Musicians

Serena Canin Violin



Helicon Performances

Symposium 92 - Brentano plays Beethoven & Schubert
Symposium 82 - Proust
Symposium 78 - Brentano
Symposium 70 - “Death and the Maiden”

Violinist Serena Canin was born into a family of professional musicians in New York City. An accomplished chamber musician, Ms. Canin was twice invited to the Marlboro Music Festival and has toured the United States with Music From Marlboro, the Brandenburg Ensemble, and Goliard Concerts.

In New York, Ms. Canin performs regularly with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and the Sea Cliff Chamber Players. She has made frequent appearances on the Continuum Series at Alice Tully Hall, the Summergarden Series at the Museum of Modern Art, at the Garden City Chamber Music Society, and at Chamber Music Quad Cities in Davenport, Iowa.

Ms. Canin holds teaching positions at Princeton University and at New York University, and has taught chamber music to young musicians at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. She has degrees from Swarthmore College and the Juilliard School, and her teachers have included Burton Kaplan and Robert Mann. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, pianist Thomas Sauer.