Schulich@Bon-Pasteur: Musical Chairs

Thursday, February 27, 2020 19:30to21:30
Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur, 100, rue Sherbrooke E, Montreal, QC, H2X 1C3, CA
Access Pass Required

Showcasing the next generation of chamber musicians in an iconic Montreal venue well-known for its warmth and charm. This concert is presented as part of the Musical Chairs Chamber Music Festival.


Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 32

I. Allegro moderato
II. Scherzo (Allegro molto)
III. Elegia (Adagio)
IV. Finale (Allegro non troppo)

Sibelius Trio
Júlia Mušáková, violin
Sujari Britt, cello
David Munk-Nielsen, piano

MAURICE RAVEL (1875-1937)
Piano Trio

I. Modéré
II. Pantoum: Assez vif
III. Passacaille: Très large
IV. Final: Animé

Mithras Piano Trio
Ionel Manciu, violin
Leo Popplewell, cello
Dominic Degavino, piano


AMY BEACH (1867-1944)
Piano Quintet in F-sharp minor, Op. 67

I. Adagio — Allegro Moderato
II. Adagio espressivo
III. Allegro agitato — Adagio come prima — Presto

Jinjoo Cho, Alkim Onoglu, violin
Neal Gripp, viola
Wei An Hung, cello
Tong Wang, piano

Bringing together musicians from eight institutions across four continents, the third edition of Musical Chairs presents workshops, concerts, and masterclasses featuring top-level students and distinguished professionals.

Joining Schulich faculty and students are featured guests: James Campbell*, clarinet; Matthew Jones, viola; Kim Kashkashian*, viola; Peter Wiley*, cello; Matthew Jones, viola; Björn Christian Nyman, clarinet; Michele Walsh, violin; Ilmo Ranta, piano; Leonhard Roczek, cello; Yan Lim, piano; and Trio Zadig
(*Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist)

Invited Conservatories: Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel (Belgium), Guildhall School of Music and Drama (United Kingdom), Mozarteum University Salzburg (Austria), Norwegian Academy of Music (Norway), Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University (Australia), Sibelius Academy (Finland), Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (Singapore)

*Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist

See the full programming of events here.

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