Soul Surfer Classical

Soul Surfer Classical has put together a great program with Albert Wo and Mischa Lakirovich from the Irvine Young Artists. Soul Surfer Classical is working with youth orchestras to train, educate and give a professional recording experience to kids as well as a broadcast quality CD to sell and use to promote their programs. We have been busy in the studio with the Irvine Young Artists and have released their first CD "Winter".

This program is designed to give these kids a direct hands on experience in todays music world . They are involved in every aspect of working in the professional music industry, from reheasals and pre-production to recording and editting as well as performing.


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Scott Rickett & Jerry Davis
Mischa Lakirovich, Jerry Davis & Scott Rickett

Irvine Young Artists CD "Winter" is complete and available for all to enjoy.
This CD is packed with classical excellence from one of the most talented youth orchestras today!



Click on the CD to support The Young Artists only $9.99 







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Soul Surfer Records has changed the name from Music for Charity to "David Ezrin Music for Charity" to honor our brother who was a part of this great program.


David Ezrin Music For Charity
Soul Surfer Records has a program called "Music For Charities" This creative new program makes it possible for Charities to have their information and graphics printed on a CD with the music of the Irvine young artists and other Soul Surfer Classical artists. The charities are able sell or get donations for the CD’s generating income and sharing the gift of music. The Artists are able to finance their program and expand into other communities across the country in hopes of pushing the levels of modern classical music to new highs. This program was very special to David and he wanted to see this opportunity offered to schools and artist across the US and Canada. We hope to continue to expand and grow this program with the help of each of you and companies across the nations that believe in the power and gift of music.




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Irvine Young Artists
Mischa Lakirovich

Mischa Lakirovich, VP & Director of Soul Surfer Classical 

Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Irvine Young Artist s

"A violinist with superior style...not a trained infant prodigy but rather a musician..."

Rhein-Necker-Zeitung, Germany

"A fine young artist...his performance on the violin...is as natural as breathing..."

Frankfurter Allgemaine Zeitung, Germany

"A natural performer…with outstanding musical ability..."

The Courier Mail, Brisbane Australia

IYA Artistic Director Mischa Lakirovich started playing the violin when he was four years old and played his first recital at the age of five, studying with his father, Mark Lakirovich, in his hometown of Brisbane, Australia. From the age of six, Mischa has performed and recorded throughout Europe, even appearing in a private concert for Pope John Paul II. Mr. Lakirovich is a graduate of the Juilliard School, where he earned his Bachelor’s and Masters Degrees. He is the recipient of the Dorothy DeLay Scholarship and the Juilliard Alumni Scholarship. He was also awarded the Itzhak Perlman Foundation Scholarship for the Aspen Summer Festival.

A frequent performer both in America and Europe, Mischa Lakirovich has performed as soloist with SBS Symphony, Southfield Symphony, Ann Arbor Summer Symphony, Grosse Point Symphony, the Young Artists Orchestra in Aspen, Colorado, and appears frequently as Concertmaster of The New England Symphonic Ensemble performing at Carnegie Hall.

Mischa Lakirovich has made a number of recordings and live performances for Radio and Television broadcasts including the National Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and on television channels Seven, Nine and Ten, as well as direct broadcast on the Radio Vatican. Mr. Lakirovich is currently teaching, conducting and coaching chamber music at the Lucy Moses School of the Arts and has been faculty at Brooklyn College, French-American Conservatory of Music, and a Technique Associate for the studio of Dorothy DeLay at Juilliard Pre-College. He co-founded the Irvine Young Artists with violinist Albert Wu and hopes that through music, the world will embrace peace and harmony.

 


Alber Wo

Albert Wu, violin

Executive Director and Co-Founder of Irvine Young Artists

Violinist Albert Wu began playing the violin at the age of ten and actively teaches in Irvine, California. Albert Wu has performed in the major halls in the United States, Europe, and Asia. After a concert in 1994, the "LA Times" wrote Albert to be "a promising young violinist with intellect, intensity, and lyricism." In 1998, Albert made his solo debut in Budapest, Munich, Vienna, and Salzburg. In 2001, Albert Wu was invited by Ms. Claire Hodgkins to perform in a special centennial recital for the Jascha Heifetz Society.

Albert Wu is a graduate of UC Irvine and Indiana University where he was a student of Haroutune Bedelian, Franco Gulli, and Yuval Yaron.  His chamber music teachers include Janos Starker, the Juilliard String Quartet, Cleveland String Quartet, and concertmasters of the Vienna Philharmonic & the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras.

In addition to winning top prizes in the finals of the Bach Young Artists National Competition, the National ASTA Violin Competition, and the Pacific Symphony Chinese-American Violin Competition, Albert has also been the first prize winner in the Musical Clubs Competition, Exchange Clubs Talent Search, and numerous other national violin competitions. In 2005, Albert Wu was invited to judge the Korean Youth Music Festival Competition alongside Irvine City Councilmember Sukhee Kang.

An active proponent of modern music, Albert has performed, recorded, and championed works by many modern-day composers. His recordings have won  top awards in the ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer’s Competition and in the Society of Composers. In addition, Albert has also recorded a Hollywood film score and musical scores for Disneyland’s Magic Music Days.

An active teacher, Albert Wu teaches private students in his home and has served on the violin faculties at Vanguard University, Santa Ana College, Orange Coast College, the Yamaha Music School, the Tustin Music Center, the Corona del Mar High School Orchestra, and at Irvine’s University High School. In June 2003, Albert performed alongside ten of his outstanding private students in New York's Carnegie Hall as members of the La Primavera Orchestra while an additional eight performed as members of the University High School Symphony Orchestra.

In the past, Albert has performed as first violinist in the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, the Opera Pacific Orchestra, and the LA Opera Orchestras. He has been the Concertmaster for the LA Classical Ballet Orchestra, Four Seasons Symphony, The Greater LA Metropolitan Orchestra, Costa Mesa Symphony, OCC Symphony, UCI Symphony Orchestra, La Primavera Orchestra, and the Chicago Pops Orchestra. He has also been Associate Concertmaster for the Indiana University Concert Orchestra, and the American Youth Symphony (under Mehli Mehta in Los Angeles, California). As Concertmaster, he has played under great conductors such as Kurt Masur, Christoph Eschenbach, Myung-Whun Chung, and Mehli Mehta.

An active chamber musician as well, Albert has performed chamber music with Vienna Philharmonic musicians and for the Taiwanese American Music Festival. In 2001, Albert performed in New York’s Carnegie Hall, performing by special invitation with the New England Symphonic Ensemble. In 2005, Albert founded the Irvine Young Artists, a youth orchestra dedicated to the promotion of talented young artists in the hopes of promoting peace through music.


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