Peris, prize-winner at Warsaws International Chopin Competition, has made
several concert appearances through the world. She has played with American orchestras,
including the Washington National Symphony, the Baltimore and Houston Symphony
orchestras, and with orchestras in Europe, Israel and Australia. She has also
performed at Avery Fisher Hall in New Yorks Lincoln Center and the Filene
Center of Wolf Trap, Virginia.
She was invited by the Secretary-General
of the United Nations to play at the concert marking the 22nd anniversary of Human
Rights Day and has appeared in solo recitals in London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Cologne
and other European cities.
In 1982, Ms. Peris toured China
and gave recitals in Beijing, Shanghai and other mainland cities. Following ehse
were tours of the former Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.
In 1983 she was invited to play at the Prague Spring Festival.
Peris work in broadcasting includes radio and television programs recorded
for the BBC and ITV as well as for Germanys radio and TV network. She has
also been a frequent guest on Belgiums BRT Radio Three program.
Peris is currently Associate Professor of Music at the George Washington University
in Washington, DC, serves on the Board of Directors of the Dumbarton Concert
Series and reviews concerts for the Washington Post.
1993, Ms. Peris was honored by the country of her birth, Sri Lanka, with the nations
highest award for excellence in the arts.
appreciated especially the musical quality of the playing. Malinee Peris has given
a very refined interpretation of this French music. I will broadcast this CD (BR127)
on the Radio Station Klara (the Classic Radio of Flanders), so a lot of Belgian
Radio listeners will enjoy the playing by Malinee Peris.
Gool, Producer VRT (Belgian Radio and Television)
Malinee Peris CD's, BR 138 and BR148
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