Born in Ottawa, NICK MACLEAN is “one of the most gifted young Toronto pianists to come along in the last few years” and has quickly become one of the most in demand piano players in Toronto's jazz scene.
Stick&Bow, “the trailblazing Montreal duo that plays everything from Bach to Radiohead” (CBC Music), unites marimba player Krystina Marcoux and cellist Juan Sebastian Delgado. Classically trained musicians, they present a wide spectrum of musical styles featuring original arrangements of some of the most celebrated works in history. Stick&Bow is also strongly committed to the music of our time, commissioning works that are daring yet accessible from composers such as Luis Naon, Camille Pépin, Luna Pearl Woolf, among others.
The Brockville Concert Association and Canada Music Academy are proud to present an in-person concert featuring five local youth musicians: Christopher Arzoumanian, Lucas Arzoumanian, Andreas Arzoumanian, Elisabeth Lavallee, and Matthew O'Halloran.
The BCA is thrilled to celebrate its 75th Anniversary with A WORLD OF MUSIC, beginning with the Sultans of String's Refuge / Sanctuary project. Sultans of String is a multi-award-winning band that thrills audiences with a genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, Flamenco, Django-jazz, Arabic, Cuban and South Asian rhythms. This Refuge / Sanctuary concert highlights the positive contributions of refugees and new immigrants to Canada. The show is a collaboration with special guests who are newcomers to this land, Indigenous artists, as well as global talents who have been ambassadors for peace.
The BCA is thrilled to celebrate its 75th Anniversary with A World of Music. Second up in this series is the Barnes & Woldemichael Ethio-Jazz Quartet. The evening will begin with a catered Ethiopian dinner at 5:30pm, followed by the concert at 7:00pm.
The BCA is thrilled to celebrate its 75th Anniversary with A World of Music. The final event in this series is TANGORIUM, a new multimedia show with the Queen's University Orchestra on stage with soloists Michael Bridge (accordion) and Kornel Wolak (clarinet).