Oliver Neubauer, violin
Violinist Oliver Neubauer is a senior at The Dalton School, a student of Li Lin at The Juilliard Pre-College, and a student of Itzhak Perlman, Catherine Cho, and Sean Lee at the Perlman Music Program. In September, 2018, Oliver will attend the Juilliard School as a proud recipient of the Kovner Fellowship in the studios of Itzhak Perlman and Li Lin. Concerts this season include performances with the Symphony of Westchester (as a winner of their 2017 Young Artist Competition), YoungArts Week 2018 (as a winner of the 2018 YoungArts Competition), Neue Galerie (NYC), American Museum of Natural History, Great Performers Series (Palm Beach), Weill Recital Hall, Paul Hall, and the Asian Cultural Center. Oliver was a winner of the 2017 Young Musicians Competition at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, a Young Performer at the Music@Menlo Chamber Music Institute, and a member of the New York Youth Symphony Chamber Music Program. In May, 2013 Oliver made his Lincoln Center debut at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Young Ensembles Concert. In addition, Oliver has performed at Summerfest La Jolla, Music@Menlo, Mostly Music Series, NJ, Lake Champlain Music Festival, Chamber Music Northwest, Brooklyn Chamber Music Society, Music from Angel Fire, and Art in Avila in Curaçao.
In 2013, Oliver made his debut with the New York Philharmonic as the narrator for Britten’s Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra. Oliver is also a competitive chess player, participating in dozens of national tournaments. Oliver was the recipient of a Scholastic Art & Writing Silver Key Award and was a National Merit Scholarship Program Semi-Finalist. As the recipient of a Gold Award from YoungArts, Oliver is currently a Semi-Finalist candidate for a 2018 Presidential Scholar in the Arts Award.