Aug-4-2015 •

Violinist Nikki Chooi will join the trio Time for Three. He is a long-time friend of the ensemble.

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Apr-8-2015 •

The Violin Channel recently caught up with Nikki Chooi - as he was busily preparing for upcoming debut performances at the Harris Theatre in Chicago, Carnegie Hall in New York and the Andre-Mathieu Hall in Quebec.

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Mar-8-2015 •

In November 2014, violinist Elina Vähälä made her Detroit debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, performing John Corigliano’s cinematic 'Red Violin' concerto.

PBS features the performance on its 'Detroit Arts' program, which can be viewed at the related link.


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Gregory Vajda
Hailed as a “young titan” by the Montreal Gazette after conducting the Montreal Symphony in Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle and Schoenberg’s Erwartung, Gregory Vajda has become one of the most sought-after conductors on the international scene. In 2011 he became the sixth music director of the Huntsville (AL) Symphony, and following year he was also named principal conductor of the Hungarian Radio Symphony (MR Symphony Orchestra) after concluding his seventh season as resident conductor of the Oregon Symphony. He also served as artistic director and conductor of the Music in the Mountains (CA), from 2009-2013.