YUKI NUMATA is a violinist with “virtuosic flair and dexterous bravery,” according to the New York Times.

Ms. Numata is rapidly gaining attention as a charismatic virtuoso, having performed as a soloist with the New World Symphony, the University at Buffalo’s Slee Sinfonietta, the Wordless Music Orchestra, the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra and the Eastman Philharmonia Orchestra. As a result of her avid interest in new music, she has had the opportunity to work closely with some of today’s foremost composers including Charles Wuorinen, Steve Reich and John Zorn. Ms. Numata is currently on faculty at the University at Buffalo and at Dwight-Englewood School.

Born in Vancouver, Canada, Ms. Numata holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music and the University of Michigan. Her principal teachers include Andrew Jennings, Zvi Zeitlin and Gwen Thompson.


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