Yolanda Bruno


Violinist Yolanda Bruno has been praised for her “total control of her instrument with infinite variety in the sound palette” (La Presse). She has performed as soloist across North America and Europe and is the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships including Canada Council’s Virginia Parker Award, a distinction shared with her fellow Canadian musicians Yannick Nézet-Séguin, James Ehnes and Marc-André Hamelin. Yolanda’s upcoming projects include the release of her debut album “The Wild Swans” with pianist Isabelle David, a residency at the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance and a tour of Eastern Canada as part of Les Jeuneusses Musicales Canada. In 2018, Yolanda was appointed Concertmaster of the Kingston Symphony Orchestra. She plays on a violin made in 1737 by Domenico Montagnana on generous loan from Canimex, Inc.

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