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MARIA LARIONOFF

Former Seattle Symphony concertmaster Maria Larionoff has appeared as a soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Seattle, Yakima and Port Angeles symphonies, the Orquesta Sinfónica Carlos Chávez, and the University of Washington and San Francisco chamber orchestras. Also versatile as a violist, she has collaborated in many chamber music festivals. In May 2002, with her husband, University of Washington double bassist Barry Lieberman, she launched the immensely successful American String Project, a conductorless string orchestra comprised of concertmasters, professors and distinguished soloists from around the world. She plays on a 1775 Guadagnini (the ex-Lorand) on loan from the family of Dr Benum W. Fox of Chicago.

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