Annalee Patipatanakoon

Annalee Patipatanakoon

Annalee Patipatanakoon

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Violinist Annalee Patipatanakoon is one of Canada’s most respected performing artists. A graduate of Indiana University and the Curtis Institute of Music, Annalee is a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels, and a first prize winner of both the Canadian Music Competition and Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition. She is currently Associate Professor of Violin and Performance Area Chair of Strings at University of Toronto Faculty of Music.

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Violinist Annalee Patipatanakoon is one of Canada’s most respected performing artists. A graduate of Indiana University and the Curtis Institute of Music, Annalee is a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels, and a first prize winner of both the Canadian Music Competition and Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition. She is currently Associate Professor of Violin and Performance Area Chair of Strings at University of Toronto Faculty of Music.

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Annalee is a founding member of three-time Juno Award-winning Gryphon Trio. She can be heard on 22 recordings on Analekta, Naxos, and other labels, and she maintains a busy touring schedule across North America and Europe. Annalee serves as Artistic Advisor to the Ottawa Chamber Music Society and as Artist-in-Residence at Trinity College, University of Toronto.

Equally in demand as a teacher of violin and chamber music, Annalee has conducted masterclasses at Rice University, Stanford University, Royal Conservatory of Music, Hochschule für Musik Mainz, Domaine Forget, Orford Music Academy, Tuckamore Festival and School, Mount Royal University, and many more.

Annalee is a founding member of three-time Juno Award-winning Gryphon Trio. She can be heard on 22 recordings on Analekta, Naxos, and other labels, and she maintains a busy touring schedule across North America and Europe. Annalee serves as Artistic Advisor to the Ottawa Chamber Music Society and as Artist-in-Residence at Trinity College, University of Toronto.

Equally in demand as a teacher of violin and chamber music, Annalee has conducted masterclasses at Rice University, Stanford University, Royal Conservatory of Music, Hochschule für Musik Mainz, Domaine Forget, Orford Music Academy, Tuckamore Festival and School, Mount Royal University, and many more.

Fun Facts

Annalee’s personal obsession is her much-loved Ganaraskan, Lola. When Annalee isn’t baking sweet-potato Lola treats or inventing games to keep Lola entertained, she “grows things” in her garden, makes her own all-natural Nutella, and hangs stickers on her patio doors so birds don’t fly into the glass. Annalee neither drives nor navigates, but she will tell you when the light is green.

Annalee’s personal obsession is her much-loved Ganaraskan, Lola. When Annalee isn’t baking sweet-potato Lola treats or inventing games to keep Lola entertained, she “grows things” in her garden, makes her own all-natural Nutella, and hangs stickers on her patio doors so birds don’t fly into the glass. Annalee neither drives nor navigates, but she will tell you when the light is green.

With Gryphon Trio members Roman Borys and Jamie Parker, Annalee leads educational projects in music schools and communities across the country. These include the ensemble’s flagship Listen Up! arts outreach program, with permanent hubs in Ottawa and Etobicoke; Orford Music Academy’s Piano Trio Workshop; and the Classical Music Summer Programs at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.

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With Gryphon Trio members Roman Borys and Jamie Parker, Annalee leads educational projects in music schools and communities across the country. These include the ensemble’s flagship Listen Up! arts outreach program, with permanent hubs in Ottawa and Etobicoke; Orford Music Academy’s Piano Trio Workshop; and the Classical Music Summer Programs at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.

225 WORDS. LAST UPDATED JANUARY 2020.
Please destroy all previously dated materials. For additional materials, please contact Gryphon Trio’s artist management.