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Reneé Pérez Rodríguez

Renee Perez

  Reneé Pérez is a classical guitarist, graduating from the University of Alberta in Guitar Performance.  He is interested in early music, baroque solo music, and baroque and renaissance chamber music.  His musical interests also include basso continuo with theorbo and archlute.  Reneé has toured Houston in the USA and northern Portugal—specifically the city of Porto and vicinity—as a soloist and chamber musician, and toured, playing the Fasch D minor concerto for lute (guitar) and strings with several string quartets and Venezuelan orchestras belonging to “El Sistema”.  In 2014, he was featured as an emerging solo artist by the Calgary Classical Guitar Society.  Reneé is currently the President of the Edmonton Classical Guitar Society and Past-President of the Alberta String Association.  He also holds a doctorate degree in geochemistry.

Stephanie Wong

Stephanie Wong

  Stephanie Wong regularly performs on the oboe, baroque oboe, harpsichord, piano and Renaissance winds.  She started her musical studies on the piano at the age of 7, later learning the flute.  In her 20s, she learned oboe and harpsichord, playing in numerous community and university orchestras, bands and chamber ensembles, and has been under the tutelage of oboist Beth Levia.  She attended the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute in Toronto in 2012, where she was introduced to the baroque oboe.  Since then, she has focused much of her effort to period performance.  At present, Stephanie is pursuing a music degree in both modern and baroque oboes at Concordia University of Edmonton, under the instruction of Beth Levia and Matthew Jennejohn.  She is baroque oboist in the Baroque ‘n’ Hearts chamber ensemble and plays a variety of winds and keyboard.  She is Principal Oboe and English horn in the Concordia Symphony Orchestra.  Stephanie is Vice-President of the Opus@12 Chamber Concert Society, a musical organization dedicated to providing chamber performance opportunities to adult amateur musicians.  Aside from the music world, Stephanie has degrees in math and education, and a doctorate in theoretical and computational chemistry.