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Apr. 20: Meet the Orchestra - Natalie Kemerer, Principal Bass

April 20, 2021

Meet Natalie KemererPrincipal Bass of the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, on Tuesday, April 20, in the next installment of our Meet the Orchestra Zoom series featuring Maestro Denis Mastromonaco and guests! These casual, interactive, free Zoom sessions 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: Natalie Kemerer, Tuesday, April 20, at 7:30pm. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Natalie has been playing bass with the Mississauga Symphony for more years than you can count on two hands, and then multiplied. When not traveling to rehearsal in Mississauga every Tuesday night, she can be found traveling by car and TTC to other orchestras, near and far. Hamilton Philharmonic, Esprit Orchestra, Chamber Music Society of Mississauga, Georgetown Bach Chorale, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Elora Festival, Mirvish musicals, Casino Rama, Kingston Symphony, Peterborough Symphony, and more recently, her living room and front porch (in 2020).

A graduate of Indiana University, for both Undergraduate and Master’s degrees, Natalie has decided to stick close to where she grew up. When not playing music, she busies herself with reading, biking, baking, and spending times outdoors with her family, in all seasons. Her favourite places are the family cottage on Georgian Bay and in eastern Newfoundland.

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