DOFMS Pr June 3-15 - Classical Music Ottawa

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DOFMS Pr June 3-15 - Classical Music Ottawa
Doors Open for Music at
Southminster
Spring 2015
Artistic Director: Roland Graham
Wednesday June 3rd
‘The Universal Language’
Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), Op. 15
1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen
(Of foreign lands and peoples)
2. Kuriose Geschichte (A curious story)
3. Hasche-Mann (Blind man's bluff)
4. Bittendes Kind (Pleading)
5. Glückes genug (Happy enough)
6. Wichtige Begebenheit (An Important Event)
7. Träumerei (Dreaming)
8. Am Kamin (At the fireside)
9. Ritter vom Steckenpferd (Knight of the
hobbyhorse)
10. Fast zu ernst (Almost too serious)
11. Fürchtenmachen (Frightening)
12. Kind im Einschlummern (Child falling asleep)
13. Der Dichter spricht (The poet speaks)
Robert Schumann
(1810–1856)
Scherzo
Oskar Morawetz
(1917–2007)
Piano Sonata in A minor, D. 784
1. Allegro giusto
2. Andante
3. Allegro vivace
Franz Schubert
(1797–1828)
Luke Welch, piano
Luke Welch was born in Toronto, Canada and raised in the nearby city
of Mississauga. He played his first public recital at age twelve. His first
private piano instructors include Kyzysztof Jedrysik and Catherine
Kuzeljevich, and he later completed Bachelor and Master of Music
degrees at the University of Western Ontario in Canada under the
tutelage of John-Paul Bracey. Luke has also participated in the classes of
distinguished artists including Jean-Bernard Pommier, Cécile Ousset,
Dang Thai Son, André Laplante, Jean-Paul Sevilla, and Stéphane
Lemelin. He made his concerto debut in 2004 with the Durham Chamber
Orchestra, and has performed extensively on the international stage
including appearances in Canada, United States, Netherlands, Germany,
Italy, Scotland, Wales, and England (UK). He has received national and
international awards and grants based in both Canada and Europe. In
2010, he completed further graduate studies at the Codarts Rotterdam
Conservatory in the Netherlands while studying in the class of Aquiles
Delle Vigne. In addition to his performance commitments and private
teaching, he has been working at the Codarts Rotterdam Conservatory
as well as with a number of international music and dance institutions.
NEXT DOFMS CONCERT – Wednesday June 10rd 2015
‘Robert Reynolds & Friends Classic Folk’
Back by popular demand, RR&F present a mix of originals by Robert
Reynolds and covers of great folk artists of the past.
Robert Reynolds, vocals & guitar; Carole Laprise, vocals
John Rossi, percussion; Xavier Sotelo, guitar