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  • Children & Youth
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309 W 99th StreetNEW YORK, NY 10025 United States

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Mission Statement

1. To connect with audiences around the United States and enrich their lives through chamber music performances of the highest caliber. 2. To support classical musicians by creating new performance opportunities and commissioning new chamber music works. 3. To nurture and educate the next generation of musicians and audiences to continue the rich tradition of chamber music. 4. To cultivate new ways to connect with audiences by presenting dynamic, experimental, and innovative concert productions through multidisciplinary collaborations.


Their performance praised as "musicality of a high order " and "exquisite sensitivity" by New York Concert Review, Noree Chamber Soloists is a NY-based chamber music ensemble that shares a unique chamber music program of virtuoso concerto and chamber music: a miniature symphony concert experience in an intimate chamber music setting. The roster artists have appeared on the world’s most prestigious stages and winner of top international competition, including the Queen Elisabeth Competition, Klein Competition, Benedetto Mazzacurati International Cello Competition, Anton Rubinstein International Piano Competition, and have participated in many prestigious festivals including Marlboro, Music@Menlo, Verbier, Kneisel Hall, and the Perlman Music Program. As a young ensemble, Noree Chamber Soloists is committed to developing the next generation of audiences through compelling programming and supporting classical musicians by creating new and exciting performance opportunities.


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