Artistic Director of Concert Presentations,
Rosanne Warren

A resident of Wellington County since 1990 with husband Dan and children, William and Lucy, Rosanne is an active musician and teacher in southern Ontario.  She has performed with the  symphony orchestras of Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, Stratford, Guelph, Grand River Baroque and Cambridge, in opera orchestras at the Westben Festival (Albert Herring, The Magic Flute, Carmen, La Traviata and The Pencil Salesman) and as a soloist with The KW Community Orchestra  and the Westben Festival Orchestra (www.westben.ca).  In addition to performing in concerts with the husband and wife team of Brian Finley, piano, and Donna Bennett, soprano, Rosanne was invited to play on their CD's " A Christmas of Love and Light" and "Lullabies for Benjamin” (www.westben.ca).  She also loves to work with choirs, often creating the flute obbligato part, with  the KW Philharmonic Children's Choir, the Milton Choristers, the Women of Note and the Basilica of Our Lady (Guelph) Choir.  Since 2009,  pianist Larisa Gulenco and she have performed recitals in the Halton/Hamilton/Guelph area. An interest in traditional Irish flute playing has lead her to enroll in classes at Guelph’s Riverside Celtic College.

A native of Sault Ste Marie, daughter of Lola and the late Erasmo Spinazze, Rosanne graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Education, and earned an ARCT in flute performance. Her teachers have included Doug Stewart, Susan Hoeppner and Peter Lloyd, and has participated in masterclasses with Robert Aitken, Robert Langevin, Julius Baker and Sir James Galway.