Natasha Chornesky co-founded a wedding photography company writeshot.com out of Los Angeles.
She says the following, “Just touching base to let you know that the company I founded, WriteShot, has been receiving a ton of press. So much of what we do is based in what I learned at Willy, from George Ewing, mostly.”
Noted violinist Erin Keefe ’98, who in 2008 had a day named after her by the City of Northampton, recently appeared on PBS as part of the Live from Lincoln Center series. As a member of the prestigious Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, she performed in String Sextet by Brahms. Now in its 35th season, Live From Lincoln Center makes performances by Lincoln Center’s great artists accessible to home viewers across the United States.
A graduate of The Williston Northampton School, The Curtis Institute, and The Juilliard School, Erin has been hailed by The New York Times as “an impressive violin soloist.” Winner of the 2006 Avery Fisher Career Grant, she is quickly establishing a reputation and earning praise as a compelling artist who is “among the top violinists of her generation” (The Albuquerque Journal).
Erin will return to her home turf of Northampton, MA, to perform Brahms’ Double Concerto in A minor and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor with the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra on May 21, 2011, at the Academy of Music. She also has upcoming performances in Sarasota Springs, Boston, Minneapolis, and elsewhere.
Williston Northampton alumni, faculty, staff, and friends enjoyed a night of fun at the Cellar Bar in downtown Easthampton. Visit the Williston Northampton Alumni Association Facebook page to see photos of the fun times had by all.