A Canadian Celebration – 50th Anniversary Concert Saturday, November 23, 2019 – 7:30pm
The final concert of LCMS’ 50th anniversary season celebrates the school’s remarkable commitment to Canadian music. LCMS has contributed immensely to Canadian creativity by commissioning over 40 works. The Turning Point Ensemble, Borealis String Quartet and the Bergmann Duo will feature some of those works along with the world premiere of a new LCMS commission by Juno award-winning alumnus, Brad Turner, as well as the jazz-inspired “Concerto for Two Pianos” by LCMS composer-in-residence, Marcel Bergmann.
The evening will include:
Marcel Bergmann’s “Concerto for Two Pianos” with chamber ensemble
Jocelyn Morlock’s “Dervish” (violin and piano)
David MacIntyre’s “Berceuse” (piano trio)
Nikolai Korndorf’s “Lament” (cello and piano)
Brad Turner’s “Scenes from Childhood” and the new LCMS-commissioned “Music for an Occasion”