Finale: The Trout

Finale: The Trout

Franz Schubert’s Timeless Masterpiece and a Special Guest from Vienna

An intimate chamber music evening starring the Rolston String Quartet joined by a few special guests: Marta Potulska, a brilliant violist from Vienna, Joel Quarrington, Juno-award winning double bassist and our Artistic Director, Daniel Vnukowski at the piano. Franz Schubert’s playful song about a fisherman’s latest catch comes to life in this dazzling set of variations.

They have achieved an elite status among the continent’s finest string quartets.

Toronto Concert Reviews

Program

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
String Quartet in G major, op. 33, no. 5, Hob. III:41
    Vivace assai
    Largo e cantabile
    Scherzo. Allegro-Trio
    Final. Allegretto
Rolston String Quartet

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Fantasiestücke op. 73
    Zart und mit Ausdruck
    Lebhaft, leicht
    Rasch und mit Feuer
Marta Potulska, viola & Daniel Vnukowski, piano

Gabriela Lena Frank (b. 1972)
Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout
Rolston String Quartet

INTERMISSION

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Piano Quintet in A major, op. 114, D. 667, “The Trout”
    Allegro vivace
    Andante
    Scherzo. Presto – Trio
    Thema. Andantino – [Variazioni]. Allegretto
    Finale. Allegro giusto
Daniel Vnukowski, piano
Luri Lee, violin
Marta Potulska, viola
Peter Eom, cello
Joel Quarrington, bass


VENUE

First Presbyterian Church
200 Maple Street Collingwood, ON

This event has been made possible by the kind and gracious support of the Rydlo Family Fund (a fund held within the Oakville Community Foundation)

KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

Celebrate Canada’s Diversity

Explore and celebrate Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism with 11 world-class musicians from abroad, each performing on a unique instrument from their homeland, and one Métis, all of whom call Canada home. Kuné means “together” in Esperanto.

This ensemble brings together virtuosic musicians who have immigrated to Canada from the four corners of the earth as well as an Indigenous Canadian representative. While collaborating, fusing different cultures together in their creations, KUNÉ’s members retain their personal musical and cultural identities, expressing their musical language and personalities within the context of a musical framework.

“Kuné is a musical journey that takes listeners on a trip around the world…”

Now Magazine

Program

Set 1
1. Espera Esperanto (composed by Paco Luviano, arranged by Hilario Duran)
2. Water (composed by Demetrios Petsalakis, Ahmed Moneka, Aline Morales, Dora Wang
and Selcuk Suna, arranged by Demetrios Petsalakis)
3. Earth (composed by Padideh Ahrarnejad, Matias Rechart and Dorjee Tsering, arranged
by Noam Lemish)
4. Fire (composed by Demetrios Petsalakis, Ahmed Moneka, Tyler Emond, Selcuk Suna,
Matias Recharte)
5. Wind (composed by Demetrios Petsalakis and Salif “Lasso” Sanou, arranged by Andrew
Downing. Contains excerpt from traditional French Canadian song V’lal bon vent)
6. Obeso (composed by Salif “Lasso” Sanou)

Set 2
1. Iemanja (composed by Aline Morales, arranged by David Arcus)
2. We Met in Tkaronto (composed and arranged by Alyssa Delbare-Sawchuck)
3. Sarena (composed by Aline Morales, Ahmed Moneka and Demetrios Petsalakis,
arranged by Demetrios Petsalakis)
4. Lloqlla (composed and arranged by Matias Recharte)
5. Zendeghi (composed by Padideh Ahrarnejad, arranged by Demetrios Petsalakis)
6. Canto a la Tierra (composed by Luis Deniz, arranged by Hilario Duran)
7. [encore] Mae D’Agua (composed by Aline Morales)


VENUE

First Presbyterian Church
200 Maple Street Collingwood, ON

This event has been made possible by the generous support of Sensor Technology and the Prasad Foundation.

Canada’s Celebrated String Quartet

Canada’s Celebrated String Quartet

A Champion of Canadian Contemporary Music

A champion of contemporary music that has premiered over 100 new works from composers in Canada and abroad, the Penderecki String Quartet has three dozen recordings to their name, including a JUNO award for best composition.

This concert also features a work commissioned by our festival, written by the composer in residence of the Scarborough Philharmonic – Daniel Mehdizadeh.

There is something vividly distinct about Mehdizadeh’s music. This Canadian composer is revered for his intricate, unpredictable and haunting works. The sound and gesture of his pieces bury themselves deep in complex imagination, inviting you to participate in an exploration of uncertain visceral implications.

Dr. Daniel Mehdizadeh (DMA, University of Toronto) is currently based in the Greater Toronto Area and is the Composer-in-Residence for the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO).

The PSQ has been in residence at Wilfrid Laurier University since 1991 and an integral part of creative life in Southern Ontario throughout the past two decades.

The WholeNote

Program

Josef Haydn (1732-1809)
Quartet Op. 20, No.6 in A major
   Allegro di molto e scherzando
   Adagio, cantabile
   Minuetto: Allegretto
   Fuga a tre soggetti. Allegro

Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-2020)
Quartet No. 4
   Andante
   Vivo

Daniel Mehdizadeh (1987 –     )
Overlooking the Lilac*

INTERMISSION

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
Quartet Op. 105 in A- flat major
   Adagio ma non troppo — Allegro appassionato
   Molto vivace
   Lento e molto cantabile
   Allegro non tanto

*World-premiere performance of a work commissioned by the festival


VENUE

First Presbyterian Church
200 Maple Street Collingwood, ON

This event has been made possible by the gracious support of:

  • Jane Moysey, REALTOR® Royal LePage Locations North, Brokerage
  • Paul & Margaret Bridgman







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