Few instruments are as captivating as the sound of a live violin, and Karen Gomyo plays hers Stradivarius violin to perfection.
Come catch this talented violinist, who the Chicago Tribute declares is "a first-rate artists of real musical command, vitality,
brilliance and intensity." Karen will be performing next in Washington D.C. along with pianist Dina Vainshtein, and the two
will appear again at the Bethel Arts Center in Bethel, NY. This is your chance to hear her live renditions of musical masterpieces
by Bach, Debussy, Gubaidulina, Saint-Saens, and Sarasate. Secure your concert
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Born in Tokyo, violinist Karen Gomyo grew up in Montreal and New York. Gomyo's engagements as soloist have included those
with the Cleveland Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra,
San Francisco, Saint Louis, Cincinnati, Dallas, Houston, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Tokyo Symphonies, Hong Kong Philharmonic,
the National Symphony of Washington D.C., the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra,
Orchestre National de Lille, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Bergen Philharmonic, Norwegian
Opera Orchestra, Norköpping Symphony, and Den Haag Residentie Orkest, among others. She has worked with such conductors as
Leonard Slatkin, Neeme Järvi, Andrew Litton, David Robertson, David Zinman, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Andrey Boreyko, Hans Graf,
Louis Langrée, James Gaffigan, Pinchas Zukerman, Vasily Petrenko, Kirill Karabits, Robin Ticciati, Pietari Inkinen, and Jakub
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Karen Gomyo's masterful command of the violin has taken her all across the world. She has performed recital and chamber
music in festivals in the US (Aspen, Ravinia, Caramoor, Mostly Mozart), Austria, Germany, France, Norway, Ukraine, Holland,
Spain, Italy, Japan, and Canada, collaborating with such artists as Heinrich Schiff, Lynn Harrell, Alisa Weilerstein, Christian
Poltéra, Donald Weilerstein, Isabelle van Keulen, Antoine Tamestit, Kathryn Stott, and Anton Kuerti. In 2008 Gomyo performed
at the First Symposium for the Victims of Terrorism held at the headquarters of United Nations in New York, and in 2009 was
the guest soloist for the New York Philharmonic's Memorial Day concert at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. In 2012, she
toured a unique program featuring the Nuevo Tange music of Astor Piazzolla and the classical composers who influenced him.
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In the past year, Karen has performed with the Sydney Symphony, Danish National Symphony, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Mozarteum
Orchester Salzburg, Munich Bach Collegium, Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine, Malmö Symphony and the Väterås Sinfonietta
in Sweden, the Norwegian Opera Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic, Oregon Symphony, Edmonton
Symphony, Quebec Symphony, and the Colorado and Chautauqua Music Festivals. Visit StubHub today for a current list of Karen Gomyo tour dates to see her live!
In 2008, Gomyo was the proud recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant. Now you can catch this brilliant musician
when she lights up the stage at a venue near you! Visit StubHub today to secure your seats in advance!