|Sunday, July 3
Laura Andriani and Nathalie Camus, violin • Luc Beauchemin, viola • David Ellis, cello.
Our 2011 Festival opens with one of Canada’s most dynamic chamber music ensembles. This internationally acclaimed string quartet is a favourite with CAMMAC audiences.
Sunday, July 10
Femke Bergsma, recorder, vielle, string drum, vocals •
Liette Remon, vielle, rebec, chalumeau, bagpipes, vocals.
This Quebec duo, specializing in Medieval music, offers a program of songs on the theme of war and peace during the time of the Hundred Years’ War.
Sunday, July 17
Clemens Merkel, violin • Mira Benjamin, violin
Stephanie Bozzini, viola • Isabelle Bozzini, cello
CAMMAC is thrilled to welcome back the Bozzini Quartet. This versatile group will perform Schubert’s Quartet a minor, D 804 (Rosamunde) and Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat, Opus 130.
Sunday, July 24
Windermere String Quartet
Rona Goldensher, violin • Elizabeth Loewen Andrews, violin • Anthony Rapoport, viola • Laura Jones, cello
Based in Toronto, the Windermere String Quartet is one of Canada’s leading period instrument ensembles. Back at CAMMAC for a second year, we are pleased to feature the group in our Festival CAMMAC series.
| Sunday, July 31
Jean-François Normand, clarinet • Fraser Jackson, bassoon • Monique de Margerie, piano
These three excellent musicians will perform a delectable buffet of music for trio by Poulenc, Glinka, Korngold and Mozart.
Sunday, August 7
Ewald Cheung, violin • Philip Chiu, piano
Ewald Cheun • Philip Chiu
Winner of the 2010 Orchestre symphonique de Trois-Rivières Competition, this young violin virtuoso will delight you with a program of works by W.A. Mozart, Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho, Richard Strauss, and Niccolò Paganini. He will be accompanied by the award-winning pianist Philip Chiu.
Sunday, August 14
Xavier Brossard-Ménard, clarinet • Roland Arnassalon, violin • Sheila Hannigan, violoncelle • Sonia Wheaton Dudley, piano
In this show entitled 1938, Ensemble QAT performs music of this tumultuous year in world history as encountered by a fictional Viennese music critic. The music ranges from classical contemporary works to klezmer, jazz and show music.
Tickets available on site
Concert — $10 (free for children 12 and under)
Brunch — $15/adults • $12/children
Tel.: 1-888-622-8755, #1 Fax.: 819-687-3323
85 chemin CAMMAC, Harrington, QC J8G 2T2
(4 km north of Lost River on Route 327)