Elicia Silverstein :: violin/viola/viola d'amore (Italy)

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Elicia Silverstein :: violin/viola/viola d'amore (Italy)

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About Elicia


Accademia Bizantina, Silverstein-Valli Duo, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment


Brisighella, Italy

Other Interests:

Cooking, yoga, languages, hiking, farming!




Violinist Elicia Silverstein is rapidly garnering praise for her nuanced, bold and insightful performances of repertoire ranging from the 17th to the 21st century. A performer on both historical and modern instruments, Silverstein is equally at home as a soloist with orchestra, giving recitals and playing chamber music. Her inventive and thoughtful approach to concert programming, as well as the sincerity and exuberance she brings to musical communication, distinguishes Silverstein as one of the most important voices of her generation. Over the past several years, Silverstein has appeared regularly as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe and the United States. Silverstein plays on a Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume violin crafted in Paris in 1856, copy of a Guarnerius del Gesu, and on bows made by René-William Groppe, Ralph Ashmead, and Gerhard Landwehr. In addition to various projects with the Accademia Bizantina, the OAE and Les Inventions, Silverstein’s 2016-17 concert season includes recitals in the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, and the US, both as a soloist and in duo with the cellist Mauro Valli.