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Seiler Trio

Great Artist Music Series

6:15 pm – Doors Open

6:30 pm – Pre-Concert Talk by Rick Phillips of CBC Radio’s Sound Advice
Included with ticket!

7:30 pm – Concert Begins

Mayumi Seiler, violin 
Rachel Mercer, cello
Angela Park, piano 

The Seiler Trio brings together three outstanding Canadian musicians, exploring the great traditions of the piano trio repertoire with their unique blend of intensity, passion and generosity, along with forays into different styles and new Canadian music. Mayumi, Rachel and Angela have performed together in various formations over the last two decades, with the Via Salzburg Chamber Series, Ensemble Made In Canada, and the Mercer-Park Duo, and since 2010 as the Seiler Trio.

“…the audience was transfixed as Seiler and Mercer weaved lyrically in and out with their violin and cello respectively, between an equally memorable piano part by Park…Seiler and Mercer demonstrated seemingly effortless ease…all three ladies played with passion and emotion, leaving even the most athletic people in the room in awe of their stamina.” 

For 14 years, Rick Phillips was the Host and Producer of SOUND ADVICE®, the weekly guide to classical music and recordings, heard across Canada on CBC Radio One and CBC Radio Two every weekend. Rick was affiliated with CBC Radio for 30 years, working in Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto in a career that spanned production to on-air to management.

As well as broadcasting and webcasting, he is also a busy freelance writer and reviewer, lecturer, panel moderator, consultant, musical tour guide, artistic director and concert host. He’s often a juror in the classical music categories for the Juno Awards, and is the author of “The Essential Classical Recordings – 101 CDs” published by McClelland & Stewart. He leads a variety of Music History & Appreciation courses at the University of Toronto, York University and other venues. He holds a B. Mus. from McGill University and a M. Mus. from the University of Toronto.


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