Iris Krizmanic

  • Instrument: French Horn

Iris Krizmanic holds the position of third horn in the Niagara Symphony as well as being principal horn of the Scarborough Philharmonic . As a post-graduate student at the Glenn Gould School, currently studying with principal horn of the Toronto Symphony orchestra, Neil Deland, she has played under the baton of many conductors with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra such as Bramwell Tovey, the late Richard Bradshaw, and Uri Mayer amongst others. She toured to China with that same orchestra as part of a cultural outreach program for the school. Ms. Krizmanic is also a scholarship recipient and is honoured to have been allowed the use of the horn of the late Anne-Marie Monaco, former fourth horn of the Canadian Opera Company. A multi-talented musician, Iris also plays the cello and takes vocal lessons with Jean MacPhail.