Violinist Christine Harada Li is a versatile artist who has performed across the U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Germany, Italy, Austria, Spain, and Israel. As a soloist Christine recently performed Benjamin Britten Concerto with the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra, and will perform with the Marquette Symphony Orchestra and the Anchorage Youth Symphony next season. She has frequently performed with the award-winning Koinonia Trio, which has been playing together since 2015. Passionate about chamber music, Christine has collaborated with many internationally acclaimed artists, including David Halen, Yehonatan Berick, Gilles Apap, members of the Berlin Philharmonic, among others. As an orchestral musician, Christine has had the opportunity to play with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the CityMusic Cleveland Chamber Orchestra, and Ann Arbor Symphony. She has performed (both violin and viola) as a guest artist at the Maui Classical Music Festival, Center Stage Strings, Oberlin Acoustics Workshop and Ann Arbor Chamber Fest.
In addition to performing, Christine takes leadership in various art organizations and serves as Artistic Director of the Anchorage Chamber Music Festival, Education Director at the Innsbrook Institute Summer Festival and Academy, and Vice President of the Anchorage Fine Arts Society, a non-profit organization in Anchorage, Alaska.
- Anchorage Chamber Music FestivalSat, May 08Virtual ConcertMay 08, 7:00 PM EDTVirtual ConcertFundraising Concert for the 9th season of the Anchorage Chamber Music Festival. Livestream from the First Congregational Church Ann Arbor BACH: Violin Sonata No. 3 BRITTEN: Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87 BRAHMS: Piano Trio No. 3 Christine Harada Li, violin Nathaniel Pierce, cello Amy Cheng, piano