Catherine Cosbey

Violin

Canadian violinist Catherine Cosbey has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia, and has been inspired by collaborating with many artists, including Peter Frankl, Jeffrey Kahane, the Tokyo Quartet, Richard Stoltzman, Jason Vieaux, Donald Weilerstein, James Dunham, Zuill Bailey. As a founding member of the critically acclaimed Linden String Quartet, Ms. Cosbey is a prize-winner at the 2009 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, the 2009 Coleman Competition, the 2010 Hugo Kauder Competition, and the 2011 Borcciani Competition. With the Linden String Quartet, she has been the Graduate Quartet-in-Residence at the Yale School of Music. Catherine holds degrees from Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the Yale School of Music where her principal teachers were Erika Raum and Paul Kantor. Other invaluable mentors include the Cavani Quartet, Peter Salaff, and the Tokyo Quartet. Ms. Cosbey is proud to be the Artistic Director of the Regina Chamber Music Festival.

Catherine Cosbey