Aubree Oliverson. A 13 years old violinist

Aubree Oliverson is a 13 years old violinist. She’s the oldest daughter of a pianist, Stephen Oliverson. The Oliverson household began to fill with violin music eight years ago when her father bought the instrument for his oldest daughter. Aubree has won performance and composition competitions. She’s played with the Utah Symphony and performed at Carnegie Hall and she’s cut CDs and performed with her father under the name “Moon Light.”

In a recent Moon Light performance, Aubree demonstrated her violin virtuosity performing Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Flight of the Bumblebee,” known for its frantic uninterrupted runs of sixteenth notes. She played about 13 notes a second.

“I just like playing fast a lot,” Aubree said. “Sometimes my teacher has to slow me down.”.

Aubree practices violin in Weekdays at 5:30 a.m with her younger siblings Andrew, 11, and Lily, 7

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