Cellist Eliana Razzino Yang has performed solo recitals in London, Philadelphia, New York City, Exeter, Paris, Helsinki, and Rome, and concertos with orchestras at the Incontri di Canna Music Festival, Temple University Pre-College, New England Suzuki Institute, and Musicopia Orchestra. She has also performed as part of Harrisburg’s Market Square rising star series, and has received first prizes in the Philadelphia All City Orchestra, Vivace, and Irving Ludwig competitions. Eliana has collaborated with members of the Vermeer, Tokyo, Audubon, Aizuri, Momenta, and Alcan string quartets, string trio Ensemble Epomeo, and the International Contemporary Ensemble. In 2015 she travelled to Budapest, Hungary, to play for composer György Kurtág and cellist Miklós Perényi and in 2016 she worked with composer George Crumb. She has performed in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center with the New York String Orchestra under the baton of Jaime Laredo. In the summer of 2018, Eliana will be returning to the Itzhak Perlman Music Program.