Elly Suh – Classical Violinist: Born in Seoul, South Korea, Elly began violin lessons at age five and entered the Juilliard Pre-College Division at the age of ten. She completed her Bachelor and Master of Music studies at The Juilliard School and Postgraduate studies at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg and Manhattan School of Music, where her teachers were Pierre Amoyal, Robert Mann, Joel Smirnoff, and Sally Thomas. Elly has won numerous international competitions, including the Oleh Krysa International Violin Competition (Ukraine), the Paganini International Violin Competition (italy) and the Leipzig Internationsl Bach Competition (Germany). Praised as “a sensitive and absorbing interpreter” (Musical America), Elly has performed at the Salzburg Festival, Lincoln Center’s “Focus Festival,” and Pro Arte Musical “Young Virtuosos Series,” and has appeared on PBS’s Live from Lincoln Center and NPR’s From the Top. Most recently she performed in Carnegie Hall in the “Paganini Honors Paganini” tribute concert. She has also performed as guest concertmaster with the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra in New York City.
Laura Serra – Classical Pianist: Spanish pianist Laura Serra is a solo and collaborative pianist. She is currently studying at the Royal College of Music, London, for a Master of Performance and has won prizes at national and international competitions. Amongst other collaborative works, she plays duos with violin and clarinet players. Laura was awarded with a distinction for her research project on the impact of sleep on music students’ wellbeing in her Master’s Degree at RCM. She is currently studying a Psychology Degree at the National University of Distance
Education in Madrid, Spain.
Elly and Laura are Mousikos artitst that have started working together to perform regularly for Mousikos x Sofar Sounds, an initiative that brings classical music to new venues and reaches new audiences.
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