The Metropolitan Opera Guild A Heavenly Interpretation of Massenet As He Saves a Fallen Woman, a Monk Plays With Fire

The Metropolitan Opera Guild

Opera News: “During the famous “Meditation,” played with exquisite, quivering beauty by concertmaster Christina Bouey”

A Heavenly Interpretation of Massenet

NEW YORK POST: “When violinist Christina Bouey spun out that shimmering tune, I thought I died and went to a heaven”

As He Saves a Fallen Woman, a Monk Plays With Fire

NEW YORK TIMES: “Christina Bouey, the concertmaster, played the “Méditation” beautifully.”

30th Sep 2017

Recent Achievements October 2017 Update

Out of 49 competing ensembles from across the nation and around the world, the Ulysses Quartet has won the coveted Grand Prize of the 2016 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition

30th Sep 2017

How an Artist’s Workspace Can Define a Musical Experience

Founded in 2015, the Ulysses Quartet—Christina Bouey and Rhiannon Banerdt, violins, Colin Brookes, viola, and Grace Ho, cello

30th Sep 2017

Reviews

Collection of Reviews about Christina Bouey

30th Sep 2017

Shattered Glass Debut Album Featuring Christina Bouey

Shattered Glass' Debut Self-Titled Album is almost here! Three NEW works by living young composers! Christina Bouey recorded the solo violin part for Chaâbi by Tarik O'Regan! Pre-order now! www.shattered-glass.org/store