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ON THE 13th CONCERT SERIES

ON THE 13th CONCERT SERIES

April 10, 2014
National

Awaken your senses. Join us on the 13th of every month for an intimate concert series, hosted by CMC Associate Composer Adam Sherkin. Hear the best and brightest performers present works on our Steingraeber & Söhne grand piano.

For the April installment of the series, we are excited to present the first ever trombone recital held at the CMC!

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Sunday, April 13, 2014 | 5:30 PM
MICROEXPRESSIONS:
The 21st Century Virtuoso

Contemporary trombonist Dale Sorensen and pianist Vanessa May-lok Lee present an imaginative programme of works by Samuel Dolin, Steve McManaman, Eldad Tsabary, and commissions by Monica Pearce and Jason Caron.

Canadian Music Centre
20 St. Joseph St.
Toronto, ON, M4Y 1J9

Tickets:
$20 at the door
$15 in advance

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Dale Sorensen is a passionate performer and promoter of Canadian music, who has premiered numerous solo and chamber works, and is the founder and artistic director of PEI's contemporary music ensemble eklektikos. In addition to his frequent solo recitals, Dale has performed as a soloist with the Windsor Symphony and the PEI Symphony, and has held positions with Symphony Nova Scotia, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, and performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Tafelmusik, National Ballet, Opera Atelier, and many others.

Much sought after as a collaborative pianist, Canadian Vanessa May-lok Lee has performed throughout Canada, the U.S.A., England, Wales and Mexico, sharing the stage with artists such as Measha Brueggergosman, Nicholas Daniels, Jens Lindemann and the late Lorand Fenyves. Ms. Lee released her debut CD in 2012 with internationally acclaimed flautist, Miguel Ángel Villanueva (Mexico) and violist Elodie Guillot (France). Recorded on the Quindecim label, this CD showcases the works of Mexican, French and Canadian composers including a commissioned piece by fellow Canadian Erik Ross.



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