Many Ottawa-based music, arts, and performance festivals will receive increased financial support through a new Ontario government funding program. The one-time increase in funding to the festival and event sector will not only help people engage with art and their communities, but will also help festival networks in need of support.
With easing COVID-19 restrictions, Ottawa Chamberfest is releasing more in-person tickets. Read on for a list of shows you can see in person at this year’s festival.
SHHH!! Ensemble is a piano/percussion duo that explores the boundaries of music through creativity and playing with complex sounds. Pianist Edana Higham and percussionist Zac Pulak work together to educate and engage communities through presenting programmes and introducing contemporary music to new listeners.
John Kofi Dapaah, SHHH!! Ensemble, OKAN, Kathryn Patricia, and many more artists added to Chamberfest 2021 lineup
Today, Chamberfest organizers announced their expanded lineup for the 2021 festival, and its rich with a diversity of music from across Canada and the globe, including local standouts and Juno Award-winning talent.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into four of Ottawa’s most unique music communities—what they’re like now and where things are heading. Read on for a guest post from Carissa Klopoushak on the future of classical music in Ottawa.
Carissa Klopoushak was recently appointed Artistic Director of Ottawa Chamberfest. She became interim Artistic Director after Roman Borys stepped down and has now taken on the role permanently.
Since the lockdown, the staff has added impressive technology that allows groups to live stream or record events, in lieu of in-person performances.
The world’s largest chamber music festival runs from July 25 to August 8 in Ottawa.
Outside of the annual festival, which runs from July 25 to August 8 this summer, Chamberfest presents year-round concert programming.
This is a wonderful opportunity to hear the “the royal family of guitar” perform in Ottawa.
It’s another jam packed weekend in Ottawa so without further ado, here are some picks for how to spend your weekend!
The last weekend in July will be bringing the sunshine once the rain clears, and no lack of interesting things to do, places to eat, and open air movies to watch!
Chamberfest has rounded out their 2018 program with dozens of concerts being added to the 15-day summer music festival.
The 25th Ottawa Chamberfest will take place from July 26 to August 9, 2018.