Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Monday, March 1, 2010
Violinist/violist George Cleland is the Music Coordinator for the Niagara Suzuki Association, the Conductor and Music Director of the Peninsula Orchestra and the Viola Coach for the Niagara Youth Orchestra. He has been an instructor for Brock University since 2004. A performer, teacher and conductor, George is a founding member of the Luthien Ensemble, and he performs frequently as a chamber and orchestral musician with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, and other orchestras in Ontario. Prior to moving to the Niagara region, George was a violin instructor for the Medicine Hat College Conservatory of Music and Dance, and the conductor of the Medicine Hat Junior String Orchestra and the founder and director for the Medicine Hat Community Orchestra.
Saturday, March 20, 1 pm at the St Catharines Centennial Library
MUSICIANS OF OCHRE PIT COVE
A twist of the folk tale, The Musicians of Bremen, collected by the Brothers Grimm
Retirement for a tabby cat, a dog, a rooster and a Newfoundland pony does not look promising. No longer able to work, they learn that they will soon be turned out to pasture - or worse.Perhaps a new career? But what?In quest for a new life, each beast finds adventure and new purpose.
A chamber music concert for kids; be prepared, some audience participation will be required!