LIZA FERSCHTMAN has appeared as a soloist with many of the world’s leading orchestras including the Royal Concertgebouw, London Philharmonic, Dallas Symphony, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic, and Brussels Philharmonic, collaborating with conductors Jaap van Zweden, Ivan Fischer, Stephane Deneve, Jacek Kaspszyk, Jun Markl, Frans Bruggen, Neeme Jarvi, Otto Tausk, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, and Thomas Sondergard. A passionate chamber musician, since 2007 she has been artistic director of the Delft Chamber Music Festival, which invites world-class musicians to present thematic programs each summer. Her chamber music partners include Elisabeth Leonskaja, Jonathan Biss, Alisa Weilerstein, Christian Poltera, Julius Drake, Martin Roscoe, Nobuko Imai, Lars Anders Tomter, Marie Luise Neunecker, Sharon Kam, and Amihai Grosz. She made her Wigmore Hall debut with ChamberFest Cleveland’s Roman Rabinovich in December 2017. Ms. Ferschtman won the most distinguished prize for Dutch musicians, the Dutch Music Award, in 2006. Her recordings on the Challenge label feature violin concertos by Beethoven, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, and Korngold, and Bernstein’s “Serenade”. She has also recorded Mendelssohn’s octet; works by Schubert and Beethoven performed with Inon Barnatan; and the Kodaly, Ravel and Schulhoff duos performed with her father, cellist Dmitri Ferschtman. Her disc of solo works by Bach and Ysaye was chosen a “CD of the Month” by The Strad Magazine. This season she performed the Korngold concerto with the Toledo Symphony.