Blagomira Lipari is a versatile solo, chamber, and orchestral musician. She was a preliminary 2018 Grammy Award nominee for Contemporary Classical recording for the CD “Music Here and Now,” by Society for New Music, Innova Records of American Composers Forum. Most recently she gave the New York State Premier and Second performance of Robert Xavier Rodriguez’s “Xochiquetzal” Concerto for Violin and Six Percussion. Mrs. Lipari has been featured as a soloist with the National Academy of Music Orchestra in Bulgaria, Shumen Philharmonic, Orfei Chamber Orchestra, and New Millennium Orchestra in Chicago. Mrs. Lipari’s performances have been featured on Bulgarian, Spanish and US National Television, WCNY-FM 91.3 Syracuse, NY, and WFMT in Chicago. Mrs. Lipari co-founded the New Millennium Orchestra of Chicago and served as its Concertmaster. As a chamber musician Mrs. Lipari serves on the board of the National Music & Global Culture Society.
She had been a member of Access Contemporary Music Ensemble, CUBE ensemble, and the Society for New Music. As a solo and chamber musician she had given many world premieres at prestigious venues such as Symphony Center Chicago, Stanford University, Chicago Cultural Center, Roosevelt University, Colgate University, University of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, Syracuse University, Pritzker Pavilion, Harris Theater, and Paris Conservatory. She had collaborated with members of Chicago Symphony, Metropolitan Opera, four Grammys Award winning ensemble “eight blackbird”, ensemble “Dal Niente”, International Chamber Players, International Contemporary Ensemble-ICE, and Grammy Award nominated “Spektral Quartet.” A devoted and passionate teacher, Blagomira Lipari has been appointed as violin professor and music ensemble director on the faculties of Sherwood-Columbia College in Chicago, and Hobart William Smith Colleges in NY state. Mrs. Lipari was the exceptional prize winner of the International Chamber Music Competition in Neerpelt, Belgium in 1989. Mrs. Lipari holds a Doctoral degree in violin performance with a minor in orchestral conducting. She resides in Chicago with her husband and two children.