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Eric Buchmann: Violin I  
Eric Buchmann

Eric Buchmann studied violin at the Conservatoire de Montréal and at the Université de Montréal where he earned a Bachelor of Music and a DESS degree. In 2001, he moved to Los Angeles to continue his studies at the University of Southern California. Two years later he joined the New World Symphony in Miami Beach where he played under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and many other music directors from all over the world. His violin teachers include Sonia Jelinkova, Vladimir Landsman, Jean-François Rivest, William Preucil and Martin Chalifour.

Eric Buchmann joined the first violins section of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 2006 and was appointed Assistant Concertmaster following auditions in 2009. Eric performs occasionally with the ESO as a soloist and is also a member of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble under the direction of Paul Schieman.

When not playing with the orchestra in Edmonton, you can find him with his family in Montreal or Switzerland. Traveling is one of his passions.

Virgina Gagné: Violin I  
Virgina Gagne

Born in Montréal, Virginie Gagné started to play the violin at age three and entered the Montréal Conservatory of Music at eight, where she later received the Bachelor degree with honours both in violin and chamber music. She pursued her Master of music studies at Rice University in Houston, Texas with violin teacher Sergiu Luca.

Virginie has received several prizes in violin at the Montréal Symphony Orchestra Competition, the Canadian Music Competition and the Canada New Music Competition, among others. Beside violin, she won the first Prize in Canada at the Desjardins International Development Competition, in the writing category.

Her orchestral experience includes concerts with Les Violons du Roy, I Musici de Montréal, the Houston Symphony Orchestra, and a one-year position, section first violin, with the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra. She was named to the First Violins of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra following auditions in April, 2006.

Broderyck Olson: Violin I  
Broderyck Olson

Broderyck (Broddy) Olson is the longest-serving current member of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, having joined in 1961. His first teacher was his father, Ray LeRoy Olson of the family-operated Olson Music School, who was one of the founding members of the ESO in 1952. Other teachers included Edgar Williams at Alberta College, Ivan Galamian and Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School of Music in New York, Thomas Rolston and Lawrence Fisher at the University of Alberta (where Mr. Olson attained his Bachelor and Master’s degrees). During the summers of 1970-75, Broddy Olson studied with Tadeusz Wronski at the Indiana School of Music. He was appointed Assistant Concertmaster of the ESO in 1966, and continues to hold that position to this day.

Mr. Olson has taught hundreds of violin students over the years, many of whom have gone on to professional careers (one such is the ESO’s own Robert Hryciw). Broddy Olson started teaching at a young age at the Olson Music School, and continued later at the Banff School of Fine Arts, the University of Alberta, and Alberta College. Presently, Mr. Olson teaches out of his home in southwest Edmonton. He was in the ESO for its legendary performance and recording in 1971 with Procol Harum, and was in the ESO for all 48 concerts of the ITV (now Global) In Concert series.

Broddy Olson is interested in all sports, and cheers loudly for our professional teams in Edmonton, but participates primarily as a golfer, being a member of the Royal Mayfair Golf Club. Since 1967, he has been married to “the greatest gal in the world,” Patty, who smiles and allows him his many indulgences.

Richard Caldwell: Violin I  
Richard Caldwell

Richard Caldwell has been a member of the ESO since 1973. He holds both Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Violin Performance from Western Michigan University. He has appeared with many performing arts organizations in and around Edmonton including The Edmonton Chamber Players Orchestra and the Arden Ensemble. In 1982 he established and conducted the Nova Musica Society which is a local amateur symphony orchestra. Mr. Caldwell was Concertmaster and one of the founders of ECHO, the Edmonton Chamber Orchestra.

Along with his wife, ESO cellist Gillian, Richard Caldwell formed the Rococo String Quartet in 1978, making it the longest standing freelance classical group in Edmonton. He is also the founder and Music Director of TEMPO, The Edmonton Medical Professions Orchestra, an Edmonton community string orchestra whose members are primarily medical professionals. TEMPO is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2009. In his spare time, Richard enjoys travel, golf, and 10 pin bowling.

Joanna Ciapka-Sangster: Violin I  
Joanna Ciapka-Sangster

A native of Poland, Joanna received her Masters Degree in Music Performance, in 1989, from Academy of Music in Poznan where she studied violin with Bartosz Bryla. Touring throughout Europe and Egypt she performed with various Polish orchestras including: the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Poznan, Baltic State Symphony Orchestra in Gdansk, Pagart Polish Performing Arts Agency in Warsaw and Polska Filharmonia Kameralna Chamber Orchestra in Sopot. She performed with such renowned conductors as Jerzy Maksymiuk, Wojciech Michniewski, Wojciech Rajski and Krzysztof Penderecki.

Joanna has lived in Edmonton since 1992 becoming a faculty member of the Society for Talent Education and member of various chamber orchestras. In 1994, Joanna joined the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (ESO) as a core player, after winning a 1st violin chair at the international audition. In 1995, she also became a core member of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble.

As a soloist, Joanna has performed with ESO and Concordia College Orchestra. She has been a member of numerous ensembles including: the Arden Ensemble, ECHO, Pro Coro Orchestra and the Polish Folk and Dance Ensemble, Polonez.

Her first love is playing in chamber groups and in 2005, together with her husband jazz composer and saxophonist Kent Sangster, founded the Obsessions Octet. In 2006, the octet released its debut CD Obsessions to rave reviews. Obsessions was nominated for a 2007 JUNO Award in the Contemporary Jazz Category and was awarded the Western Canadian Music Outstanding Jazz Recording of the Year Award. In the fall of 2009, the Obsessions Octet recorded their second CD Melodia to be released on March 7th, 2010.

Joanna also plays in an Obsessions String Quartet and Trio Con Brio. Since 2005 she has been involved in Contemporary Music Project with the Warszynski Trio and in 2007 they recorded the CD Devil’s Dance.

Over the years she has been very involved in Polish Culture Society of Edmonton and in 2008 Joanna joined its Board of Directors. As a hobby, Joanna hosts Music Corner on CJSR 88.5 FM’s Polish Radio Program (since 2004). She also enjoys gardening, traveling and spending time with Kent and their two kids, Adam and Kaja.

Alissa Cheung: Violin I  

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Anna Kozak: Violin I  
Anna Kozak

Anna Kozak joined the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 2001 after winning an international audition. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Toronto and a Master of Music degree from the University of Calgary.

Prior to coming to Edmonton Anna was performing with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Kensington Sinfonia, Red Deer Symphony, Okanagan Symphony and various traveling productions, as well as being a member of the Vad Ensemble and the Bell’arte String Quartet.

Anna is an active violinist on the Edmonton music scene. Besides ESO she is an assistant concertmaster of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and a member of the Onyx String Quartet. Some of the highlights of her last season were: playing solo at the Alberta Baroque Ensemble’s Chamber Concert; performing with the Onyx String Quartet and the Piazzolla Piano Trio at the ESO Showcase at Winspear; Recording a 2nd CD and performing at Yardbird Suite with the Obsessions Octet; playing solo with the Percussion Ensemble at the Alberta College; performing a full program recital with the Onyx String Quartet at Robertson-Wesley United Church and playing a duo concert with University of Calgary violin professor Edmond Agopian at the Contrasts Chamber Music Festival at the Rozsa Centre in Calgary.

Anna is looking forward to this season which will include a full program recital with the Onyx String Quartet at the St. Albert Chamber Music Recital Series on October 8, 2011; a solo performance of Bach’s Violin Concerto in A minor with the Alberta Baroque Ensemble on March 25, 2012 and the trip to the Carnegie Hall in New York City of course with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra on May 8, 2012.

Besides music Anna enjoys traveling, gardening and long walks with her husband and their Great Dane “George”.

Aiyana Anderson-Howatt: Violin I  

Aiyana Anderson is a graduate of the University of British Columbia where she received a Masters Degree in Music Performance. After a period of freelancing in Vancouver, Aiyana took up the position of Assistant Principal Second with Symphony Nova Scotia. Two years later, she returned to Edmonton, her home town, to join the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Besides orchestral playing, Aiyana also enjoys chamber music and teaching.

Lauren DeRoller: Violin I  

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Neda Yamach: Violin I  

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Dianne New: Violin II  
Dianne New

Dianne New is Principal Second Violin of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. She has been Concertmaster for the Arden Ensemble of St. Albert and the Canadian Touring Company of Phantom of the Opera, as well as for the Edmonton and National Youth Orchestras. Highly regarded as a chamber musician, Dianne has been featured in such series as the University of Alberta's Encounter Concerts, the Edmonton New Music Festival, and with other members of the Debut String Quartet, who were Canada's first finalists in the Banff International String Quartet Competition. Having begun to study violin at age 3 and joining the ESO at age 18, almost all her life has been spent as an active member of Edmonton's music community.

Susan Flook: Violin II  
Susan Flook

A native of Sudbury Ontario, Susan Flook received a Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of Western Ontario. Upon graduating she won a position with Orchestra London Canada. In 1987 Ms Flook won a position in the first violin section of the Edmonton Symphony and in 1994 she became Assistant Principal Second Violin. Susan Flook is also the Concertmaster of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble.

Heather Bergen: Violin II  

Heather Bergen began violin lessons at a young age in Abbotsford, B.C. She studied with Walter Neufeld, completing her ARCT in 1984 and enjoying orchestral experiences with the Vancouver Youth Orchestra. Heather attended Canadian Mennonite Bible College in Winnipeg, receiving her Bachelor of Church Music in 1987 while continuing violin lessons with Arthur Polson. In the summer of 1987 she married Paul Bergen and moved to Edmonton where she attended the University of Alberta. Here she had the good fortune to study with Norman Nelson, finishing Bachelor and Masters degrees while appreciating many and varied chamber and orchestral opportunities. Heather and Paul have 2 children with whom they enjoy reading, watching Iron Chef and playing Dutch Blitz.

Pauline Bronstein: Violin II  

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Robert Hryciw: Violin II  
Robert Hryciw

Robert Hryciw, a native Edmontonian, has been a member of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra since 1975. A graduate of the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Music, he studied with Lawrence Fisher and Thomas Rolston. Prior to that, his teachers included Broderyck Olson, Alexander Nicol and David Martin. He has also been a member of the Canadian Chamber Orchestra (Banff), the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and the Edmonton Chamber Orchestra (ECHO). Robert has taught Suzuki violin for the Society for Talent Education since 1977 and has served as their Program Coordinator and Co-Music Director. In addition he is on the music faculty of the Suzuki Charter School and has also adjudicated festivals and taught at summer music camps. Robert’s wife Theresa is an active accompanist and piano teacher. They have three children – Aaron, Anna and Lisa.

Zoë Sellers: Violin II  
Zoe Sellers

A native of Edmonton, Zoë Sellers has played second violin with the ESO since 1985. Zoë launched her musical career right here in Edmonton at the ripe old age of 3 with Yoko Oike Wong. She discovered her enjoyment of orchestral playing with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada during the summers of 1981/1982 and decided to make it her career. Along with her work with the ESO Zoë teaches violin, and enjoys playing for weddings and other happy occasions with Rococo Strings. In her spare time she enjoys trips to Jasper for biking and hiking with her husband Jim and their chocolate Labrador retriever, Buddy.

Murray Vaasjo: Violin II  

Murray Vaasjo was born and raised in Edmonton and attended the University of Alberta where he received a Bachelor of Music degree. Since then he has been a member of the Okanagan Symphony and the Victoria Symphony. He returned to Edmonton in 1990 and joined the Edmonton Symphony and the Alberta Baroque Ensemble. He has been a member of the Arden Ensemble, National Youth Orchestra of Canada, Edmonton Youth Orchestra, and has studied with Sally Thomas in Meadowmount, New York and with Shirley Givens and Sidney Humphries in Victoria. Murray is active as a teacher and is the founder of the Sherwood Park Youth Strings.

Tatiana Warszynski: Violin II  

A native of Poland and a graduate of Gdansk Conservatory, Tatiana Warszynski has performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra since 1984. She has participated in a number of International Summer Master Classes and has performed with the Chamber Music Orchestra (Gdansk), the von Karajan Youth Chamber & Symphony Orchestra Festival (Berlin), State Philharmonic Orchestra (Gdansk) and the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra (Germany). Tatiana has performed on numerous occasions with the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and participates in chamber music performances in the Edmonton area.

Stefan Jungkind: Viola  
Stefan Jungkind

Stefan Jungkind was born in London, England and started violin and piano lessons there before moving to Edmonton at the age of 12. He took violin lessons from the late Mr. Ranald Shean for many years while finishing school and completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics at the University of Alberta. He started playing viola in small ensembles when needed. Stefan's musical education continued in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Academy of Music while he completed a Masters Degree in Mathematics. He further developed his viola playing in quartets and as principal violist in the UBC orchestra, the Vancouver Academy Strings and the National Youth Orchestra.

Returning his focus to the violin, he continued his musical education at the University of Cincinnati before winning the position of concertmaster for the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra. Prior to joining the first violin section of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 1986, Stefan spent two years at the Banff Centre participating in the Advanced Music Studies program.

Personal highlights of Stefan's musical career have included violin solo performances with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic and the ESO, as well as numerous chamber music performances both as violinist and violist with outstanding fellow musicians in Banff, Edmonton, Cincinnati and Vancouver. Since taking on the position of Principal Viola with the ESO in 1997, Stefan has been a soloist on the viola with the orchestra and has focused his chamber music energies to viola playing. As a teacher, Stefan continues to encourage a strong class of both violin and viola players.

Outside of music, Stefan maintains a keen and enthusiastic appreciation for wildlife and the outdoors. He is an avid bird watcher and actively participates in bird conservation. Stefan is married to ESO violinist Debra Belmonte and they have two musical children - Alban (b. 1989) who plays violin and Kendra (b. 1991) who plays cello. Stefan and Debra are founding members of Quartetto Capilano - an ensemble that has given numerous private and public performances in the Edmonton area since 1987. In 2004, Stefan and Debra along with colleagues in Calgary initiated a chamber music series Sempre la Musica which presents concert programs in Edmonton and Calgary featuring musicians from both cities.

Charles Pilon: Viola  
Charles Pilon

Violist and violinist Charles Pilon studied with Sonia Jeinkova at Montréal’s Marianapolis College. He earned a Bachelor of Music from McGill University under Mauricio Fuks before further studies at the University of Southern California’s Advanced Studies program with Robert Lipett. During his time at USC, he also studied with David Cerone at the Encore School of Strings and Roman Totenberg at Kneizel Hall. His viola mentors are former ESO Principal Viola Nick Pulos, and pedagogue Thomas Riebel at the Salzburg Mozarteum.

Mr. Pilon has played for CBC Young Artists in Concert, and joined Orchestra London (Ontario) in the First Violin section (2003/04) before joining the Edmonton Symphony’s First Violins for the 2004/05 season. He successfully auditioned as Assistant Principal Viola of the ESO for the start of the 2005/06 season. Since his arrival in Edmonton, he has been active in the local music scene. He has performed as a soloist with the Alberta Baroque Ensemble, and co-founded Quartett Enterprise in 2009. Mr. Pilon has received grants from the Québec Council of the Arts, and the Alberta Arts Foundation. In his spare time, he enjoys meditation, hot yoga, and salsa dancing.

Rhonda Henshaw: Viola  

A native of Edmonton, Rhonda Henshaw joined the ESO in 2002. Rhonda holds a Bachelor of Music with distinction from the University of Calgary, and she graduated with an Artist Diploma from the Vancouver Academy of Music, where she studied under Gerald Stanick. Rhonda's studies have also taken her to the Banff Centre for the Arts, studying with Karen Tuttle. Rhonda's orchestra experience includes the National Academy Orchestra, the Okanogan Symphony, the Vancouver Island Symphony, as well as Asian and several European tours as a member of the Jeunesses Musicales World Youth Orchestra.

Bonnie Yeager: Viola  

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Mikiko Kohjitani: Viola  

Mikiko studied at the Toho Music University (Tokyo), with Pablo Casals Fes in Puerto Rico, and at Western Ontario University. She was awarded a Canada Council grant to study chamber music in Salzburg, and study Viola with Bruno Giuranna in Sienna, Italy. Mikiko has played with the Honolulu Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, Toronto Chamber and National Ballet. She is a member of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble.

Andrew Bacon: Viola  

Andrew Bacon has performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra since 1988. Andrew moved to Edmonton and began violin lessons at the age of 7. At the age of 13 he became a violist. He played with several youth orchestras including the All-City Orchestra, Edmonton Youth Orchestra and National Youth Orchestra. Andrew received his B.A. from the University of Alberta and L.Mus. from McGill University where he studied with Stephen Kondaks. After graduation he played as a casual musician with the ESO for two years and with the viola section of Orchestra London Canada for three seasons. Other interests include bow rehairing and repair, modern poetry, films, cycling and zymurgy.

Colin Ryan: Cello  
Colin Ryan

Colin Ryan graduated from McGill University in Montréal and continued his studies in the United States and in Europe. He was the Principal Cellist of the New Chamber Orchestra of Canada in Toronto before joining the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in the same capacity. He has also performed with the Orford String Quartet, the Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Vancouver and the World Philharmonic Orchestra, an orchestra comprised exclusively of principal players of orchestras from around the world. He has appeared as soloist with the Edmonton Symphony, the Alberta Baroque Ensemble, and other chamber orchestras in Edmonton.

Colin was invited to join the National Arts Centre Orchestra for a summer season as Guest Principal Cellist and also plays baroque cello and viola da gamba.

Sheila Laughton: Cello  
Sheila Laughton

Sheila Laughton grew up in a large musical family in Ontario. After earning degrees in English Literature at Oberlin College and Music Performance at the University of Toronto, Sheila assumed the position of Principal Cellist with the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra in Halifax. Since 1975, she has held the chair of Assistant Principal Cello with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and has played two summer seasons with the Rome Opera Orchestra. She is also active as a cello teacher, a role which she very much enjoys. Sheila and her husband Wei Yew, a graphic designer, have four daughters.

Ronda Metszies: Cello  
Ronda Metszies

Ronda Metszies was born and raised in Edmonton, where she studied cello with Sheila Laughton. After receiving her Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of Victoria, she continued her studies in Edmonton with Tanya Prochazka and then in Germany and Austria, where she worked with Julius Berger, Friedrich Sellheim and Heinrich Schiff.

Ms. Metszies has released two CDs of music for cello and piano on the Arktos label, both of which are frequently played on CKUA and CBC radio, as well as a music video for Bravo! Television. Before moving back to Edmonton, Ronda was living in Los Angeles, where she performed regularly at the University of Southern California and in several local chamber music recital series. In addition to playing with the ESO, Ronda has a special interest in early music, and is a member of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble. She is also a member of Kent Sangster’s Obsessions Octet, whose debut jazz CD was nominated for a Juno Award in 2007.

Gillian Caldwell: Cello  

Gillian Caldwell came to Edmonton in 1977 to join the cello section of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Prior to that, her studies took her to the Guildhall School of Music in London, England, McGill University in Montréal and Peabody University in Baltimore, Maryland. With her husband Richard, ESO violinist since 1973, they formed the Rococo String Quartet, the (now defunct) Edmonton Chamber Orchestra and more recently the Edmonton Medical Professions Orchestra. Ms Caldwell is an avid old house renovator and teaches many adult amateur cellists. She is presently also serving her third term as a member of the ESS Board of Directors.

Derek Gomez: Cello  
Derek Gomez

Derek Gomez was born and raised in Vancouver. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Music where he studied with Vladimir Orloff. He performed with the Thunder Bay Symphony and Windsor Symphony before joining the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 1984.

In addition to performing chamber music and playing for film scores and commercials, Mr. Gomez has been involved in recordings for CBC, the National Film Board and private studios in Edmonton. He and other members of the Debut String Quartet were Canada's first finalists in the Banff International String Quartet Competition.

Other interests include computers and running. He is an award-winning website designer. Derek participates annually in the ESO's Beat Beethoven road race as either a runner or musician and has enjoyed taking part in the Jasper/Banff Relay race.

His instrument is made from carbon fibre. It was designed and produced by cellist Luis Leguia, a 40-year veteran of the Boston Symphony.

Derek Gomez Photo: Marnie Joe Gomez

Victor Pipkin: Cello  
Victor Pipkin

Victor has performed in many parts of the world. He has chosen to make Edmonton his home because of the high standard of living in Edmonton, and the proximity of the Rocky Mountains, where he spends much of his free time climbing.

Jan Urke: Double Bass  
Jan Urke

A graduate of the University of Toronto and a former student of Tom Monohan, Jan Urke continued his studies at Banff Centre with Stuart Knussen. He has performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra since 1980. He has freelanced with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, National Ballet Company, the Canadian Opera Company and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. He is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Double Bass at the University of Alberta, and served for a number of summers at Banff Centre as a resource artist. Jan enjoys photography, mountain biking and cross country skiing.

John Taylor: Double Bass  

Originally from Yorkshire, England, John Taylor has performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra since 1983. John attended the University of Toronto Faculty of Music and is a graduate of the Orchestral Training Program at the Royal Conservatory. He has been the recipient of scholarships enabling him to attend the American Federation of Musicians Congress of Strings in Seattle, masterclasses at the Banff School of Fine Arts, National Youth Orchestra and Canadian Chamber Orchestra. He has performed with the Thunder Bay Symphony, Orchestra London Canada, Hamilton Philharmonic, Canadian Opera Company and the Toronto Symphony. John is the Section Head of the Bass Department at the Music program at Grant MacEwan Community College. He is married to violist Kathy Hogan and they have four children.

Janice Quinn: Double Bass  

Janice Quinn, a native of Edmonton has been a member of the ESO since 1995. She began her studies at the early age of three on the violin and at four attempted the cello. At six years of age she saw the light and began playing the bass with instruction from her mum - Paddy Brine.

Janice continued with the bass as well as playing viola in the Edmonton Public String Program. A constant competitor in the Kiwanis Festival, she won several awards including the Provincial Finals and was guest soloist at the Night of Music. Janice attended Interlochen Arts Academy and the summertime National Music Camp in northern Michigan for three years during her high school years. She studied under Tom Knific, Winston Budrow and Larry Hurst.

After Interlochen, Janice studied in New York at the Juilliard School where she attained both Bachelor and Masters degrees of Music studying under John Schaeffer and Homer Mensch. While in New York Janice freelanced with several groups. Her playing opportunities included chamber recitals, touring with a Light Opera Company as well as work on and Off-Broadway. She taught throughout her college years and continues to teach in Edmonton.

Janice is married to clarinetist David Quinn, also a member of the Orchestra and they enjoy skiing, biking and spending time with their dogs.

Rhonda Taft: Double Bass  

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Rob Aldridge: Double Bass  
Rob Aldridge

Edmonton's own Rob Aldridge began studies on the double bass with Patricia Brine as a young boy. He then studied with John Taylor at Grant MacEwan College where he was schooled in jazz and popular music forms.

He completed his Bachelor of music at McGill University and a Masters in music performance from Yale University. Mr. Aldridge was a part time professor at the University of Ottawa as well as a freelance musician in various orchestras prior to joining the ESO.

Rob loves good food and is a big fan of Belgian beer. He is looking forward to exploring Edmonton's restaurants with his fiancée Joanne Yu. Rob likes world politics, sports, exercise and good company.

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