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"5 out of 5" -- CBC Radio
"Kinlock's Fantasy evokes both the exuberance of a highland ceilidh and the gentle refinement of an 18th century salon concert." -- The Globe and Mail
"Riveting" -- The Toronto Star
Originally from Maryland, violinist David Greenberg moved to Canada in 1988 to join the Toronto-based baroque orchestra Tafelmusik. Since then, David has performed with this internationally acclaimed baroque ensemble in orchestral, chamber, and solo roles in North America, Europe, and the Far East, and on more than forty recordings. Greenberg is also sought out as a performer on the vielle (medieval fiddle) and recorded vielle soundtracks for Atom Egoyan's film "The Sweet Hereafter."
Greenberg is a founding member of Puirt a Baroque (pronounced poorsht-a-ba-roke), an ensemble that connects traditional Cape Breton music with its roots in the Baroque era.