Henry Love '18, violin

Advanced Music Performance Student Recital

April 21, 2017 - 5:00pm

Accompanied by Eileen Huang, Emerson Fellow Henry Love will perform a violin recital featuring Beethoven, Sonata in F major, Op. 24 Spring; Brahms, Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op.100; Wieniawski, Polonaise de concert No. 1 in D major.  Henry is a student of Sarita Uranovsky.

About Henry Love
Henry Love began study of the violin at age 4, learning Suzuki repertoire.  At age 8, he was granted early admission to the Arlington County Honors Orchestra as Co-Concertmaster, and by age 10, he had auditioned into the American Youth Philharmonic Orchestras, recognized as one of the leading orchestral training programs in the nation. During the 2013 - 2014 season, Henry served as Co-Concertmaster of the American Youth Philharmonic.  From age 9 to 14, Henry studied with Ms. Lisa Cridge, whom he considers his most formative teacher.  From 2011 - 2015, he studied with Mr. Joseph Scheer, of the Boston Esplanade Orchestra, under whose guidance his style and repertoire matured. In 2014, he had a series of lessons with Mr. Malcolm Lowe, Concertmaster of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  Currently, Henry studies under the direction of Sarita Uranovsky as the recipient of an Emerson Fellowship, and is an MIT Arts Scholar. Henry has also been very active in chamber music.  During high school he was a member of the Chamber Music Program offered by AYPO, and currently performs in a piano trio in the MIT Chamber Music Society.


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