Marcolivia Classical Chamber



Marc Ramirez and Olivia Hajioff
202 S.W. Tapawingo Road
Vienna, VA 22180


Duo Concerts $1,000–$2,000
Concertos & Double
Concertos with Orchestra $1,000–$2,000
Education/Master Classes
Residency Programs $750–$2,000

Performance series and master class series rates are negotiable. Travel included. Accommodations not included.


Throughout the year


Standard concert stage lighting.


Duo concerts and concertos: All ages

Master classes, lectures, residencies: Serious amateur, conservatory level student, or advanced middle and high school student.

Introduction to duo and chamber music: Primarily for middle and high school level performers.


Marc Ramirez and Olivia Hajioff form the violin and violin/viola duo Marcolivia. The duo has performed chamber music at the Kennedy Center, the Ravinia Festival, Merkin Hall, Symphony Space in Manhattan, as well as Carnegie Hall. The artists were invited to perform at Chamber Music America's Marathon Concert in New York alongside the Juilliard Quartet. In addition, Marcolivia was the only chamber music finalist in the 2000 Concert Artists Guild Competition.

The artists have performed and taught at festivals in the US, Japan, Italy and England and are on the roster of the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage Artists. In 2011, Marcolivia was invited to be founding members of the Phillips Camerata – a chamber ensemble in residence at the Phillips Collection and the National Gallery. They are regularly featured on NPR's "Performance Today" and "Front Row Washington."  Over 50 live audio and video links can be found on YouTube: Marcolivia.  Please also see the Marcolivia Facebook Page for performance updates.


Special programs feature folk and klezmer duos from Eastern Europe, France and Israel. Concerts of Baroque music, 20th century music,  jazz, bebop, latin and family-friendly programs are also offered. Programs can incorporate Q/A sessions and discussions of the works.


Marcolivia offers master classes, lecture-recitals and workshops for children, college students and adults.


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