To afford leading pre-conservatory and conservatory students the opportunity to perform classical repertoire in a supportive environment. To provide our audiences with high quality concert experiences in an intimate setting. Net proceeds from each performance are used to provide grants to emerging young artists. . Young musicians accepted into the program travel to Hilton Head Island and perform at several venues, including a private home. They are provided with meals, housing, local transportation and an honorarium. A young artists might use this opportunity to gain professional performance experience, collaborate with other young artists, or perfect repertoire required in an upcoming audition, competition or jury.
Violinist Elizabeth Wong performs a classical music concert
Eliza Wong, a junior violin performance major at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music, currently studies with Dr. Carolyn Huebl as a Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar. She has collaborated with cellist Andrès Diaz and members of the Blair faculty. Eliza has been featured on Nashville Public Radio's Live in Studio C and is a frequent substitute violinist with the Nashville Opera, the Nashville Symphony, and the New World Symphony. She has spent her summers at festivals such as Music@Menlo and the Madeline Island Fellowship Program, The past two summers Eliza was selected as a violin fellow at Tanglewood Music Center.Mairead will be accompanied by pianist Chee-Hang See. To purchase seats for this performance at a private home in Hilton Head Plantation, click here or contact us at YoungArtistPer@gmail.com