Connor Cornick is a cellist and teacher based in Halifax, NS. Connor completed his undergraduate studies at Acadia University and is a graduate of Memorial University where he completed his M.Mus in cello performance. Connor has extensive performing experience, both...Learn More
Tim received his Bachelor of Music in Composition and Piano from Dalhousie University in Halifax , and a Masters of Music in Contemporary Improvisation from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston . In Halifax, Tim has been active in both the performance and teaching of improvised and...Learn More
Max Fleischman took his formative training in piano with Beatrice Allen (a student of James Friskin and Nadia Reisenberg). He then pursued further piano studies with Nelita True, Gabriel Chodos and Carmen Vilá, and historical keyboard studies with David Breitman, Malcolm Bilson ...Learn More
Lauren Klien grew up in Halifax and studied violin with Jan Wicha and was a member of NSYO, HSSO, and the MCPA Chamber Orchestra. She received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Victoria with Sharon Stanis. In Halifax, she has performed with Symphony Nova Scotia, St. George’s Consort, and currently serves as principal second for the Chebucto Symphony Orchestra...Learn More
Hornist Mary Lee trained at the University of Toronto, in the city where she was born and raised. Her primary teachers were Wayne Jeffrey, Eugene Rittich, and Iman Soetemann at the Utrecht Conservatory, where Mary studied after completing her undergraduate degree. She received...Learn More
Suzanne Lemieux was the Principal Oboe of Symphony Nova Scotia. She has performed as guest soloist with Symphony Nova Scotia in more than twenty different programs and delighted audiences with repertoire from all eras of classical music, from baroque to contemporary...Learn More
Rod MacGillivray (B.Mus. M.Mus.) is a conductor and low brass musician from Bridgewater, NS performing on trombone, euphonium, and tuba. He holds a Bachelor of Music from Mount Allison University, a Master of Music from Temple University in Philadelphia, and has ...Learn More
Daniel MacNeil is a multiple award-winning guitarist, composer, and educator. He has performed across Canada and Spain as a soloist, in chamber music settings, and with professional symphony orchestras, including: the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Calgary...Learn More
An active performer in Halifax and beyond, Matt Richard completed his master’s degree in trumpet performance at the University of Victoria under Lou Ranger, formerly of the American Brass Quintet. He has appeared in concert with Nova Sinfonia, Scotia Brass, Opera Nova Scotia...Learn More
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