Cristina Sewerin


Cristina Sewerin

Cristina Sewerin, B.Mus (perf), MLS, is Principal Oboe at Etobicoke Philharmonic. Cristina studied oboe & english horn performance at University of British Columbia, and is an alumna of the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Orchestral Training Program as well as the Banff School of the Arts chamber music program. She has studied with Jerry Domer (CBC Orchestra), Roger Cole (Vancouver Symphony) and Richard Dorsey (Toronto Symphony) as well as Shelley Heron (Detroit Symphony) and Keith Atkinson (Toronto Symphony). Along with EPO, she is also Co-Principal Oboe with Orchestra Toronto, as well as alternate Principal Oboe with Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. Cristina is honoured to have performed solo concerti with Etobicoke Philharmonic a number of times on works by Bach, Vaughan Williams and Francaix. She is an active freelancer in the GTA, and has played with orchestras ranging from Vancouver Symphony and Vancouver Opera to Niagara and North Bay. Outside of music, she holds a Masters of Library Science degree and served as an academic librarian at University of Toronto.


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