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Julian Rhee, Violin

Praised for his “sophisticated, assured tone, superb intonation, and the kind of poise and showmanship that thrills audiences.” – The Strad

Julian Rhee is quickly gaining recognition as an emerging artist and performer. An avid soloist, Julian made his Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra debut at age 8, and has gone on to perform with orchestras including the Aspen Philharmonic, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Eugene, and Madison Symphony Orchestras.

In January of 2020, Julian was named the first prize winner of the Elmar Oliveira International Competition. He has also performed at the John F. Kennedy Center as a Presidential Scholar and received his medal at the White House. A first prize winner of the Johansen International Competition and top prize winner of the Klein International Competition, Julian has appeared alongside Time for Three on NPR’s From The Top, Jupiter Chamber Players, 98.7 WFMT’s Introductions, and Wisconsin Public Radio and Television. Julian studied with Almita and Roland Vamos at the Music Institute of Chicago Academy. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree with Miriam Fried at the New England Conservatory.