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Andrew Gonzalez

Viola

Hailed by the Strad Magazine for his "mellow tone and jovial playing", Andrew Gonzalez is a soloist and chamber musician based in New York. He has collaborated with world class artists such as Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham, Schmuel Ashkenasi, Nobuko Imai, Natalie Dessay, among others. Andrew is currently a member of Carnegie Hall's "Ensemble Connect (formerly known as Ensemble ACJW). He performs frequently at Barge music, most recently a solo recital. Andrew performs regularly with Sejong Soloists, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic. He recently performed the Brahms songs for Mezzo, Viola and Piano at the Morgan Library recital series with James Levine's assistant Ken Noda and Sarah Mesko, a frequent singer at the Metropolitan opera.Andrew frequently appears at the Heifetz institute as an artist in residence and looks forward to being there this summer. 

 

Andrew received his undergrad and masters degree at the Juilliard School under the direction of Heidi Castleman, Hsin-Yun Huang, Steve Tenenbom, and Michael Tree.  Andrew looks forward to playing Walton Concerto with the Virginia Symphony next season.