The first performance will take place at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Newmarket on Saturday October 23, featuring Canadian pianist Luke Welch.
The York Chamber Ensemble is preparing for its 21st season with four shows scheduled from October to May.
The first concert will take place on Saturday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Newmarket.
The show, titled Mozart + Mozetich, will feature award-winning Canadian pianist Luke Welch.
The Toronto-based musician has performed around the world, including recitals at St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and Castletown House in Ireland.
The York Chamber Ensemble concert will feature Piano Concerto n. 20, Fantasia … sul linguaggio perduto by Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich, and Respighi Ancient arias and dances, Suite no. 3.
Tickets for this concert will be $ 25 and sold online as soon as they become available.
The next show is scheduled for Saturday December 4th and is called Little Night Music.
Violinist Joyce Lai will be the featured artist of the show. She is an avid chamber musician and has performed with numerous ensembles including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Szeged Symphony Orchestra of Hungary, the Canadian Chamber Academy and the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong.
Next year, March 26, 2022, the York Chamber Ensemble will present a show called Folk Songs in Counterpoint with Ian Clarke.
The violinist is a frequent guest soloist with the ensemble, as well as their first violin.
Finally, on May 14, 2022, young pianist Jarmin Weng will perform in the last show announced for the season to date.
His name is The Emperor.
The York Chamber Ensemble said it was excited about live performances again after being unable to perform live due to the pandemic.