“The many extended violin solos throughout all four movements were delivered with fine style and security by Concertmistress Dorisiya Yosifova”
– CVNC North Carolina, in a review of Shostakovich’s Symphony No.1
***Please note: Due to the corona virus outbreak, Dorisiya’s upcoming performances will be postponed until further notice. Thanks and stay safe, everyone!
- In January 2021, Dorisiya participated in the Boston New Music Initiative’s quarantine project, “Quarantune Snacks”. Check it out here.
- In July 2019, Dorisiya took part in the “Teaching the Violin to Children” workshop at the String Academy of Wisconsin, where she closely observed renowned pedagogues Mimi Zweig and Darcy Drexler.
- In March 2018, Dorisiya was interviewed by the BostonVoyager Magazine. See full interview here.
“There is a special, almost out-of-this-world quality to music in a live concert setting as each performance is always different than all others. Every performance is an intimate moment between the performer and their audience that cannot be replicated. A certain atmosphere is created that is unlike any other art.”
-Dorisiya Yosifova, March 2018