october, 2022

23oct3:30 pm5:00 pmMusic for the Soul's Journey: Works for Viola, Organ, and Voicepresented by The Royal Canadian College of Organists

Event Details

The Royal Canadian College of Organists presents “Music for the Soul’s Journey: Works for Viola, Organ, and Voice”, with Robert Hall and Henry Janzen performing music by Barber, Britten, Duruflé, Fauré, Finzi, Hindemith, Sweelinck, and others, on Sunday 23 October at 3:30pm at Chalmers United Church, 212 Barrie St. Admission is $20 or Pay What You Can at the door. Advance tickets available at Tara Foods, or online by e-mailing millham@sympatico.ca. Church and provincial Covid19 protocols will be followed. Visit rcco-kingston.ca.

Robert Hall is an Ottawa-based singer, organist, choir director, and composer. He sang professionally with the Vancouver Chamber Choir and Tudor Singers of Montreal, and has directed many choirs, including the Canadian Centennial Choir, the Champlain Valley Oratorio Society, and the Laurentian University Choir. After spending over twenty-five years teaching at Laurentian University, he relocated to Ottawa in 2021 where he is active as a composer and as Music Director/Organist at City View United Church. All of the transcriptions in this program are his.

Henry Janzen has a distinguished career as a soloist, ensemble musician, and conductor in Canada and the United States. He has been a faculty member in the Department of Music at the University of Guelph for over twenty years where he teaches applied strings and chamber music. The Hart House Orchestra, under his leadership, perform regularly in Toronto and tour each year, which in recent years have taken them to Carnegie Hall and Europe. He and Robert Hall have presented viola and piano recitals across Ontario, including Toronto, Sudbury, Collingwood, Guelph, and Mindemoya.

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Time

(Sunday) 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

Chalmers United Church

212 Barrie St, Kingston

Organizer

Royal Canadian College of OrganistsAurora at 613-453-6323 scholarships@rcco-kingston.ca

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