Crozman & Chiu, cello & piano
Great Artist Music Series
6:40 pm Doors Open
7:00 pm Pre-Show Talk
7:30 pm Concert
NEW DATE: THURSDAY JUNE 2, 2022
**22% Off in ’22!** – Special Discounted pricing available for live in-person tickets. Select tickets under the “22% Off in ’22!” when purchasing!
Live In-Person: $35.00 (HST included)
Virtual Livestream: $15.00 (HST Included)
[Note that the livestream performance link will be available to watch for 7 days after the show, concluding June 10 at 5:00pm]
Acclaimed Canadian chamber musicians Cameron Crozman and Philip Chiu perform in person with their program including Spanish music inspired by Crozman’s cello El Tiburón, a circa 1769 Spanish cello attributed to Joannes Guillami, on loan from Canada Council’s Instrument Bank. The program features works from their highly acclaimed recording of the same title by de Falla, Albéniz, Ponce, Huré, and Ravel.
Named “Canada’s next big cello star” by CBC Music and selected 2019-20 Classical Révélation artist of ICI-Musique Radio-Canada, cellist Cameron Crozman has been performing recitals and chamber music across Canada and the USA as well as over in Europe. Engagements have taken him to such world-renowned venues as the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, Berliner Philharmonie, Paris Philharmonie, Philadelphia’s Mann Centre, and Canada’s National Arts Centre.
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, Mr. Chiu has become one of Canada’s leading musicians through his infectious love of music and his passion for creation and communication.
Beethoven – Variations on Mozart’s “Bei Männern, Welch’s Liebe fühlen” from the Magic Flute
Beethoven – Sonata no. 2 in g minor
Granados – Intermezzo from Goyescas
De Falla – Suite populaire espagnole
Albeniz – Asturias
Ravel – Habanera
Ravel – Alborada del gracioso
Updated March 2, 2022
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