Featuring the young flautist Bailey Finley and local CMK veterans Sally Arai and Martin Krátký, this spontaneous concert features Canadian music–mellifluous and resplendent works for flute, clarinet, and cello; both solo and accompanied by pianist Alena Krátká.
Works by Glick, Jamieson, Etheridge, Sung, Enescu, Bozza, Friedman, Clarke, and others
(Purchasing a Family or a Front Row ticket does not provide an enhanced online experience; however, it provides online audience members with the opportunity to show some extra support for their favourite local music groups who will be receiving over 90% of the ticket proceeds.
A purchaser of either a Family or a Front Row ticket will receive a photo of the concert poster signed by the musicians as well as a tax receipt. In addition, should a concert venue become open for live audience, a Front Row or a Family ticket holder will enjoy a VIP entry for one or two persons respectively.)
All CMK concerts start at 7:30 pm, and will be streamed live. This concert will be available online until May 03, Monday, 10:00 pm (Pacific Time).
Sally Arai, clarinet Martin Krátký, cello Bailey Finley, flute Alena Krátká, piano
Kokū (Empty Sky) for unaccompanied clarinet (1990) – transcribed and edited by Elliot Weisgarber (1919-2001)
Suite Hébraïque for clarinet and piano (1963) Srul Irving Glick (1934-2002)
1. Cantorial Chant
2. Chassidic Dance
6. Circle Dance
Cantillation for cello and piano (1983, arr. 1987, rev. 1999) Jean Ethridge (*1943)
Jig, Adagio, and Toccata for solo cello (1979) Doug Jamieson (*1949)
– Intermission –
Image for solo flute (1939) Eugène Bozza (1905-1991)
There Will Always Be A Place To Meet (2019) Josh Sung
<<la double à remplir…>> (2015) Nathan Friedman (*1989)
Cantabile (1904) George Enescu (1881-1955)
The Great Train Race (1993) Ian Clarke (*1964)
Featured Performers: Bailey Finley - flute, Sally Arai - clarinet, Martin Krátký - cello, and Alena Krátká - piano.
Saturday, April 17, 2021, 7:30 pm
This concert is being presented online.
After you have purchased your ticket you will receive an e-mail with a link to where you can view the concert.
$15, $10 CMK Members/Students, $25 Front Row, $40 Family