Violinist Harumi Rhodes is in her second year of New England Conservatory’s Master of Music program studying with Donald Weilerstein.
Ms. Rhodes has performed as a soloist with the Juilliard Symphony in Alice Tully Hall, Kenosha Symphony, Long Island Sound Symphony, Northern Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Rockland Symphony, Prometheus Chamber Orchestra, and the Broadway Bach Ensemble.
This March, Ms. Rhodes will be performing Bach’s a minor Violin Concerto in Jordan Hall. This May, she is looking forward to her second appearance with the Broadway Bach Ensemble performing Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with her father and violist, Samuel Rhodes.
As a chamber musician, Ms. Rhodes has been a participant at the Marlboro Music Festival for the past three summers and has concertized with the “Musicians from Marlboro” this past spring on a tour including New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, Washington D.C.’s Freer Gallery, Philadelphia’s Convention Center, and Boston’s Gardner Museum. Most recently, Ms. Rhodes was asked to be a member of the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society Two program giving her the great honor of working with her some of the most renowned chamber musicians of our time.
Ms. Rhodes has also performed on numerous occasions on the Bargemusic Series in Brooklyn, New York and has been a guest with the Boston Chamber Music Society, Walden Chamber Players, and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
Ms. Rhodes has performed a variety of newly composed works by many of her peers as well as many of the great established composers still living today. This past summer, the first recording of Milton Babbitt’s Sixth String Quartet was released on the Tzadik Composer Series Label with Ms. Rhodes as the first violinist.
Ms. Rhodes received her Bachelor of Music from the Juilliard School studying with Earl Carlyss and Ronald Copes and studied with Shirley Givens at Juilliard’s Pre-College Division.