Emmanuel Vukovich

Praised in the Calgary Herald for his “attention to every detail of phrasing,” Canadian violinist Emmanuel Vukovich is a recipient of the Oxford String Quartet Scholarship and the Schulich Golden Violin Award.

Recent highlights include a debut recital performance at Carnegie's Weill Hall with pianist Andrew Armstrong, a live radio recital performance at the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts series in Chicago, a recital for CBC Radio at McGill University celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Schulich School of Music, and a performance at the legendary Conservatory Recital Hall in Zagreb, Croatia at the invitation of the Canadian Ambassador to Croatia

He recently completed his Masters of Music and graduate diploma degrees at the New England Conservatory of Music with Donald Weilerstein, Lucy Chapman, and Soovin Kim, and he is presently a Doctorate of Musical Arts candidate at Stony Brook University, working with the Emerson String Quartet and focusing his thesis on collaborative leadership in performance.

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