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Few & Fewer
Saturday, May 7, 2016

Guy Few is versatile (trumpet, piano, singing) and fearless. Le Devoir says he's "outrageous...simply phenomenal". Put him together with violinist Mark Fewer, variously described as "genre-bending" and "freaky good" and, well, wait and see! Saint-Saëns, Puccini, Gershwin, Thelonius Monk. How's that for versatile?
They will be accompanied by pianist Stephanie Mara, who has recorded with Guy. She has appeared at the Elora Festival, Festival of the Sound, and numerous other events.
     A blockbuster musical evening to start our season and bound to sell out quickly.


Michele Jacot 
Saturday, September 24, 2016

Clarinet, flute, piccolo, saxophone: Michele is at home with them all, as you'll discover as she plays them all this evening! She has played with symphony orchestras as well as in theatre pits for Mirvish Productions, Shaw Festival, and others. A delightful program of music by Fauré, Brahms, Debussy, and Finzi, and more.
   Sonya Sim will accompany Michele and has performed in the United States, Europe, and Mexico. She is noted for both her collaborative and solo work.
Together these two young women will provide us an enchanting evening.


Sheng Cai
Sunday, October 30, 2016 


This piano virtuoso debuted with  the Toronto Symphony when he was just fifteen! The Toronto Star said he had "real talent with a clear, singing tone to a subtle sense of rubato." He's been heralded for his "great confidence ... lucidity, breath, colour, and power."
   Sheng studied at Juilliard, and has performed in recital in Steinway Hall, New York, Boston's Jordan Hall, and CBC's Glen Gould Studio. We'll see why he has won top competition prizes when he dazzles us with Beethoven, Chopin, Albeniz, and Shostakovich. If you love piano, you simply don't want to miss this marvellous performer.