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About Aubree

Praised for her evocative lyricism and joyful, genuine approach, young American violinist Aubree Oliverson is proving to be one of the most compelling artists of her generation, distinguishing herself with clear, honest, and colourful performances, which have been described as “powerful… brimming with confidence and joy” by the Miami New Times.

Acclaimed as a “masterful” soloist (San Diego Story), Aubree’s most recent solo appearances in 2023 include season openings of the Chamber Orchestra of New York at Carnegie Hall (di Vittorio), Utah Symphony at Abravanel Hall (Morlot), Peace Orchestra Project (Mengoli), and Ridgefield Symphony with a pairing of the Barber and Esmail violin concertos. Other season highlights include performances with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (Teychenné), Columbus Symphony (Miller), Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra (Hoving), North Carolina Symphony (Prieto), Pacific Symphony (St. Clair), Des Moines Symphony (St. Clair), Amarillo Symphony (Jackson), Moldavian Philharmonic (Macek), Excelentia Madrid (Braunstein), Slovak Sinfonietta (Foron), Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra (Sachedina), New Haven Symphony (So), Puerto Rico Symphony (Valdés), and the Kontrapunktus Baroque Ensemble; in works by Brahms, Dvorak, Barber, Bruch, Korngold, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Weinberg, Haydn, Saint-Saens, Esmail, and Bach.

A dynamic recitalist and sensitive chamber musician, Aubree recently toured Europe with Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Clive Greensmith, and Tatjana Masurenko and collaborates this season with Anne Akiko Meyers and the Philharmonic Society of Orange County in duo works of Bach, Philip Glass, and Handel-Halvorsen. Other engagements include festivals such as the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival with Gil Shaham, the Rome Chamber Music Festival, Oropa Music Festival, Moab Music Festival, ChamberFest West, and recitals at the Grand Teton Music Festival and SOKA Performing Arts Center, among many others. Ms. Oliverson has collaborated with world-renowned artists such as Robert McDuffie in Harris Hall at the Aspen Music Festival, Gil Shaham on tour in Mexico, Renaud Capuçon in France, Joseph Silverstein in Salt Lake City, and Lynn Harrell, Orli Shaham, Robert Chen, and Andrew Marriner in Los Angeles.

Aubree is based in Utah and Berlin

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Season Highlights

Sep 2023
Abravanel Hall, Utah
Barber Violin Concerto Op. 14 Utah Symphony Orchestra Ludovic Morlot (conductor)
Oct 2023
King George's Hall, Blackburn
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Op. 64 Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Gabriella Teychenne (conductor)
Oct 2023
Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall), New York
Haydn Violin Concerto No. 1 Chamber Orchestra of New York Salvatore Di Vittorio (conductor)

Selected Repertoire

BachConcerto in E major   •   Concerto in A minor
Bach, CPEFlute Concerto in D minor (trans. for violin by Aubree Oliverson)
BarberViolin Concerto, Op.14
BeethovenConcerto in D major   •   Romance in G major   •   Romance in F major
BrahmsConcerto in D major, Op. 77
BruchConcerto No.1 in G minor, Op.26
ChaussonPoème for Violin and Orchestra, Op.25
ConusViolin Concerto
DvorakViolin Concerto, Op.53
EsmailBlue Room Violin Concerto
HaydnConcerto in C major, Hob. VIIa:1
KabalevskyConcerto in C Major, Op. 48
KorngoldConcerto in D Major, Op. 35
MendelssohnConcerto in E minor, Op. 64
MozartConcerto No.5 in A major
Pergolesi Concerto in B-flat Major
ProkofievConcerto No.2, Op.63
SibeliusViolin Concerto, Op.47
TchaikovskyViolin Concerto, Op.35   •   Souvenir d'un Lieu Cher, Op.42
VivaldiFour Seasons
WeinbergConcertino for Violin and String Orchestra



  • Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto

    Orquesta Sinfonica de Navarra
    Oct 2023
    • Violinist Aubree Oliverson not only exhibited the supreme technique necessary for Tachikovsky's devilish concerto, but had moments of sensitivity and preciousness in the calm intervals of the stress of virtuosity that predominates. Soon the triple strings, extreme intervals, dotted rhythms, arpeggios, trills emerge... And the American soloist shows excellent tuning and that peace of mind for the audience that something that is known to be so difficult, turns out to be easy.