Elmira Darvarova caused a sensation, becoming the first ever (and so far only) female concertmaster in the history of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. She has appeared in recitals and as soloist on five continents, and has performed concertos with the Moscow State Symphony, the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony, the Rochester Philharmonic, the Grant Park Symphony, the Columbus Symphony and with numerous orchestras on three continents.

Performing on the world’s most prestigious stages, such as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer/ David Geffen Hall, Alice Tully Hall and Symphony Space in New York; Symphony Hall in Chicago, Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto; Suntory Hall, Bunka Kaikan and NHK Hall in Tokyo; Musikverein in Vienna, Cadogan Hall in London, Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, Koncerthuset in Stockholm, Victoria Hall in Geneva, Smetana Hall in Prague, Megaron in Athens, Palau de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Kölner Philharmonie, Mumbai’s National Center for Performing Arts, Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Hall, Saint Petersburg Philharmonia, among many others, she has given recitals and master classes at many festivals and music schools worldwide. Well-versed in opera, symphonic and chamber music repertoire, she also performs and records in tango, jazz, blues, folk, world music, contemporary/ electronic music, Stroh violin, and Indian Ragas.

She has partnered for chamber music performances with James Levine, Janos Starker, Gary Karr, with tango and jazz legends such as Octavio Brunetti, Fernando Otero and David Amram, and with world-renowned Indian classical musicians – the superstars of the Sarod – Amjad Ali Khan and his sons Amaan & Ayaan Ali Bangash.

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