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Beethoven – The Complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano I / Intégrale des sonates pour violon et piano I

Saturday, July 11, 2020 | 13:30 EDT Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre $15 – $70

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Beethoven – The Complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano I / Intégrale des sonates pour violon et piano I

Jonathan Crow – violin / violon 

The 2019-2020 season marks Canadian violinist Jonathan Crow’s ninth season as Concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. A native of Prince George (British-Columbia), Jonathan earned his Bachelor of Music in Honours Performance from McGill University in 1998, at which time he joined the Montreal Symphony Orchestra as Associate Principal Second Violin. Between 2002 and 2006, Jonathan was the Concertmaster of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, becoming the youngest concertmaster of a major North American orchestra. Jonathan continues to perform as guest concertmaster with orchestras around the world, including the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Filarmonia de Lanaudière and Pernambuco Festival Orchestra (Brazil). Jonathan has performed as a soloist with most major Canadian orchestras including the Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver Symphony Orchestras, the National Arts Centre and Calgary Philharmonic Orchestras, the Victoria and Kingston Symphonies and Orchestra London, under the baton of such conductors as Charles Dutoit, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Sir Andrew Davis, Peter Oundjian, Kent Nagano, Mario Bernardi and João Carlos Martins. An avid chamber musician, Jonathan has performed at many chamber music festivals in Europe and North America, and is the Artistic Director of Toronto Summer Music. He is a founding member of the Juno Award-winning New Orford String Quartet, a new project-based ensemble dedicated to the promotion of standard and Canadian string quartet repertoire. Jonathan is currently Associate Professor of Violin at the University of Toronto.

Philip Chiu – piano

“ A pianist-painter who transforms each musical idea into a beautiful array of colors ” ( La Presse ), Philip Chiu is acclaimed for his brilliant pianism, sensitive listening, and a stage presence that eschews the hermit-pianist image and favours openness, authenticity, and connection with audiences. Inaugural winner of the Mécénat Musica Prix Goyer ($125,000), Philip has become one of Canada’s leading musicians through his infectious love of music and his passion for creation and communication. Philip concertizes extensively as soloist and chamber musician and has performed solo recitals and chamber music concerts in most major venues across Canada, as well as concert halls in France, Japan and the United States. Chamber music partners have included James Ehnes, Emmanuel Pahud, Regis Pasquier, Noah Bendix-Balgley, Bomsori Kim, Johannes Moser, and Raphael Wallfisch. He has a long-standing violin-piano duo with Jonathan Crow, concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and violinist of the New Orford String Quartet . Philip is a veteran touring artist of Prairie Debut , Jeunesses Musicales Canada , and Debut Atlantic , having toured the country 14 times with their generous support. He immensely enjoyed programming unique and imaginative concerts as Cecilia Concert ’s 2018/2019 Artist-in-Residence, and is looking forward to further exploring his creative side as Artist-in Residence for Montreal’s La Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur in 2020. Other upcoming projects include a recording/concert tour of John Burge’s 24 Preludes for Solo Piano , as well as a recording/concert project with Pentaèdre, honouring the music of Jacques Hétu. Philip has recorded for Warner Music , Analekta, ATMA Classique, and CBC Music. He can be heard on BBC Radio 3, France Musique, ICI Musique, and CBC Music. He is eternally grateful for the support of Mécénat Musica, the Sylva Gelber Music Foundation, and the Canada Council for the Arts .  

Sonata no.1 in C major, opus 12 / Sonate no 1 en do majeur opus 12

Sonata no. 2 in A major, opus 12 / Sonate no 2 en la majeur opus 12

Sonata no  3 in E flat major, opus 12 / Sonate no 3 en mi bémol majeur opus 12

Philip Chiu – piano

Plus qu’une somme de compétences techniques et musicales, le pianiste Philip Chiu est devenu l’un des plus musiciens les plus renommés du Canada grâce à son amour contagieux de la musique et sa passion pour les rapports humains et la collaboration. Loué pour la virtuosité, la couleur et la sensibilité de son jeu, il est particulièrement connu pour sa capacité à communier avec le public sur scène comme en dehors. “… un pianiste peintre qui transforme chaque idée musicale en joli tableau de couleurs.” La Presse “Pianist Philip Chiu played with striking precision and subtle poetry.” The Gazette (Montréal) Pianiste incroyablement sociable, Philip est l’un des chambristes canadiens les plus demandés. Il a joué de nombreux récitals avec d’illustres musiciens de la scène internationale, notamment James Ehnes, Raphael Wallfisch, Patrice Fontanarosa, Regis Pasquier, Matt Haimovitz, Radovan Vlatkovic, Stefan Dohr, Philippe Bernold, Alex Klein, and Eugene Isotov. Il collabore régulièrement avec les principaux musiciens des orchestres et ensembles canadiens les plus réputés, comme Jonathan Crow, premier violon du Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Wan, premier violon de l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, et Pascale Giguère des Violons du Roy. Il forme également avec la pianiste Janelle Fung l’un des duos les plus enthousiasmants du Canada, le duo Fung-Chiu. Il a effectué de nombreuses tournées avec des organismes de premier plan, les Jeunesses Musicales du Canada, Prairie Debut, et Debut Atlantic, et repartira sous peu avec les Jeunesses Musicales (2014/2015, 2015/2016) et Prairie Debut (2014/2015). Déterminé à renforcer la valeur artistique du piano d’accompagnement et à en hausser la qualité, Philip Chiu est le créateur et le directeur du nouveau programme dédié au piano d’accompagnement à l’académie internationale du Domaine Forget. Il est reconnu pour son travail en tant qu’enseignant-accompagnateur à l’Université McGill, il a été invité au Conservatoire de musique de Montréal en tant que professeur-accompagnateur et accompagne fréquemment à l’Université de Montréal. Il se produit régulièrement en tant qu’accompagnateur dans de nombreux concours nationaux et internationaux au Canada et aux Etats-Unis.

Philip est extrêmement reconnaissant envers la fondation Sylva-Gelber, le Conseil des arts du Canada et les Jeunesses Musicales pour leur soutien à l’égard de ses divers projets. On peut l’entendre sur les ondes de Radio classique 96.3 FM, d’ABC Radio en Australie, de CBC Radio et de Radio-Canada.

 

Celebrating the 250th birthday of Beethoven

Une célébration du 250ème anniversaire de naissance de Beethoven

 

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Saturday, July 11, 2020 / / Le samedi 11 juillet 2020

1:30 pm  / 13 h 30

Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre

Air conditioned / Climatisé

 

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Details

Date:
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Time:
13:30 EDT
Cost:
$15 – $70
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Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre
355 Cooper Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0G8 Canada
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Wheelchair accessible / accessible aux fauteuils roulants
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