NOVEMBER Concert

NOVEMBER 16, 2016

 
                    Tate Zawadiuk, cello

                    Tate Zawadiuk, cello

                     Rodolfo Leone, piano

                     Rodolfo Leone, piano

 
The November concert feature guest artist and VWMS audience favourite, cellist Tate Zawadiuk with pianist Rodolfo Leone, performing Rachmaninoff's Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, as well as works by Beethoven and Cassado. 
PROGRAMME
Beethoven - 7 Variations on "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen", WoO 46
Rachmaninoff - Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14
Rachmaninoff - Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, Op. 19
Cassado - Requeibros
BIOGRAPHY
Tate Zawadiuk first began playing the cello two days before his third birthday. One year later, he was enrolled at the Vancouver Academy of Music, studying with Mary Thomson. When he turned twelve, he had his début as a soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, and was again featured as the soloist with the VSO the following year. When he was fourteen, he was a finalist at the Morningside Music Bridge International Concerto Competition and appeared as a soloist with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition, Tate has performed with the Vancouver Philharmonic, Vancouver Youth Symphony, Vancouver Academy of Music Symphony, New Westminster Symphony, and Richmond Symphony Orchestras. He has performed in masterclasses for many world-class cellists such as Aldo Parisot, Lynn Harrell, Daniel Müller-Schott, Peter Wiley, and Johannes Moser. This past summer, Tate worked with Colin Carr at the Academie de Villcroze in France. After France, he took part in the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, winning an Award of Excellence. Tate has studied with John Kadz and Johanne Perron at the Mount Royal University Conservatory as well as with Ariel Barnes at the VSO School of Music. Currently, Tate is an undergraduate student at the Colburn Conservatory of Music, where he studies with Ronald Leonard.  Mr. Zawadiuk’s ability to convey his passion for music makes for a truly captivating performance.

Cellist Tate Zawadiuk performing in Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 5, Second Movement