Julie Penner

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Julie Penner
Julie Penner of Do Make Say Think - Toronto 2012.jpg
The Opera House / Toronto, ON / December 7, 2012
Background information
Born 1976 (age 41–42)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Genres Indie rock
Occupation(s) Violinist
Instruments Violin
Associated acts The FemBots, Broken Social Scene, Do Make Say Think, Hylozoists, The Lowest of the Low, The Weakerthans

Julie Penner (born 1976) is a Canadian violinist who has played with The FemBots, Broken Social Scene, Do Make Say Think, Hylozoists, The Lowest of the Low and The Weakerthans. She also worked as the music producer for Stuart McLean's The Vinyl Cafe on CBC Radio until it went on hiatus in 2015.

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Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Penner began classical violin lessons as a preschooler. She quickly showed an aptitude for the instrument and continued improving her skills. At the age of 15, she quit playing the violin for a couple of years, but then took it up again to start a band with her friends. Since then, she estimates she has recorded or performed live with more than 40 different groups.[1]

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