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Originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadian violinist Julia Wedman was invited to join the internationally renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra in 2005. She quickly developed a reputation for her solo performances with the ensemble and is frequently showcased on Tafelmusik’s recordings, videos and their home concert series in Toronto. Julia has played concertos with Tafelmusik on many tours throughout Canada, the U.S.A., Mexico, Puerto Rico, Europe, China and Korea, and teaches at the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute.

Julia is a member of the innovative young baroque ensemble I Furiosi, whose CD Crazy is also available on Dorian Sonoluminus. She is also one quarter of the Eybler Quartet, a period instrument ensemble who specialize in music of the classical era and are champions of excellent but underrated composers. Their debut CD explored the works of Josef Leopold Edler von Eybler (a close friend of Mozart's), and they are joined by British clarinetist Jane Booth on their latest CD featuring clarinet quintets of W.A. Mozart and J.G.H. Backofen. As a part of the the Aradia Baroque Ensemble and Toronto Camerata under the direction of Kevin Mallon, Julia also recorded many CDs which are available on Naxos. She has been invited to teach short-term intensive courses at many universities including the Guildhall School of Music, Indiana University and Fredonia University and is often invited to play concertos and guest direct baroque ensembles and symphony orchestras throughout North America.

Julia studied at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario (Bachelor Degree) with Lorand Fenyves, the University of Toronto with Mayumi Seiler and Indiana University at Bloomington (Masters Degree) with Stanley Ritchie and Franco Gulli. She plays a Hendrick Jacobs violin made in Amsterdam in 1694.

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