Aubree shines at Zipper!

Aubree shines at Zipper!

Aubree Oliverson performed the difficult and mesmerizing  “Orphic Moment’, which was written and conducted by the LA Opera’s Matthew Aucoin.  Aubree’s rendition of this ultra modern piece of music in Zipper Hall, at the Colburn School, was “defining, beautiful, and impeccable.”

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Highly Acclaimed Performance in Pasadena

Highly Acclaimed Performance in Pasadena

Aubree Oliverson performed in November–the Wieniawski Violin Concerto No. 2 with the Pasadena Orchestra to rave reviews and standing ovation.  We hope to post some video of this performance on the Moonlightperformers YouTube Channel!

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New Moon Light Video!

New Moon Light Video!

Aubree and Stephen’s epic piece “East Doors Open” is set to a touching video from the biblical story of the Prodigal Son.  This piece has significant meaning for Stephen as he began composing this piece in a Minnesota Hotel as Aubree was attending her first Suzuki Orchestra of the America’s.  Aubree was just nine years […]

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Stephen and Aubree Oliverson to Speak and Perform at National Convention

Stephen and Aubree Oliverson to Speak and Perform at National Convention

Aubree and Stephen have been invited to be featured speakers at the National Title I Education Convention in Long Beach in 2017.  Stephen, besides being an award-winning composer and performer, is also a National Distinguished Principal.  The attendees in the Ballroom will not not only hear motivational thought and insight for educators on all levels, […]

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Aubree Oliverson Wins 2016 Hennings-Fischer Young Artist Competition!

Aubree Oliverson Wins 2016 Hennings-Fischer Young Artist Competition!

2016 Hennings-Fischer Young Artist Competition winners announced! First place winner Aubree Oliverson, Violin.  The competition was judged by Barry Brisk Fung Ho, Mark Artusio, Larry Lippold and Mike Stanley.  Aubree will perform with the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra–date TBA.

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A New Moon Light Video!

A New Moon Light Video!

Visit the moonlightperformers YouTube channel and see the latest video release!  Here is your teaser: Last Updated Sep 21, 2016 01:01PM A young, talented musician drowned in an tragic accident in Tango Lake. Inexplicably her body was never recovered, but some say she lingers still. Several accounts of supernatural activity at the lake have been […]

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Fox 13 News Brings Inter-Mountain States Audience Up-To-Date on Aubree

Fox 13 News Brings Inter-Mountain States Audience Up-To-Date on Aubree

Fox news is doing a story on Aubree Oliverson this evening–airing sometime between the 9:00-10:00 hour.  Tune in and catch up on the latest news and Aubree sightings!  Aubree just returned from an incredible summer in Aspen, which followed her performances in Missouri and at the Kennedy Center, and she gets to be home for […]

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Incredible Summer at Aspen

Incredible Summer at Aspen

Aubree Oliverson had the opportunity to perform with some of classical music’s biggest stars this summer at the Aspen Music Festival.  From String Showcase, Friday evenings with Aspen Chamber Symphony, house concerts and chamber festival.  Some clips are posted on the moonlightperformers YouTube channel–tune in for a wonderful treat!

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Aubree Oliverson Astounds the Audience at the Kennedy Center

Aubree Oliverson Astounds the Audience at the Kennedy Center

Aubree gave two beautiful performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.  Highlighting the 2016 Presidential Scholars in the Arts, grammy award winner Debbie Allen put together an amazing show with unbelievable talent!  A packed house and rave reviews following the show.  One concert goer who saw Aubree play for the first time remarked “I […]

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Aubree Oliverson Performs at Innsbrook

Aubree Oliverson Performs at Innsbrook

Aubree performed three nights at the Innsbrook Music Festival in Missouri recently.  Standing ovations for each performance! There are some other great artists at Innsbrook as well–make your Summer plans to attend each June!

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