Canadian violinist Véronique Mathieu has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Canada, Europe, South Africa, South America, and the United States. An avid contemporary music performer, Véronique commissioned and premiered many works by American and Canadian composers, and recorded for the CD series New Music at Indiana University, the label of Radio-Canada, Centrediscs, and Pheromone. Her recent collaboration with composer Adam Scime was covered by the Strad Magazine, and successfully reviewed in Toronto. Upcoming recording projects include a CD of contemporary solo works with pianist Jasmin Arakawa for Parma Records, Canadian compositions for violin and piano with pianist Stephanie Chua featuring world premieres by Brian Harman and Adam Scime, as well as a recording with Trio Micheletti.
This season includes concerto performances in Brazil and Kansas, an East Coast tour with the Art of Time Ensemble, and chamber music concerts in Milan, Italy and Tbilisi, Georgia.
A prizewinner of the Eckhardt-Gramatté Contemporary Music Competition, the Krakow International Contemporary Music Competition, the Canada Council Bank of Instruments Competition and the Competition in the Performance of Music from Latin America and Spain, Ms. Mathieu is currently an assistant professor of violin at the University of Kansas, and is artist in residence at the Festival International de Musica Erudita de Piracicaba, in Brazil.