A Far Cry would like to congratulate Rosie Salvucci, one of three winners of this season's Young Artist Competition. Rosie will join A Far Cry in performances of Tchaikovsky's Souvenir De Florence later this month. Buy tickets to see Rosie with A Far Cry in Jordan Hall!
Rosie Salvucci was born in San Antonio, Texas, where she began to study the double bass with Steven Zeserman at the age of nine. She later studied for a year with Christopher Hanulik in Los Angeles. For the past five summers, Rosie has participated in various programs and including Le Domaine Forget, Boston University Tanglewood Institute, and the Eastern Music Festival. As a high school freshman, Rosie made TMEA’s 4A All-State Symphonic Band on Bb clarinet. In 2008, Rosie was one of 15 arts students statewide designated a “Young Master” by the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Texas Cultural Trust. Later that year, she was awarded First Prize in the Strings Division of the San Antonio Symphony’s “Future Stars” Competition. In 2009, she received an Honorable Mention from the Alexander and Buono International Strings Competition. Rosie is currently a senior at the Walnut Hill School and principal bass of NEC’s Youth Philharmonic Orchestra. She is a student of Lawrence Wolfe.