Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967) - Sonata, Op. 4
Fantasia - Adagio di molto
Allegro con spirito - Molto adagio
Georges Enesco (1881-1955) - Sonata in C, Op. 26, No. 2
Allegro moderato ed amabile
Allegro agitato, non troppo mosso
Andantino cantabile, senza lentezza
Final á la roumaine: Allegro sciolto
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About the Performers
Cellist Thomas Wiebe is well-known to Canadian audiences as a soloist and chamber musician. He has performed as guest soloist with the Winnipeg and Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestras, Orchestra London Canada and the Juilliard Orchestra at Lincoln Center in New York. Along with violinist Mark Fewer and pianist Peter Longworth, he is a founding member of the Duke Trio, which is heard in concert and on radio broadcasts throughout Canada. Mr. Wiebe also performs frequently with the Art of Time Ensemble in Toronto. To read Thomas's full biography, please visit www.music.uwo.ca/faculty/bios/tWiebe.html
John Hess is the recognized authority on contemporary opera and song in Canada and is Co-Artistic Director of Toronto's Queen of Puddings Music Theatre. He has been involved with the creation of many new productions for the Canadian Opera Company and has collaborated with virtually every contemporary opera company in Canada. At the Banff Centre for the Arts, he served as Associate Artistic Director of the 20th Century Opera and Song program. To read John's full biography, please visit www.music.uwo.ca/faculty/bios/jHess.html
About The Don Wright Faculty of Music
The Don Wright Faculty of Music offers our students an extraordinary music education at one of Canada's most prestigious and picturesque university campuses. Nationally recognized scholars, composers, administrators, teachers and performers - leaders in Canadian music - engage students in a learning environment equaled by very few institutions. The Faculty offers a broad range or programs (undergraduate, graduate, diploma and certificate), a challenging learning experience, a collegial atmosphere, and outstanding facilities, including one of North America's top music libraries.
With more than 500 undergraduate students, 110 graduate students and more than 100 teachers, the Faculty is small enough to foster the development of close-working relationships with professors and colleagues, yet large enough to support a full symphony orchestra, fully staged opera and musical theatre productions, prize-winning choirs and a top-notch wind band program. We produce more than 300 concerts each year, most of which are free and open to the public.
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