After a surprisingly warm start to November, we’ve got some cooler temperatures in the forecast for this weekend. The good news is that we’ve also got plenty of events lined up to keep you busy.
Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre
Headlining the evening at Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre was the world-renowned Danish String Quartet, who also hosted an afterparty at Club SAW.
Wednesday was the second-last day of Chamberfest 2022, but the festival wasn’t winding down slowly. Day 14 had big acts in Cheng² Duo, Hinrich Alpers’ second Beethoven set, Kaitlyn Raitz’s Cello Party, and some of the region’s best emerging talent performing the Rising Stars slot. Follow @apt613 for more sights and sounds of Chamberfest 2022.
To celebrate the August holiday, Chamberfest packed Monday with an astounding array of concerts, celebrating both the old and the brand-new. Drew Jurecka and Rebekah Wolkstein returned for an intimate concert tailored to neurodivergent folks, while the Midday Matinée saw Chamberfest-favourite Hinrich Alpers perform a selection of Beethoven’s piano sonatas. But the centrepiece of Day […]
Day 13 of Chamberfest, in photos.
Day 11 at Chamberfest, in photos.
See photos from Day 10 of Chamberfest, as our coverage continues.
Day 9 of Chamberfest was one of the strongest days yet. Gryphon Trio, Nordic Voices, Raphael Weinroth-Browne, and the Cris Derksen Quartet headlined.
On Thursday at Chamberfest, we saw Montreal’s Quatuor Andara at the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, pianist Meagan Milatz at the Steinway Piano Galleries, and Toronto’s world-renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
Nicole Presentey, John Kofi Dapaah, Ruby Jin, and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada featured on Day 5 of Chamberfest.
The Imani Winds, Joanna G’froerer and Michelle Gott featured on Day 4 of Chamberfest.
It was a day full of classics on Saturday.
Pianist John Kofi Dapaah, violinist Johnny Gandelsman, and the NAC Orchestra highlighted Day 2 of Chamberfest in Ottawa.
The 2022 edition of Ottawa Chamberfest opened last night with gorgeous classical music in the equally gorgeous Carleton-owned Dominion-Chalmers United Church.
Mark Fewer, Yolanda Bruno, Julian Schwarz, and Joel Quarrington. Four of the most popular classical musicians in North America came together at Chamberfest.