Jacob's Dreams

Jacob’s Dreams – March 31, Bourgie Hall

Jacob's Dreams Themes dear to Chagall – dance, the circus, Jacob’s Ladder, the violinist – echo in works by Milhaud, Prokofiev, and in Schostakovich’s elegiac Trio No. 2 in memory of a friend, culminating in a...
Maude Gratton

Maude Gratton – March 29, Bourgie Hall

Maude Gratton - harpsichord and organ A superb performer and ambassador extraordinaire of Baroque music in general, young French harpsichordist Maude Gratton plays a programme that brings out the particular qu...
Edna Stern

Edna Stern – March 22, Bourgie Hall

Edna Stern Russian Music of Love and Death In this recital, she eagerly revisits works dear to her since childhood on themes of love and death, including the famous Diabolical Suggestion and Roméo and Julie...
Ulysse

Ulysse – March 19, Bourgie Hall

Compagnie musicale La Nef presents Ulysse In Homer’s famous Odyssey, Ulysses, the hero of Greek mythology, bravely faces the dangers that punctuate each part of his voyage. From the Strait of Gibraltar to Tur...
Klez-Kabaret

Klez-Kabaret – March 16, Bourgie Hall

Magillah presents Klez-Kabaret Magillah Dreams Chagall With finesse and humour, Magillah shares the lively rhythms of klezmer, the distinctive-sounding traditional Jewish music of Eastern Europe. Poignant m...
Karin Kei Nagano

Karin Kei Nagano – March 12, Bourgie Hall

Karin Kei Nagano: Pour le piano Pianist Karin Kei Nagano is the perfect example of the child prodigy: daughter of Maestro Kent Nagano and pianist Mari Kodama, recipient of prestigious awards, and critically-ac...
Jean-Philippe Sylvestre

Jean-Philippe Sylvestre – March 1, Bourgie Hall

Jean-Philippe Sylvestre Described by conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin as a “poet of the piano”, Jean-Philippe Sylvestre continues to garner acclaim and rewards. With stunning virtuosity, he vigorously attacks th...