Various Dates in March
Student performance recitals throughout March and April. Full list available here.
We'll be Bach - II
The second of Duo Concertante's two concerts presenting the complete works for violin and keyboard by J.S. Bach along with world premieres of Bach-inspired commissions by Clifford Crawley and Jocelyn Morlock.
Mar 04 *CANCELLED*
We regret that this concert has been cancelled.
Mar 06 *CANCELLED*
Toccare - Flourishes for Organ and Brass
We regret that it has become necessary to cancel this concert. We hope to reschedule for the Fall of 2013.
L'Histoire du soldat
Igor Stravinsky's 1918 masterpiece L'Histoire du soldat is a classic fable of a fiddle-playing soldier who matches wits with the Devil. The ensemble of MUN faculty artists features the debut of new faculty member, Alan Klaus on trumpet, Nancy Dahn on violin, and a surprise guest narrator.
Winner of the Performers of the Year Opus Prize, the Quasar saxophone quartet is back in St. John’s to present a concert filled with emotion and contrast. The “4 amazing virtuosi” (Halifax Herald), ardent devotees of the music of our time, will perform a program featuring the piece Facing Death, a tribute to iconic jazz musician, Charlie Parker by the master of minimalism, Louis Andriessen. This show is a must for all lovers of daring and original music. www.quasar4.com
Late Viennese Masterworks
Nancy Dahn (violin), Timothy Steeves (piano) and Vernon Regehr (cello) revisit some of their favourite piano trios, performing Mozart's B-flat major Trio, Schubert's tranquil Notturno Trio, and closing with one of the very finest of the genre - Beethoven's grandiose Archduke Trio.
Dr. Sean Williams Lecture
Sally Dibblee Vocal Master Class
David Malis Vocal Master Class
Stormy Weather - MUN Brass Ensemble
Join the MUN Brass Ensemble as they present a concert of music celebrating all things meteorological.
Thank you, Dr. Dunsmore!
Douglas Dunsmore, MUN's beloved director of choirs, is retiring after over 30 years of making choral magic in Newfoundland. Join us for a grand finale tribute concert featuring the MUN Festival and Chamber Choirs singing some of Doug's favorite works. At Gower Street United Church, 3 p.m.
Pocket Full O'Posy - MUN Wind Ensemble
Folk songs galore! Highlights include Grainger's seminal "Lincolnshire Posy", Howard Cable's "The Banks of Newfoundland", and "Lukey's Lullaby", the 2012 Terra Nova Composition Competition award-winning work by MUN alumnus Aiden Hartery.