Karen Langille has been a full time member of Symphony Nova Scotia since 1985, and is currently concertmaster of the Charlottetown Summer Festival Orchestra in Prince Edward Island.
A graduate of McGill University, Karen pursued studies in both modern and baroque violin. She is a founding member of both Réjouissance and Tempest, two Nova Scotian ensembles specializing in early music performance on period instruments, and has recorded for CBC Radio 2 both locally and nationally.
Karen has more than 30 years of teaching experience, and has taught all levels of students – from beginning students through to adult. She is a member of the NSRMTA, and has Suzuki training from institutes in Montreal and Ithaca, NY. Karen currently teaches in Halifax, Wolfville, and at King’s Edgehill school in Windsor.