Voices From Past To Present

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Cameron Crozman, cello and Philip Chiu, piano
Sunday February 5, 2017 at 3 pm
$20/$10 student (cash at the door)

Program

Frank Bridge - Meditation and Spring Song
Ralph Vaughan-Williams - 6 Studies in English Folk Songs
Britten - O Waly, Waly
Britten - Sonata in C

---intermission---

Britten - Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse
Koechlin - Chansons bretonnes

Poulenc (arr. Gendron) - Sérénade
Poulenc - Sonate

Cameron Crozman is quickly being hailed as one of Canada’s leading young cellists. Playing on the ca. 1696 “Bonjour” Stradivarius cello and the ca. 1830 “Shaw” Adam cello bow generously on loan from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank, he has been recognized for his musical expressivity, versatility, and remarkable technique. He performs around the world in such prestigious venues as the Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, the Philharmonie de Paris, and Canada’s National Arts Centre. Regularly invited to appear at festivals such as the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Festival de violoncelle de Beauvais, and Musica Nova Helsinki, Cameron plays alongside eminent musicians including James Ehnes, Martin Beaver, André Laplante, Denis Pascal, and Huw Watkins.

"A musical force to be reckoned with"
- The Scene Magazine
"Crozman's Bach was one of the best musical gifts of 2016"
- CBC Music

More than a summation of technical and musical abilities, pianist Philip Chiu has become one of Canada’s leading musicians through his infectious love of music and his passion for communication and collaboration. Lauded for the brilliance, colour and sensitivity of his playing, he is particularly noted for his ability to connect with audiences on and off-stage.
“... a pianist-painter who turns every musical idea into a beautiful array of colors.”
- La Presse
“Pianist Philip Chiu played with striking precision and subtle poetry.”
- The Gazette (Montréal)
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