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Michelle Stern

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Michelle Stern, a 17-year-old “violinist on the rise to stardom” (QNS), is critically acclaimed and internationally recognized for her one-of-a-kind, exuberant artistry and masterful technique. She was recently featured on NPR’s From the Top Episode 389, where she performed solo and as a chamber musician alongside distinguished pianist and show-host Orli Shaham. She is currently a graduating senior amidst her seventh year at Juilliard Pre-College under Professor Ann Setzer’s instruction. An active performer, Michelle gives frequent recitals both as a soloist and chamber musician, and has held a concertmaster position in all three of the Juilliard Pre-College orchestras, where she worked with conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Sir Simon Rattle, David Robertson, and Adam Glaser. She was featured in masterclasses with Anne Akiko Meyers, Josef Špaček, Francesca dePasquale, and Robert Canetti. She earned first prizes in the Camerata Artists International Competition 2021, the Rudolf Barshai International Competition 2021, the Gershwin International Music Competition 2017, Namei International Music Competition, Concert Festival International Competition, New York Music Competition, Jewish Kids Got Talent, American Protégé International Competition, Chamber Music Society’s Young Musicians Program, etc., and has soloed with orchestras nationwide. As the special prize winner of the Rudolf Barshai International Competition, Michelle will make her international debut as a featured soloist with the renowned Israel Chamber Orchestra this fall. Michelle attended and performed at the Meadowmount School of Music, the Oyster Bay Music Festival, and Barge Music’s Here and Now Series, and participated in the Starling Delay Symposium, NPR’s From the Top Arts Leadership with Bravo Waukegan, American Protégé’s Gala at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium, the Little Orchestra Society, Mostly Mozart 2020, and the Connectd Project. She was featured on PBS’s Artscene and NPR’s “Seldom Said,” and has received several City Council Citations for her community service, academic achievements, and musical recognition.

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