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Leslie Harlow

Leslie Harlow

As a young artist, Violist Leslie Harlow participated in master classes with William Primrose, Paul Doktor, Donald McGinnis, Heidi Castleman and Nabuko Imai. Her primary teachers were Marna Street, Susan Schoenfeld, Paul Doktor, and violinist Harry Shub with additional lessons with Heidi Castleman, Donald Wright and Francis Tursi. Chamber coaches included Felix Galimer, Samuel Rhodes, David Soyer, Paul Doktor, Charles Castleman, Robert Sylvester and Julius Baker. Following graduation from Juilliard, Ms Harlow founded the Deer Valley Chamber Music Festival in 1984. Renamed the Park City International Music Festival, the festival continues as Utah’s oldest classical music festival, having presented over 520 concerts. Co-Director of the Autumn Classics Festival, the Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra and the Contemporary Music Consortium of Utah, Leslie Harlow also founded and directs the Park City Film Music Festival. Ms. Harlow has recorded as principal violist and soloist for film scores including the movies “Murder in the First” and “Surviving Picasso.” Prior to Juilliard, Ms. Harlow was Assistant Principal Viola with the Oklahoma Symphony, performing at festivals in Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, North Carolina and New York. While studying in New York, she performed chamber music and recitals in New York City and at the Skaneateles Festival. In Utah she has taught chamber music at Brigham Young University, served as director for the Virtuoso Series and Principal Violist with Ballet W

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