Under the baton of Maestro Gilles Auger, the I Medici di McGill orchestra and piano soloist Kyoko Hashimoto will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 and his famous Symphony No. 5. in a benefit concert to aid the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of Syria.
This benefit concert will be held at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall – Concordia.
You can buy tickets or make a donation here.
Under the baton of Maestro Gilles Auger, the I Medici di McGill orchestra and piano soloist Kyoko Hashimoto will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 and his famous Symphony No. 5.
Directed by Maestro Gilles Auger, I Medici di McGill Orchestra of the McGill Faculty of Medicine starts its 27th season with a concert of the works by Tchaikovsky and Beethoven.
25th Season of I Medici di McGill Orchestra starts with the concert under the batton of Iwan Edwards, featuring Emmanuel Vukovich in Mozart's violin concerto No 5, K 219.
Program: Johannes Brahms: Tragic Overture, op 81; Wolfgang A Mozart: Violin Concerto No 5, K 219; Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No 5, op 67
Join the singers from VOISA, McGill’s newest voice ensemble, to celebrate the rich and vibrant traditional a cappella polyphonic music of Georgia.
Suggested contribution: $4 adult/ $2 child/ $10 max./family. At the door. Everyone welcome. No reservations necessary. Call 514-398-4094.
IMAGE: Bas-relief from the Jvari Monastery, Mtskheta, Georgia. By Iberieli, 2007. From Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
I Medici di McGill Orchestra Presents Brahms, Barber, Liszt and a New Work by Montreal’s Gabriel Thibaudeau
I Medici di McGill Orchestra continues its 24th concert season under the direction of maestro Iwan Edwards with the world premiere of Gabriel Thibaudeau's "Waiting for Brahms", a work composed for I Medici and inspired by Brahms' Double Concerto for violin and cello. Also on the program are Johannes Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture, Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings and Les Preludes of Franz Liszt.
Join Peter Schubert and friends for a conversation on the life and works of composer John Cage. The talk will precede a free, all-Cage concert in Pollack Hall as part of Les journées de la culture. Hosted by the Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas, in collaboration with the Schulich School of Music.