Jeanette Bernal-Singh

Jeanette Singh was born in Mexico and began her violin studies at the age of three with her mother Joan King and step-father, Pablo Diemecke.

Jeanette has won many national and international awards and competitions. Her performances have taken her all over North America, Europe, South East Asia, India and Australia. She did her undergraduate studies at Indiana University, earning a fellowship and several scholarships and awards. Jeanette holds a master’s degree, attained with honours, from the University of British Columbia. Her teachers include Gerald Stanick, Paul Biss, Franco Gulli, Stanley Ritchie and Sidney Humphreys.Jeanette has recorded for broadcasts and CDs of Indian, Mexican, and Chinese music. She was a member of the Malaysia Philharmonic.  She is the Assistant Principal Second Violin of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

In her spare time, Jeanette is concertmaster of the Orchestre Des Concerts Diemecke (Die Mahler Enterprises). She performs Indian music, and has been a guest on several TV shows.