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Sheldon Zandboer, Piano with Morag Northey, Cello

21 Sep Posted by in Schedule | Comments
Sheldon Zandboer, Piano with Morag Northey, Cello

Two passionate artists meld and move sonically through the acoustically rich temple of Calgary’s Cathedral Cathedral of the Redeemer ~  we invite you to experience the wrap around sounds that weave through space and help heal souls present. Morag and Sheldon will open to the complete spectrum of emotion,  journey into each other’s expression and create music of only that moment for and with you, dear audience. Come join us. Be part of something extraordinarily beautiful. Morag and Sheldon


Classically trained Cellist and Singer Morag Northey is an acclaimed performer and composer of theatre, film and concert music as well as a writer of poetry, prose and song. She is an innovative, creative Artist whose soulful performances elevate and encourage through concerts such as Healing the World Brundibár, VAIA, the Dalai Lama’s “Now” tour the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and the 2015 Canada Winter Games.

 A distinguished virtuoso, her playing enraptures our mind with an artistry that brings blissful pleasures to the soul. – The Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean

Sheldon print02Sheldon Zandboer is Calgary’s premier jazz pianist who is also noted for his diverse knowledge of music styles and experience. Sheldon has performed jazz before Queen Elizabeth, as well as the other members of the British Royal Family, international dignitaries, Heads of State and publicly on 4 continents. His songwriting has extended into the European pop market and has composed music for a film that is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. His groundbreaking jazz training book “The Tao of Jazz Improvisation” adopts eastern philosophy and training techniques, which enables the young to advanced professional to reach a higher level of performance and creativity. Presently, he is also a jazz piano instructor at three of Calgary’s universities, and a music director for the theatre arts program at the Central Memorial Arts School.