András Weber, Principal Cellist of Sinfonia Toronto and Canadian Sinfonietta received his musical training in Budapest, Hungary. His mentor, Janos Starker, has been a major influence in his work. He has been principal cellist with orchestras in Hungary, Mexico City and Canada, and has given concerts in North America, Europe and Korea. He was the winner of DEBUT in Montreal where The Gazette called him a “generously gifted” musician who plays with a “nicely coloured and singing tone.”
Mr. Weber has recorded in Hungary and Canada and plans to release three CD’s: solo cello pieces, music for cello and organ with his wife Ran Kim and works for harp and cello with the acclaimed Mexican harpist Mercedes Gómez.
Mr. Weber is the founding director of the Toronto series ‘Music Alive!’ and teaches at the Royal Conservatory of Music and King’s Christian Colligate. He is the founding member of Toronto Piano Trio and was member of the famed Arthur LeBlanc quartet. He has played concertos with many orchestras around the world.