Canadian cellist Mariève Bock has performed throughout Canada, the United-States, Mexico, Japan and Europe. She regularly plays with the renowned chamber ensemble Les Violons du Roy (Québec city) as well as with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Bock played at the Tangelwood Music Center and with such artists as Joseph Silverstein, Jonathan Crow, Anthony Marwood, the Concord and Cleveland String Quartets. Cellist of Musica Camerata Montréal (2006-2013), she was also Artist in Residence at the Montreal Conservatory of Music as a member of the Pierre-Mercure String Quartet.
A modern music advocate, Ms. Bock is a regular soloist with the Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal+ and guest soloist with new music ensembles from Vancouver to Québec. She premiered Le Chêne et le Roseau from composer Analia Llugdar which received the Québec-Flandre Prize.
Ms. Bock plays a cello by Charles Adolphe Maucotel Paris 1849, graciously provided by CANIMEX INC. from Drummondville, Canada. This magnificent instrument was played by famous cellist Pierre Fournier.
Marieve Bock was awarded the Prix avec Grande Distinction à l’unanimité from the Montreal Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Professor Denis Brott. She pursued her studies with Norman Fischer at Rice University Shepherd School of Music (USA) and obtained the Master of Music Degree. She was also his assistant from 2003-2005.