Enjoy one of Beethoven's greatest piano sonatas ( No. 18 Op. 31 No. 3) performed by award-winning pianist Jean-Luc Therrien. There will be a short intermission with some treats and socializing. Then Royce Rich will join Jean-Luc for a fabulous performance of Beethoven's "Kreutzer" Sonata for Violin and Piano, No 9.
The event will conclude with a Question and Answer period, bridging the gap between you and the performers, resulting in greater education about the musical process and an enhanced experience.
The Clearly Musical Home Concert Series, hosted by Joanna Grace, features professional musicians in unique, up-close musical experiences that cannot be matched in large concert halls.
About The Performers:
Twenty-one-year-old Canadian violinist, Royce Rich, has appeared on concert stages across Canada, the USA, Italy, Germany and Austria. Having performed as soloist with the Brampton Symphony Orchestra, Lions Gate Sinfonia Orchestra, Durham Chamber Orchestra, Smazal Chamber Orchestra, and twice with the Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra, Royce is the winner of the coveted Gabora Prize for “Best Specific Performance” at the 19th Annual Casalmaggiore International Festival in Italy.
Jean-Luc Therrien has been an active soloist in Canada and abroad. In 2016, he toured across Quebec and the Maritimes as part of the Jeunesses Musicales Canada’s Emerging Artists Concerts on tour. A few months later, he also made his orchestral debut in Asia with the Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra, performing Beethoven’s fourth piano concerto. As a chamber musician, Jean-Luc has collaborated with several ensembles including the Quatuor Claudel-Canimex. In 2017, he formed the Duo J², with the French violinist Jean-Samuel Bez, with whom he toured in Eastern Canada and in Europe. Follow Royce Rich: Instagram.com/roycerichmusical
Tickets: $42 (incl HST). Click here
Location is a private residence at Yonge & Major Mackenzie. Exact address is given with ticket purchase.