Exceptional instructors making exceptional music
On Sunday, March 26, exceptional instructors from the Conservatory of Music will performing renowned classical pieces and original new compositions at MacEwan's annual President’s Gala Concert.
One of the highlights of the family friendly concert is a brilliant collaboration between Conservatory instructors Ron Long, tenor and David Tutt, piano. “We are thrilled to share with our community the musical talent that we are fortunate to have here,” says Maureen Ha, senior manager at the Conservatory.
Also featured is Conservatory instructor, Charles Stolte, described by Classical Music magazine as a musician of “dazzling commitment and versatility,” Stolte will present his original composition, "True Confessions."
Bulgarian pianist Yoana Kyurkchieva began playing the piano at age four and gave her first performance at the age of eight. She’s won prestigious piano competitions and scholarships worldwide and continues to impress audiences with her solo performances.
The program includes Johannes Brahms' "Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor," Vaughan Williams' "Songs of Travel; Dimitar Nenov, Miniatures," and Jean-Marie Leclair's "Largo et Vivace."
The concert takes place in the Muttart Hall at MacEwan's Alberta College Campus. Tickets are available at TIX on the Square or at the Conservatory of Music (cash only) at the Alberta College Campus.
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