Sari Tsuji currently performs with some of Canada’s leading period music orchestras, including Arion Baroque Orchestra, Ensemble Caprice, Aradia Ensemble, and the Toronto Chamber Orchestra under the direction of internationally acclaimed musicians Jaap ter Linden, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Rachel Podger, Alex Weimann, Christophe Rousset, Stefano Montanari, Matthias Maute, and Kevin Mallon. Also in demand as a chamber musician, Sari is one half of RedOwl, one quarter of the Onslow String Quartet, and collaborated with artists such as Luc Beauséjour, Mireille Lagacé, Chantal Rémillard, Susie Napper and Olivier Brault. She has recorded for the early-music.com, ATMA, Analekta, and NAXOS labels, and for broadcast on CBC national radio.
Sari began studying the violin in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba with Elizabeth Lupton at the age of four. She holds degrees in violin and early music performance from McGill University where she studied with Thomas Williams, Emlyn Ngai, Hélène Plouffe, Hank Knox and Betsy MacMillan.