Exquisite April Music!

April 6th, 2013 : From the People For the People.

A country’s folklore and folk music is the lifeblood of its traditions: this is their music, their voice. Witnessing the importance of these folk traditions is a moving experience no matter your cultural background because it connects us to our own  humanity. Folk music truly is music from the people for the people.

In a global celebration of local music, internationally acclaimed musicians will
gather to share a variety of compositions by Eastern European composers who were proudly influenced by their culture’s folk music traditions. Featuring works by Bartók, Janacek, Dvorak and Wieniawski and folklore from Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, and Romania, cultures will unite, languages will be shared,
stories will be told, and music will be celebrated.

Come share in this cultural celebration on

Saturday, April 6 at 16h30 in Christ Church Cathedral, 

downtown Montreal.

Nicole Lorenze
Fernando Altamura 
Heather Wilkie
Angelina Lee
Jonathan Wilson
Laurence Manning 
Katarzyna Fraj
Mariane Bertrand
Zoë Gordon
Geneviève Doyon

April 13th 2013, 16h30, The voice studio of Hasmig Injejikian.

Music by Brahms, Fauré, Purcell, Mozart, and Barber.

Lindsey German – Soprano
Zahra Baptiste – Mezzo -Soprano
Amy Zanrosso - Pianist

April 20th, 2013

-« Canticle 5 » by B.Britten for tenor and harp 
-2 pieces from Opus 111 by J.Sibelius for organ 
- arrangement of « Where grief slumbers », by Earl Kim for soprano, harp and string octet. 
-«The Felix variations» by David Del Tredici

 Zoé La Terreur - Soprano
Cody Growe -  Tenor
 Ben Kwong - Piano and arrangement
 Scott Ross-Molyneux - Harp
Ruza Mcintyre - Violin 
Teodora Dimova - Violin
Vera Ronkos - Cello
Marie-Hélène Rondeau - Flute
 Dawna Coleman-Davis - Harp
 Felix Del Tredici - Trombone
 Nicolas- Alexandre Marcotte - Organ

April 27th 2013, 16h30: An italian Serenade
for flute and guitar

Nicolo Paganini (1782-1840)
Sonata concertata in A major
Allegro spiritoso- Adagio assai espressivo- Rondeau

Nicolo Paganini (1782-1840)
Sonata opus 84 # 18 for guitar

Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868)
La danza

Saverio Mercadante (1795-1870)
Variations on Don Giovanni for flute

Mauro Giuliani (1780-1829)
Grand Sonata in A major opus 85
Allegro maestoso- Andante molto sostenuto- Scherzo- Allegretto espressivo

 Claude Regimbald - Flûte

Alessio Nebiolo - Guitare

In 2010, in collaboration with de Foundation ‘Les Instruments de la Paix of Geneva and the Geneva Music Conservatory, he visited Palestine and Israel for a series of concerts and master classes. He recorded for the following TV channel : the French television TF1, the Television Suisse Romande TSR1 (Swiss French Television), Léman Bleu, Rai3 and Rete 4 in Italy, as well as for the National Swiss Radio channels Espace2 and DRS2 and the National Bolivian Television. He usually plays in duo, trio, quartet and octet of guitars, also collaborating with string quartets in Italy and Switzerland , such as the ‘Quartetto Rieckof’ composed by the first parts of the ‘Orchestre de la Suisse Romande’. Since 2001 he has played with the Lausanne Guitar Trio and since 2003 in duo with the accordionist Nadio Marenco. He recorded four CD as soloist, such as ‘Live at Lucerne Festival’ published by the ‘Festival de Lucerne’ and broadcasted by the Swiss radio ‘Espace 2 and two CD with the accordionist Nadio Marenco and with the Lausanne Guitar Trio. At present, Alessio Nebiolo is a guitar teacher at the Geneva Music Conservatory in Switzerland and keeps master classes in Europe, South America and Asia.

Claude Regimbald – Flute
Claude Régimbald, a French flautist originally from Quebec, has given hundreds of concerts and recitals in Canada, France, Switzerland, Britain, Spain, Poland and Brazil. He has recorded five CD’s: La flûte virtuose and Impressions québécoises on the SNE label, La flûte au Conservatoire de Paris on the ATMA label, Rêverie on the VDE-Gallo label, and a flute and harp recital Couleurs. He has performed Jacques Ibert’s Concerto with the Belgrade Philarmonic Orchestra on Yugoslavian national television, and has often been heard on the French and English networks of the CBC, on Radio-France and on the Radio Suisse-Romande Espace 2 network.

He teaches at the conservatory in Ferney-Voltaire, in France.

« Régimbald is indeed a virtuoso, but also a musician capable of subtlety. » Claude Gingras, La Presse, 

« … an established soloist, he produces a magnificent sound and very fine phrasing. » Denis Verroust, La Traversière, Paris.

« Bravissimo » Jean-Pierre Rampal.