Irina Muresanu, a world-class Romanian violinist will be making her way to Oswego State Wednesday Dec. 9th. Muresanu has been awarded top honors in many violin competitions and won the Pro Musicis International Award and the Arthur Foote Award from the Harvard Musical Association. Her achievements don’t stop there; she has also been a soloist in concerts for the Boston Pops, the Syracuse Symphony, the Metropolitan Orchestra in Montreal, Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra and many others.
The Boston Globe has cited her performances as among the best of classical music, and when she performed in the Emerging Artist BankBoston Celebrity Series, it was named one of the Top 10 musical events by TAB Magazine. When she is not performing at various events and festivals, she is busy recording and releasing new music. Muresanu recently released "Guillaime Leku" and piano sonatas with pianist Dana Ciocarlie for the AR RE-SE French label.
Muresanu also serves on the faculty of the Boston Conservatory and the Music Department of MIT. While working at the Boston Conservatory she was appointed as the Artist-In-Residence as a member of the Lewin-Muresanu Duo.
This event will be in the Sheldon Ballroom at 7:30 p.m., and the pre-concert talk begins at 7 p.m. It is hosted by Robert Auler and is presented by ARTSwego and the Music Department. Tickets may be purchased at the Tyler Box Office or online at: https://tickets.oswego.edu .