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Violon | Violin: Débutant, Intermédiaire, Avancé (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
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Biographie / Biography:
Certified Montreal Academy Teacher since 2010.
B.Mus McGill University
Kenny completed his Bachelor of Music (Performance) degree at McGill University in 2012 as a Schulich Scholar and received recognition for his “Outstanding Achievement in Violin Performance.” He furthered his studies at the Vancouver Academy of Music with Mark Fewer (former concertmaster of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra). Under the tutelage of Professor Fewer.
Over the course of his studies, Kenny received the Schulich Scholarship and ‘Valerie Wood Memorial Award in Music’ from McGill University and had the opportunity to perform in master classes with Martin Beaver, Axel Strauss and Rodney Friend (as part of the Montreal International Musical Competition). He also performed as the second violinist of the Duchow String Quartet under the direction of Professor André J. Roy. The quartet participated in the three editions of the McGill International String Quartet Academy, studying with renowned coaches such as Gerhard Schulz, Michael Tree, and Paul Katz. The quartet performed in master classes with Alfred Brendal and the Miro Quartet and was invited to perform at the Lakeshore Chamber Music Society and the St. James United Church Music Series.
Kenny has participated in many music festivals and programs including The Banff Centre, Scotia Festival of Music, New York University: Steinhardt’s String Quartet Program, as well as the Toronto Summer Music Academy & Festival. He has also been the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships including the Richmond Youth Arts Award, World Chinese Entrepreneur Convention ‘Special Talent Award’, and the B.C. Arts Council Scholarship.
This past year, Kenny played the season with the Appassionata Chamber Orchestra in Montreal and occasionally plays with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Laval Symphony Orchestra, Lachine Orchestra, and Trois-Rivières Symphony Orchestra. Recently, he had the privilege of performing in Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses with the Vancouver Film Orchestra, Michael Buble’s Crazy Love album, as well as in concert with Il Divo. In addition, Kenny recently performed the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the Richmond Orchestra and has performed as a soloist with the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra on several occasions.
Currently in his ninth year of teaching, Kenny has worked with students from a vast level and age range (from 5 to 50). He was the string orchestral coach at Matthew McNair Secondary and was affiliated with the Richmond Music School as a student teacher. Kenny was invited to teach several master classes at the Richmond Music School and at other violin studios in Richmond, B.C. In addition, he holds his own performance workshops every few months in Montreal.
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