Corey Cerovsek is a Canadian violinist, pianist, and mathematician. At age 12, he was the youngest student to receive a gold medal from the Royal Conservatory of Music. In 1992, Cerovsek was the recipient of the Virginia-Parker Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2006, Cerovsek with Steven Heyman were nominated for a Grammy in the category Best Chamber Music Performance. In 2008, Cerovsek received the MIDEM Classical Music Award for the Best Chamber Music for his recording with Paavali Jumppanen of the complete violin sonatas by Beethoven.
|Born:||April 24, 1972, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Website:||Corey Cerovsek's Official site|
About Corey Cerovsek
A violinist, mathematician, and pianist who received a gold medal from the Royal Conservatory of Music at the age of twelve.
He began to play violin when he was five years old and started his studies at Indiana University when he was twelve.
He had received Bachelor's degrees in music and mathematics, Master's degrees in music and mathematics, and his Doctorate in both disciplines before he turned twenty.
He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia to Austrian parents.
He was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Chamber Music Performance category, a award which Evelyn Glennie once won.
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