There’s a chance Thursday night (Nov. 24) to have an intimate musical encounter with talented young Canadian violinist Véronique Mathieu at the Telus Centre’s black-box Conservatory Theatre.
(The photo shows her with the 1715 Dominicus Montagnana violin she was awarded in 2009 from the Canada Council’s old-master Instrument Bank).
She has been named a Fellow of the Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould Professional School, and it looks like she will play a program of contemporary music — something she is making a specialty.
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Mathieu is a member of the Trio Micheletti, with cellist André Micheletti and pianist Jasmin Arakawa. To give you a taste of that side of Mathew’s work, here they are performing Circulo by Joaquín Turina (1888-1949):