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Rebecca Wishnia

Rebecca Wishnia recently earned her master’s degree in violin from UC Santa Cruz, where she studied with Roy Malan. A passionate chamber musician, she has performed in a variety of ensembles around the Bay Area, in addition to studying and teaching chamber repertoire at festivals each summer.

Articles by this Author

Musical Theater Review
February 19, 2018

Lemon Bucket Orkestra’s “Guerilla Folk Opera” isn’t a passive experience.

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Modern Classical Review
February 13, 2018

A thought-provoking concert at Mills College presents startling ways of making sounds and music.

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Recital Review
January 29, 2018

The pianist cleverly interweaves new compositions with Janáček’s On an Overgrown Path.

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Chamber Music Review
January 22, 2018

Fine performances fail to lift the music above the pleasantly familiar.

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Opera Review
November 7, 2017

Great performances mark Left Coast Chamber Ensemble’s ambitious program of two new Kurt Rhode operas.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
October 23, 2017

The S.F. Symphony gave a stellar account of a 20th-century masterwork, and Joshua Roman carried Dvorak’s Cello Concerto.

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Chamber Music Review
October 16, 2017

The cellist and performer/composer collaborate in a fresh, wide-ranging program.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
October 9, 2017

The young violinist plays a thrilling Mendelssohn concerto in perfect synch with the S.F. Symphony

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Festival Review
September 12, 2017

Aficionados celebrate an eclectic range of new (and even old) electronic music at the 18th annual festival.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
June 25, 2017

Sometimes concert extras don’t add that much.

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Modern Classical Review
June 19, 2017

George Lewis’s Afterword, an opera has an original premise, and some beautiful music, but there’s one big fly in the ointment.

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Chamber Music Review
June 13, 2017

Strong new music performed by Splinter Reeds, Kronos Quartet, and Ramon & Jessica’s sextet highlight a solid program.

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Chamber Music Review
May 28, 2017

Catherine Cook and the Music of Remembrance Ensemble deliver powerful music inspired by Holocaust horrors.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
May 19, 2017

In one of her final concerts with the ensemble, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg leads a program of NCCO-commissioned works, including a standout composition by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
May 12, 2017

It’s an unusual mix of instruments, but Ensemble Mise-En makes it work.

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Recital Review
May 4, 2017

The solo cellist presented strong works by Augusta Thomas Read, Missy Mazzoli, Anna Clyne, and Gity Razaz.

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Chamber Music Review
April 27, 2017

The long-running European ensemble is a new sensation here, and for good reason.

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Chamber Music Review
April 24, 2017

Despite four delightful, beautifully performed works, the program left the listener wanting more.

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Chamber Music Review
April 18, 2017

Arcadiana and The Four Quarters hold their own in the ultimate comparison — with Beethoven.

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Chamber Music Review
April 18, 2017

Composer Aaron Gervais pairs intriguing guitar music with expressive dancers to explore a culture steeped in pharmaceuticals.

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