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                            Dhyani Dharmawati HEATH








Born in New York 1994, the Javanese-American violinist Dhyani Dharmawati HEATH starts her musical journey on the piano at age 3, and on the violin at age 7 with Pavel Feldman in Montréal (Canada). 

In 2017, she was invited to play as concertmaster and soloist with the American Romantic Orchestra, and in 2018 at the Vermont Mozart Festival. She travels across the globe giving recitals in France, in the United States, in Canada, in Austria and recently as a soloist with the Galega chamber orchestra in Spain.

Recipient of the Stephen and Denis Adams Scholarship, the Phipps White Scholarship, and of the Broadus Erle prize for outstanding violinists, she has pursued studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg (Austria) with Igor Ozim and at the Yale School of Music (United States) with Hyo Kang. Admitted into the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP) she currently pursues her studies under the tutelage of Michael Hentz

Further artistic expressions are seen through her artworks which she likes to present in tandem with her musical performance. Fascinated by musical, as well as visual and theatrical arts, she has herself appeared regularly as a storyteller on Canada Chinese television (CCTV), and has collaborated with writers and actresses, in productions with Marc Roger of La Voie des Livres for example. She likes to juxtapose music and the sciences, realizing a musical conception with her baroque ensemble Flux et Veritas at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University.

She strives to reach beauty and harmony in art, and through music, touch the heart of humanity. 

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Eucharis Strings, an ensemble dedicated to performing chamber music from around the world, was founded by the Heath sisters in 2020. Regularly collaborating with guest artists such as Paris based cellist Lucia Bistritskaya, they frequently choose to perform lesser known works by female composers and composers of color. Students of the Yale School of Music, the Paris Conservatory, and the Mozarteum University, these talented young women have performed together throughout Europe, Canada, and the USA.
Bach St-Chapelle Paris
Bach at St-Chapelle in Paris
Debussy Violin Sonata, Dhyani HEATH, Violin Kristoffer GYLLING, Piano
Traditional Irish
Traditional Irish


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Dhyani Dharmawati HEATH

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