Jasper Wood has established himself as a major talent of his generation. He made his first public appearance at the age of five, and has since captured the hearts of music lovers everywhere with his "thrilling virtuosity" (The Strad) and his "sweet tunefulness edged in melancholy" (Washington Post). An acclaimed competition winner, Wood has developped a flourishing reputation as a sought-after soloist with major orchestras including Canada's Montreal and Toronto Symphonies and as a recital/chamber musician throughout North America and Europe. He has been awarded both the coveted Sylva Gelber Prize (1996) and the prestigious Virginia Parker Award (2004) from the Canada Council for the Arts. Mr. Wood has eight solo and violon/piano CD recordings on the Endeavor Classics, Centrediscs, Disques Pelleas and Naxos labels. Jasper Wood is professor of violin at the University of British Columbia.