Violinist Mayumi Hiraga Wyrick is
currently a student of Nicholas Kitchen at the New England Conservatory of Music. Before moving to Boston, she studied with Axel Strauss at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and was a
member of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra as well as the San Domenico Orchestra da Camera with whom she has performed Saint-SaŽns Concerto No.3 and the Brahms Double Concerto.
She is a past winner of the Marin Music Chest scholarship award and won the instrumental award for the Robert Mondavi Young Artists Competition in 2007. As a
winner of the American Fine Arts Festival competition, she performed at Weill Hall in New York City. Mayumi has performed in the masterclasses of Glenn Dicterow, the
American, Daedalus, Alexander, Cavani and Takacs string quartets. She has participated in summer music programs such as Greenwood Music Camp and the Aspen Music Festival.
is the eldest daughter of Peter Wyrick and Amy Hiraga. She is Violin Soloist, playing the Brahms “Double Concerto for Violin and Cello.”
Cellist Mariko Hiraga Wyrick
, co-principal of the San Francisco Youth Orchestra was born in New York City in 1992. She is currently a student of Michael Grebanier.
Mariko is a senior at the San Francisco School of the Arts and was a member of the Orchestra da Camera with whom she has soloed in the Dvorak and the Brahms Double concertos.
She is a four time winner of the Marin Music Chest scholarship award and won the 2006 Stewart Brady Award for Excellence. As a winner of the American Fine Arts
Festival competition, she performed at Weill Hall in New York City. She has participated in the masterclasses of Lynn Harrell, Bonnie Hampton, Joel Krosnick,
Yoyo Ma, as well as the American, Daedelus, Chiara, and Alexander string quartets. Mariko has attended Greenwood Music Camp for the past four years.
Mariko, youngest daughter of Peter Wyrick and Amy Hiraga, is Cello Soloist, playing the Brahms “Double Concerto for Violin and Cello.”