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Rose Mary Harbison

Rose Mary Harbison, violin, is artistic co-director of the Token Creek Festival. She has recorded for DDG, CRI, Koch, Northeastern, and New World. Her recent releases include recordings of John Harbison's Fantasy Duo (with Robert Levin) and Concerto for Violin. Her recording of the Schoenberg Violin Concerto is due for release on Koch. Among her concert partners are Leonard Stein, Judith Gordon, Ursula Oppens, and Robert Levin. She appeared as soloist with the Oakland, Milwaukee, and Pittsburgh Symphonies, and has worked directly with many composers, including Aaron Copland and Roger Sessions. She has been guest artist with the Santa Fe, Aspen, Tanglewood, and Berlin Festivals. She performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group in Vienna's historic Secession Museum. With Rudolph Kolisch she founded the Kolisch Ensemble, and is a founding member of Emmanuel Music Boston, with whom she performed the Beethoven Violin Concerto in November 2000. Harbison has taught at Brandeis University and MIT, and was a Scholar at the Radcliffe Institute and winner of an Ingram-Merrill Award. She has taught chamber music at Tanglewood: in 1992 specializing in recent music, and as part of Emmanuel Music's Bach Institute in 2001 and 2002 In January of 2001 she performed at the 92nd Street Y, New York, on the series Ned Rorem Presents. This season, with Rhonda Rider and Robert Levin, she played Schubert's Piano Trio in Eb on the seventh year of Emmanuel Music's Schubert Series.

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