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Les AMIS Concerts

2013-14
31st Season

Michael Pepa, Founding Artistic Director
Lynn Kuo, Chef de l'ensemble

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Ars Musica In Summa

NEXT CONCERT

Saturday, May 31, 2014 - 8:00 p.m.

at
Toronto Heliconian Club
35 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, Ontario. M5R 2E3
(Admission: $25/$20 Sr. & St.)

A collaboration of Canadian Sinfonietta and Les AMIS
 

SINFONIETTA WINDS
Stephen Tam, Flute
Marta Kosek, Oboe
Kaye Royer, Clarinet
Larkin Hinder, Bassoon
Olivia Esther, Horn
with
Alain Bouvier, Violin
Alex Gajic, Viola
Andras Weber, Cello
Tim FitzGerald, Bass

Denes Agay: Five Easy Dances

Charles-Edward Lefebvre: Suite, Op. 57

Andrey Rubtsov: Three Moods

Bohuslav Martinu: Nonet, H.374

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Members of Les AMIS Ensemble on TOUR
Celebrate John Weinzweig Centenary
www.johnweinzweig.com

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Michael Pepa   Dennis Patrick   Sid Robinovitch   Norbert Palej

1. Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 7:00 p.m.

Concert Hall of Mykola Lysenko Lviv State Academy of Music

(O. Nyzhankivsky str., 5)

Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

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Lynn Kuo, Violin  Erika Crinó, Piano

Pepa/Patrick: Squamish for violin and tape (2006)

Pepa: INVENZIONI per Erika for piano (2012)

1. A piacere, Allegro
2. A piacere, Largo tranquillo
3. Perperuum mobile, A piacere
4. Andantino con moto, A piacere

Schumann: Sonata in g minor
1. So rasch wie möglich
2. Andantino. Getragen
3. Scherzi. Sehr rasch und markiert
4. Rondo. Presto

Ravel: Jeux d'eau

2. Thursday, September 26, 2013 - 7:00 p.m.

XIX International Contemporary Music Festival "Contrasts"
Academic Chamber Orchestra "Lviv Virtuosos"

S. Lyudkevych Concert Hall

(Tchaikovsky str., 7)

www.philharmonia.lviv.ua

Iryna Vakulina, Conductor
Lynn Kuo, Violin
Erika Crinó, Piano

Haydn: Concerto in C Major for violin and strings

1. Allegro moderato
2. Adagio
3. Finale: Presto

Weinzweig: Divertimento No. 10 for piano and strings (1989)

Laniuk: Song Without Words for strings

Pepa: TREMA for piano, percussion and strings (2013)

INTERMISSION

Pepa: Musical Offering for violin and strings (2013) - World Premiere

Bach: Concerto in d minor for piano and strings

1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Allegro

3. Monday, September 30, 2013 - 6:30 p.m.

Palace of Culture, Pernik, Bulgaria
ORPHEUS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF BULGARIA
‎Bulgarian Chamber Orchestra Orpheus

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Raitcho Christov, Conductor
Lynn Kuo, Violin
Erika Crinó, Piano

Haydn: Concerto in C Major for violin and strings

1. Allegro moderato
2. Adagio
3. Finale: Presto

Weinzweig: Divertimento No. 10 for piano and strings (1989)

Pepa: TREMA for piano, percussion and strings (2013)

INTERMISSION

Pepa: Musical Offering for violin and strings (2013)

Bach: Concerto in d minor for piano and strings

1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Allegro

4. Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 7:00 p.m.

Preporodna dvorana, Zagreb, Croatia
www.hds.hr 
www.cantus-ansambl.com

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Lynn Kuo, Violin Erika Crinó, Piano

Guest Artists

 

Zagreb Woodwind Trio

Dario Golčić, Oboe - Domagoj Pavlović, Clarinet - Žarko Perišić, Bassoon

Pepa/Patrick: Squamish for violin and tape (2006)

Šipuš: Les Nuit, Preludes for piano (2012)

1. Ton Arrivée
2. Elle, la mienne
3. Neige
4. Un monde...si loin
5. Derrière ton rêve
6.Les merveilleux nuages
7.Dans la nuit...ton étoile

Robinovitch: Klezmer in Granada for clarinet, bassoon and piano (2005)

Pepa: INVENZIONI per Erika for piano (2012)

1. A piacere, Allegro
2. A piacere, Largo tranquillo
3. Perperuum mobile, A piacere
4. Andantino con moto, A piacere

Pepa: Moldovenesca for violin, clarinet and piano (2005)

5. Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 8:00 p.m.

Guarnerius, Belgrade, Serbia
www.guarnerius.rs

presents

Erika Crinó, Piano
http://www.erikacrino.blogspot.ca 
www.erikacrino.com

Stefanovic: For Left Hand Only (1998) Clocks, Time (2003)

Schumann: Sonata in g minor
1. So rasch wie möglich
2. Andantino. Getragen
3. Scherzo. Sehr rasch und markiert
4. Rondo. Presto

Pepa: INVENZIONI per Erika (2012)
1. A piacere, Allegro
2. A piacere, Largo tranquillo
3. Perperuum mobile, A piacere
4. Andantino con moto, A piacere

Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin
1. Prélude
2. Fugue
3. Forlane
4. Rigaudon
5. Menuet
6. Toccata

Ravel: Jeux d'eau

6. Monday, October 7, 2013

Kraków, Poland
Gaia Centre of Music and Music Therapy

presents

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Erika Crinó, Piano

Weinzweig: Swing a fugue (1049)

Weinzweig: Tango for Two (1986)

Pepa: INVENZIONI per Erika

Schumann: Sonata in g minor

Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin

Ravel: Jeux d'eau

7. Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Kraków, Poland
Gaia Centre of Music and Music Therapy

presents

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Erika Crinó, Piano  Katarzyna Marczak, Clarinet

Brahms: Sonate No. 1 in F minor

Palej: Cantilena Veni Creator Spiritus

Resanovic: alt.music.ballistix

Beytelmann: 8 Airs Autour du Tango

Kovacs: Sholem –alekhem, rov Feidman!

8. Thursday, October 10, 2013

Poland, Dworek Białoprądnicki
http://centrumgaia.pl/Erika_Dworek.html

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Gaia Centre of Music and Music Therapy

presents

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Erika Crinó, Piano   Katarzyna Marczak, Clarinet

Rachmaninoff: cis-Moll Prelude, Op. 3, No. 2

Brahms: Sonata No. 1 in f-Moll for clarinet and piano

Pepa: INVENZIONI per Erika (2012)
1. A piacere, Allegro
2. A piacere, Largo tranquillo
3. Perperuum mobile, A piacere
4. Andantino con moto, A piacere

Weinzweig: Swing a fugue for piano (1949)

Weinzweig: Tango for Two for piano (1986)

Palej: Cantilena Veni Creator Spiritus for clarinet and piano

Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin
1. Prélude
2. Fugue
3. Forlane
4. Rigaudon
5. Menuet
6. Toccata

Beyteimann: 4 Airs du Tanto for clarinet and piano

Kovács: Sholem-alekhem, rov Feidman! for clarinet and piano

9. Sunday, October 27, 2013 - 3:30 p.m.

at
La Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur
maison de la musique
100, rue Sherbrooke E Montréal, QC H2X 1C3
(514) 872-5338
http://www.norbertpalej.com/about.html

présente

en collaboration avec

l'Ambassade de la République de Croatie a Ottawa
AMCA Québec et
Les AMIS concerts

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Zagreb Woodwind Trio

Dario Golčić, Oboe - Domagoj Pavlović, Clarinet - Žarko Perišić, Bassoon

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(ZWT's tour is supported by the City of Zagreb)

Guest Artist

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Erika Crinó, Piano

Ruždjak: Puhacki trio

Šipuš: Pas de trois

Tansman: Suite - dialogue, scherzino, aria, finale - for trio

INTERMISSION

Pepa: Moldovenesca for oboe, clarinet and piano (2005)

Robinovitch: Klezmer in Granada for oboe, clarinet, bassoon and piano (2005)

Jelaska: Rozeta - narančasto, ljibičasto, crveno - for trio

International touring is very much part of our artistic vision. Since 2005, Les AMIS has been involved in building international relationships – Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine, Hungary, Poland and Japan. The focal point has been the Music Biennale of Zagreb, International Festival of Contemporary Music. Les AMIS had a very successful tour in April 2007 and as a result was invited back in April/May 2009. The focus was again Music Biennale of Zagreb but the tour was extended to Sofia, Belgrade, Timisoara, and Budapest where Les AMIS was joined by the Penderecki Quartet. The tour was supported by Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council, SOCAN Foundation and POP/PEPA Attorneys-At-Law.

A native of St. John's, NL, violinist Lynn Kuo has appeared as recitalist, soloist, and chamber musician across North America and Europe. In demand as an interpreter of contemporary music, Lynn has given numerous world premieres of acoustic and electroacoustic solo and chamber works written for her and various ensembles by composers from Canada, United States, Serbia, Croatia, and Ireland. Lynn has performed as guest solist with various orchestra such as the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic (Ukraine), Cantus ensemble (Croatia), Orpheus Chamber Orchestra (Bulgaria), and the gypsy orchestra Rajkó Band (Hungary).

Having also collaborated with international artists such as Christoph Eschenbach, Nexus percussion ensemble, and the Gryphon Trio, Lynn is also Chef de l'ensemble Les AMIS, a Toronto-based ensemble with which she has performed four European concert tours. In 2011, Lynn recorded music of Nino Rota on the NAXOS label with pianist Mary Kenedi and in 2014 will release a debut CD with pianist Marianna Humetska entitled LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession.

Lynn currently performs as Assistant Concertmaster of the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra and has also served as guest concertmaster of orchestras including the National Arts Centre Orchestra. Lynn also serves as adjudicator, guest artist, teacher, and lecturer at Canadian festivals and universities. Having completed her Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Toronto, Lynn dedicated her research to holistic health and injury prevntion in orchestral string musicians.

Pianist Erika Crinó is very active both as a chamber musician and a soloist, performing extensively both in North America and Europe. Several of her performances have been featured on CBC Radio both as a soloist, as winner of the Debut Series, and in chamber music settings, collaborating with percussionist Salvador Ferreras, clarinetist Francois Houle, and pianist Brett Kingsbury.

Since her move to Toronto, Erika has been regularly heard in several important venues, among which, the Glenn Gould Studio, where she performed and recorded Bach's Triple Concerto with pianists Robert Silverman and Brett Kingsbury, and the Koffler Chamber Orchestra directed by Jacques Israelievitch, as well as premiered Michael Pepa's TREMA, for piano, percussion and orchestra , with the Canadian Sinfonietta. Erika has performed at the historical Massey Hall directed by William Shookoff, at the University of Toronto where she collaborated with cellist David Hetherington. In duo with Marianna Humetska, she was also invited to perform at the 7th Meridian-ISCM International Festival in Bucharest, Romania. After obtaining the Diploma in Piano at the conservatory of her own town, Trieste, and the Diploma in Chamber Music with the Trio di Trieste, Erika studied with M. Bruno Canino in Milan. Shortly after, she moved to Canada where she completed her Doctorate in Piano Performance with Dr. Robert Silverman at the University of British Columbia. Erika is currently faculty at the Kingsway Conservatory and teaches part time at U of T.

Katarzyna Marczak graduated from the Instrumental Department of the Academy of Music in Cracow (M.Mus. in Clarinet Performance), and the followig year she received her second M.Mus. from the Department of Composition, Conducting and Music Theory of the aforementioned institution. In 2009 she obtained her DMA degree from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

Ms. Marczak is a founding member and artistic director of the Ara Ensemble, a chamber group specializing in contemporary music. The ensemble has performed at many festivals, music seminars and individual concerts in Poland and abroad. In 2003 the group recorded, and in 2006 released, its first CD, devoted to Canadian composers.

While at UBC, she co-founded the Trio sTREga, consisting of clarinet, cello and piano, in conjunction with her fellow DMA students at UBC. Over the time the group changed its profile and nowadays exists as a clarinet-violin-piano ensemble.

As a soloist Katarzyna Marczak has appeared at festivals and music seminars. In 1992 she performed as a pianist in the finals of the Competition of Contemporary Music in Warsaw. In 2003 she recorded a number of contemporary pieces for clarinet, released in 2005 on CDs accompanying scores published by the Polish Music Edition (PWM). In 2008 she succesfully premiered the famous HARLEKIN by Karlheinz Stockhausen, a 45-minute long stage dance piece for solo clarinet. She presented the piece already on a concert tour in Poland in November 2008, as well as in The Banff Centre for the Arts, during her creative residency in Fall/Winter 2008/2009. In 2012 Ms. Marczak returned to Poland and founded CMM "Gaia", the Centre of Music and Music Therapy, which focuses on early childhood music education, and music as a relaxing medium available for everyone.

Michael Pepa is a composer of over 80 works for solo instruments, chamber ensembles and orchestra. His music has been widely performed in Canada, United States, Japan, France, Holland, Austria, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Ukraine.

As a Founder and Artistic Director of Les AMIS Concerts, with support of violinist Lynn Kuo, Chef de l'ensemble Les AMIS, advisors Marianna Humetska and Erika Crinó, Mr. Pepa has guided Les AMIS successfully for the past 30 seasons. He is the composer-in-residence of the Canadian Sinfonietta, a member of the Canadian League of Composers, SOCAN, and an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre.

Dennis Patrick is a Toronto based composer and teacher. He is a member of the Theory and Composition Division of the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto where he directs the Electroacoustic Music Studio and coordinates the Faculty's annual January New Music Festival. He was trained in classical composition and orchestration. His teachers included John Weinzweig, Gustav Ciamaga, Godfrey Ridout, Lothar Klein, and Talivaldis Kenins. He has composed music for several award winning CBC radio dramas by Canadian authors, Timothy Findley and Michael Ondaatje including The English Patient, The Trials of Ezra Pound, In The Skin of a Lion, and Famous Last Words.

Sid Robinovitch's music has been widely performed in Canada and abroad, having been featured by groups such as the Elmer Iseler Singers the Vancouver Chamber Choir and the Toronto, Montreal and Louisville Symphony Orchestras. His works have been frequently broadcast on CBC radio, and he has also written music for film and TV where he is best known for his theme for the satirical comedy series, The Newsroom.

Klezmer Suite, a recording devoted entirely to his music performed by the Winnipeg Symphony under the direction of Bramwell Tovey, was nominated for a 2002 Juno award and received a Prairie Music Award for outstanding classical recording. Sefarad, a CD showcasing his music for guitar, was released in 2008 on the Marquis label and received both Juno and Western Canadian Award nominations for classical recording of the year. His latest recording, Choral Odyssey, was released in 2012 and features the Winnipeg Singers under the direction of Yuri Klaz.

Norbert Palej is Associate Professor of Composition and the Theory and Composition Department Coordinator at the University of Toronto. He also serves as the director of the University of Toronto gamUT chamber orchestra, and as the artistic director of the annual New Music Festival. He holds composition degrees from Cornell University (D.M.A.), The Juilliard School (M.M.), and the New England Conservatory (B.M.). He is also an active concert pianist and conductor.

Recent commissions include operas for the Tapestry New Opera and the Canadian Children's Opera Company, a string quartet for the Penderecki String Quartet, a percussion concerto for Evelyn Glennie, a song cycle for the Canadian Art Song Project, a work for NEXUS and 2X10, and a choral work for Soundstreams Canada, featuring the Elmer Iseler Singers, the Polish Chamber Choir, and the Toronto Children's Chorus. His music has been heard in Canada, USA, Poland, Norway, Germany, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Great Britain, and Costa Rica. http://www.norbertpalej.com/about.html

Born in 1913 to Polish-Jewish immigrants, John Weinzweig became a noted Canadian composer, educator and advocate. He began music study at the age of 14, learning mandolin at the Workmen's Circle Peretz School, a Jewish community school in North Toronto. During his high school years at Harbord Collegiate, Weinzweig joined the orchestra playing the violin parts on the mandolin but eventually learned the tuba, tenor saxophone, and bass. Weinzweig's early musical training led to an interest in composition and he spent between 1934-37 studying at the University of Toronto with Healy Willan, Leo Smith, and Sir Ernest McMillan. During his time at the University of Toronto Weinzweig founded and conducted the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Following the completion of his education in Toronto, Weinzweig moved to Rochester, NY to study with Howard Hanson at the Eastman School of Music. There he was first introduced to serial compositional techniques. Upon his return to Toronto, Weinzweig experimented with serialism in his Piano Suite no. 1 (1939) and in incidental music for docudrama radio programming at the growing CBC. For the remainder of his career, Weinzweig continued to use serialism as the governing structure behind his compositions even when he experimented with other musical ideas.

Weinzweig received a number of awards recognising his advocacy, pedagogy, and compositions including the Order of Canada (1974), the Canada Council Medal (1978), President Emeritus of the CLC (1981), the Molson Prize (1981), The Roy Thomson Hall Award (1991), the Toronto Arts Award for Music (1998), and in 2004 at the age of 91, the SOCAN life achievement award. Weinzweig remained an active voice at SOCAN and CLC meetings until 2004 and continued to compose until shortly before he passed away in 2006. He is remembered as the Dean of Canadian Composers, as his advocacy, pedagogy, and compositional style changed the face of music in Canada.

ZAGREB WOODWIND TRIO Dario Golčić - oboe Domagoj Pavlović - clarinet Žarko Perišić - bassoon

ZWT resume the tradition of an ensemble founded in 1969, promoting wind music. Their extensive repertoire contains compositions of all styles and periods but on whole, the ensemble inclines to modern music. Many Croatian composers have written for the Trio. The ensemble has also gained international reputation.

Oboist Dario Golčić was born in Zagreb where he attended the primary and secondary music school in the class of Branko Mihanović. He studied in Freiburg (Heinz Holliger), Basel (Omar Zoboli and Christian Schmitt), Lausanne (Vincent Gay-Balmaz) and took part in Thomas Indermuehle's master class. He is a winner of several first prizes in national and international oboe competitions. As a soloist, he performed with The Zagreb Soloists, the Cantus Ensemble, the chamber orchestras from Freiburg and Heidelberg, and the New Orchestra from Basel. He collaborated with the Basel Symphony Orchestra, the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 2009 he has been working as a teaching assistant in oboe at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb. He is the first oboist in the Symphony Orchestra of Croatian Radiotelevision.

Clarinetist Domagoj Pavlović graduated from the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb in 2001 and finished his master's degee in 2005 in the class of Josip Tonžetić. He continued his education in the master classes of world-renowned musicians Guy Deplus (France) and Michael Edwards (USA), and participated in chamber music courses where he worked with Rudolf Leopold (Austria) and Matthias Maurer (Switzerland). At the 36th Darko Lukić Young Musicians Panel, he gave a notable recital of works by Croatian authors. He has recorded works by Croatian composers for the Croatian Radio in cooperation with the Symphony Orchestra of Croatian Radiotelevision, his home orchestra where he has been a clarinet soloist since 2002. He is especially interested in chamber music and has been a member of several different ensembles (a wind and piano trio, a clarinet quartet, a wind octet). Currently he is a member of the Zagreb Woodwind Trio and Duo Clarp (with the harpist Mirjana Krišković). Since 2001 he has been collaborating with the Porin String Quartet with which he had notable performances in Salzburg and Graz. In 2009, he performed with the Zagreb Quartet at the Croatian Music Festival in Vienna.

Bassoonist Žarko Perišić graduated from the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb in the class of Marijan Kobetić in 1990. As a student he won numerous republic and federal first prizes as a bassoonist and a chamber musician. He was awarded the University of Zagreb Rector's Award, as well as the Academy of Music Wind Department's award. After finishing his studies, he continued his education in a graduate class of M.Turković at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. From 1992 to 1996 he was the first bassoonist in the Israeli Radio Orchestra in Jeruzalem. In that period he also performed as a soloist with the Violins of King David Orchestra from Jeruzalem, with the Izraeli Radio Chamber Orchestra, and with the ensembles Twentieth Century, Van Leer, Musica Nova, Kaprisma, the Izraeli Chamber Orchestra, and with the Tel Aviv Symphony Orchestra. He led the Woodwind Quintet of the Jeruzalem Symphony Orchestra as well as the Divertimento Woodwind Trio. In 1996 he moved to the position of the bassoonist soloist in the Salzburg Chamber Philharmonic and continued his graduate studies at the Mozarteum in the class of R.Galler. Since 1997 he has been a lecturer in bassoon, chamber music and orchestral studies at the Novi Sad Art Academy. He became an assistant professor in 1999. He is a founder of the wind quintet Sinergija 5, Also performed with the Mozarteum orchestra, Camerata Salzburg, Klangforum Wien, Budapest Festival orchestra, Gustav Mahler CO, and as solo bassoonist of the OENM ensemble Salzburg.. Since 2005 he has been a bassoonist soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Croatian Radiotelevision in Zagreb and bassoon Professor at the Music academy in Zagreb (since 2004) and Music academy in Sarajevo ( since 2010)

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Les AMIS Concerts at HOME

I - Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 8:00 p.m.

at
Toronto Heliconian Club
35 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, Ontario. M5R 2E3
(Admission: $20/$15 Sr. & St.)

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Erika Crinó, Piano
http://www.erikacrino.blogspot.ca
www.erikacrino.com

Schumann: Sonata in g minor

1. So rasch wie möglich
2. Andantino. Getragen
3. Scherzo. Sehr rasch und markiert
4. Rondo. Presto

Šipuš: Les Nuit, Preludes (2012)
1. Ton Arrivée
2. Elle, la mienne
3. Neige
4. Un monde...si loin
5. Derrière ton rêve
6.Les merveilleux nuages
7.Dans la nuit...ton étoile

Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin

1. Prélude
2. Fugue
3. Forlane
4. Rigaudon
5. Menuet
6. Toccata

Ravel: Jeux d'eau

II - Wednesday, October 30, 2013 - 8:00 p.m.

at
Toronto Heliconian Club
35 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, Ontario. M5R 2E3
(Admission: $25/$20 Sr. & St.)

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Zagreb Woodwind Trio

Dario Golčić, Oboe - Domagoj Pavlović, Clarinet - Žarko Perišić, Bassoon

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(ZWT's tour is supported by the City of Zagreb)

Guest Artist

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Erika Crinó, Piano

Ruždjak: Puhacki trio

Šipuš: Pas de trois

Tansman: Suite - dialogue, scherzino, aria, finale - for trio

INTERMISSION

Pepa: Moldovenesca for oboe, clarinet and piano (2005)

Robinovitch: Klezmer in Granada for clarinet, bassoon and piano (2005)

Jelaska: Rozeta - narančasto, ljibičasto, crveno - for trio

III - Monday, March 17, 2014 - 8:00 p.m.

at
La Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur
maison de la musique
100, rue Sherbrooke E Montréal, QC H2X 1C3
(514) 872-5338
http://www.ville.montreal.qc.ca/chapellebonpasteur

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DUO X[iksa]
Yasutaka Hemmi, Violin/Viola
Takayo Matsumura, Harp

http://www.x-iksa.com/

Guest Artist

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Erika Crinó, Piano
http://www.erikacrino.blogspot.ca
www.erikacrino.com

Hosokawa: Gesine for solo Harp

Hemmi: Miminashi-Hoichi Fantasy for Violin and Harp

Takemitsu: Rain Tree Sketch II - In Memoriam Olivier Messiaen for Piano solo

Messiaen: Theme et variations for Violin and Piano

Pepa: INVOCATION for Viola and Harp

Hosokawa: ARC-SONG for Violin and Harp

Tokunaga: Funauta for Violin and Harp

Pepa: INVENZIONI for Piano, Violin and Harp

 

IV - Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - 8:00 p.m.

at
Toronto Heliconian Club
35 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, Ontario. M5R 2E3
(Admission: $25/$20 Sr. & St.)

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DUO X[iksa]

Yasutaka Hemmi, Violin/Viola
Takayo Matsumura, Harp

http://www.x-iksa.com/

Guest Artist