An exciting season of Canadian and international talents hailing from England, South Korea, and America. We begin with a celebrated Canadian string quartet, followed by 20th Century music performed, opera-style. An acclaimed pianist takes us through musical ages, all based on Bach. A young violin virtuoso struts his prize winning skills. A ground-breaking British string quartet makes their Canadian debut, and a breaking-ground Canadian string quartet returns by popular demand.
September 25 – Cecilia String Quartet, Celebrated Canadian Ensemble will perform Haydn and Mendelssohn
November 6 – Noël Coward: A Talent to Amuse Ensemble featuring Monica Whicher, soprano, Norine Burgess, mezzo, Ben Butterfield, tenor, and Alexander Dobson, baritone.
December 4 – Stephen Prutsman, piano brings his unique program “Bach and Forth” based on The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2.
January 22 – The Heath Quartet, Britain’s Rising Stars will explore Bartók and Dvorák. Canadian debut!
March 5 – In Mo Yang, New Violin Virtuoso – soon to be 20 year old from South Korea, awarded First Prize in the 54th Paganini International Violin Competition. Canadian debut!
April 23 – New Orford String Quartet with Adrian Fung, cello. String quartet elites descend upon us to perform Brahms and Schubert’s lyrical and final chamber work String Quintet in C Major, D. 956, op. 163.