Violinist Jeremy Gabbert has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Canada and the United States, including appearances at Weill recital hall at Carnegie Hall, Lakeshore Chamber Music Society (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec), Musimars (Montreal), Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg, Instrumental Society of Calgary, Orford music festival (Quebec), and Fine Arts Cafe (St. Louis, Missouri). His performances have also been featured on CBC Radio.

Gabbert has been a member of several chamber ensembles, including the Schulich, Donatello, and Inglewood string quartets. As a member of the Schulich String Quartet, he was the winner of the bronze medal at the Fischoff National chamber music competition. As a member of the Donatello Quartet, he was winner of the Kuttner string quartet competition at Indiana University.

Originally from Winnipeg, Gabbert studied with Judy Tennenhouse, Marion Williams, and Karl Stobbe, before pursuing a Bachelor of Music and Artist Diploma from McGill University in Montreal, where he was a student of Denise Lupien, and a Performer Diploma from Indiana University Bloomington, where he was a student of Mauricio Fuks, as well as a teaching assistant to professor Fuks.

Gabbert has been a member of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra since 2012.