Described as “a consummate artist performing with convincing vigor and passion,” violinist Sarah Geller has performed to critical acclaim in many prestigious venues as soloist and collaborative artist. Beloved by listeners from coast to coast, she continually draws capacity audiences with her rich sound and palette of tone colors and her innate ability to communicate musically with a compelling yet gentle touch.
A Farmington native, she performs extensively in her hometown of New York City and beyond.
Sarah received the Helen Airoff Dowling Award for “outstanding undergraduate violinist” upon graduation from the Manhattan School of Music and made her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut as a winner of the Artists’ International Special Presentation Award. Dedicated to educating the next generation, Sarah first became known in her native Maine for her exceptional ability to inspire and nurture children. She now brings that ability to her Suzuki studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and to her students at The School for Strings. www.sarahegeller.com
A native of Taiwan, pianist Wenhan Anderson is an active collaborative artist. She has performed with numerous chamber ensembles in many notable venues. Wenhan has appeared with violinist Sarah E Geller as an established duo on the concert series of New York Performing Arts Library, Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum of Art, and Washington D.C. Library. She worked as a collaborative pianist at the Casalmaggiore International Music Festival in Italy and International Flute Institute at NYSMF in Oneona, NY.
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