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Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation Emerging Artist Concert Series 2019

Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation Emerging Artist Concert Series

PROARTS @NOON CONCERTS PRESENTS

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Who: The ProArts@Noon Concert Series Presents:
What: The Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation Emerging Artist Concert Series
Where: Cathedral Church (corner of 7 Ave and 1 Street SE)
When: Various Wednesdays May 22 through to October 23, 2019; concert time 12:10pm
Tickets: Free to the public

The ProArts@Noon Concert Series is pleased to announce a unique series of four concerts featuring Emerging performing artists.
‘Emerging artists’ are often considered to be artists up to 5 – 10 years out of their artistic education, or up to age 30. However, some artists continue to emerge past that point particularly if they do not often have the chance to share their work publicly.

The Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation recently awarded Calgary’s ProArts Society funding to undertake the Emerging Artist Concert Series, which will feature a diverse selection of performing arts genres.
This special series will be part of the ProArts@Noon weekly schedule of Wednesday concerts.

Now in its sixteenth season, the ProArts@Noon Concert Series is a free, noon hour concert series presented by the ProArts Society; who rent the historic Cathedral Church in the heart of Calgary’s Cultural District for their weekly concerts every Wednesday, all year ‘round.
THE 2019 HARRY AND MARTHA COHEN FOUNDATION EMERGING ARTIST SERIES:

  • May 22  The Calgary MusicScapes Band
  • Aug 28 Calgary Concert Opera Company
  • Sept 04 Èchea Quartet
  • Oct 23 Perfect Cadence Woodwind Quintet

Artists Biographies

1. May 22  The Calgary MusicScapes Band

The Calgary Musicscapes Band, directed by violinist Edmond Agopian, features repertoire which reflects the wide array of music of the Calgary musical community. From Klezmer to Mariachi, from Jazz to Métis fiddling, Edmond Agopian’s arrangements display the wide spectrum of Calgary’s international music scapes.

2. Aug 28 Calgary Concert Opera Company

Since 2011, Calgary Concert Opera Company has presented 8 different operas in concert format which included over 60 opera singers from all over Canada and collaborations with the Foothills Philharmonic Opera Chorus, Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra and 12 Musas Flamenco.

CCOC is dedicated to furthering the careers of rising and established opera singers by presenting full operas in concert format.

3. Sept 04 Èchea Quartet

Consisting of Emily Earl and Aliayta Foon-Dancoes, violins; Clara Loeb, viola and Eliza Millet, violincello; Echéa Quartet was formed in 2017 at the Royal Academy of Music, London. They were recently selected for the prestigious Frost Trust/Advanced Specialist Strings Ensemble Training Scheme at the Academy, where they study. The quartet are 2019 Concordia Foundation Artists. 

4. Oct 23 Perfect Cadence Woodwind Quintet

Formed in 2015, Perfect Cadence is a collective of wind players dedicating with sharing the love of music for these often neglected instruments. If you are a classical music lover in Calgary, you probably have, as our five members have connections with virtually every ensemble and academic institution in the area.

From playing with the Calgary Philharmonic, Red Deer Symphony, Rocky Mountain Symphony (and many others) to performing onstage at the Jubilee, Rozsa Centre, the Bella, and just about anywhere music is heard in Calgary, we have been there.

Lucy Jones, flute; Aura Pon, obo; Ilana Dahl, clarinet; Daryl Caswell, horns; Jonathan Gresl, bassoon.


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