Mysterious Barricades Concert

Sept 10, 2017

 

 

Master Schedule

Draft - Sept 6

 

 

 

  1. St. John’s: 06:30 -08:00 (03:00 – 04:30 MDT)

Concert Lead: Dr. Jane Leibel

Concert MC: Dr. Ian Sutherland, Dean, School of Music

Concert Venue: D. F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University

 

Performed and Recorded on Sept 8 at 19:30 NDT

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 03:00

06:30

Dr. Sutherland - welcome

2

 

 

Les Barricades Mystérieuses (Ordre 6ème de clavecin)

(Francois Couperin )

3:34

 

 

Sonata for Trumpet and Piano                William Rowson

II     Andante

III   Allegro spiritoso

Alan Klaus, trumpet

Kristina Szutor, piano        

9

 

 

Dan Goodyear, Guest Speaker

Chief executive officer, Canadian Mental Health Association NL

8

 

 

Violin Sonata no 2 in A major, op. 100    Johannes Brahms

I    Allegro amabile

Duo concertante:  Nancy Dahn, violin, Timothy Steeves, piano

10

 

 

Voces de mi Tierra (2003)    Elisenda Fábregas

II  Noche en la Alhambra

IV  Gigue

Trio Trinitas:  Michelle Cheramy, flute, Nathan Cook, cello, Phil Roberts, piano

11

 

 

Sheilagh O'Leary, Guest Speaker

Sheilagh conceived and established the ‘Tickle Swim for Mental Health’, a fundraising, awareness campaign for The Canadian Mental Health Association NL

 8

 

 

Migration                 Florian Hoefner

Florian Hoefner

10

 

 

Tina Davies, Guest Speaker

President of Richard’s Legacy Foundation for Survivors of Suicide Loss

8

 

 

Ave Maria                                     Giulio Caccini (arr.)

Panis Angelicus                            Cesar Franck

Edelweiss                                     Linda Spevacek (arr.)

True Colors                                   Bill Brennan (arr.)

Praise His Holy Name                             Keith Hampton

Atlantic Boychoir:  Jakub Martinec, Jennifer Beynon-Martinec, Conductors/ Artistic Directors

David Chafe, piano

12

   

End

 

 

  1. Halifax: 07:30 – 09:00 (04:30 – 06:00 MDT)

Concert Lead: Marcia Swanston

Concert MC: Rob McClure

Concert Venue: Rebecca Cohn Theatre, Dalhousie

 

Performed and Recorded on Sept 8 at 19:00 ADT

 

Welcome        Olga Milosevich

Blessing          Catherine Anne Martin

Welcoming Chant and Dance

Catherine Anne Martin, singer/drummer

Suli’An Knockwood, Grass Dancer  

Trisha Gore, Fancy Shawl Dancer

Sonata in E flat major, Hob. XVI:49           F. J. Haydn (1732 – 1819)

   Allegro

   Adagio e cantabile

   Finale:  Tempo di Minuet

Peter Allen, piano

De’ miei bollenti spiriti                     G. Verdi (1813 – 1901)

   from “La Traviata”

Lucas Hernandes Nascimento, tenor - Greg Myra, piano

Original El Jones poem

El Jones

1.   The Birds that Wake the Day

2.   Pale Moon

3.   Give a Little

4.   Quiet the Bombs

Written and arranged by Erin Costelo

Erin Costelo & The Blue Engine String Quartet

Acknowledgements

Marcia Swanston

Lesson 35

Dionisio Aguado  (1784 – 1849)

Scott Macmillan, solo guitar

New Century Hornpipe

Trad. arr. by Scott Macmillan

Scott Macmillan, guitar - Hilary Brown, ‘cello 

D’Arcy Gray, percussion

Gigglebee Jig

Scott Macmillan

Scott Macmillan, guitar - D’Arcy Gray, percussion

The Blue Engine String Quartet

 

 

 

  1. Sackville: 09:00 – 10:00 (06:00 – 07:00 MDT)

Concert Lead: Sally Dibblee

Stage Manager: Matthew Thompson 506-540-1476 (assistant Emily Steers)

Tech Contact: Matthew Thompson 506-540-1476

Concert MC: Jonna Brewer

Concert Venue: Mount Allison University, Brunton Auditorium

 

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06:00

09:00

Jonna Brewer  - Opening welcome and intro

1:30

06:01

09:01

Doreen Richard, First Nation’s Blessing

1:30

06:04

09:04

David Rogosin, piano

Mysterious Barricades, Couperin

Italian Ground Orlando Gibbons

Air & Variations, from Suite No. 5 in E G. F. Handel

 

2:30

2:00

4:00

06:13

09:13

Sannu Lawt and Vasi Vangjeli, violin, David Rogosin, piano

Concerto for Two Violins in d minor, BWV 1043 Johann Sebastian Bach

3:15

06:18

09:18

Speaker, Skylar Cameron

2:30

06:20

09:20

Sally Dibblee, voice and Lynn Johnson, piano

Intro

El tra la la y el punteado Enrique Granados

El mirar de la maja

El majo discreto

 

2:00

1:15

2:45

1:45

06:29

09:29

Ventus Machina, Fragments for Wind Trio, Robert Mucynski

7:00

06:37

09:37

Ventus Machina, Aires Tropicales, Paquito D'Rivera

3:00

06:41

09:41

Speaker, Robert Campbell, President of Mt Allison

2:00

06:44

09:44

Joel Cormier, marimba, Nadia Francavilla, violin

Histoire du Tango Astor Piazzola

4:00

06:49

09:49

Joel Cormier, vibraphone, Musique matinale Richard Gibson

4:00

06:53

09:53

First Nation’s Closing

2:00

06:56

09:56

End

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Montreal: 09:00 – 10:30 (07:00 – 08:30 MDT)

Concert Lead: Michael McMahon

Stage Manager: Danielle A Caddell (cell: 514-885-3382)

Tech Lead: George Massemburg (514-449-8208)

Concert MC: Dominique Labelle

Concert Venue: McGill, Tanna Schulich Hall

 

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7:00

9:00

Les barricades mistérieuses - François Couperin

           Hank Knox ,  harpsichord

3

7:03

9:03

SR  Speaker John McMaster  Introduction   

3

7:06

9:06

John intro Dominique and Hank

1

7:07

9:07

Dominique Labelle, Soprano, Hank Knox , harpsichord

Sweeter than roses (Purcell),  Evening Hymn

8

7:17

9:17

(SR)  Speaker  Cecile Bardon from Association québécoise de prevention du suicide

3

7:20

9:20

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:21

9:21

Paul Stewart, piano, Michael McMahon, piano

Fingals Cave   (1 piano 4 hands)  Mendelssohn

10

7:32

9:32

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:33

9:33

Donna Brown,soprano, Michael McMahon, piano

Songs my mother taught me         Dvorak

3

7:36

9:36

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:37

9:37

Hank Knox, harpsichord

Sonata K.24.in A major/ La majeur, Presto    Scarlatti

5

7:42

9:42

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:43

9:43

Aline Kutan , soprano, Michael McMahon,piano     

Sul fil d’un sofio etesio  Verdi

6

7:51

9:51

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:52

9:52

Paul Stewart  Piano

Song of India (Rimsky-Korsakov)

6

7:58

9:58

( SR)   MC intro    

1

7:59

9:59

Stéphane Tétreault, cello, Marie-Ève  Scarfone, piano 

Meditation (Thais )    Massenet

7

8:07

10:07

( SR)   MC intro    

1

8:08

10:08

Jacqueline Woodley,soprano, Michael McMahon,piano

Forever young (Corigliano) 4’

Somewhere over the rainbow  (Kern) 3’

4

3

8:16

10:16

MC Intro AND THANK YOU

2?

8:18

10:18

Nils  Brown, tenor and guitar ( acoustic)

Se,                Denza 4’

Ideale            Tosti  3’40

Rondine al Nido       Vincenzo 2:15

11

8:29

10:29

End

 

 

  1. Ottawa: 10:30 – 12:00 (08:30 – 10:00 MDT)

Concert lead: Christiane Riel

Stage Manager: Maria Bamford (Phone 613-850-8067)

Tech Contact: James Law (613-240-6215)

Concert MC: John Avey

Concert venue: University of Ottawa, - Freiman Hall

 

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08:30

10:30

Les Barricades mystérieuses from Deuxième Livre de clavecin – François Couperin

Michelle Gott, harp

0:03:15

08:33

10:33

TEXT – Christiane Riel, John Avey

0:01:20

08:35

10:35

Longest Walk – aboriginal song 

Michele J Penney, drummer/singer

0:05:30

08:40

10:40

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:30

08:41

10:41

Où irai-je me plaindre? and  Au Pré de la rose – from Chants de France – Joseph Canteloube

Christiane Riel, soprano; Leopoldo Erice, piano

0:03:05

0:02:00

08:46

10:46

TEXT- John Avey

0:00:35

08:46

10:46

Sonnets 29 and 30 – William Shakespeare

Sometimes - Sheenagh Pugh

Kristina Watt, actor

0:02:00

08:49

10:49

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:40

08:50

10:50

Widmung from Myrthen, Op.25 - Robert Schumann

Vergebliches Ständchen, from Fünf Romanzen und Lieder, Op. 84 – Johannes Brahms

Sandra Graham, mezzo-soprano; Claire Stevens, piano

0:02:20

0:02:15

08:55

10:55

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:30

08:55

10:55

Guest speakers - Ms. Renée Ouimet and Justice Russell Brown

0:07:30

09:03

11:03

Romeo and Juliet before Parting from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 75 - Sergueï Prokofiev

David Jalbert, piano

0:07:30

09:10

11:10

TEXT- John Avey

0:00:25

09:10

11:10

Aria in a Classic Style - Marcel Grandjany

Michelle Gott, Yvonne Cox, Isabelle Gagnon, harp trio

0:06:00

09:16

11:16

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:50

09:17

10:17

Punto de Habanera, Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito and Canto negro from Cinco canciones negras - Xavier Montsalvatge

Renée Lapointe, mezzo-soprano; Leopoldo Erice, piano

0:06:25

09:24

10:24

Prelude and Waltz from Little Suite - Balys Dvarionas

Leopoldo Erice, piano

0:04:30

09:29

11:29

TEXT – Christiane Riel and John Avey

0:00:35

09:29

11:29

I Want Jesus To Walk With Me – arr. Edward Boatner

Joshua Fit the Battle Of Jericho – arr. Mark Hayes

John Avey, bass-baritone; Leopoldo Erice, piano

0:02:35

0:03:10

09:35

11:35

Love after Love - Derek Walcott
Let it Go – E. E. Cummings

Kristina Watt, actor

0:02:30

09:38

11:38

TEXT – Christiane Riel

0:00:25

09:38

11:38

Carrickfergus – arr. Jean Shackleton

John Avey, bass-baritone; Leopoldo Erice, piano

0:04:00

09:42

11:42

Please Call Me by My True Name - Thich Nhat Hanh

Kristina Watt, actor

0:02:00

09:44

11:44

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:30

09:44

11:44

Granada from Suite Española, Op. 47 - Isaac Albéniz

Louis Trépanier, guitar

0:05:20

9:50

11:50

Aranjuez, ma pensée -Thème de l’adagio du Concerto d’Aranjuez - Joaquín Rodrigo

Christiane Riel, soprano; Louis Trépanier, guitar

0:06:15

9:56

11:56

TEXT – John Avey

0:00:30

9:57

11:57

Climb Every Mountain from The Sound of Music - Rodger/Hammerstein

Sandra Graham, mezzo-soprano; Claire Stevens, piano

0:03:30

10:00

12 :00

 

1:30:00

 

 

  1. Toronto: 12:00 -13:30 (10:00 – 11:30 MDT)

Concert Lead and MC: Monica Whicher

Stage Manager: Brayden Friesen – alt Peter Olsen (416-819-8534)

Tech contact: David (416-557-2244)

Concert Venue: University of Toronto, Walter Hall

 

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10:00

12:00

Opening Remarks: Monica Whicher, Intro UofT rep.

1:00

10:01

12:01

Welcome: U of Toronto representative Melissa Fernandes, Health and Wellness Health Education Co-ordinator.

1:00

10:02

12:02

Carolyn Maule, solo piano

Les Barricades Mystérieuses, François Couperin

3:00

10:05

12:05

Monica Whicher/Russell Braun voice;Carolyn Maule:

1) My Lord, What a Morning, Norman Gabriel Nurmi CDN

3 :00

10:08

12:08

MW names previous songs and intro’s next 2

1:00

10:09

12:09

Russell and Carolyn:

2) Sonnett, Sir Ernest MacMillan, RB/CM CDN

3) Who is Sylvia, Gerald Finzi RB/CM

4:00

10:13

12:13

Introduction of Judy Loman, arranging of harp etc. for next 2 selections.

1:00

10:14

12:14

1) Judy Loman, solo harp: David and Saul, Srul Irving Glick CDN

2) Monica Whicher, soprano and Judy Loman, harp: Kishmul’s Galley

10:00

10:24

 

12:24

 

Introduce Speaker: Dr. Ivan Silver, Vice President, Education, The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

1:00

10:25

12:25

Dr. Ivan Silver speaks

3:00

10:28

12:28

Norine Burgess, mezzo-soprano; John Greer, piano:

1) Out on the Mira, Alister MacGillivray, arr. John Greer

4:00

10:32

12:32

Jason introduces Norine and the next 2 songs

1:00

10:33

12:33

Norine Burgess, mezzo soprano; John Greer, piano:

NB, Jason Howard, voice; JG, piano: The Lark in the Clear Air, duet, trad. Irish, arr. Robert Fleming

Y Dymysti, R.S. Hughes

8:00

 

 

 

10:41

12:41

Intro of Julie Ranti and Tim Dawson

1:00

10:40

12:40

1)Julie Ranti, solo flute: Etching, Harry Somers

2)Tim Dawson, double bass; Carolyn Maule, piano: Colloquy, Don Coakley

7:00

10:47

12:47

Lorna MacDonald to introduce her own songs

LM, soprano; Carolyn Maule, piano

Cape Breton Lullaby, Kenneth Leslie, arranged by Peter Wright

Nova Scotia Song (traditional) arranged by Joel Phillips

8:00

 

 

10:55

12:55

MW Introduces Mark Henick, National Director of Strategic Initiatives; Canadian Mental Health Association

1:00

10:56

12:56

Speaker: Mark Henick 

2:00

10:58

12:58

1)Liz Upchurch, solo piano: Mazurka opus 17, no. 4 in A minor

Monica Whicher, soprano; Liz Upchurch, piano:

2) Give Me Your Hand, Liz Upchurch

7:00

 

11:05

 

1:05

 

Nathalie Paulin introduces next songs

NP, soprano; Liz Upchurch, piano:

Ma première letter; Villanelle, Cécile Chaminade

5:00

 

11:10

1:10

Lorna/Nathalie/Norine, voice/JG, piano:

Sing for your Supper, Rogers and Hart

4:00

11:14

 

1:14

 

The Mysterious Barricades Toronto Chorale, Tracy Wong, Conductor/Yvonne Choi, piano

Where Go the Boats, Mark Sirett

We are One, Brian Tate

8:00

 

11:22

1:22

Closing Remarks (MW) including intro of chorus, Tracy and Yvonne, while singers join onstage

1:00

11:23

1:23

Finale: I Arise Today, Matthew Emery; with the MBTC; Julie Ranti, flute; solo singers will join the choir onstage for this finale; Tracy Wong, conductor.

4:00

11:27

1:27

End

 

75 minutes of music

7 minutes of planned speaking

8 minutes for on/off/applause/introductions

 

  1. Waterloo: 13:30 – 15:00 (11:30 – 13:00 MDT)

Concert Lead & MC: Kimberly Barber

Stage Manager: Matt Kensett or Peter Lamont 519-884-0710 ext 2707 (booth)

Tech Lead: Peter Lamont

Concert Venue: Wilfrid Laurier University, Maureen Forrester Recital Hall

 

Program: From Darkness into Light


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11:30

13:30

Opening: Rene Meshake, Pipigwewin 

6

11:36

13:36

Brief Welcome and introduction:  MC Kimberly Barber

3

11:39

13:39

Heather Taves (harpsichord) - Les barricades mystérieuses

4

11:43

13:43

Kimberly Barber, mezzo and Anna Ronai, piano: Litany (Musto)

4

11:47

13:47

Short intro Sabrina

5

11:52

13:52

Mino Ode Kwewak N’Gamowak: Bear Song

5

11:57

13:57

Inspirational video—Chad’s Story

2:45

12:00

14:00

Tana Nash: Speech

3:30

12:03

14:03

Glenn Marais, singer-songwriter: My native me

3:40

12:07

14:07

Tanis MacDonald & Kathryn Ladano, spoken word and bass clarinet

3:30

12:10

14:10

Intro KB

3

12:13

14:13

Penderecki String Quartet (8:00) Robert Schumann String Quartet no. 3 variation movement

8

12:21

14:21

Inspirational video—Sam’s story

4

12:25

14:25

Samantha Pickett, soprano and Anna Ronai, piano

Ruhe, meine Seele; Befreit (Richard Strauss)(

6

12:29

14:29

Ashley Hynd and Kathryn Ladano, spoken word and bass clarinet improv

4

12:33

14:33

Speech: Leanne Holland Brown

3

12:39

14:39

Glenn Marais, Like a child

4

12:43

14:43

Intro for final sets: KB

2

12:45

14:45

Full company Sound of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel)

9

12:54

14:54

Heather Taves & Liam Gordon, piano: Improvisation on Les barricades mystérieuses (Couperin)

4

12:58

14:58

End

90

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. London: 15:00 – 16:30 (13:00 – 14:30 MDT)

Concert Lead: Jackie Short

Stage Manager: Sarah Austin (780-908-6387)

Tech lead: Mike Godwin (519-281-3950)

Concert MC: Brian McIntosh

Concert Venue: Western University – von Kuster Recital Hall

 

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13:00

15:00

WELCOMING COMMENTS MICHAEL CAVANAGH and JACKIE SHORT

3

13:03

15:03

Annette-Barbara Vogel, Artistic Director, violin, Mikela Witjes, Kirin Mascarenhas, Jordan Clayton, Kelvin Mun, Nic Carlucci – violin, Jeff Komar - viola, Adrian Wright - cello, Andrew Kosty - bass.

10

13:13

15:13

 

1

13:14

15:14

Aaron Hodgson (trumpet) - "With malice toward none" by John William

4.5

13:18

15:18

 

0.5

13:19

15:19

Patricia Green (voice), Sarah Bowker (piano) - "The last dream" Lu Zai Yi, "I live at the Yangtze River" Qing Zhou

5

13:24

15:24

 

1

13:25

15:25

Robert Kubica (guitar) - "Campanas Del Alba" Regino Sainz de la Mazda  

4' 20"

13:29

15:29

 

0.5

13:30

15:30

GUEST SPEAKER Heather Fredin B.A., D.A.T., B.Ed., M.Ed. Counselling PsychologyRegistered Psychotherapist/Workshop Facilitator/Trainer/Student Placement Coordinator/LFCC Counsellor5

5

13:35

15:35

 

1

13:36

15:36

Chad Louwerse (voice), Paul Digout (piano) - Fiddler on the roof  "If I were a rich man" Bock & Harnick 

5

13:41

15:41

 

1

13:42

15:42

Scott St. John (violin), Sharon Wei (viola) - Duo no. 1 in G major for violin and viola  K.423  "Allegro" Mozart

4.5

13:46

15:46

 

1

13:47

15:47

Todd Wieczorek (voice) - op 9, no 4 "Liebesbriefchen"  E. Korngold,  Man of La Mancha "The impossible dream"  Leigh and Darion

5

13:52

15:52

 

1

13:53

15:53

Adrian Wright (cello), Alexandre von Wartburg (bassoon) Sonata no. 6 in G "movements 1 and 3" L. Boccherini.

6

13:59

15:59

 

1

14:00

16:00

Christine Tithecott (piano) - "third movement" Black Echoes by T. Patrick Carrabre.

5.5

14:05

16:05

 

0.5

14:06

16:06

GUEST SPEAKER - Da Qing Wang - London Middlesex cmha

5

14:11

16:11

 

1

14:12

16:12

Jackie Short (voice), Paul Digout (piano) - Fiançailles pour rire "1, 5, 6"  Poulenc

5

14:17

16:17

 

1

14:18

16:18

Anne Thompson (flute), Jim Hibbard (piano) – 

Suite op. 34 "Romance"  Ch. M. Widor   

5

14:23

16:23

 

1

14:24

16:24

Marie Johnson (clarinet), Tina Yanchus (piano) - Sonatina for Clarinet & Piano   "Movement 2" Joseph Horovitz

4

14:25

16:25

 

1

14:26

16:26

Jennie Such (voice), Eric Charbonneau (piano) "A simple song" Bernstein

4

14:30

16:30

End

 

         

 

  1. Sudbury: 16:30 – 17:30 (14:30 – 15:30 MDT)

Concert Lead: Cindy Shyminsky (cell 705-665-1615)

Stage Manager: Cindy, but call Shawn

Tech Lead: Shawn Pitzel (705-626-3958)

Concert MC: Cindy Shyminsky (705-560-8805)

Concert Venue: Elizabeth Gazebo in Bell Park

 

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14:30

16:30

Cindy & Jackie - Intro to event

4

14:34

16:34

Deputy Mayor Al Sizer - Read proclamation

2

14:36

16:36

Cindy – introduce 1st speaker

.5

14:36

16:36

Gerry Lougheed speaks about suicide and our community

5

14:41

16:41

Cindy – introduce Joshua

1

14:42

16:42

Joshua Tillman speaks about how Suicide has touched him

3

14:45

16:45

Cindy – introduce Sudbury Symphony Orchestra

.5

14:45

16:45

Beth to introduce String Quartet and music they are playing

35

15:20

17:20

Cindy - introduce the N’Swakamok Kweok Hand drummers

4

15:24

17:24

N’Swakamok Kweok Hand drummers

6-10

15:30

17:30

The Drumming will close out our event….feed to be switched over to Mysterious Barricades

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Winnipeg: 16:30 18:00– (15:30 – 17:00 MDT)

Concert Lead: Dr. Laura Loewen

Concert MC: Dr. Laura Loewen

Concert Venue: University of Manitoba, The Desautels Faculty Vocal Arts Room

 

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15:30

16:30

Opening song -  Invoking the Four Directions

5

15:35

16:35

Laura Loewen – Introduction to concert

2

15:37

16:37

Earth - Poem by Mary Oliver – John Weier, reader

1’30

15:39

16:39

Tracy Dahl, soprano, Laura Loewen, piano

Nature the gentlest mother (Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson)  – Aaron Copland

4

15:43

16:43

Richard Gillis, trumpet, Laura Loewen, piano

New piece – Richard Gillis

3:30

15:47

16:47

Lara Ciekiewicz, soprano, Tad Biernacki, piano

Song to the moon (Rusalka) Antonin Dvorák

6

15:53

16:53

Water - Poem by Mary Oliver – John Weier, reader

1’30

15:55

16:55

Esprit de Choeur, Valdine Anderson, director

Hymn to the waters, Hymn to the travellers (Choral Hymns  from The Rig Veda) – Gustav Holst

5

16:00

17:00

Mel Braun, baritone, Laura Loewen, piano

Der Einsame – Franz Schubert 

4:30

16:05

17:05

Anne Christopherson, soprano, Laura Loewen, piano

Last Night the Rain Spoke to Me(Early Snow)

3

16:08

17:08

Vicki Atallah – Teen Talk, Klinic

5

16:13

17:13

Fire - Poem by Mary Oliver – John Weier, reader

1’30

16:15

17:15

James McLennan, tenor, Laura Loewen, piano

Thaw, Matches - Jocelyn Morlock

6:30

16:22

17:22

Oleg Pokhanovski, violin, Edmund Dawe, piano

Caprice #16 – Paganini

Adagio – Bach

5:30

16:28

17:28

Robert MacLaren, tenor, Tad Biernacki, piano

”Pourquoi me reveiller”       Massenet 

3:30

16:32

17:32

Victoria Sparks, marimba

Restless        - Richard O’Meara

4

16:36

17:36

Air - Poem by Mary Oliver – John Weier, reader

1’30

16:38

17:38

Desiree Abbey, cello, Laura Loewen, piano

Après un rêve          Gabriel Fauré

3

16:41

17:41

Oleg Pokhanovski, violin, Laura Loewen, piano

Old Sir Faulk – William Walton ( arr. Oleg Pokhanovski)

2

16:43

17:43

Rosemarie van der Hooft, mezzo-soprano, Laura Loewen, piano

O ihr Zärtlichen, Atmen, du unsichtbares Gedicht (Rilke Songs) –Peter Lieberson

6:30

16:50

17:50

Victoria Sparks

A little prayer Evelyn Glennie

5

16:55

17:55

Closing song – Water and Light – Mel Braun

1’45

16:57+

17:57+

End

 

 

  1. Saskatoon: 17:00 – 18:30 (17:00 – 18:30 MDT)

Concert lead: Dr. Garry Gable

Stage Manager: Adrienne Thomas (306-230-2603)

Tech Contact: Tim Kohlruss (306-222-1252)

MC: Dr. Garry Gable, Peter Hedley

Venue: U of S, Peter MacKinnon Building, Convocation Hall

 

LOCAL

 

LENGTH

17:00

Pre-recorded video

0:00:20

17:00:20

Welcome (Peter Hedley)

0:00:30

17:00:50

Henry Gardipy – Prayer and Introduction of Wild Horse

0:02:00

17:02:50

Wild Horse Drum Group

Intertribal song

0:02:00

17:04:50

President’s Address/Welcome (Peter Stoicheff)

0:04:00

17:08:50

Garry Gable/Peter Stoicheff

She’s Like The Swallow – arr’d by Marjorie Kisbey Hicks

0:03:00

17:11:50

Remarks and Introduction (Garry Gable)

0:02:00

17:13:50

Rafaele Rigolo/Dean McNeil

Melosalgia – by Ben-Zion Orgad

0:03:46

17:17:36

Elise Palagi (pre-recorded)

Singing for Supper

0:04:50

17:22:26

Remarks and Introduction (Peter Hedley)

00:00:30

17:22:56

Glen Gillis, Bonnie Nicholson

Elegy Cadenza (2009) – by Glen Gillis

Nicole’s Gigue (2009) – by Glen Gillis

00:10:00

17:32:56

Introduction (Peter Hedley)

00:00:30

17:33:26

Shiney Choudhary

Peer Health Mentor

00:04:30

17:37:56

Introduction (Garry Gable)

00:00:30

17:38:26

Lindsay Eekwol Knight (pre-recorded)

iskwewak iskotew tapwewin

00:04:00

17:42:56

Introduction (Peter Hedley)

00:00:30

17:43:23

Jacqueline Woods, Chelsea Mahan, Scott McKnight

Ritornello Chamber Music Group

Elegie – by Jules Massenaet

Le Sylph – by Cesar Franck

00:06:45

17:50:08

Introduction (Garry Gable)

00:00:30

17:50:38

Kathleen Solose

Dumka: Russian rustic scene, Op. 59 – by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

00:09:50

18:00:28

Stacy Hanson (pre-recorded)

00:06:25

18:06:53

Erin Brophey, Kathleen Lohrenz Gable

Oboe Concerto: mvt II. Calla Lilies – by Matjan Mozetich

00:05:00

18:11:53

Introduction (Garry Gable)

00:00:30

18:12:23

Dean McNeill, Bonnie Nicholson

Oblivion – Words by A.D. Tarenzi, Music by A. Piazzolla

00:04:00

18:16:23

Introduction (Peter Hedley)

00:00:30

18:16:53

Garry Gable, Erin Brophey, Glenda Lindgren, Kathleen Lohrenz Gable

Mache dich mein Herze rein from St. Matthew Passion – by J. S. Bach

00:07:00

18:23:53

Holly Graham

00:05:00

18:28:53

Greystone Singers – Jennifer Lang, Director (pre-recorded)

Jenny – by Nick Meyers

00:04:00

18:32:53

Can cut out at any time (02:53)

 

 

 

 

  1. Edmonton: 18:30 – 20:00 (18:30 – 20:00 MDT)

Concert Lead: Elizabeth Turnbull

Stage Manager: Pat  Strain - 780 913 7182

Concert MC: Shannon Hiebert

Concert Venue: University of Alberta, Convocation Hall

 

Local

 

Dur

18:30

Curt Young - Own composition

4

18:34

Shannon: Welcome. Thank Curt, intro Michael

1

18:35

Michal Phair, speaker, Chair of Board of Governors, U of A

2

18:37

Rafael H and Patty T (cello and piano)

5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102, no. 2 and 4 (Schumann)

6

18:43

Shannon Intro Jeanne

2

18:45

Jeanne Yang (organ)        

Te Deum (Reger)

5

18:50

Shannon intro Allison AND MP Boissonault AND Guillaume 

2

18:52

Allison Balcetis (soprano saxophone)

Wicker Park (Balter)

6

18:58

MP Randy Boissonault

2

19:00

Guillaume Tardiff (violin), Jeanne Yang, piano

Andante from Sonata in F k. 376 (Mozart)

6

19:06

Shannon Intro John

2

19:08

John Tessier, tenor, Shannon Hiebert, piano

Ah, mes amis (La Fille du Regiment, Donizetti)

6

19:14

Shannon intro Mads AND Counsellor McKeen AND Petar/Leanne

2

19:16

Madrigal Singers, Lenard Ratzlaff (conductor)

  • Ubi caritas (Duruflé)
  • Ave Maria (Bruckner)

5

19:21

Scott McKeen

2

19:23

Petar Dundjerski and Leanne Regehr     (Flute and piano)

Carnival of Venice (Guilio Briccialdi)

7

19:30

Shannon intro Jacques

2

19:32

Jacques Despres (piano)

Hommage à Rameau (from Images, Book !, Debussy)

7

19:39

Shannon intro Bill/ Viktoria

2

19:41

William Street (saxophone), Viktoria R. Dapp (piano)

Modéré and Brazileira (Scaramouche, Milhaud

6

19:47

Shannon intro Sherry/Max/David AND Dean Cormack AND Jeanne

2

19:49

Sherry Steele (soprano), Max Fingerrott (baritone) David Wilson (baritone), Shannon Hiebert (piano)

No one is alone (Into the woods, Sondheim)

5.5

19:54

Lesley Cormack, Dean of Arts

2

19:56

Jeanne Yang (harpsichord)

Les Barricades Mysterieuses       (Couperin)

2.5

 

  1. Calgary: 20:00 – 21:00 (20:00 – 21:00 MDT)

Concert Lead: Laura Hynes (403-922-4336)

Stage Manager: Luke Dahlgren (403-461-8265, 403-220-8265)

Tech Lead: Devon Winters?

Concert MC: Mara Grunau

Concert Venue:

 

Local

 

Dur

16:30

Penny Sanborn Trio: Penny Sanborn, accordion, Darcy Stamp, violin, Simon Fisk, bassetto

“Passion” - French valse musette 

“El Choclo” - Argentine tango

8

16:32

Mara Speaks

2

16:40

Adriana Lebedovich, violin

Sonata for solo violin No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 (J.S. Bach) - Adagio

4.5

16:45

Mara Speaks

1

16:46

Voicescapes, with Neil Cockburn, organ

Christina Jahn, soprano, Paul Grindlay, baritone

"Virga Jesse floruit" from Magnificat by J.S. Bach

3.5

16:50

Voicescapes, with Neil Cockburn, organ

Julie Harris, soprano, Jerald Fast, tenor

 “Dite spera” from Ariodante by G.F. Händel

4’45

16:55

Mara Speaks

1

16:56

Oliver Munar, tenor, Cheryl Emery-Karapita, piano

“À Chloris" by Reynaldo Hahn

3

16:59

Mara Speaks

1

17:00

"Mysterious Barricades” by François Couperin (1668–1733) 3’30

Ralph Maier, guitar

3’30

17:04

Mara Speaks

2’30

17:06

Land’s End Ensemble: Beth Root Sandvoss, cello; 

Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, piano

“Spiegel im Spiegel” by Arvo Pärt

9

17:15

Laura Hynes, soprano, Cheryl Emery-Karapita, piano

“Epiphanies” by David Evan Thomas (b. 1958) 2’30

2’30

17:18

Mara Speaks

1

17:19

Members of Cum Vino Cantus and U of C Chamber Choir, conducted by Jean-Louis Bleau 10'00 “

“Nyon Nyon" by Jake Runestad

Mara speaks

“Unclouded Day” arr. by Shawn Kirchner  

 

 

3’30

2

4

17:29

End

 

 

 

  1. Vancouver: 20:00 – 21:30 (21:00 – 22:30 MDT)

Concert lead: Professor J. Patrick Raftery

Stage Manager: Kallie Clayton - 780-222-5197

Tech Contact: Ryan Jackson - 778-987-2538

Concert MC: J. Patrick Raftery

Concert venue: UBC Old Auditorium

 

MDT

Local

 

Dur

21:00

20:00

Terence Dawson – Mysterious Barricades (Couperin)

2

21:02

20:02

J. Patrick Raftery– Hello and Introduction

3-5

21:07

20:07

Julia Nolan – Saxaphone and Jane Hayes- Piano 

Random Acts by Don Freund

7

21:14

20:14

Patrick intro Dawson and Orson 

1-2

21:16

20:16

Terence Dawson- Piano 

Listen (2013/2014) by Kevin Morse

6

21:22

20:22

Beth Orson- Oboe 

Sonata in A minor for Oboe and Continuo by Telemann

Siciliana, Andante amabile

5

21:27

20:27

Patrick intro Rebecca Hass

1-2

21:29

20:29

Rebecca will speak about her Mètis journey, address our first nation’s issues with suicide and sing two selections.

Ombra mai fu

Canoe song by Connie Caldor

10

21:39

20:39

Patrick intro Leslie Dala and Ingrid Chiang

1-2

21:41

20:41

Leslie Dala and Ingrid Chiang

 “Nightclub 1960” from Histoire du Tango by Astor Piazzola

6

21:47

20:47

Hermiston intro President Ono

2

21:49

20:49

Ono (cello) Dawson (piano) The president will either speak before he plays or just after?

6

21:55

20:55

Patrick intro Nancy Hermiston and UBC Opera Ensemble

1

21:56

20:56

Nancy Hermiston and Patrick Raftery with Terence Dawson-

Reitersman duet from Merry Widow 

4

22:00

21:00

Leslie Dala- Piano, Amira McCavitt –Soprano

Dich Teure Halle

4

22:04

21:04

Spencer Britten- Tenor

Languir per una bella

6

22:10

21:10

Gwendolyn Yearwood- Soprano

Rosalinde’s aria

5

22:15

21:15

Scott Rumble – tenor

Lensky’s aria

5

22:22

21:22

Leslie Dala-Piano

Paraphrase sur concert du Rigoletto by Liszt

7

22:29

21:29

End

 

 

 

  1. Victoria: 21:30 – 23:00 (22:30 – 00:00 MDT)

Concert lead: Sharon Krebs

Concert MC:

Concert venue: St. John the Divine

 

(Performed on August 22 19:30 – 21:00)

MDT

Local

 

 

22:30

 

Introductions

The Reverend Alistair McCollum, St. John the Divine

Justine Thomson, Need2 Suicide Prevention, Education and Support

Jocelyn de Montmorency, Canadian Mental Health Association

 

 

 

Abendlied, op. 69 no. 3 (Joseph Rheinberger)

       Chamber choir, Thomas Nicholson, conductor

 

 

 

excerpt from “Parisina” (George Gordon, Lord Byron)

        John Krich, reader

 

 

 

Sommerabend, op. 85 no. 1; Mondenschein, op. 85 no. 2 (Johannes Brahms)

       Rebecca Hass, mezzo-soprano   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

Siciliana, Antiche danze ed Arie, no. 3 (Ottorino Respighi)

       Annabelle Stanley, harp

 

 

 

excerpt from “The Quiet Singer” (Charles Hanson Towne)

       Rebecca Hass, reader

 

 

 

Sterne mit den goldnen Füßchen, op. 30 no. 1 (Robert Franz)

       Sharon Krebs, soprano   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

Nachtlied, op. 71 no. 6 (Felix Mendelssohn)

       Scott MacInnes, trombone   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

“The Nightingale” (Thomas Cox)

       John Krich, reader

 

 

 

Abschiedslied der Zugvögel, op. 63 no. 2 (Felix Mendelssohn); Puisqu’içi-bas, op. 10 no. 1; Pleurs d’Or, op. 72 (Gabriel Fauré)

       Anne Grimm, soprano   Benjamin Butterfield, tenor   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

Arabeske, WoO (Josephine Lang)

       Kelly Charlton, piano

 

 

 

“Bird Raptures” (Christina Rossetti)

       Rebecca Hass, reader

 

 

 

In Waldeseinsamkeit, op. 85 no. 6 (Johannes Brahms)

       Kathryn Whitney, mezzo-soprano   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

Das Leben, Zwei Duette mit Klavierbegleitung, no. 1 (Richard Rößler)

       Alana Despins, French horn   Scott MacInnes, trombone   Harald Krebs, piano

 

 

 

Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, op. 3 no. 2 (Roger Quilter); Voix d’yeux, Les Chansons du Cœur no. 3 (Jean Coulthard); Sure on this Shining Night, op. 13 no. 3 (Samuel Barber); Canoe, Stories from Klee Wyck no.4 (Tobin Stokes)

       Eve Daniell, soprano   Rykie Avenant, piano

 

 

 

“To the Nightingale” (William Drummond of Hawthornden)

       John Krich, reader

 

 

 

Denn Er hat seinen Engeln, MWV B 53 (Felix Mendelssohn)

       Chamber choir, Thomas Nicholson, conductor

 

00:00

 

Les barricades mystérieuses, Ordre 6ème de clavecin, no. 5 (François Couperin)

       Annabelle Stanley, harp