Ronald Gorevic has had a long and distinguished career as a performer and teacher, on both the violin and viola.
As a violist he has been a member of several well known string quartets, spanning over twenty years, and covering most of the quartet repertoire. He has toured throughout the U.S., Germany, Japan, Korea and Australia, and has also been broadcast on radio stations across the U.S., S. German and S.W. German radio, and the Australian Broadcast network.
As a violinist, Gorevic has performed recitals in major U.S. cities including New York, Chicago, Cleveland and Atlanta. He has also performed in London, where he gave the British premieres of pieces by Donald Erb and Ned Rorem.
Gorevic is currently on the faculty of Smith College, where he teaches both violin and viola. He has also been on the faculty of the Greenwood Summer Music Camp for the last 15 years. In addition to his teaching duties, he is in the process of arranging several well known violin concerti for the viola. His recent edition of the Mendelssohn violin concerto in E Minor, in an arrangement for viola and piano is available through Shar Music.
Gorevic is a founding member of the Prometheus Piano Quartet, with which he has recorded piano quartets of Saint-Saens and D’Indy for Centaur. He has also recorded for Koch International and Crystal records. His most recent recording, of Brahms clarinet quintet and trio in Brahms’s own arrangement for viola instead of clarinet, was released in June of 2010 on the Centaur label.