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Meet the Orchestra: Concertmaster, Corey Gemmell

March 25, 2021

Meet Corey Gemmell, Concertmaster of the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, on Wednesday, March 31, in the fourth installment of our Meet the Orchestra Zoom series featuring Maestro Denis Mastromonaco and guests! These casual, interactive, free Zoom chats are perfect opportunities to learn about featured instruments, listen to short performances, and take part in Q & A sessions with members of Canada's leading hybrid orchestra. Meet the Orchestra: Concertmaster, Corey Gemmell, Wednesday, March 31 at 7:30pm. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

A native of Hamilton, Ontario, Corey has distinguished himself as a soloist and chamber musician with performances in CanadaGermany, the United States and China. Concerto appearances include performances of such works as Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, the Mendelssohn Violin ConcertoMozart’s Sinfonia Concertante, the Beethoven Triple Concerto, the Beethoven Violin ConcertoSibelius' Violin Concerto, the Brahms Violin Concerto and the Brahms Concerto for Violin and Cello. 20th Century solos with orchestra include Mozetich’s Affairs of the Heart for Violin and Orchestra and Vaughn Williams’ The Lark Ascending.

Mr. Gemmell is concertmaster of the Mississauga Symphony OrchestraSymphony Hamilton Orchestra and the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra.  He has also performed in this role with the Boris Brott National Academy OrchestraToronto Mendelssohn Choir Orchestra, and Esprit Orchestra.  He performs frequently with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra.

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