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Volume 17 Issue 10 - July/August 2012

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Nos.1 and 2. Orchestre de la francophonie, Jean-Philippe Tremblay, conductor. SBCA. $10–;free with Festival Pass; 6:30: Music and Dining.Beethoven: Variations on Before I Work, I MustEat; Schubert: Trout Quintet; Rossini: Le Beurre;Tchaikvosky: Coffee from The Nutcracker;Debussy: Golliwog’s Cakewalk; and other works.Ellen Wieser, soprano; Marie Bérard, violin;Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin; Guylaine Lemaire,viola; Julian Armour, cello; Murielle Brunea,double bass; and others. TH. 0; 0(withFestival Pass); 8:00: Vienna Piano Trio I. Haydn:Piano Trio in C; Ravel: Piano Trio; Beethoven:Piano Trio in B-flat Op.97 “Archduke.” DCUC.$10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:30: ABrahms Night Out II. Brahms: Symphonies Nos.3 and 4; Bilodeau: New Work. Orchestre de lafrancophonie, Jean-Philippe Tremblay, conductor.DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass.• July 14 10:00: Coffee Concert: Alexanderand Daniel Tesyakov, pianos. Works by Mozart,Debussy and Grainger. TH. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 12:00: Ottawa and Beyond II.Works by Mack, Järvlepp, Andonian, Herbiet,Badian and others. TH. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 2:00: Wind Serenades. Works byMozart, Gonoud and Dvořák. Musicians from theNational Arts Centre Orchestra. DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00: Vienna PianoTrio II. Works by Mozart, Schubert and Debussy.SAC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00:Capital Brassworks: Brass Potpourri. Works byBach, Saint-Saëns, Bizet, Hovhannes, Järvleppand others. AOTHS. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 8:00: An Equal Music. Vikram Seth, host;Philippe Honoré, violin; Paul Marleyn, cello; JeanDesmaris, piano; and others. $10–; free withFestival Pass.• July 15 11:00am: Kid’s Music Adventureat Saunders Farm. A musical tour of the worldwith 00 musicians, dancers and artists, amusical maze and instrument-making. SF. Freewith ticket or pass; 2:00: Vienna Piano TrioIII. Beethoven: Variations Op.44 on an originaltheme; Fuchs: new works; Saint-Saëns: PianoTrio No.2 in e Op.92. SAC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 4:00: Music and Nature. Worksby Debussy. Donna Brown, soprano; StéphaneLemelin, piano; Barbara Gamble, artist. SF. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00: Gala ClosingConcert: An Evening with Ben Heppner – AnArtist’s Life Works by Schubert, Schumann,Wagner, Wolf, Fall and others. Ben Heppner,tenor; John Hess, piano. DCUC. –; –(with Festival Pass).Music at Port MilfordSummer Chamber Music FestivalJuly 14 to August 11Prince Edward County, ON613-476-7735 or 914-439-5039www.mpmcamp.orgAll concerts take place Friday evenings at7:30pm, St. Mary Magdalene Church, 335 MainStreet, Picton, ON.Tickets: (adults)/(four concerts);$10(students)/(four concerts).• July 20: Music and Dance. Bartók: QuartetNo.5; Beethoven: Quartet Op.18 No.3;Schubert: “Quartettsatz”; short dances byPiaf, Shostakovich and Veracruz. Linden StringQuartet; guest choreographer.• July 27: Classics. Beethoven: Quartet Op.59No.1 “Rasumovsky”; Ravel: String Quartet;Porter and Gershwin: selections for sopranoand strings. Tokai String Quartet; guest: BeccaKenneally, soprano.• August 3: Music and Painting. Mussorgsky:46S. Summer FestivalsPictures at an Exhibition; Chausson: ChansonPerpetuelle for piano, strings and soprano; Wolf:Italian Serenade; Dohnányi: Piano Quintet. PeterLongworth, piano; Tokai String Quartet; guests:Melanie Conly, soprano; Celia Sage, painter.• August 10: Finale. Beethoven: Sonata forViolin and Piano in A; Haydn: String Quartet; arrangementsof Scottish Folksongs for piano,strings and tenor; Schumann: Piano Quintet.Port Milford Faculty Artists; Marie Bérard, violin;Peter Longworth, piano.Music in SummerJVL Summer School for Performing ArtsJuly 5 to July 15North Bay, ON416-735-7499 or 905-882-7499www.MusicInSummer.comAll concerts at Canadore College, North Bay.• JVL Summer School for Performing Arts providesyoung musicians with the unique opportunityto combine their intensive music studiesand concert performances with recreationalactivities.• All students are encouraged to perform in aseries of concerts and recitals held in the eveningafter dinner. Students and faculty performin usually three or four concerts. The concertsare open format and will usually include a mixof solos, duets, trios, ensembles and orchestras.Students will also have the opportunity to performa featured solo with an orchestra. Throughthese regular concerts, students are exposed toa wide range of musical repertoire in many differentgenres.Music MondaysJune 4 to September 24Toronto, ON416-598-4521• Music Mondays concert listings for July 2 toSeptember 3 appear in this issue’s daily listings,section A: Concerts in the GTA. All concertsbegin at 12:15pm and are held at Church of theHoly Trinity, 10 Trinity Square, Toronto. FREEadmission; suggested donation.• All Music Mondays September concert listingswill appear in the daily listings, section A:Concerts in the GTA, of our September issue.Music NiagaraJuly 13 to August 11Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON905 468-5566www.musicniagara.orgMusique RoyaleJune 24 to September 24In venues throughout Nova Scotia902-634-9994www.musiqueroyale.comTickets: (adults); $10(students).• July 16 7:30: La Tour Baroque Duo.Eighteenth century performances for recorder,theorbo and harpsichord. Tim Blackmore, recorderand harpsichord; Michel Cardin, theorbo. St.James United Church, Great Village. Also July17–21 at different venues.• July 17 7:30: La Tour Baroque Duo. See July16. St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Chester.• July 18 7:30: La Tour Baroque Duo. See July16. St. John’s Cornwallis Church, Port Williams.• July 19 7:00: La Tour Baroque Duo. See July16. Ottawa House, Parrsboro.• July 20 7:30: La Tour Baroque Duo. See July16. United Church,• July 21 7:30: La Tour Baroque Duo. See July16. Fortress Louisbourg.• July 29 6:00: Best of Boxwood 2012.Traditional Maritime music; Boxwood artists ledby Chris Norman. Calvin Presbyterian Church,Loch Lomond. Also July 30, 31 and Aug 1–3 atdifferent venues.• July 30 7:30: Best of Boxwood 2012. SeeJuly 29. St. Stephen’s United Church, Port Hood.• July 31 7:30: Best of Boxwood 2012. SeeJuly 29. Sharon United Church, Tatamagouche.• August 1 7:30: Best of Boxwood 2012. SeeJuly 29. St. John the Baptist church, PoplarGrove.• August 2 8:00: Best of Boxwood 2012. SeeJuly 29. Osprey Arts Centre, Shelburne.• August 3 7:30: Best of Boxwood 2012. SeeJuly 29. Evergreen Theatre, Margaretsville.• July 29 3:00: Ensemble Caprice. MatthiasMaute, recorder; Sophie Larivière, recorder;David Jacques, baroque guitar. Yarmouth NorthBaptist Church, Yarmouth. Also July 31 and Aug1–3 at different venues.• July 31 7:30: Ensemble Caprice. See July 29.Manning Memorial Chapel, Wolfville.• August 1 7:30: Ensemble Caprice. See July29. Christ Church, Dartmouth.• August 2 7:30: Ensemble Caprice. See July29. Highland Village, Iona.• August 3 7:30: Ensemble Caprice. See July29. St. George’s Church, Georgeville.• August 5 7:30: Robert Quinney, organ. St.John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg.• September 15 7:00: Chris Norman and DavidGreenberg Duo. Memory Lane Heritage Village,Lake Charlotte.• September 16 7:30: Chris Norman and DavidGreenberg Duo. St. John the Evangelist Church,Truro.• September 22 7:30: Nova Brillante. PatriciaCreighton, flute; Karen Rokol, harp. St. John’sAnglican Church, Lunenburg.• September 22 6:00: Truth North: Sounds andImages of the Canadian North. Music by P.Togni;photography by N. Newbery. Peter Togni, pianoand organ. Cecilia’s Retreat, Mahone Bay. AlsoSept 23 and 24 at different venues.• September 23 7:00: Truth North: Soundsand Images of the Canadian North. See Sept 22.Yarmouth County Museum, Yarmouth.• September 24 7:00: Truth North: Soundsand Images of the Canadian North. See Sept 22.Peggy Corkum Music Room, Halifax.Muskoka Opera FestivalAugust 20 to August 24Bracebridge, ON,,www.atthecaisse.comNational Youth Orchestra of CanadaJuly 16 to August 9Summer tour416-532-4470www.nyoc.orgNorthern Lights Festival BoréalJuly 6 to July 8Bell Park Rd., Sudbury, ON705-674-5512www.nlfbsudbury.comNo Strings TheatreSummer Music IntensiveJuly 2 to July 29Toronto,• No Strings presents a summer music theatreintensive designed to develop singing, acting anddancing skills for youths aged 13 to 21. The programculminates in a public performance of amusic theatre show.• Listings for this season’s show, “Curtains,” acomedy murder mystery, running July 26 to 29,appear in this issue’s daily listings, section A:Concerts in the GTA.Northern Lights Festival BoréalJuly 6 to July 8Bell Park Rd., Sudbury, ON705-674-5512www.nlfbsudbury.comOttawa ChamberfestJuly 26 to August 9Ottawa, ON613-234-6306www.ottawachamberfest.comSee website for Festival Pass options.BNC – Beechwood, the National Cemetery ofCanada, 202 Beechwood AvenueDC – Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355Cooper StreetNAC – National Arts Centre of Canada, 53 ElginStreetNGC – National Gallery of Canada, 380 SussexDriveSB – Saint Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310 St.Patrick StreetSJ – The Church of St. John the Evangelist, 154Somerset Street West• July 26 7:00: Opening Night with CanadianBrass. Brandon Ridenour, trumpet; ChrisColetti, trumpet; Eric Reed, horn; AchillesLiarmakopoulos, trombone; Chuck Daelenbach,tuba. DC. .• July 27 12:00: Double Reeds à la Française.Works for double reeds by Verroust, Bourdeau,Françaix, Dutilleux and Poulenc. TheodoreBaskin, oboe; Stéphane Lévesque, bassoon;Sara Laimon, piano. DC. ; 3:00: ArsisHandbell Ensemble. Guest Remi Boucher, guitar.SJ. ; 7:00: Gryphon Trio with JulieNesrallah. Visconti: Lonesome Roads; Wright:Letters to the Immortal Beloved; Smetana: PianoTrio in g Op.15. Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin;Roman Borys, cello; James Parker, piano;Julie Nesrallah, mezzo. DC. ; 9:30: PinsentTalking Blues. Accompanied poetry by GordonPinsent, narrator. Eric Friesen, narrator; MarkFerguson, piano. SB. ; 10:30: Loose Screws.Cage: Sonatas and Interludes. Hinrich Alpers, piano.SB. .• July 28 12:00: Bartók: Sonata for TwoPianos and Percussion. James Anagnoson andLeslie Kinton, piano; Ryan Scott and Ed Reifel,percussion. DC.; 1:00: Alfresco Concerts 1:Lush Cello Quartet. Jazz standards, show tunesand pop music arranged for four cellos. OrlyBitov, Mary-Katherine Finch, Rachel Pomedli andWendy Solomon, cello. NGC. Free; 1:00: RisingStars. Showcase of young musicians from theNational Capital region. SB. ; 3:00: AlfrescoConcerts 2: Comboio Quartet. Tango nuevo, contemporarymusic and jazz. Manu Comté, accordion;Boris Gaquere, guitar; Renato Martins,percussion; Sam Gerstmans, double bass. NGC.Free; 5:30: Up Close and Personal: Rob Kapilow.See section D. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures& Symposia; 7:00: Festival Gala Concert: NashEnsemble of London. Bridge: Phantasy for PianoQuartet in f-sharp; Vaughan Williams: 6 Studiesin English Folk Song for Cello and Piano; Britten:3 Divertimenti for String Quartet; Elgar: PianoQuintet in a Op.84. DC. –; 9:30: CubanConnection: Jazz Ensemble and Strings. CreoleJuly 1 – September 7, 2012

music. Gryphon Trio; Phil Dwyer, saxophone;Hilario Durán, piano; Roberto Occhipinti, bass.SB. .• July 29 11:00am: Sacred Spaces:Bozzini Quartet. Feldman: Structures; Miller:Warblework; Cage: String Quartet in 4 Parts.Clemens Merkel and Mira Benjamin, violin;Stéphanie Bozzini, viola; Isabelle Bozzini, cello.BNC. ; 1:00: Alfresco Concerts 3:Linden String Quartet. Classical and contemporaryfavourites. Sarah McElravy and CatherineCosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola; Felix Umansky,cello. NGC. Free; 3:00: Beethoven StringQuartets 1: Rob Kapilow and the ShanghaiQuartet. Beethoven: String Quartet in F Op.18No.1. Weigang Li and Yi-Wen Jiang, violin;Honggang Li, viola; Nicholas Tzavaras, cello;Robert Kapilow, host. DC. ; 3:00: AlfrescoConcerts 4: Viva México! Mariachi music ofMexico. NGC. Free; 7:00: Beethoven StringQuartets 2: Shanghai String Quartet. Beethoven:String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat Op.18 No.6“Malinconia”; String Quartet No. 9 in C Op.59No.3 “Rasumovsky”; String Quartet No. 15 ina, Op.132. DC. ; 9:30: Late Night Classics:Classical Cabaret. Debussy: Piano Trio in G L3;Corigliano: Red Violin Caprices; Brahms: Trio forClarinet, Cello and Piano in a Op.114. SB. ;10:30: Comboio Quartet. Tango nuevo, contemporarymusic and Latin jazz. Manu Comté, accordion;Boris Gaquere, guitar; Renato Martins,percussion; Sam Gerstmans, double bass. SB..• July 30 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. See sectionD. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 12:00: Trio Voce. Clarke: Piano Trio;Schifrin: Pampas; Rota: Improvviso for Violin andPiano “Un diavolo sentimentale”; Improvviso forViolin and Piano “Amanti senza amore”; Arensky:Piano Trio No.1 in d Op.32. Patricia Tao, piano;Jasmine Lin, violin; Marina Hoover, cello. DC.; 3:00: Beethoven String Quartets 3: LindenString Quartet. Beethoven: String Quartet No.3in D Op.18 No.3. Sarah McElravy and CatherineCosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola; Felix Umansky,cello. SJ. ; 7:00: An Evening with GordonPinsent. R. Strauss: Enoch Arden; Saint-Saëns:Carnival of the Animals. James Parker, JamesAnagnoson and Leslie Kinton, piano; LeslieNewman, flute; Kimball Sykes, clarinet; and others;Gordon Pinsent, narrator. DC. ; 9:30:Mark Fewer at 40. Early music, core repertoireand jazz. Mark Fewer, violin; Hank Knox, harpsichord;Phil Dwyer, saxophone; James Campbell,clarinet; John Geggie, double bass; and others.SB. .• July 31 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. See sectionD. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 12:00: Hinrich Alpers PerformsDebussy. Debussy: Masques L.105; TroisMélodies L.81; Images, Book 2 L.111; and more.Hinrich Alpers, piano; Martha Guth, soprano;Marie Bérard, violin. DC. ; 3:00: The Heartand Soul of the String Quartet: Linden StringQuartet. Kid-friendly introduction to stringed instrumentsand chamber music. Sarah McElravyand Catherine Cosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola;Felix Umansky, cello. DC. Free. For children 8 to10; 3:00: Ensemble Made in Canada. Honegger:Sonate for Violin and Cello H.80; Prokofiev:Sonata for Two Violins in C Op.56; Golijov:Lullaby and Doina; Brahms: Piano QuartetNo.3 in c Op.60. DC. ; 5:30: Up Close andPersonal with Colin Carr. See section D. “TheETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:00:Tutti Vivaldi!: Arion Baroque Orchestra withMathieu Lussier. Concertos for flute and bassoonJuly 1 – September 7, 2012by Vivaldi. Arion Baroque Orchestra; MathieuLussier, bassoon; Claire Guimond, flute. DC.; 9:30: Elvis Everywhere. Daugherty: ElvisEverywhere for Three Elvis Impersonators andString Quartet. Afiara String Quartet; GrahamCampbell, guitar. SB. ; 10:30: SamuraiString Squad: Classical Grunge. Arrangementsof 90s rock and works by Beethoven, Schubert,Nine Inch Nails and Radiohead. CourtenayVandiver, Jesse Lewis, Jeremy Harmon andAlastair Eng, cello. SB. .• August 1 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. See sectionD. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 12:00: Van der Kamp, Monoyos andWeimann. Lunch-hour selection of early music.Harry van der Kamp, bass; Ann Monoyios, soprano;Alexander Weimann, harpsichord. DC.; 3:00: Colin Carr: Bach’s Solo Cello Suites1. Bach: Cello Suite No.1 in G BWV1007; CelloSuite No.3 in C BWV1009; Cello Suite No.5 in cBWV1011. Colin Carr, cello; Eric Friesen, narrator.DC. ; 7:00: Colin Carr: Bach’s Solo CelloSuite 2. Bach: Cello Suite No.2 in d BWV1008;Cello Suite No.4 in E-flat BWV1010; Cello SuiteNo.6 in D BWV1012. DC. ; 8:00: EvergreenClub Contemporary Gamelan. Traditional percussionmusic of Indonesia. Guest: Maryem Tollar,vocals. SB. ; 10:30: Los Vientos Tropicales:Pentaèdre Woodwind Quintet. Lussier: DosTropicos; Plante: Suite Piedra Libre; D’Rivera:Aires Tropicales; Piazzolla: Estaciones Porteñas.Danièle Bourget, flute; Martin Carpentier, clarinet;Normand Forget, oboe; Mathieu Lussier, bassoon;Louis-Philippe Marsolais, horn. SB. .• August 2 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. See sectionD. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 11:00am: The Music of Art – AveMaria. Art and music through the ages inspiredby the Virgin Mary. Robert Kapilow, lecturer;Ottawa Bach Choir. NGC. Free. Also at3:30 and 6:00; 12:00: Schweizer Klaviertrio.Mozart: Piano Trio No.5 in C K548; Kelterborn:Moments Musicaux; Brahms: Piano Trio No.2in C Op.87. Angela Golubeva, violin; SébastienSinger, cello; Martin Lucas Staub, piano. DC.. 3:00: Beethoven String Quartets 4: AfiaraString Quartet. Beethoven: String Quartet No.7in F Op.59 No.1 “Rasumovsky 1”; String QuartetNo.14 in c-sharp Op.131. Valerie Li and YuriCho, violin; David Samuel, viola; Adrian Fung,cello. SJ. ; 3:00: Adventures of the Smoid.Gamelan and shadow puppets. Kid-friendly storywith music by Rick Sacks in collaboration withthe Evergreen Gamelan Club. SB. Free; 3:30:The Music of Art – Ave Maria. See 11:00am;6:00: The Music of Art – Ave Maria. See11:00am; 7:00: Georgy Tchaidze with CeciliaString Quartet. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.4 inc Op.29; Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition;Dohnányi: Piano Quintet No.1 in c Op.1. GeorgyTchaidze, piano; Min-Jeong Koh and SarahNematallah, violin; Caitlin Boyle, viola; RachelDesoer, cello. DC. ; 8:00: The NationalYouth Orchestra of Canada. Sherkin: TerraIncognita; Dvořák: Cello Concert in b Op.104;Shostakovich: Symphony No.10 in e Op.93.National Youth Orchestra of Canada; CameronCrozman, cello; Alain Trudel, conductor. NAC.; 9:30: The Sacred and the Sensual: ArabicLove Songs through a Feminine Lens. MaryemTollar, Roula Said and Naghmeh Farahmand,voice. SB. ; 10:30: Adventures of the Smoid.Gamelan and shadow puppets. Story and musicby Rick Sacks in collaboration with theEvergreen Gamelan Club. SB. .• August 3 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. Seethewholenote.comsection D. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures& Symposia; 12:00: Rothko Chapel: JethroMarks and Friends. Bridge: Lament for 2Violas; Hindemith: Sonata for Solo Viola Op.25No.1; Feldman: Rothko Chapel. Jethro Marksand David Marks, viola; Ottawa Bach Choir;Lisette Canton, conductor. DC. ; 3:00:Beethoven String Quartets 5: Cecilia StringQuartet. Beethoven: String Quartet No.4 inc Op.18 No.4; String Quartet No.10 in E-flatOp.74 “Harp”; String Quartet No.8 in e Op.59No.2 “Rasumovsky 2.” Min-Jeong Koh andSarah Nematallah, violin; Caitlin Boyle, viola;Rachel Desoer, cello. SJ. ; 7:00: LesVoix Baroques: Da Venezia. Polychoral baroqueworks by Gabrieli and his contemporaries. HelenBrunet, soprano; Laura Pudwell, mezzo; JoelEstrada Gozalez and Sumner Thompson, tenor;Nathaniel Watson, bass; Les Voix Baroques; LaRose des Vents. DC. ; 9:30: Eybler Quartet:I’m Mozart Too! Works of composers associatedwith Mozart. Bologne: String Quartet in gOp.1 No.3; Kraus: String Quartet in c; Arriaga:Allegro from String Quartet No.1 in d; Mozart:String Quartet No.19 in C K465 “Dissonance.”Julia Wedman and Aisslinn Nosky, violin; PatrickJordan, viola; Margaret Gay, cello. SB. ;10:30: Britten, Bernstein, Bowles and Bedbugs:Allegro from String Quartet No.1 in d; Mozart:String Quartet No.19 in C K465 “Dissonance.”Julia Wedman and Aisslinn Nosky, violin; PatrickJordan, viola; Margaret Gay, cello. SB. ;10:30: Britten, Bernstein, Bowles and Bedbugs:The Bohemians in Brooklyn 1939–1943. Storyof an experiment in communal living in BrooklynHeights told through song and narration. TomAllen, narration; Bryce Kulak, piano and voice;Patricia O’Callaghan, voice; Lori Gemmell, harp.PRESENTED BYSB. .• August 4 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Expertsdiscuss the day’s musical offering. See sectionD. “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures &Symposia; 12:00: Beethoven String Quartets6: Penderecki String Quartet. Beethoven: StringQuartet No.5 in A Op.18 No.5; String QuartetNo.16 in F Op.135; String Quartet No.2 in GOp.18 No.2. Jeremy Bell and Jerzy Kaplanek,violin; Christine Vlajk, viola; Jacob Braun, cello.DC. ; 1:00: Chamber Elements by ScottThompson. Interactive composition for brass instrumentswith chamber choir in the NationalGallery space. Scott Thompson, trombone, director;Element Choir; Christine Duncan, conductor.NGC. Free. Also Aug 5; 2:00: WaterwaySoundfaire. Live musical performances and music-makingwith audience participation. Escolade Samba; Mash Potato Mashers. Rideau Canalarea near the NAC. Free; 3:00: SchweitzerKlaviertrio and Friends: Russian Compositions.Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew Themes Op.34;Glinka: Trio Pathétique for Clarinet, Bassoon andPiano in d; Juon: Litany for Piano Trio Op.70;Tchaikovsky: String Sextet in d Op.70 “Souvenirde Florence.” Schweitzer Klaviertrio, SolomiyaIvakhiv, violin; Jethro and David Marks, viola;Paul Marleyn, cello; Kimball Sykes, clarinet;Vincent Parezeau, bassoon. SJ. ; 7:00: 9:30:Late Night: Warhol Dervish with Richard ReedParry and Bryce Dessner. Canadian chamber musiccollective featuring composer and bassistRichard Reed Parry. SB. .• August 5 11:00am: Sacred Spaces: FourSeasons Harp Quartet. Houdy: Pour 2 harpes;Andrès: Parvis; Le jardin des paons; Alla fresca;Natra: Sonata in 1 Movement. JenniferSchwartz, Lori Gemmell, Caroline Lénardelli,SUPPORTED BY MAJOR LOCAL SPONSORSJazz up your summer!August 16Emilie-Claire BarlowAugust 17Louis Hayes & the “Cannonball” Legacy BandAugust 18George Shearing TributeAugust 19Boss Brass Reunion8:00 pm, Regent Theatre, PictonTickets, each – 1.877.411.4761Check out other great Jazz Festival events,with 75 top Jazz artists at 15 venues!August 14 - 19www.pecjazz.org47

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