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GABRIELLE FINK

 
 
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Music

by Gabrielle Fink
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GABY LIVE

 

"A performer of astonishing marvelousness and fabulosity"

—Albert Einstein


Beethoven Violin Sonata no. 10, Midori concert series, New Mexico

Wieniawski's Faust Fantasy at Merkin Hall

Debussy Violin Sonata, first movement. Midori concert series, New Mexico

Ysaye Second Sonata

Lutoslawski's Subito

 

Gabrielle Fink, Violin Reenat Pinchas, Cello Irene Wong, Piano Ravel, Brahms, Schubert, Piazzolla, Mendelssohn

De Falla's La Vida Breve, "Spanish Dance" New Mexico Midori series recital

Watch Gabrielle Fink play violin  in the Paramount Pictures movie Ghost Town starring Ricky Gervais. 

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The Gaby Galas are a phenomenon.

They began in the New York City apartment of violinist Gabrielle Fink.

Having a passion for chamber music and an inordinately large Upper West Side living room, Gabrielle sought at first to provide a friendly venue for fellow musicians to share their work. Soon, she had to contend with unplanned audiences of over a hundred friends, neighbors and fellow musicians.

These evenings included widely varied, yet uniformly distinguished musical artists. Writers, poets, musicians, business professionals, and academics came together to enjoy wine and world-class live music in a unique and intimate setting unlike any other in the city.

At an early Gala, Gaby lets her violin go and regales the crowd with her sweet voice.

At an early Gala, Gaby lets her violin go and regales the crowd with her sweet voice.

A classical set would be followed by an Indian raga, a player of the bandoneón by a jazz trio. The close contact between performer and audience was at once fertile and exciting. 

In time, what had been spontaneously dubbed the Gaby Galas outgrew her apartment. Realizing how great were both the appetite and the need for these unusual evenings, she began to present them at venues around New York City, newly polished yet retaining the sponteneity and warmth of the original.

Watch a short video about the Gaby Galas.

Gaby’s galas bring together a gifted and eclectic group of musicians, and they offer a rare intimacy between artist and audience that cannot be found in the concert hall.”
— Charles Wilson, The New York Times
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Gabrielle Fink was born into a musical family in Miami, Florida. The daughter of a professional violinist, she began to play the violin at age three. As a teenager, Ms. Fink attended the Young Artist Program at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City, where she received the President’s Scholarship as a student of Sylvia Rosenberg.

Ms. Fink frequently performs at Carnegie, Alice Tully, and Avery Fisher Halls. She plays with the New York City Ballet, and she has toured as a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, the Lincoln Center Festival Orchestra, the New World Symphony, the Florida Philharmonic, and the Hyperion String Quartet.

She is a featured soloist with the New York City-based ensemble Route 9. She soloed with the New York Concert Virtuosi Orchestra at Lincoln Center and with the Manhattan School of Music Orchestra conducted by Robert Mann. She is Concert Master of the New York Concert Artists Orchestra. She completed a thirty city tour with the Ten O’Clock Classics Quartet, a collective of soloists committed to performance and outreach. Last November she completed a tour in Europe with the Arcos Chamber Orchestra of New York. This summer she played with the The Royal Ballet at Lincoln Center and the Lincoln Center Orchestra for the Danny Elfman Festival, which will be featured on PBS this year.

Ms. Fink is a founding member of the Sheba Ensemble, which has toured the U.S., Europe and Israel. She is the founder of Gaby Gala, a beloved salon-style concert series in New York City devoted to bridging the gaps between performer and audience. She performs, records and tours with Grammy winner Fernando Otero and the J.P. Jofre Quartet. She has played at the Emmy Awards, and she appeared as a violinist in the film Ghost Town, a DreamWorks production.

She toured this year as the winner of the prestigious Midori Competition.

 
 

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