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About the KSO

Members of the Orchestra

Strings

Alexander Gangurean, Concertmaster
Nakwon Choi, Principal Violinist
Sophia Wang, Violin*
Yolanda Tang, Violin*
Katelyn Xie, Violin*
Chelesea Kwong, Violin*
Tom Pan, Violin*
Olga Petrashkevich, Violin
Erick Oliver Wawrzkiewicz, Violin
Viktorya Dikoushina, Violin
Sona Kaltagian, Violin
Marie-Andrée Gray, Violin
Ruth-Ann Yiu, Violin
Lilit Zakarian, Violin
Olga Kostianiuk, Violin
Eskender Bekmambetov, Violin
Bokyoung Evet Kim, Violin
Clare Pellerin, Violin
Regina Kim, Violin
Min-Hi Choi, Violin
Frank Fan, Violin
Velma Ko, Violin
George Chen, Violin
(vacant), Violin

Valentina Tchaikovsky, Principal Viola
Angelina Sievers, Viola*
Valeria Koroleva, Viola
Natalia Laribi, Viola
Emma Vachon-Tweney, Viola
Ruth Cheng, Viola
Sarah de Niverville, Viola
Fanny Tang, Viola
Jimin Shin, Viola
Matthew Chan, Viola
(vacant), Viola

Hee Yeon Kim, Principal Cello
Daniel Jiang, Cello*
Austin Dong, Cello*
Lusine Navoyan, Cello
Gayane Sahakyan, Cello
Brenton Chan, Cello
Austin Chao, Cello
Faina Sosedova, Cello
Seol-Hee Choi, Cello

(vacant), Cello

David Gustilov, Principal Contrabass
Tim Fitzgerald, Contrabass
Lisa Haddock, Contrabass
Ching Ping Lin, Contrabass
Sara Lukjanovs, Contrabass
Matthew Donnelly, Contrabass
(vacant),
Contrabass

Woodwinds

Rodney Gray, Principal Flute
Jennine Garda, Associate Principal Flute
Tina Jia, Flute/Piccolo

Helen Graham
, Principal Oboe
Giovanni Alonzi
, Associate Principal Oboe
Eric Chow, English Horn

Carmen Gassi, Principal Clarinet
Leonard Corsini, Associate Principal Clarinet Ken Fudurich, Bass Clarinet

Patrick Headley, Principal Bassoon
Daniel Leibovitch, Associate Principal Bassoon
Tom Kelimbet, Contrabassoon

Brass and Percussion

(vacant), Principal Horn
Rebecca Whiteside, Associate Principal Horn
Darryl Dinniwell, Horn
Donald G. Bastian, Horn

(vacant), Principal Trumpet
(vacant), Associate Principal Trumpet
Brian Lo, Trumpet
Richard Lu, Trumpet

Leon Racine, Principal Trombone
(vacant), Associate Principal Trombone
Jonah Shapiro, BassTrombone
Christina Caccavella, Principal Tuba

Bruce Reid, Principal Timpani
Paul M. Mouradian, Principal Percussion

Antonia de Wolfe, Répétiteur


Alexander Gangurean
Alexander Gangurean
Concertmaster

Emerging from musical family, Alexander Gangurean graduated from the State University of Music in Moldova, where he was taught by the leading professors from acclaimed Odessa’s Stolyarski School and world-wide known Moscow State Conservatoire. Alexander joined the National Opera Theatre of Moldova where he worked for 7 years touring in Italy, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, United Kingdom and Ireland. During this period Alexander was also a guest musician of the National Symphony orchestra and the founder of quartet “Ad Libitum”, which performed nationally as well as in Italy and Cyprus. From early 2000 he joined one of the leading Touring Opera Companies in the UK where he worked until he moved to Toronto. Alexander is known as a member of many orchestras across GTA and is also an active violin teacher. In Toronto, he was a Concertmaster for productions of Puccini’s La Boheme, Tosca, Madama Butterfly; Verdi’s Il Trovattore, Aida, La Traviata, Nabucco; Bizet’s Carmen, Tchaikovski’s Eugene Onegin, Iolanta as well as in numerous symphonic programs.

Nakwon Choi
Nakwon Choi
Principal Violins II

Nakwon Choi started studying the violin at the age of 10 at Yewon School and later at the Seoul Arts High School. After moving to the United States, he entered the Peabody Conservatory in 2013 and started his study under Professor Victor Danchenko, and to continue studying with him, Nakwon transferred to the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music, in 2016. During his Peabody years, Nakwon was invited to perform on various stages both inside and outside the Peabody Institute. Some of the performances included Korean Graduate Students Association Recital at Johns Hopkins University in February 2015 and serial recitals performing selections from Mozart and Brahms sonatas in April 2015. Nakwon was invited to perform in annual Peace Concerts Tour for Israel and Palestine in November 2015 and November 2016 in Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and Ramallah, performing in front of both Israeli and Palestinian audiences and conducting masterclasses in Bethlehem, Palestine. At Glenn Gould School Nakwon has served as a concertmaster and a principal of the Royal Conservatory Orchestra under the baton of Tito Munoz, Johannes Debus, Tania Miller, and Bramwell Tovey. He is also a designated music theory tutor at the Glenn Gould School and at the Taylor Academy. Nakwon uses a violin built by Paulus Castello in 1781. He has attended masterclasses conducted by Young-Uck Kim, Stephan Picard, Sungjoo Lee, Soovin Kim, Martin Beaver, Shlomo Mintz, and Miriam Fried.

Sophia Wang
Sophia Wang
Violin*

Sophia began studying piano at the age of 5, voice at the age of 6, and violin at the age of 7. Within 2 years, she passed with first class honours Grade 6 violin examinations at the Royal Conservatory of Music. She also passed Grade 8 piano examinations with first class honours with distinction and Grade 4 vocal examinations with first class honours. Sophia has been awarded the 2016 Gold Medal of the Royal Conservatory of Music. She is also the recipient of scholarships from the Kiwanis Musical Festival, as well as of many trophies and awards from several musical festivals and competitions. Sophia is an avid chess player and has won 2nd place at the Ontario Youth Chess Championship U10 Girls in 2016; she has attained the Dan in Taekwondo Black Belt and also enjoys reading, dancing, drawing, and science.

Tom Pan
Tom Pan
Violin*

Ian Tong (Tom) Pan began studying violin at the age of 7, has passed the Grade 10 Royal Conservatory of Music examination with honors and is currently working towards his ARCT in Violin performance. He has won first place at the North York Music Festival and is currently attending the IB program at Bayview Secondary School. In his spare time, Tom likes to read and play sports.

Yolanda Tang
Yolanda Tang
Violin*

Yolanda Tang began learning violin at the age of 8. She was a member of Mooredale Youth Orchestras for several years and has performed in numerous concerts. Yolanda also begun studying the piano at the age of 6 and has completed level 10 of the Royal Conservatory of Music. Currently, Yolanda is an IB student at Cardinal Carter Catholic High school. During her leisure time, Yolanda enjoys swimming, jogging, reading and badminton.

Chelsea Kwong
Chelsea Kwong
Violin*

Chelsea started learning piano at the age of 6 and violin at the age of 8. As part of her high school’s symphony orchestra she performed in numerous concerts while winning many awards in various inter-school competitions. She has passed the Grade 10 violin examination at the Royal Conservatory of Music. Chelsea appreciates various athletic activities and is an experienced swimmer She has won medals in inter-school swimming competitions and also enjoys track-and-field and badminton.

Katelyn Xie
Katelyn Xie
Violin*

Katelyn Xie has been studying the violin with Ms. Crystal Ye for 4 years.  In 2019, she has passed the Royal Conservatory of Music level 8 violin and level 8 theory examinations. IN addition to violin, she is also studying singing and and saxophone. She is a member of the violin section at the ACPS orchestra as well as of the OCMS Youth Orchestra.


Valentina Tchaikovsky
Valentina Tchaikovsky
Principal Viola

Valentina Tchaikovsky has graduated with a Master in Music in viola performance from the Stefan Njaga Conservatory of Music in Kishinev, Moldova and with a Bachelor in strings pedagogy from the Muzichesku Institute of Music. Ms. Tchaikovsky has won the First Prize ”Best Performer” in the Moldova Music Contest and the Second Prize in the All Union Music Contest, Russia. She has worked as a principal viola in the National Opera Moldova for 17 Years while performing with Opera and Ballet orchestras in England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Spain and France. Ms. Tchaikovsky was the Principal viola of the Mississauga Royal Opera Canada and Principal Viola of the Bellcanto Opera. In addition, she has also performed with the North York Symphony Orchestra and the Oshawa Symphony Orchestra.

Angelina Sievers
Angelina Sievers
Viola*

Angelina Sievers plays viola, violin, and piano. She has completed Grade 7 of the Royal Conservatory of Music exams for viola and violin with first class honours and distinction. In 2016, Angelina achieved the Gold Medal Award for RCM Grade 6 viola for the 2015 academic year. In 2016, she achieved third place honours in Grade 7 strings at the Ontario Music Festivals Association Provincial Competition. Angelina is a Grade 5 student at Greensborough Public School in Markham, and in addition to music enjoys running, swimming, reading and drawing.

Hee Yeon Kim
Hee Yeon Kim
Principal Cello

Korean-born cellist Hee Yeon Kim completed her Honours Bachelor of Music Performance at Wilfrid Laurier University, where she studied with Paul Pulford. Ms Kim was awarded several prizes and awards, and has participated in many music festivals in Canada. Over the years, Ms. Kim has had master classes working with many distinguished artists including Colin Carr, Richard Aaron, and Philippe Muller. As a chamber musician, Ms. Kim has performed Piano Trio concert at KWCMS with her Trio, Karfour Trio. Ms. Kim graduated with Artist Diploma Program from the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where she studies with David Hetherington.

Daniel Jiang
Daniel Jiang
Cello*

Daniel Jiang began playing piano at the age of 4, and completed Level 10 of the Royal Conservatory of Music in 2016. Fascinated by the beautiful tone of the cello, Daniel decided to begin studying when he was 9 years old. He is currently preparing for the Royal Conservatory of Music Level 10 examinations. Meanwhile, Daniel joined the CAST Youth Orchestra where he performed for the last 4 years and the CISMF All-Ontario Orchestra where he played for another 3 years. He was appointed principal cellist of the CASTYO and CISMF in 2018 and 2019. Daniel won various awards at many Music competitions for both Piano and Cello. He enjoys performing with other musicians to share his passion for classical music.

Austin Dong
Austin Dong
Cello*

Austin Dong is a very passionate, enthusiastic, and artistic matured cellist who has been studying under the tutelage of Guocheng Xia. In 2019, Austin won a 2nd place at the Crescendo International Little Mozarts music competition and performed at Carnegie Hall in New York.

David Gustilov
David Gustilov
Principal Contrabass

David Gustilov earned his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan studying with Steven Mc Lelland. He then attended Indiana University to earn a Masters of Performance with Bruce Bransby, as well as an Artist Diploma from Cincinnati College Conservatory with Albert Laszlo. He attended many summer music camps including Congress of Strings, The Aspen Music Festival, Le Domaine Forget Academy, and Centre díArts Orford. David performed with the Regina Symphony Orchestra for ten years, as well as several seasons with Opera Saskatchewan. Upon moving to Toronto, David has performed as Principal Bass with Korean Canadian Symphony Orchestra, the Oakville Chamber Orchestra, Masterworks of Oakville, and Opera Bel Canto of York. David and his wife enjoy their summers kayaking, swimming, hiking, and working on building projects.

Rodney A. Gray

Rodney Gray
Principal Flute

Rodney Gray received a Bachelor of Music and a Masters of Music degree in performance flute from the University of Western Ontario.  He supplemented his learning at the Banff School of Fine Arts, and during several months studying in Paris France with Pierre-Yves Artaud.  Rodney attributes his main learning experience to a two year period of study in the international master class of renowned British flutist Geoffrey Gilbert, former teacher of William Bennett, Trevor Wye, James Galway, and Susan Milan.  Rodney has performed with Orchestra London, London Concert Players Orchestra, and the Vancouver Island Symphony, and has appeared as a recitalist across Canada.  He is an avid supporter of physical fitness and enjoys running and cycling. 

Jennine Garda

Jennine Garda
Associate Principal Flute

Jennine Garda graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Music Therapy degree. She has performed with the Laurier Wind Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Youth Orchestra, the Brock University Wind Ensemble, and the Niagara Youth Orchestra. In 2008, she had the opportunity to travel to Europe with the Niagara Youth Orchestra and placed third in the International Youth Music Festival in Vienna. In 2010 Jennine attended the International Flute Summer School in St. Andrew's, Scotland where she was inspired by renowned flutists such as Peter Lloyd, Ian Clarke and Wissam Boustany.

Tina Jia

Tina Jia
Flute/Piccolo

Tina Jia began studying the flute at the age of 10, and is currently enrolled in the Arts program at Unionville High School. Tina is pursuing Grade 10 in flute performance at the Royal Conservatory of Music, and all her previous exams were completed with honors. In 2014, Tina attended her first competition at the Kiwanis Music Festival and received a mark of 94 (platinum). In 2017, Tina played in the Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra and the showtime pit band for the musical Crazy for You. In 2018, Tina attended the Interprovincial Music Camp where she played in the symphony orchestra. This year she will be playing in the Ontario Provincial Honour Band. In her spare time Tina enjoys figure skating, swimming, and reading.

Helen Graham

Helen Graham
Principal Oboe

Helen has appeared as a soloist with numerous Ontario ensembles, performing works by Bach, Marcello, Morricone, Mozart, Vaughan Williams and several local composers who have created works to feature her sound.  She studied oboe performance with Richard Woodhams, long-time Principal Oboe with Philadelphia Orchestra and Professor of Oboe at the Curtis Institute of Music, and is grateful to have had excellent coaching from Sarah Jeffrey and Jonathan Crow in chamber music performance. Helen is also the principal oboe with the Rose Orchestra, and a member of Fanfarones wind dectet.  In her spare time, Helen can be found watching baseball, writing poetry and tending her garden.

Giovanni Alonzi
Giovanni Alonzi
Associate Principal Oboe

Giovanni Alonzi came to Canada from Italy over 45 years ago to live the American dream. With a mechanical engineering background, he opened his own tool and die company which is still running strong. His true passion outside his family business lies in wine and music - woodwind instruments in particular. At age of 25, he began clarinet lessons with a pupil of Beny Goodman. At age of 35, he began oboe lessons with Cynthia Steljes (Quartetto Gelato). Giovanni has played in various orchestras and bands, including the Brampton Symphony Orchestra, the Italian Philharmonic, Huronia Symphony Orchestra, and the Caledon Concert Band.

Carmen Gassi
Carmen Gassi
Principal Clarinet

Carmen Gassi has earned a Master of Music in Clarinet performance degree, a Bachelor of Music in Theory and Composition, and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario. He has studied with Jerome Summers, Robert Riseling, and Imre Roszanyi. Mr. Gassi has performed with the Brampton Symphony Orchestra, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Oakville Symphony Orchestra, Brampton Lyric Opera, Opera Kitchener, Meadowvale Theatre, and others. An accomplished composer, Mr. Gassi wrote Diversions for Woodwind Quintet and The Last Tournament for a Brass Quintet (both published by Eighth Note). He has also been conductor of the Halton Senior Winds Honour Band, assistant conductor of Brampton Symphony Orchestra and Brampton Youth Orchestra, and Head of Arts & Moderns at the Halton District School Board.

Leonard Corsini
Leonard Corsini
Associate Principal Clarinet

Leonard Corsini graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honors degree in Physics and Mathematics and a Bachelor of Education. Mr. Corsini has performed with the North York Concert Orchestra and the Oakville Symphony. For 20 years he was a member of the Taffanel Wind Ensemble which performed chamber music in a variety of venues including Roy Thomson Hall and the McMichael Gallery in Kleinberg. Musical theatre orchestras have included productions of Little Shop of Horrors, Seussical and the Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire. Mr. Corsini has also performed with the Northdale and the North York Concert Bands and is currently principle clarinetist with the Markham Concert Band.

Patrick Headley
Patrick Headley
Principal Bassoon

Born and raised in London Ontario, Patrick Headley is an award-winning bassoonist, music educator, and conductor. While earning his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Performance and Literature from the University Western Ontario, Patrick won his first professional audition at age 18 and has since been in high demand as a soloist, conductor, chamber musician, and orchestral bassoonist. An advocate of Canadian music, Mr. Headley was chosen to perform John Weinzweig’s Divertimento No. 3 for Bassoon and Orchestra as a part of his official centenary in 2013. He has served as conductor of the Quinte Symphony, as a performing coach and sectional conductor with La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra, as orchestra conductor at the Conference of Independent Schools Music Festival, and as apprentice conductor with Orchestra Toronto. He currently serves as conducting faculty at the international chamber music camp, Music at Port Milford. An accomplished music educator, Mr. Headley has taught at the University of Western Ontario, served as head of the performing arts at Rosseau Lake College, and currently teaches music at St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School in Oakville. As a graduate student, Mr. Headley assisted James McKay with the development of the Légère synthetic double reed, upon which he performs exclusively. Patrick enjoys singing and has performed as tenor soloist in productions of Handel's Messiah, and Mozart’s Requiem. Currently living in Prince Edward County Ontario, Patrick can be heard hosting several classical and light-jazz radio programmes on 99.3 County FM in Eastern Ontario.

Daniel Leibovitch
Daniel Leibovitch
Associate Principal Bassoon*

Daniel started playing the bassoon at age of 15 under the guidance of Ben Bell. Daniel also plays the piano and the cello. He performed with the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra and the Kawartha Youth Orchestra as well as a substituting bassoonist for various civic orchestras in the GTA. In his spare time, Daniel enjoys studying the history of, and analyzing symphonies in depth, and studies the American Civil War.

Rebecca Whiteside
Rebecca Whiteside
Associate Principal French Horn

Rebecca Whiteside has been playing the French Horn for over 25 years in various ensembles in Canada and the United Kingdom. At age 5, she was introduced to music through piano lessons that continued through to her successful completion of the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Grade 9 piano and theory examinations. She began playing the French Horn at age 11 and a few years later, was accepted into the prestigious Ottawa Youth Orchestra. She performed with the OYO from 1989 to 1993 during which time she also studied with Dan Gress. Despite choosing to pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering at Queen’s University, Rebecca was thrilled to accept a part-time opportunity to perform professionally with the Kingston Symphony Orchestra from 1994 to 2003. She left the KSO in 2003 when her engineering career took her to England but it wasn’t long before she was performing with an amateur brass ensemble in Derby, the Nottingham Symphonic Winds and the Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra. Since returning to Canada in 2005, Rebecca has also performed with the Brampton Symphony Orchestra and Brampton’s Rose Orchestra.


Darryl Dinniwell
Darryl Dinniwell
French Horn

Darryl Dinniwell began studying Horn at the age of 14. Under the training of Harcus Hennigar, he has won such awards as the Ontario Grade 9 Brass Silver Medal from the Royal Conservatory of Music and two time winner of the Top Senior Brass Instrumentalist from the Barrie Kiwanis Music Festival. Darryl played with the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Huronia Symphony Orchestra, the Barrie Concert Band, and the University of Toronto Wind Orchestra. Aside from Horn, Darryl also plays piano and harpsichord.


Donald Bastian
Donald G. Bastian
French Horn

Donald G. Bastian is a book editor and the publisher of BPS Books, a division of Bastian Publishing Services Ltd. He is one of Canada's most experienced non-fiction editors. From 1988 to 2002, he was managing editor of Stoddart Publishing. Before that he was managing editor of the trade division of Irwin Publishing. In high school and the first year of university, Donald Bastian studied French horn with Kaid Friedel of the St. Louis Symphony. Today he studies with Wendy Limbertie. He is director of the Wesley Chapel Sanctuary Choir in Scarborough, Ontario, sings occasionally with the Cathedral Singers of Ontario under Ian Sadler, including at Westminster Abbey; St. Paul's, London; and Ely Cathedral, Cambridge. Donald Bastian earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Greenville College and an M.A. in Philosophy from St. Louis University.


Brian Lo
Brian Lo
Trumpet

Brian started learning piano at the age of 5 and trumpet at the age of 8. He was part of his school’s jazz band and performed in numerous concerts while winning many awards in various inter-school competitions. He has passed the Grade 8 piano examination at the Royal Conservatory of Music and is currently working toward Grade 10 level. During his university years, he continued to study trumpet and conducting privetely while pursuing a degree in accounting. He is currently also a member of the Canadian Sinfonietta youth orchestra. Brian appreciates various athletic activities and has won two silver medals in track-and-field inter-school competitions. He also enjoys creative writing, film making, and swimming.

Richard Lu
Richard Lu
Trumpet

Richard Lu is a talented trumpet player who has been studying with the Toronto trumpet soloist Norman Engel. Richard studied music in New York at Fei Tian Arts boarding school and has completed level 8 examinaton of the Royal Conservatory of Music. He is currently a trumpet player with the Chinese Artists Society of Toronto.

Leon Racine
Leon Racine
Principal Trombone

Leon Racine graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Music Education degree where he studied with Frank Harmantas and Claude Engli. In his performance years there he studied with Gordon Sweeney, and earlier at Humber College (jazz studies) with Ian McDougall. Leon has spent several decades in orchestra pits playing musicals and operas, in jazz clubs with various large and small ensembles, and with touring groups across the country.

Jonah Shapiro
Jonah Shapiro
Bass Trombone

Jonah Shapiro has been learning trombone and euphonium since he was 10 y.o. and currently, at the Arts Mackenzie music program. He plays with the Richmond Hill Philharmonic Orchestra, the York Brass Band and the Richmond Hill Concert Band. In additon, he has passed grade 8 piano examinations at the Royal Conservatory of Music. In his spare time, he enjoys playing chess and table tennis, and learning chemistry and math.

Christine Caccavella
Christine Caccavella
Principal Tuba

Playing the tuba for over 30 years, Ms. Christine Caccavella started her studies in high school with Jane Maness (Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony) and continued at the University of Western Ontario with Claudio Engli. She has performed with the Guelph Youth Orchestra, the Kitchener-Waterloo Youth Orchestra, the Metropolitan Silver Band, and the North York Concert Orchestra. She also recorded for the children's television series Ruffus the Dog, and has performed Tubby the Tuba with Sharon, Lois, and Bram.

Bruce Reid
Bruce Reid
Principal Timpani

Bruce Reid has performed for over 25 years with various community orchestras as timpanist and percussionist, such as East York Symphony Orchestra, Etobicoke Symphony Orchestra, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Brampton Symphony Orchestra, Brampton Lyric Opera, NYCO Symphony Orchestra, Brampton Festival Singers, and Counterpoint Community Orchestra.

Paul Mouradian
Paul M. Mouradian
Principal Percussion

Paul M. Mouradian was born in St. Catharines Ontario and started playing drums since he was 7years old. He holds a music performing degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Manhattan School of Music, and Artists Diploma from Freiburg Musikhochschule Freiburg Germany. He enjoyed playing music both as a free lance percussionist and timpanist in the U.S., Germany, France, and England. Mr. Mouradian's musical interests are broad and include performing operatic and symphonic repertoire, Broadway musicals, contemporary music, chamber music, steel band, African Drumming, popular and jazz music. In his leisures time, he enjoys studying law and politics and spending spending time with his wife Suzanne, son Peter and daughter Joanne.

Antonia de Wolfe
Antonia de Wolfe
Répétiteur

Antonia de Wolfe has graduated with a degree in piano performance from the George Enescu Institute of Music in Bucharest, Romania and, later, with another degree from the Central School of Music affiliated with the P. I. Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow. She has also graduated from the Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, where she studied with Sergio Perticaroli, and has earned a Master in Music (piano performance) degree from the University of Toronto. In addition, Ms. de Wolfe has studied with Maestro S. Petricaroli at Mozarteum Hochschule für Musik in Salzburg (Austria). Ms. de Wolfe has given several recitals and concerts in some of the finest concert halls in Bucharest, Moscow, Rome, Paris, Salzburg, and Toronto. She has also taught piano at the Columbus Centre, Cosmo school of Music, and Koffler Music School. As a collaborative pianist and accompanist, she has been in great demand for several productions of the Centuries Opera Association, Toronto Opera Repertoire, Palestrina Choir, Ethobicoke Centennial Choir, and others.