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    Jennifer M - Cello & String Group

    Jennifer is the cello teacher for Colourstrings Conservatory  of Music in Vancouver, working closely with Laura Hasthorpe in the Strings program.

    Canadian cellist Jennifer Moersch is a sought-after soloist, chamber and orchestral musician. In the summer of 2017 she returned to her hometown of Vancouver after ten years of performing in Toronto and around Ontario. She has performed across North America, in the UK and is a Featured Artist with Via Rail travelling across Canada.

    An avid chamber musician, Jennifer takes every opportunity to perform in this intimate setting. As a lover of all things cello + piano Jennifer has collaborated to form a new, as of yet un-named Duo with pianist, Shifra Day. In September 2018

    Jennifer premiered a beautiful new work for cello octet and dancers by the Canadian composer Elizabeth Knudson. Also, Jennifer performed in the Indian Summer Festival 2018 in newly commissioned works for chamber ensemble by Mohamed Assani (award winning sitar player and composer) and Elizabeth Knudson.

    Jennifer has had the pleasure of coaching by world-renowned musicians Tsyoshi Tsutsumi, Rostislav Dubinsky, Desmond Hoebig, Paul Katz, Paul Marleyn, Stephen Geber, Leonard Greenberg, Gwen Thompson, Gerald Stanick, David Harding, Aldo Parisot, Lafayette String Quartet, Penderecki String Quartet, Miami String Quartet and Quartetto Latino-Americano.

    A fan of many musical styles Jennifer has combined her classical background in collaborations with artists of many genres. Some of these artists include members of The Guess Who, Platinum Blonde, The Tenors, Trans Siberian Orchestra and Down With Webster. She and her cello can be seen in Tim Burton’s film Big Eyes, TV’s Arrow and Cedar Cove.