Chamberfest Fall Concert Series

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Event Date: Sep 19, 2020 - Dec 19, 2020
Location: Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre 355 Cooper St

19/09/2020 11:04:30 19/12/2020 12:59:59 15 Chamberfest Fall Concert Series The 2020-21 Fall Series passes give holders access to all six livestream concerts, broadcast live from Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre with world-class audio-visual production. Each o... Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre 355 Cooper St true MM/DD/YYYY

The 2020-21 Fall Series passes give holders access to all six livestream concerts, broadcast live from Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre with world-class audio-visual production. Each of these intimate “front row” concerts will showcase a program of approximately 60-75 minutes in length, with no intermission, followed by an interactive Q&A session with the artists. “Front row” livestreams are at 7pm.

Should COVID-19 regulations and safety considerations enable the opportunity for in-person presentation, pass holders may have the chance to purchase up to two in-person tickets at $25 each.

The design of this unique live experience will enable two opportunities to listen to each concert in the hall at Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, at 2pm and at 7pm on the scheduled day of the performance. These in-person concert opportunities will be announced 7-10 days in advance of scheduled performances.

Highlights

September 19: Cheng² Duo

Ottawa’s Cheng² Duo returns with the first of a two-part celebration of Beethoven featuring all five of his cello sonatas, paired with three new commissions inspired by these gems of chamber music with Silvie Cheng on piano and Bryan Cheng on cello.

October 6: Russel Braun & Carolyn Maule

Renowned Canadian baritone Russell Braun and pianist Carolyn Maule share the stage for an intimate recital, exploring themes of separation, isolation, reunification, and rebirth, centred around Beethoven’s song cycle “An die Ferne Geliebte” (To the Distant Beloved).

October 24: Angela Hewitt Bach Odyssey XII

Angela Hewitt concludes her epic four-year Bach Odyssey with The Art of the Fugue. Do not miss the celebratory ending of this monumental project!

November 17: Rolston String Quartet

Savour the vibrant energy and “full-bore emotion” (Toronto Concert Reviews) that this prize-winning Canadian string quartet shares with audiences all over the world. On the menu: Haydn and Grieg. The members of the Rolston String Quartet are Luri Lee on violin, Jason Issokson on violin, Hezekiah Leung on viola, and Yoshika Masuda on cello.

November 28: True North Brass

Canada’s top orchestral brass players in chamber form, True North Brass, present a program of rich polyphony perfect for the festive season. The members of True North Brass are Karen Donnelly on trumpet, Stéphane Beaulac on trumpet, Julie Fauteux on horn, David Pell on trombone, and Sasha Johnson on tuba.

December 19: Cheng² Duo II

Celebrate Ludwig’s 250th birthday with the continuation of Bryan and Silvie’s ambitious two-part Beethoven project featuring new works by Paul Wiancko, Dinuk Wijeratne, and Samy Moussa.

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