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Ina Zdrovetchi



Ina Zdorovetchi is an American concert harpist of Eastern European descent currently serving as Associate Professor and Coordinator of Harp at Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

Established as soloist,  recitalist, and recording artist, she has been featured in Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and other internationally recognized venues and may also be heard performing as orchestral principal harpist with the Boston Pops, Portland Symphony, and Boston Lyric Opera. 

Career highlights include winning the top prize and multiple special awards at the 17th International Harp Contest in Israel (one of the world's most important harp competitions), appearing on recordings with artists such as Sting, Natalie Merchant, giving the world and European premieres of several concertos and chamber music works, and being granted the colloquially known "Genius" USA citizenship given to Foreigners with Extraordinary Ability in the Arts normally awarded to the likes of famous artists, Nobel Prize winners and public figures. 

In 2017, she was honored to receive Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Outstanding Music Faculty of the Year Award. 

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