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Benjamin Beilman is a young violinist who is gaining immense popularity for his flair, eloquence and impeccable playing ability. A recent graduate from the Curtis Institute of Music, Beilman has performed all over the world, including numerous shows in Europe and North America. In his upcoming itinerary, the talented young artist would be performing at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York with a recital that would feature the world premiere of the latest works by legendary composer, David Ludwig. This show therefore makes for an irresistible combo for all the classical music fans. If you want to attend this exciting concert then get your Benjamin Beilman tickets without any further delay.
Born in 1989, Beilman first started playing in Houston at the age of five. He was determined from the very beginning and had a family which supported him in his every endeavor, especially music. When Benjamin moved to Michigan where he attended high school, his father would drive four hours to Chicago every weekend where the Beilman attended performance classes in a little string orchestra assembled by Roland and Almita Vamos at their Music Institute of Chicago. There, Ben would start rehearsing in the evening and continue for as long as 2 or 3 in the morning. Subsequently, for further studies as a violinist he moved to Philadelphia where Beilman enrolled in the Curtis Institute of Music and was under the tutelage of Pamela Frank and Ida Kavafian.
When Benjamin turned professional he started off small by taking part in some local and National competitions and gradually made his way to highly esteemed International Competitions. Fresh from a first prize win at the Montreal International Music Competition in 2010, Ben collaborated with the extremely talented young pianist, Yekwon Sunwoo and released his first CD while still a student. The album "Prokofiev: Complete Violin Sonatas" was released on the Analekta label and was packed with clean and crisp sound.
Benjamin made his major orchestra debut in 2009, when he played for the Philadelphia Orchestra with the famous conductor, Rossen Milanov. He was duly acknowledged for his outstanding performance when the Philadelphia Inquirer praised Ben for his "full-bodied sound" and "emotional weight". Prior to this achievement he was a Presidential Scholar in Arts in 2007 and had received the Gold Award in music. Beilman is also the recipient of Astral/Milka Violin Award and won several accolades at various competitions including the 2009 Astral Artist's Auditions, International Young Artist Competition, Stulberg's International String Competition and many others.
The star violinist has appeared as a soloist with Malaysian Philharmonic, L'Orchestre Symphonique de Québec and Glen Falls Symphonies among various other orchestras. He managed to win the first position at the Young Concert Artists Competition in 2010 and his debut recitals which played in New York at the Young Concert Artist Series, received tons of positive reviews. His compelling debut performance at the Kimmel Center in which he executed the Bruch Concerto was full of confidence.
As an enthusiastic chamber musician, Ben has numerous performances with the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society. Apart from this his other chamber credits, he performs at the Kronberg Academy of Germany, Caramoor, Bridgehampton and Seattle Chamber Music Festivals. He has appeared on Rising Star series, the Verbier festival of Switzerland and also on Music from Angel Fire.
Beilman has also remained a featured artist at the Marlboro Music Festival since 2006 and in 2011, toured extensively with the "Musicians from Marlboro". Most recently in 2012, Benjamin won the prestigious London Music Masters Award and was also honored with the Avery Fisher Career Grant.
Benjamin Beilman has been a revelation to the world of music. He has worked with some of the world's best conductors and performed at prestigious venues. Book your Benjamin Beilman tickets and witness this talented musician in a live performance.