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Aria Cheregosha


Violist and North Carolina native, Aria began her musical studies at the age of 7, and performed in both Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center by the age of 13. Aria holds a bachelor's degree from the New England Conservatory of Music, where she studied under Kim Kashkashian, and a masters degree from Juilliard, studying under Roger Tapping. Aria has secured top prizes in esteemed competitions such as the Fischoff and Plowman Chamber Music Competitions and has worked with acclaimed artists such as Michael Tree, Paul Katz, and Donald Weilerstein, as well as members of The Brentano, Juilliard, Cleveland, Borromeo, and Jupiter Quartets. Aria is currently the Artist in Residence at Dumbarton Oaks, with her viola duo, Tallā Rouge, of which she is a member and co-founder. Aria has performed with various orchestras and chamber ensembles including A Far Cry, Frisson Ensemble, Aizuri Quartet, Apollo Chamber Players, the Annapolis Symphony, and The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Serenades at Noon, The Breathing of the World, The Great Elopement, Fin de Siècle, España

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