Mediaeval hunting music for voices and instruments
Contrasting the wild and the tame, the rough and the refined, and the loud and the soft in 14th century Italian, French and German song. In collaboration with Montréal Médiéval Festival.
Music by Johannes Ciconia (c.1370-1412)
A story of panthers, deer, turtledoves and a stork! In collaboration with Montréal Médiéval Festival.
Redpath Hall, McGill University Campus
Saturday, June the 21st at 11am
Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 «Pastoral» 4th Fortepiano Concerto with Orchestra
Tom Beghin, pianoforte Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
A grandiose musical canvas of Nature and a «romantic» masterpiece!
The gentle Spring Sonata and bombastic Kreuzer: Beethoven's creativity.
Davide Monti, violin (Italy) Gili Loftus, fortepiano (Israel-Montreal: 2nd Prize at the Bruges Competition 2013)
La Petite Harmonie
Beethoven's friends and enemies: music for wind quartet.
Opus 106 ("Hammerklavier") Sonata and Opus 90 Sonata.
Tom Beghin, fortepiano
Beethoven in Virtual Acoustics : The intimately delicate Opus 90 and the monstruous, groundbreaking masterpiece, Opus 106.
This concert is in collaboration with live@CIRMMT.
Quatuor Franz-Joseph, Les Lys Naissants
Rarely heard septet for strings and winds dedicated to the Empress Maria-Theresa, this was one of Beethoven's most popular pieces during his lifetime and appeared in arrangements for several other combinations of instruments.
McGill fortepianists perform a selection of Beethoven's amazing and varied sonatas rarely heard on the instrument for which they were composed!
*This concert will be presented in the lobby of Tanna Schulich Hall.
Cantates de Bach BWV 4, 9, 18, 106, 181
Bruce Haynes Competition for Rhetorical Singing CBC Winners: Odéi Bilodeau, Elaine Williams, Philippe Gagné, Drew Santini Bande Montréal Baroque: Eric Milnes, director
Broadcasting live from the festival.