Violinist Aubree Oliverson signs with Askonas Holt Management
Aubree Oliverson joined Askonas Holt general management following the Colburn Artists program in Los Angeles, which is Colburn Conservatory of Musicmanagement program for students pursuing professional music careers.
Oliverson made him Carnegie Hall He made his recital debut at age 12 and performed to sold-out audiences at the Grand Teton Music Festival, SOKA and the SCERA Center for Performing Arts.
His accolades include the “Special Prize of Merit 2021” for the violin at the Swiss Competition Verbier Festival Academy and an award from the National YoungArts Foundation – in addition to being honored as a U.S. Presidential Fellow in the Arts and shortlisted for the Dorothy DeLay Fellowship and concerto performance at the Aspen Music Festival.
His next recitals will take place in Rome, LA, and Ridgecrest, California as part of the violinist Midori Gotō“Partners in Performance” recital series from.
A former student of Debbie Moench, Eugene Watanabeand Danielle BelenOliverson currently attends Colburn School and studies with the conservatory’s Jascha Heifetz Distinguished Violin Chair, Robert Lipset.
She plays on a 1743 Sanctus Seraphin violin, generously loaned by Dr. James Stewart.
“I think it’s a great privilege to be able to share music with people, and I’m excited to be working with the management team at Askonas Holt to seek out opportunities to perform for new audiences,” said Aubree told The Violin Channel. “It’s an honor to join a roster that contains artists I’ve admired for so long, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”