Canadian violinist Alexander Read has quickly become a sought

Canadian violinist Alexander Read has quickly become a
sought-after performer on the international music scene. He was
appointed Principal Second Violin with the Montreal Symphony
Orchestra in April of 2013. Mr. Read's recitals and concerto
performances have been broadcast on CBC Radio/Radio-Canada,
and he has presented concerts across North America, the UK,
Continental Europe, Asia and Australasia. An avid chamber
musician, he has appeared at Concerts aux Îles du Bic, Le
Domaine Forget, the Verbier Festival, the Norfolk Chamber Music
Festival and the Montreal Chamber Music Festival. Mr. Read's
interest in historical performance, particularly of the classical
and romantic periods, has led to collaborations with leading
musicians of the field, including members of the London Haydn
Quartet. Mr. Read is on the faculty of the Schulich School of
Music at McGill University, where he teaches violin and chamber music.