Artists Stéphanie Bozzini

Stéphanie Bozzini is a multi-faceted modern-day violist, with significant contributions in various musical fields ranging from historically informed performance to new music improvisation. She is a founding member of Quatuor Bozzini, a new music ensemble that celebrated its twentieth year in 2020. Noted for its recordings and concerts in the New York Times and The Guardian, Quatuor Bozzini’s prizes include the 2018 Opus Prize for Artist of the Year, and finalist in the Grand Prix du Conseil des Arts de Montréal 2012.

With Quatuor Bozzini, she has appeared at many major festivals in Europe and the Americas. The quartet’s numerous recordings, from their label Collection QB, have garnered myriad prizes, nominations and acclaimed critics most notably from the Conseil québécois de la musique, as well as the 2009 German Recording Critics’ prize.

Her playing is often characterized as supple and intense, with the deep and rich sonorities so prized in a chamber musician. Collaborations outside the quartet include larger ensembles (Arion, Les Violons du Roy, Tafelmusik, Tonhalle Orchestra, SMCQ), and solo engagements in Europe (HCMF, RU; Ostrava Days Festival, Czech Republic; NY MUSIK, Sweden) and the USA (REDCAT CalArts, Los Angeles). Stéphanie Bozzini teaches viola at Concordia University, and coaches the next generation of composers and performers via the Quatuor Bozzini’s Performer’s Kitchen, Composer’s Kitchen, and Bozzini Lab. She lives in Montréal with her husband and three children.

[source: www.quatuorbozzini.ca] [iv-20]

Stéphanie Bozzini

Montréal (Québec), 1974

Residence: Montréal (Québec)

  • Performer (viola)

Associated groups

On the web

Stéphanie Bozzini [Photo: Alain Lefort, 2005]
Stéphanie Bozzini [Photo: Alain Lefort, 2005]
  • Ensemble SuperMusique; Bozzini Quartet  and Kim Myhr; back: Jean Derome; Isaiah Ceccarelli; Danielle Palardy Roger; Joane Hétu, front: Clemens Merkel; Stéphanie Bozzini; Kim Myhr; Isabelle Bozzini; Alissa Cheung [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), April 23, 2015]
  • Ensemble SuperMusique; Bozzini Quartet  et Kim Myhr; left to right: Clemens Merkel; Jean Derome; Stéphanie Bozzini; Isaiah Ceccarelli; Kim Myhr; Danielle Palardy Roger; Isabelle Bozzini; Joane Hétu; Alissa Cheung [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), April 23, 2015]
  • In back left to right: Alissa Cheung; Isabelle Bozzini; Isaiah Ceccarelli; Stéphanie Bozzini; in front Clemens Merkel; Danielle Palardy Roger; Jean Derome; Joane Hétu [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), February 11, 2015]
  • left to right: Jean Derome; Stéphanie Bozzini; Alissa Cheung; Clemens Merkel; Isabelle Bozzini; Isaiah Ceccarelli; Joane Hétu; Danielle Palardy Roger [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), February 11, 2015]
  • In back left to right: Alissa Cheung; Jean Derome; Stéphanie Bozzini; Clemens Merkel; in front Joane Hétu; Isabelle Bozzini; Isaiah Ceccarelli; Danielle Palardy Roger  [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), February 11, 2015]
  • In concert in Montréal, the Ensemble SuperMusique and the Bozzini Quartet. Left to right: Clemens Merkel; ;  Danielle Palardy Roger; ; Jean Derome; Stéphanie Bozzini; Joane Hétu; Pierre Tanguay; Isabelle Bozzini and Martin Tétreault (outside the frame) [Photo: Céline Côté, Montréal (Québec), June 15, 2014]
  • Composer’s Kitchen 2013 with Marielle Groven (foreground) [Photo: Lianne Finnie, Montréal (Québec), April 2013]
  • Bozzini Quartet, Clemens Merkel, Stéphanie Bozzini, Isabelle Bozzini [Photo: Michael Slobodian, Montréal (Québec), October 2012]

Complements

  • Not in catalogue

By continuing browsing our site, you agree to the use of cookies, which allow audience analytics.