class of Axel Strauss
Claire Chase is a 2014 Catherine Thornhill Steele Invited Artist.
Claire Chase, flute
Density - A recital of music for Flute and Electronics
Ms. Chase is a 2014 Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist.
Tickets available at the door.
Gluck's Don Juan
Bernard Labadie, director
Gabriela Montero, piano
“The Queen of Improvisation” (The Associated Press), Gabriela Montero leads a magnificent international career, appearing in the world’s greatest performance halls, often with a program made up entirely of on-the-spot improvisations based on audience suggestions.
This concert is presented as part of the 2014 Montreal International Musical Competition.
Esteli Gomez received a GRAMMY Award in the Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance Category with her ensemble A Roomful of Teeth. While at Schulich, soprano Esteli Gomez studied with Prof. Sanford Sylvan. Her ensemble’s self-titled debut album, was nominated in three categories- Best Engineer for Classical Album, Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance, and Best Contemporary Classical Composition for Caroline Shaw’s Partita for 8 voices.
Noted Violinist and string pedagogue Felicia Moye to join the Schulich School of Music string faculty.
The Schulich School of Music announces the appointment of Violin Professor Felicia Moye beginning August 1st, 2014.
“We are tremendously pleased to welcome Felicia Moye as a member of our string faculty. Felicia has had an extraordinary career as first violinist of the Miami String Quartet, as a versatile orchestral and chamber musician, and as a soloist. She brings a wealth of experience to the school, complementing the current string area faculty. Her easy, confident teaching style is most impressive. She is a born pedagogue.”
Mahidol University's College of Music (Bangkok), in collaboration with Goethe-Institut (Thailand), recently hosted the "Young Composers in Southeast Asia Competition & Festival 2013". The event invited composers from Southeast Asia to present their compositions. Ten composers were selected by international jury members to attend a workshop to present their credentials and discuss on their outstanding pieces.
E. Adams, violin; J. Hung, viola
D. Babich & O. Miziuk, cellos
A. Volkov,double bass; I. Lazarov,piano
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Rossini and Schubert
*Proceeds go to the Kenneth Woodman Scholarship Fund