Described as "a remarkable and auspicious talent" by The Sydney Morning
Herald and praised for her "transforming intensity and beauty of tone" by
the New York Times, Australian violinist Asmira Woodward-Page won the 2003
Concert Artists Guild International
Competition. She soon made her New York solo recital debut at Weill Recital
Hall in Carnegie Hall and was soon engaged for a return appearance.
Based in New York City, Asmira performs internationally as soloist and
chamber musician. She is a member of the Momenta Quartet and SONYC.
Asmira has soloed with Australia's major orchestras, as well as with several
in North America, collaborating with conductors including Jahja Ling,
Michael Christie, Muhai Tang, Dino Aganost and Matthew Coorey.
Recent seasons have included solo recitals at Symphony Space and
Rockerfeller University's Noon Recital concerts in New York City, the Sydney
Opera House, Ravinia Festival's Rising Stars and Dame Myra Hess series in
Chicago as well as at the Festival International Cervantino in Mexico. She
has performed and toured with pianists Inon Barnatan, Ieva Jokubavi?iute, Einav Yarden, Tanya Bannister, Blair McMillen and Steven Beck. North American summer
festival appearances include Ravinia and Aspen as well as festivals further
Asmira studied at Juilliard with Robert Mann and at Indiana University with
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