Violist Entela Baric is a native of Tirana, Albania. She has performed extensively throughout the New York metropolitan area as soloist and with chamber and orchestral ensembles. Her musical activities have taken her across North and South America, Europe, and Australia.
An active chamber musician, Entela participated in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Concerts and Lectures Series, Maiden Lane’s Arts in the Atrium Concert Series and Irish America Concert Series. As an orchestral musician she has performed with The New Philharmonic of New Jersey, Haddonfield Symphony, Jupiter Symphony, New Jersey Symphony and the Lyric Opera of New Jersey.
She has performed in many of the major concert halls of New York, including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, 92nd Street Y and Trinity Church. She has appeared in Chamber music recitals at the Weill Hall, where she was part of the Amici Piano Quartet performing the complete Brahms and Mozart Piano Quartets.
Ms. Barci has attended several music festivals including Spoleto Music festival, Tanglewood, Ravinia Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival, and Summit Music Festival.
Entela received a Bachelor of Music and a Masters degree in viola performance at the Juilliard School having studied with Eugene Becker and Samuel Rhodes.