who attended the Berlin Philharmoniker Orchester-Akademie and the Royal Academy of Music.
with whom she has worked include the Academy of St. Martin
in the Fields, the European Union Youth Orchestra, the London Pleyel Trio, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the
United World Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.
February 2007, the LSO were joined by violinist Leila Josefowicz
for a wall-to-wall John Adams concert that comprised “Dharma at Big Sur”, “Naïve and Sentimental
Music” and “Slonimsky’s Earbox”.
teamed up with soprano Angela Gherghiu on 8th
May 2007 in an evening of opera highlights that featured George Frideric Handel’s “Lascia
Ruggero Leoncavallo’s “Stridono lassu” from Pagliacci,
and Giacomo Puccini’s “Un bel di vedremo”
from Madama Butterfly.
August 2007, they gave the British premiere of A Flowering Tree by John Adams and Peter Sellars.
Romeo and Juliet by Sergei
Prokofiev on 21st and 23rd November 2008.
February 2009, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields performed “Concerto
No. 1 for Violin in A minor, BWV 1041” and “Concerto No. 2 for
Violin in E major, BWV 1042” by Johann Sebastian Bach, “Sonata
for Strings” by Sir William Walton and “Variations on a Theme
of Frank Bridge, Op. 10” by Benjamin Britten in Zellerbach
Hall at the University of California-Berkeley.
presented “Russian Dreams:
The Music of Sergei Prokofiev” in March 2009. It comprised all of his symphonies
and violin concertos, and his second and fourth piano concertos.
April 2009, the London Pleyel Trio interpreted
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Trio in G, K. 564” and Ignaz Pleyel’s “Duo
for Violin and Cello, Ben. 506” and “Trio in C, Ben. 428”
Park in Guildford.
performed Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 9 in D major” on
25th October 2009.
October 2010, they joined forces with violinist Sarah Chang for Felix
Mendelssohn’s “Violin Concerto”, which was sandwiched
between Sir Edward Elgar’s “Symphony No. 2” and Dorothy
Ker’s “a gentle infinity”.
Nikolaj Znaider was the featured soloist when they performed
Elgar’s “Violin Concerto” on 10th November
2010. The evening opened with Emily
Howard’s “Solar” and Mendelssohn’s “Symphony
No. 3” (“Scottish”).
November 2010, they reunited at the Grand Auditorium for Johannes Brahms’
“Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, Op. 77”, which
was followed by Elgar’s “Variations on an Original Theme, Op.
36” (“Enigma Variations”).
embarked on a Japanese tour on 23rd November 2010 during which
they performed “Symphony No. 1” (“Titan”) by Mahler
and “Violin Concerto, Op. 47” by Jean Sibelius.
December 2010, they were back at the Barbican for Max Bruch’s “Violin
Concerto No. 1”, with soloist Midori, Gyorgy
Ligeti’s “Concert Romanesc”,
and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade.
turned to Mahler again in February 2011 for concerts that included “Adagio”
from “Symphony No. 10 in F sharp minor”, “Symphony No. 9
in D major”, and “Symphony No. 3 in D minor”, with the
Brooklyn Youth Chorus and Riverside Choral Society.
on which Miya appears with the LSO include Beethoven: Mass in C, John Adams: A Flowering
Symphony No. 5, Mahler: Symphony No. 9, and Nielsen: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 5.