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Ottawa Winter Music Festival – A Celebration of Classical Chamber Music, Jazz and Vocal Art Song

March 2019 – 3 Unique Concerts! Visit: www.OttawaWinterMusic.com Single Tickets: https://squareup.com/store/OttawaWinterMusic — Concert 1: Ensemble Evolution feat. Yehonatan Berick, violin An Evening of Chamber Music for Strings, Piano and Clarinet March 1, 2019 – 7:30 P.M. Freiman Hall, University of Ottawa Yehonatan Berick, solo violin Eric Gauthier, clarinet Lev Nesterov, violin Blythe Allers, violin Susanna Heystek, viola Anthony […]

Concert Review: Trio Grand-Duc

Alex Binkley: “Trio Grand-Duc is a relative newcomer to [the scene] but if their performance at MacKay United Church is any indication of their potential, the three young musicians have a brilliant future ahead.”

MacKay concert blends traditional with the seldom heard

The MacKay United Church chamber music series wrapped up its 2015-16 season with an intriguing blend of well-known classical music and seldom heard selections. In addition to the Silflay String Quartet, a mainstay of the New Edinburgh music scene, celebrated Canadian guitarist Roddy Ellias played one of his own solo compositions and joined with three […]

A taste of Eastern European folk music

Except for the Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Johannes Brahms they played as an encore, the music that Carissa Klopoushak, Alexandru Sura and Thibault Bertin-Maghit presented at MacKay United Church on March 18 had a familiar-sounding ring to it. That’s because the folk music of the Ukraine and Romania the trio draw on influenced many […]

Four Cellos put on a magnetic show

It’s not very often that a church is packed on a Tuesday morning, but that was the case this past week at St. Andrew’s Church in the Glebe. It was a full house as audience members came to see four notable cellists (Julian Armour, Denise Djokic, Paul Marleyn, and Stéphane Tétreault) perform both classical and […]

The Chamber Players of Canada prepare for holiday cheer bringing

As I watched the Chamber Players of Canada rehearse for Saturday’s Christmas concert, I felt myself overcome by something like holiday spirit. Granted, some of my good cheer may have seeped into me, osmosis-like, from the frankly gigantic Christmas tree that towered to my left. But I think that the vast majority of it was […]