Book Calviolinist to get up to $75 off original rates B4 they expire! Toronto-area symphony violinist (Master's/Bachelor's in Solo Violin) w/ many years of experience performing in various venues/settings specializes in top-quality classical violin music for weddings, receptions, parties, recordings, dinners, commercials, recitals etc! In request, please include approximate total duration (max 90 minutes, excluding wait times) of music desired & special song requests if any (additional cost)...please note: acoustic only (PA/sound system not included). You'll get an individualized quote that includes consultation, music preparation, & travel costs! Thanks for your interest -Calviolinist
We booked Calvin for our wedding, and I am thoroughly pleased with his services and pricing! He played every request that I made and even learned some songs very quickly. His communication and professionalism was great! He brought class and elegance to the atmosphere of our wedding. Our guests inquired about him and enjoyed him. I would most definitely recommend his services to anyone.
Violin performance was played on my wedding ceremony. The most beautiful songs were chosen and played. Love the melody, atmosphere, and the flow of the music, it all added up to a romantic and memorable wedding ceremony to us. Music was played in high quality, our pianist and violinist were in excellent harmony, the length and combinations of the performance was just right. It gave a romantic atmosphere, at the same time had a nice effect to draw attention to the sweet of the couples. I like the service and grade overall 5 stars.
Price Range: $200 - $1500
Languages: Chinese, English, French, Other
Professional violinist Calvin Tsang has been featured as a soloist on Charlotte's (North Carolina) very own classical radio station, W-DAV, in the series "Mainstreet Sessions", performing a virtuosic show-piece Zigeunerweisen by Sarasate (you can listen to sample on playlist). He has performed with various professional orchestras in San Diego, Charlotte, Virginia, and Des Moines metros, including performing as a principal violinist on several occasions. Though starting lessons at the late age of 8, he quickly became a rising star, being interviewed by Austin's local TV station only 2 years later. As a teenager, he won many competitions, including Austin Symphony Concerto competition & soloist at their high school concerts at the age of 14, 1st place in All-Region Orchestra competitions, 1st place in Texas All-State Orchestra competitions in his junior year in high school and twice only as a freshman, & winner in both Solo Instrumental and Chamber Music categories of 1994 Texas French Symposium Competition. As a youth, he also garnered many honors, including Violinist in Haydn's "Hungarian Rondo" on Austin's local radio station at age of 13, 2nd violinist in Tchaikovsky's Quartet in D, in a professional quartet at the age of 15, Soloist in 1st movement of "Symphonie Espagnole" during 1995 All-State Music Teachers' Convention, 3-time Outstanding Soloist in UIL State Solo & Ensemble Contest, Soloist in "Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso" during the 1997 Westwood High School graduation ceremony, and Best Freshman in all of Professor Ribeiro's university studio. He was concertmaster and soloist at his local high school, region orchestras and most notably, Concertmaster of Texas' All-State Orchestra only as a high school freshman. Born in Philippines, he hails from Austin and Chicago, where he completed a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Violin Performance (Northwestern University).
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