Meet the Trio
Stéphanie Moreau boasts an impressive academic and performance career. She took first prize in flute from the Conservatoire de musique du Québec, then went on to earn a degree with great distinction from McGill University in Flute. She subsequently completed a Master’s degree in Musicology at the Université de Montréal.
Stéphanie has been performing with Trio Amore for over 15 years, as principal associate.
She currently works as a technician in radiation oncology at the Centre Intégré de cancérologie du CHUM.
Karen Bell, violin, is a graduate of McGill University in Commerce. She began her violin studies at the age of six and perfected her studies throughout her college and university years with distinguished teachers in Montreal.
She has been teaching violin to children and adults in her community for over 20 years.
Karen teaches violin at the elementary school level and has coached chamber music for children and beginner adults at the CAMMAC Music Centre, located in the Laurentians, Qc.
She is a founding member of Trio Amore, as well as the orchestra Sinfonia de Montreal (dir. Louis Lavigueur, C.Q) for which she has been performing in for the past 22 years.
Gillian Stikeman-Delplace, cello, is a graduate of McGill University (B.Mus, L.Mus). Her love of music has seen her participate in many ensembles, both here in Montreal and in Toronto. She is a founding member of Trio Amore, as well well as Sinfonia de Montreal orchestra, where she holds the position of music librarian.
Principal associate flute & founding member
Jill Rothberg, flute, was born in Winnipeg, and has studied music at the University of Western Ontario, the Banff Centre of Fine Arts, and in England and Italy. She received a B.Mus. from McGill University and an M.Mus from l'Université de Montréal, both in Flute Performance.
She is a founding member of Trio Amore and has performed many weddings over the past 20+ years! She now enjoys filling in as associate flutist when the opportunity arises.