Michelle Ross, violinist and composer

Trained as a violinist with Itzhak Perlman since the age of twelve, Michelle also holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. She received a Master’s of Music degree from The Juilliard School in May 2012. With her Leonore Annenberg Fellowship, she studied and perfected two monumental works — all six Unaccompanied Partitas and Sonatas of J. S. Bach, and Bela Bartok’s Solo Sonata.  Her debut CD of the complete Sonatas and Partitas of J.S. Bach was released by Albany Records. She expects to complete recordings of her own compositions.  She will follow the two releases with “Discover Bach” concerts in New York and other cities.  She also plans to launch a new chamber music series in New York in collaboration with Grand Central Atelier art school in Long Island City.  She is a founder of the Music in the Mountains festival in Utah.  Click here for more information on Michelle Ross.

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Violinist Michelle Ross is on a 33 day performance project throughout the five boroughs of NYC. She is performing J. S. Bach Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin, every day in a different location, in free pop up concerts. Follow her journey, blog, and find pop up schedule here. [audio m4a="http://www.leonoreannenbergscholarships.org/wp-content/uploads/01-Preludio-12_8.m4a"][/audio]

Violinist Michelle Ross on October 8, 2015