Ukrainian-American violinist Myroslava Khomik brings her music making not only to the most prestigious concert halls and festivals around the world, but loves collaborating in film and tv projects. She enjoys working with contemporary composers and innovative programming, often mixing different art forms. Currently based in Los Angeles, Myroslava has won several prizes in international competitions as a soloist and a chamber musician. Most recently, she was awarded the New Artist of the Year Award in Argentina. Myroslava is driven by the belief in the importance of music in our society and its perpetuating role of bringing depth in education of young generations. After her Doctorate in Musical Arts degree, she has taught at several universities, given master classes, and lectures throughout the US, Mexico, and in Malaysia.
Concert premiere: Sunday 18th April
Every musical story is a fleeting moment in time, yet with a significant power to carve out a place in our hearts and minds, and reveal itself as that indescribable, intangible treasure – a memento to carry within you.
The program highlights two newly written works by Ukrainian composer Zoltan Almashi and Los Angeles based composer Julia Adolphe, and also features one of the most celebrated modern American composers John Corigliano.
As part of the festival’s Green Mission, Myroslava has chosen to complete the following task provided by Harmonic Progression: to reach out to a colleague in need.