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Beethoven Piano Marathon 2

The music that Beethoven composed for the piano is still such a favourite with young musicians that it is worthy of a marathon! This family-friendly piano marathon will see beginner and intermediate level pianists tickle the ivories to the tune of their favourite Beethoven work. Drop in at your leisure or stay for the entire […]

Beethoven Piano Marathon 1

Did you know that Beethoven started off as a pianist? His deafness prevented him from pursuing a career as a pianist, but as a composer, he wrote 32 beautiful piano sonatas. In fact, they are so beautiful, that we are giving them their own piano marathon! Senior-level music students from the Ottawa-Gatineau Region will deliver […]

Free Post-concert event : Musical Salons

It’s a time warp back to the 19th century! In Beethoven’s era, folks used to gather ‘round at home, where the flicker of a candle and a musical instrument was all that was need for an evening of merrymaking. Friends and family would play music, laugh and drink into the wee hours. Our post concert musical salons take you back […]

“One Piano, Two Sisters” – Prisca & Marieva Davila. Concert in Ottawa

VENEZUELAN PIANISTS AND COMPOSERS PRISCA AND MARIEVA DÁVILA WILL BE GIVING A CONCERT TOGETHER IN OTTAWA. “One Piano, Two Sisters”, by outstanding Venezuelan artists PRISCA and MARIEVA Dávila, will be hosted at “Ottawa Perez Hall” Room 121 on Sunday, June 24th at 3 pm. Sisters Prisca and Marieva Dávila will join their piano, singing and dancing […]

Tabula Rasa

An eclectic programme of easy listening and classical music to feed your soul.  Tabula Rasa with French violist and composer Benjamin Rota and soprano Julie Ekker will perform music by popular composers Eric Whitacre, G.F. Handel, Vaughan Willams and Urs Joseph Fleury.

Bluesfest Local Highlights: Tyler Kealey

Ottawa’s singer/songwriter and piano man, Tyler Kealey, showcased his natural-born prowess on the ivories once again, inside the pristine acoustics of Bluesfest’s Barney Danson Theatre on opening night, the same stage he played in 2012. A good deal of Kealey’s musical path was paved on the Bluesfest grounds, which began during his high school years, […]

Fringe Review: Lara Loves Lightfoot

60 min | Solo, Musical | PG Stratford singer-songwriter Lara MacMillan brings a slice of Canadiana to the Fringe stage. The solo show recounts MacMillan’s life as a hospitality worker during her 1986 gap-year in Banff, replete with images of open highways, Lake Louise and Banff in the snow. A selected catalogue of Gordon Lightfoot […]