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John Burge: Preludes for solo piano (New Music Festival)

Pianist John Burge was born in Dryden, Ontario (1961) and holds degrees in composition and theory from the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia. He has been teaching at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario since 1987 where he has been Director of the School of Music. He will perform Salvatore Sciarrino's Preludes for Solo Piano. The event takes place in Walter Hall at 80 Queen's Park.


Karen Keiser Prize Concert (New Music Festival)

A chamber ensemble and soprano Stacie Dunlop will perform Sophie Dupuis’ 2016 prize-winning Perceptions de La Fontaine. The Cecilia String Quartet will perform Salvatore Sciarrino’s String Quartet No. 7, as well as the winning student piece of the 2016 University of Toronto String Quartet Composition Competition. Presented by Dennis Patrick. The concert takes place in Walter Hall at 80 Queen's Park.


The Oscar Morawetz Celebration

An audio and visual presentation in celebration of the centenary of Canadian composer Oskar Morawetz, presented by his daughter Claudia Morawetz. Performances by Annalee Patipatanakoon, Timothy Ying (violin), Ethan Filner (viola), Shauna Rolston (cello), Monica Whicher (soprano), Fraser Jackson (bassoon), Radka Hanáková, Steven Philcox, Gary Kulesha (piano). The concert takes place in Walter Hall at 7:30PM at 80 Queens Park.

Thursdays at Noon: Three

THREE is an innovative chamber group born through the collaboration of Canadian soloists Guy Few (trumpet/piano), Nadina Mackie Jackson (bassoon) and Leslie Newman (flute). They will perform pieces by Hoffman, Blavet, Piazzolla, Boismortier, Lussier, Garfield, Loeillet and Shostakovich. All Thursdays at Noon concerts take place in Walter Hall at 80 Queen's Park.



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