A new article was recently posted in The New Yorker about Leila and her dedication to contemporary music.

It’s hard to say that classical music is dying when one of the world’s superstar violinists devotes her entire career to performing new music. “I’m almost one hundred per cent contemporary now,” Leila Josefowicz said recently. Her heartfelt new-music advocacy helped win her a MacArthur Fellowship, in 2008, and she will be out front in the world première of John Adams’s “Scheherazade.2,” with Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic this week (March 26-28)….

See the full article here.