Boris Zlatich, violinist
CONCERT: A Sonata Recital
February 06 – February 06, 1949
Boris Zlatich was born in Chicago, and although he is still very young, he has a long list of musical accomplishments to his credit. He has presented recitals throughout Chicago, and has been on two concert tours through ten states in the East and Midwest.
He is the winner of a scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music in New York City, where he studied this past summer. He has also won many other contests in competition with the best young musicians in the country, among them a scholarship contest conducted by the Chicago Artists' Association. Mr. Zlatich was also Illinois State and Central District winner of the Paul Lavalle National Scholarship Contest, and as a result of winning another contest, conducted by the Associated Concert Bureau of New York City, Mr. Zlatich appeared in New York's famed Carnegie Hall last year.
He is a graduate of University High School, and the College of the University of Chicago, where he was Concertmaster of the University Symphony Orchestra. He is now a pupil of George Perlman.