Second concert of the 2020-2021 season.... Online!
First concert of the 2020-2021 season.... Online!
For the conclusion of La série des boiseries en ligne, Steve Cowan will present pièces from composers Sylvius-Leopold Weiss, Frank Martin and the world premiere of two pieces by canadian composer André Villeneuve!
For the first concert of La série des boiserie en ligne, the MGS present: Thierry Bégin-L.
He will be playing a colorful program, including pieces of J. S. Bach , A. Carlos Jobim and V. Asencio.
A concert not to be missed!
Duo Beija-Flor is a classical flute and guitar duo that is as multi-layered as their home base of Montreal. Their repertoire, based upon what they call “ethno-classical” music, is full of unique and colorful sonorities that takes the listener on a musical voyage. Much like the nationalistic musical movement that came to life at the end of the 19th century, their repertoire consists of music from composers that have used either traditional dances, stories, or songs in order to create their works. They incorporate many extended and contemporary techniques in their performance giving them a more authentic sound and at the same time a modern twist to their music. With this type of repertoire they seek to increase the understanding of the diverse populations and cultures that make up modern-day Canada through music, anecdotes and outreach performances.
The SGM present this season...
Alexandra Christodimou and Yannis Petridis, studied at the National Conservatoire of Athens with the famous guitar duo Evangelos Assimakopoulos and Liza Zoe and graduated, honored with distinction. They carried on their studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK, taking a postgraduate degree in musical performance with Gordon Crosskey. In addition, Yannis Petridis holds a Doctorate degree from Stony Brook University, New York, USA, where he studied with full scholarship under Professor Jerry Willard. They are both awarded at Greek and International Guitar Competitions.