Our congratulations to Stan’s student Julie Jung, a rising 8th grader from Lincoln MA, who was just accepted into NEC’s Junior Repertory Orchestra! At our upcoming Spring Recital this Saturday, Julie will be playing the 2nd movement (Largo Ma Non Tanto) of Bach’s Double Violin Concerto in D-minor, together with our instructor Stan Antonevich. GOOD LUCK TO YOU!
We would like to congratulate our student MABEL HO, a high school junior from Melrose, for successfully passing her audition to Tufts Youth Philharmonic, a Boston area orchestra for advanced music students. Yesterday, Mabel received confirmation that she has been accepted to the orchestra for the 2023-2024 season. And here is her photo, as a young beginner. CONGRATULATIONS Mabel, you have come a long way!
Our Founder and Director Stan Antonevich performing two Bach pieces for solo violin at the amazing Museum of Modern Renaissance, as part of their sold-out 20th Anniversary Benefit Concert last weekend. Thank you MMR’s founders Katya & Kolya Shaplyko for inviting Stan!
Last weekend was the annual Holiday Pops concert with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra at Mechanics Hall in Worcester. Our Music Director Stan Antonevich looks great in a tux!
Who is that guy in front, to the left of the conductor? It’s our music director and instructor Stan Antonevich, who was concertmaster yesterday with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra at the Holiday Pops concert in Clinton Town Hall. HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON to everyone!
The Holiday Season is almost here! I look forward to this concert with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, where I will be serving as Concertmaster.
We would like to congratulate our student Derek Mar, a junior at Canton High School, who has been chosen to serve as concertmaster of his school orchestra, having served as assistant concertmaster last year. Derek is a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society of the National Association for Music Education, a member of the 2022 Senior Festival in the Southeastern district of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association, and violin tutor in the Canton High School Summer Orchestra Music Camp. At yesterday’s recital, Derek performed the 1st movement from the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Joseph Haydn. CONGRATULATIONS, DEREK!
Newton Violin Studio has a few spots available for serious violin students — whether beginner or advanced. At our studio, conveniently located in Newton near Rte 95 and Mass. Pike, you get conservatory-level violin instruction at affordable rates. Our instructor Prof. Stan Antonevich is a professional violinist of the Moscow School of Violin, winner of international competitions, and experienced teacher with proven results. We have students from all over Greater Boston and the MetroWest, and they all agree that the drive is worth it! Please read student testimonials and Stan’s bio, and to hear him play.
It was a magical day in Gloucester on Saturday, where Stan’s amazing violin music and sweeping nature views filled the space to give the audience an unforgettable experience. Stan thanks Gloucester House of Arts for giving him this wonderful opportunity to perform, and he promises to return!
Classical music by Boston’s favorite violin artist Stan Antonevich at Gloucester House of Arts, followed by a reception. Preceded by optional tour of the property at 4pm. Donation $30, seniors $20.
House of Arts is a new architectural marvel by artist couple Ekaterina (Katya) Sorokina & Nicholas (Kolya) Shaplyko, also co-founders of the Museum of Modern Renaissance in Somerville. Their unique magical design blends the interior living space with natural wooded surroundings, creating the effect of simplicity and harmony with nature.