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August 18, 2022 publishes weekly reviews of live violin performances to spread coverage and bring attention to volinists. 

August 15, 2022

Melissa White makes Aspen Music Festival and School debut.

August 11, 2022

Tonight: Melissa White makes AMFS debut at Aspen's Harris Concert Hall

July 5, 2022

Presented by The LA Philharmonic,
and broadcast live worldwide on CNN, Hollywood Bowl’s JUNETEENTH: "A Global Celebration of Freedom" concert on Sunday June 19th features violinist Melissa White
leading the Recollective Orchestra, the first all-black orchestra at the Bowl.

January 10, 2021

Violinist Melissa White makes her solo debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra this winter in a pair of concerts led by Music Director Louis Langrée. On a program titled “Traveling with Mozart,” she will perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216, dubbed “Strasburg” because of the theme in its opening Allegro movement. The concerts, which also include Mozart’s Symphony No. 31 (“Paris”) and Symphony No. 38 (“Prague”), will take place in Cincinnati’s Music Hall at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 13 and 2 pm on Sunday, March 14.


September 22, 2020

Violinist Melissa White has been appointed adjunct professor at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, where she joined the Music Artist Faculty on September 12. She begins her teaching duties this fall on a virtual basis pending the resumption of in-person instrumental instruction at the school. A concert soloist and founding member of Harlem Quartet, White has extensive teaching experience through her work with the quartet, which has been committed to community outreach since its inception and has held educational residencies at London’s Royal College of Music, Music Mountain in Falls Village (CT), the Mobile Symphony Orchestra, the Santa Fe Youth Symphony, and numerous other institutions. A native of Michigan, she holds performance degrees from the Curtis Institute of Music and New England Conservatory, where her teachers included Jaime Laredo, Ida Kavafian, Donald Weilerstein, and Miriam Fried.

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