Violin & Piano Lessons with Sulamit Gorski
Sulamit Gorski is a Boston born violinist that began her musical studies at the age of four under the guidance of her mother, Ludmila Tsyganova. Within a few years, she joined the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras, where she remained an active member until the summer of 2013. Sulamit’s performing career quickly took off as she began to annually win the American Fine Arts Festival from the age of seven, leading to a series of concerts in such prominent venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall, the German Cultural Center, Steinway Hall, and the Weil Recital Center.
Sulamit’s solo debut came in 2012, after winning the concerto competition at the Klaipeda International Music Festival and continuing to perform Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto at Boston’s Jordan Hall a few months later. She has enjoyed numerous tours all over the world with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras and the Rivers Symphony Orchestra, performing both solo works as well as leading the second violin section with the Boston Youth Symphony. A lover of ensemble music, Sulamit has premiered the chamber music works of several composers, including Paul Patterson, Marti Epstein, Donna Gross Javel, and Robert Sirota. She studied regularly with Nicholas Miller, So Ock Kim, Magdalena Richter, Dana Mazurkevich, and Joseph Silverstein.
Sulamit began her undergraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2013 and most recently was awarded her Master of Arts degree with honors from the institution in July of 2018. Throughout her time at the Academy, Sulamit has enjoyed regular performances with the Academy Symphony, and has had the privilege to work under the baton of such notable conductors as Semyon Bychkov, Trevor Pennock, Ed Gardner, James Newton Howard, and many more. Continuing with her love of chamber music, Sulamit joined the Euterpe String Quartet, where they went on to win second place in the Delius Prize in 2016 and spent the summer on a concert tour of Mallorca, Spain.
While living in London, Sulamit enjoyed teaching a studio of young musicians as well as performing, recording, and auditioning regularly around the world. She became a session violinist at the Abbey Road Institute in 2017, and continues to pursue these passions in her new home of New York City.
Sulamit plays on a 2010 Andrew Ryan violin.