Mark Fewer is a member of the internationally-renowned St. Lawrence String Quartet. Since 2015, he has been William Dawson Scholar at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University. He was previously the Artist-in-Residence at Stanford University
Known for his exceptional versatility as violinist, Fewer is a highly-regarded soloist and chamber musician, whose performances of both classical and jazz have been described as “genre-bending” (National Post), “intrepid” (Globe and Mail) and “profound” (The WholeNote). He has appeared widely in North America and abroad throughout Europe, Australia, and the Far East. In 2013 he performed concerti of Bach, Vivaldi, Berg, Prokofiev, and John Adams around the world, conducted Vivaldi’s Gloria with the McGill Baroque Orchestra and Cappella Antica, recorded Mozart Piano Quartets at the Smithsonian Institute using Thomas Jefferson’s violin, and performed tributes to Stephane Grapelli, and hosted CBC Radio’s This is My Music. Mark is a Juno and Prix Opus winner and is the subject of an episode of People Uncut on the Biography Channel.
Watch Mark Fewer in performance at SweetWater 2017
The Heroes Friday, September 15, 2017
Historic Leith Church, Meaford Ontario 8 p.m
Glorious & Free Saturday, September 16, 2017
Roxy Theatre, Owen Sound, ON 7 p.m.
Pianorama Sunday, September 17, 2017
Roxy Theatre, Owen Sound, ON 2 p.m.