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Eva Aronian

Violin

Born in 1995 in Montreal, Canada, violinist Eva Aronian has most recently been awarded 2nd prize and Aspen Prize at the 2016 OSM (Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal) Manulife Competition; other awards include 1st prize in the Canadian Music Competition, 1st prize in the 2015 "Città di Barlassina" Soloists and Orchestra Competition, and the Borromeo String Quartet’s Guest Artist Award.

She has performed extensively across Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Germany, and Norway. An avid chamber musician, she has collaborated with Kim Kashkashian, Roger Tapping, Laurence Lesser, Robert McDonald, Anthony Marwood, Lucy Chapman, Hsin-Yun Huang, and the Borromeo String Quartet among others, as well as being invited to perform at the Ottawa Chamber Fest, ChamberFest Cleveland, and Yellow Barn. Other festivals attended include IMS Prussia Cove, Four Seasons Chamber Music, Pablo Casals Festival, the Kronberg Academy, and the Perlman Music Program, among others.

She has performed numerous premieres including the North American premiere of German composer Jörg Widmann’s Oktett. Eva earned her undergraduate degree from the New England Conservatory studying with Donald Weilerstein. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at NEC as Prof. Weilerstein’s teaching assistant.