Check out our very special 40th
anniversary lineup. 

And this: we've moved our concert 
time to 2:30 in the afternoon on Sundays!

MitBravour Piano Trio
Sunday, May 27, 2018

Mauro Bertoli, whose piano virtuosity thrills us every time he appears on our stage, formed this trio that features Jethro Marks, viola, and Paul Marleyn, cello. Jethro is principal viola of the National Arts Centre Orchestra and first violist of the Zukerman Chamber Players, led by world-renowned Pinchas Zukerman. Paul is Professor of Cello and Head of Strings at the University of Ottawa. After the concert, you can ask him why his cello is known as "Il Cappucino". Individually, the three musicians have won numerous awards and performed at prestigious festivals and concert venues around the world.

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Here is a startlingly fresh and different musical ensemble in the chamber music world. Pentaèdre's five artist-musicians explore a diversified and original repertoire and are applauded widely for the technique, precision, and colour they bring to every performance. This means, simply, that they will excite and move you in ways you've probably never experienced before. (Unless you saw them when they last performed for us!) They have recorded six CDs, and their concerts are regularly broadcast on CBC and Radio-Canada.

The Poet & The Singer
Sunday, October 28, 2018

An intimate afternoon of lush singing with piano accompani-ment, seamlessly combined with evocative, witty poetry to create a magical whole. Leslie Fagan, a regular at Carnegie Hall, has been said to sing "effortlessly, with clear shimmering tone." Jeff Pinkney is a prize-winning poet and author. Pianist Lorin Shalanko regularly collaborates with Leslie and other musicians and dancers of Wilfrid Laurier and Waterloo universities. We'll be delighted by songs of Richard Strauss, Peter Tiefenbach, and Henry Purcell. A perfect concert for a Sunday afternoon.

A series you definitely don't want to miss! 
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Tickets are sold as a series of three, but, following the first concert, and if supply allows, single tickets will be offered.