Next DOMS Concert

Virtuoso Violin

In honour of the anniversary of Paganini’s birth, Justin Saulnier (violin) and Frédéric Lacroix (piano) pair a selection of Paganini’s Caprices with Franck’s violin sonata.

Wednesday, October 27 at noon

Streamed live here

In person at Southminster United Church (please arrive no earlier than 11:40 and bring your vaccination passport)

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DOMS Fall Series

Oct 27: Virtuoso Violin

In honour of the anniversary of Paganini’s birth, Justin Saulnier (violin) and Frédéric Lacroix (piano) pair a selection of Paganini’s Caprices with Franck’s violin sonata.

 

Nov 3: A Spicy Blend of Latin Jazz

Ottawa quartet Pimienta Blanca performs Latin jazz that packs a punch with infectious rhythms and high-energy repertoire that gets audiences out of their seats.

   Karen Rauh, piano

   Allyson Rogers, drums

   Mark Fraser, bass

   Adrian Matte, tenor saxophone

 

Nov 10: Sounds of Nature

Harpsichordist Susan Toman explores music by French composers of the Baroque who delighted in incorporating sounds of the natural world into their compositions.

 

Nov 17: The Classical Piano

In his debut solo recital, pianist Jeremy Hare-Chang (student of Roland Graham) explores contrast in idiosyncratic works by J. S. Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin.

 

Nov 24: French Connection

Duo Cecilia, Gertrude Létourneau (flute) and Catherine Donkin (piano), plays a colourful program of music by Mel Bonis, Jules Mouquet and Claude Debussy. 

 

Dec 1: An Afternoon in Paris

Andrew Sords (violin) and Cheryl Duvall (piano) unite to play works by Poulenc, Chopin, Ravel, and Saint-Saëns in this characterful and impassioned program.

 

Dec 8: Firebird

Alexis Reed (soprano) and Lucas Porter (piano) offer a blended 19th/20th century program of vocal and solo piano works by Granados, Stravinsky, Strauss and Grieg. 

 

Dec 15: Shakespeare’s Viola

A pairing of music and poetry: works by Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and Ichmouratov arranged for viola interspersed with Shakespeare, Walter and Misbakhova.

   Elvira Misbakhova, viola

   Irina Krasnyanskaya, piano

   Alina Ichmouratov, narrator

 

Dec 22: Christmas with Caelis

Caelis Academy Ensemble, directed by Matthew Larkin, presents a traditional Christmas Festival of Lessons and Carols in the English high Cathedral style.