Contemporary Classical Music with Lynn Vartan and Shalini Vijayan
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The last date listed for Contemporary Classical Music with Lynn Vartan and Shalini Vijayan was Sunday October 21, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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Lynn Vartan and Shalini Vijayan return to Zebulon Projects’ season with an entirely new program of contemporary and classical music. In their third season with Zebulon, Lynn and Shalini have fine tuned their selections to include those most appropriate for this intimate and dynamic acoustic music space.
Lynn Vartan has been featured on the Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella Series, the Different Trains Series, at Montana State University, Cornell University and with the USC Contemporary and Percussion Ensembles, as well as having has won the California State University Concerto Competition as well as the FCC Young Artists Competition. She has performed as a soloist with the Sierra Wind Symphony, the CSUN Symphony and Southwest Chamber Music, as well as premiering two additional new concertos for marimba and percussion by Mark Lanz Weiser and Shaun Naidoo.
Shalini is a prominent performer and collaborator in music ranging from the Baroque period to the present. A native of California, Shalini moved to the east coast as a scholarship student at the Manhattan School of Music where she received her B.M. and M.M. degrees under the tutelage of Ariana Bronne and Lucie Robert. Now living in Los Angeles, Shalini is a full-time member of the Pacific Symphony Orchestra as well as Principal Second Violin of the Opera Pacific Orchestra. Ms. Vijayan is a regular on Zebulon’s season, both as a soloist and in duet with Ms. Vartan.