Hello, my name is Sarah! I have over a decade of experience playing light classical and easy listening music at weddings, cocktail hours, receptions, corporate functions, and other special events.
Price Range: Contact for rates
Languages: English, French
What to Expect
I provide light classical and easy listening music for cocktail hours, receptions, corporate functions, and other special events. I am also available to provide music for wedding ceremonies.
Violinist and violist Sarah de Niverville performs and teaches in the Greater Toronto Area, specializing in chamber, contemporary and orchestral music.
Ms. de Niverville is a founding member of contemporary music group Ensemble Atlantica, an ensemble focused on performing works by early career composers. She also teaches violin to elementary school children in Scarborough as part of Sistema Toronto. Ms. de Niverville is a four-time member of the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, acting as Co-Principal Viola for three summers. Additionally, she has played with the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra, the Guelph Symphony Orchestra, the Galiano Ensemble, Symphony New Brunswick, the University of Victoria Orchestra, contemporary music ensemble Sonic Lab, and youth orchestras in Nova Scotia, Long Island, and New Brunswick. Ms. de Niverville’s musical travels have taken her to Portugal, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, China and Italy.
Ms. de Niverville earned her Master of Music in Performance at the University of Victoria under the tutelage of Joanna Hood of the Lafayette String Quartet. She previously earned her Bachelor of Music in Performance from the Université de Moncton, studying with Nadia Francavilla and Isabelle Fournier.
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