Live Stream Concerts

Thank you to everyone who attended our spring live stream series! 

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Past Live Stream Concerts

  Weds May 6 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

India Gailey, cello

India Gailey is an award-winning cellist who draws from many eras and genres. Originally from Halifax, things she has been up to recently include: releasing her first solo album, Lucid; earning her Master of Music degree under the tutelage of Matt Haimovitz at McGill’s Schulich School of Music; working with Philip Glass at Scotia Festival; receiving a Graduate Mobility Award from McGill to perform in Germany; and holding a fellowship at Garth Newel Music Center in Virginia. India also tours regularly with the acclaimed environmental improvisation quartet New Hermitage. https://indiayeshe.com/

 

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  Weds April 29 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

Benjamin Bertin, piano
Born in Winnipeg, Benjamin Bertin received his Bachelor of Music from Brandon University, Masters and Artist Diploma in the United States, and currently is completing doctoral studies at Université de Montréal under the mentorship of Paul Stewart. Throughout his studies, Benjamin’s interest has gravitated toward Russian music, resulting in a certain specialization in this repertoire. His doctoral research focuses on the music of little-known Russian composer Nikolai Medtner, and has led him to give performances and lectures in the US, Portugal, and Canada. 

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  Weds April 22 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

Cameron Denby, marimba

Cameron received a Professional Studies Diploma in Marimba Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 2019, following studies at the Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music at the University of Manitoba. He has won many awards including first place in the University of Manitoba concerto competition, and has performed with ensembles such as the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the Oceanic Jazz Orchestra. ​Cameron Denby is proud to be sponsored as a Marimba One™ Discovery Artist.

 

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  Weds April 15 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

Madeline Hildebrand, piano
Acclaimed Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker describes Madeline Hildebrand as “an extraordinary young artist whose communicative skills convey the essence of all that she plays. Her pianism is of the highest level, and she has an instinctive understanding of beautiful sound.”

Madeline Hildebrand is currently pursuing her Doctorate degree at Stony Brook University in New York. She is an active member of the Canadian Prairies solo and chamber music scene. Visit madelinehildebrand.com to learn more!

 

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  Weds April 8 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

Jonathan Stuchbery, theorbo
Jonathan Stuchbery is a lutenist and guitarist engaged in inspiring and educating through music. A graduate of the Schulich School of Music recognized for outstanding achievement in lute, he distinguished himself as a finalist in the 2017 McGill Concerto competition, and has performed for series and festivals such as Live@CIRMMT. He is currently pursuing a Masters degree in early music performance at the Escola Supérior de Musica Catalunya in Barcelona.

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Clips from interview with Jonathan:  (full version on Patreon)

  Weds April 1 – 7:00 pm Central / 5:00 pm Pacific

Simon Farintosh, guitar
Simon Farintosh is a promising young classical guitarist from the west coast of Canada, and has garnered awards at competitions across Canada and the US, including 1st Prize at the 2018 Northwest Guitar Festival & Competition in Spokane, WA. In addition to being a busy performer and competitor, Simon is a sought-after guitar instructor, including as faculty member at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. He will start a Doctorate of Musical Arts this fall at the University of Toronto.