Moon Light is the Oliverson family, called “The most talented and entertaining family since the Osmonds” by L.A. Talk Radio. Hailed as a “Modern Mozart” Moon Light features nineteen-year-old Aubree Oliverson—a state, national, and international violin competition winner, who has performed in Japan, England, China, Italy, and locations across America from Seattle to the Florida Keys, and from Los Angeles to Boston. A native of Utah, at age twelve Aubree received a Best-of-State award as the state’s top entertainer, and also won state and national awards for music composition. Aubree first soloed with the Utah Symphony at age eleven, Carnegie Hall at age twelve, and during the past eight years has been featured with a wide variety of orchestras and musical groups. Aubree is a national YoungArts winner for Violin, 2016 Presidential Scholar in the Arts, MTNA and Strulberg International Strings competition national finalist, Salute-to-Youth All-Star and Strativarious Competition winner, and most recently the Dorothy DeLay Competition prize winner at the Aspen Music Festival. She has been featured on National Public Radios’s popular classical program From The Top several times, and was a featured artist at their year-end gala in Boston. Aubree was concertmaster with the Gifted Music School at age fourteen, and began attending the Colburn Academy of Music in Los Angeles at age 15, where through competitive audition she also served as concertmaster for the Colburn Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra. She has won a host of concerto competitions and has soloed at venues such as the Kennedy Center, New World Center, Royce Hall, Delta Center, Salt Palace, Musco Center, Kentucky Center, Ambassador Auditorium, and Benedict Tent. For Moon Light concerts, Aubree is joined by her father Dr. Stephen Oliverson—talented pianist, composer, and distinguished educator. Stephen and Aubree have co-composed, recorded, and produced four acclaimed and beautiful original CD albums, and their music has been featured on radio and stage. Their live performances are a combination of sheer virtuosity, originality, and creativity that leave audiences deeply touched and on a musical high. They have won gold awards for several songs and videos, spoken and performed at national conventions, and have many popular titles on YouTube and Pandora. Stephen’s two youngest children, Andrew (17), and Lily (14), are also excellent musicians and composers, both winning superior awards for performance, and both selected as members of the Suzuki Youth Orchestra of the Americas, and Andrew for the High School Carnegie Hall Honors Performance series. They join Aubree and Stephen in many Moon Light
productions, and as a family have performed for appreciative audiences from Seattle to Washington D.C., and locally in venues such as Abravanel Hall, Salt Palace, Gallivan Center, BYU Education Week, Temple Square, Sundance Film Festival, Gardner Hall. The Oliverson family has performed in over 100 schools throughout the inter-mountain West, motivating and inspiring children to work hard and participate in music.
“An exceptional musical team!” (Ed Reichel, Reichel Recommends).