Viennese Classics and Serbian Charm
Odin String Quartet
Goran Gojevic, clarinet
Sunday, December 8, 2019 @ 3:00PM
Brevik Hall – Aurora Cultural Centre (22 Church Street)
$25 general admission / $10 children – 12 & under (including tax)
Join the Odin String Quartet and clarinetist Goran Gojevic as they perform music by Viennese masters and Serbian composers.
Born in early 2015 on the Philosopher’s Walk in downtown Toronto, the Odin String Quartet unites graduates from the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Glenn Gould School and the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music. The ensemble represents the diversity and the promise of youth in Canada: violinist Alex Toskov originally from Belgrade, Serbia; Tanya Charles Iveniuk, also a violinist, grew up in Hamilton, Ontario with roots in St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Veronica Lee, born in South Korea, is a violist from LaSalle Ontario; and Samuel Bisson, cellist and composer, hails from Ottawa, Ontario.
Selections from Clarinet Quintet, K. 581 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Quartettsatz, D 703 by Franz Schubert
String Quartet in D minor, Op. 42 by Joseph Haydn
Selections from Clarinet Quintet by Ante Grgin
Duo Kalysta: Flute & Harp
Lara Deutsch, flute
Emily Belvedere, harp
Friday, November 1, 2019 @ 7:30PM
Plaza Suite – Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts (10268 Yonge Street)
$20 /$25 (including tax)
Brought together by a chamber collaboration in 2012, flutist Lara Deutsch and harpist Emily Belvedere immediately recognized their unique and powerful musical chemistry on stage, as well as their mutual passion for performing duo music. They have been featured as soloists with the McGill Symphony Orchestra and have completed several recording projects, mostly notably a set of music videos for noncerto.
They will be presenting works by Debussy, Morlock, Schafer, and more!
This concert is supported by the Town of Richmond Hill Community and Cultural Grant and is presented in collaboration with Autour.