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       Praised by the New York Times for her “sweet-toned playing,” violinist Alice Ivy-Pemberton studied with Nurit Pacht at the Kaufman Music Center in New York for ten years before continuing her studies at The Juilliard School, where she completed her Master of Music degree under the tutelage of Itzhak Perlman and Catherine Cho in May 2022. At age ten, she performed as a soloist as well as together with Gil Shaham on the PBS series "From the Top: Live from Carnegie Hall." At age twelve, Alice was the youngest to compete in the international Menuhin Competition in Oslo where she was selected as one of eight finalists. During her undergraduate studies, Alice won Juilliard’s Violin Concerto Competition and performed John Corigliano’s Red Violin Concerto at Alice Tully Hall, gave the World Premiere of Marc Migó’s Nocturne for Violin and Piano with the Juilliard Orchestra, was awarded the Prix du Directeur at the Conservatoire Américain de Fontainebleau, and received a Benzaquen Career Advancement Grant upon graduation in 2019 in recognition of “tremendous talent, promise, creativity, and potential to make a significant impact in the performing arts." In 2022 Alice was awarded the Joseph W. Polisi Prize for exemplifying Juilliard’s values of the “artist as citizen."

In 2023, at the age of 25, Alice was appointed Co-Leader of The London Philharmonic Orchestra.

      After graduating from Juilliard, Alice performed extensively with The New York Philharmonic and The Philadelphia Orchestra as a guest musician, joining both orchestras for their first European tours since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Also a committed chamber musician, Alice has played with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Music@Menlo’s renowned International Program and Winter Residency, and participated in the contemporary music haven Yellow Barn’s groundbreaking 2020 season, where she was the sole violinist to remain in residence for the entire eight-week recording period in Putney, VT. Recent highlights include a return to Yellow Barn, invitations to the Tippet Rise Arts Center as Artist-in-Residence and the IMS Prussia Cove Masterclasses, leading the Juilliard Orchestra as concertmaster for Pulcinella with Maestra Barbara Hannigan in the first live performance at Juilliard since 2020, and being a Visiting Artist at Brown University where she collaborated on and performed seven world premieres for solo violin. The 2022-2023 will see her make her début on Merkin Concert Hall's Tuesday Matinée Series and lead The London Philharmonic Orchestra at Royal Festival Hall and in concert around the United Kingdom. 


          A passionate advocate for the arts' ability to impact societal change, Alice has sought to promote justice and equality through fundraising, community engagement, and creative collaborations throughout her career. Alice's noted project, an audiovisual work entitled Drowning Monuments, brings together five newly-commissioned pieces for solo violin by Juilliard composers, each reflecting a part of New York City that will be severely threatened by climate change before the end of the century. In the fall of 2019, Alice received The McGraw Family Robert Sherman Award for Music Education and Community Outreach, which is awarded annually to a Juilliard alumnus. 

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Still image from Drowning Monuments, Videography by Hinda Weiss
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