Violinist David Rose’s principal teachers have been Gerald Stanick at the University of British Columbia, and Atar Arad at Indiana University. He was awarded the position of associate principal viola of the Vancouver Symphony, later serving for eight seasons as principal viola of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and violist with the Canadian Chamber Ensemble, as well as teaching at the University of Waterloo. Also interested in performance on baroque instruments, David studied baroque viola under Stanley Ritchie and performs and tours with Toronto’s Tafelmusik. Most recently, David served as the acting assistant principal viola of the San Francisco Symphony, enjoying involvement in a European tour and the Grammy-winning Mahler symphony recording cycle. David is currently assistant professor of viola at the State University of New York at Fredonia.
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