Dr. Yonit Kosovske
Dr. Yonit Kosovske has performed as a soloist, chamber artist, and artistic director throughout the United States, Israel, Hong Kong, Spain, Ireland, Ecuador and Colombia. Holding degrees in both modern and historical keyboard instruments, Yonit concertizes on harpsichord, fortepiano, chamber organ, and modern piano. Her performances have been broadcast on radio stations across the United States and featured on programmes such as Sunday Baroque, Performance Today, and Harmonia.
She has given concerts at Early Music festivals in Boston, Berkeley, Bloomington, Chicago, and in Quito, Ecuador, appearing in concert halls throughout North and South America, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois, and the Teatro Sucre in Quito, Ecuador, and elsewhere. She has given several performances at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, amongst them a concert for President Michael D.
Higgins, and in major cities throughout Ireland and the UK. With her voice and fortepiano duo Canto Romántico she has performed in the Spanish festivals of Verano Activo (Benavente) and Espazos Sonoros (Monforte), as well as in the United Sates, Ireland and Colombia. Yonit has collaborated with various chamber ensembles, including the Irish Baroque Orchestra, Irish Chamber Orchestra, Resurgam, Lipzodes, Sacabuche!, Crescendo Berkshires, and many others. She holds a Doctor of Music degree in Early Music from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she studied with Elisabeth Wright. Her book Historical Harpsichord Technique, Developing La douceur du toucher was published by Indiana University Press in 2011.