10/02/2019

The Charke~Cormier Duo in Concert

February 10, 2019 (1:00 pm - 2:30 pm)


February 10 @ 1:00 pm
KC Irving Centre, Garden Room
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Admission: Free

A free concert of music for flute and classical guitar. Note that this event is informal. Audience members can come and go as they please. The performance begins at approximately 1 pm and will be finished by 2 pm. All welcome!

CDs from our recent ECMA nominated album Ex Tempore will be available for sale before and after the concert for $20.

Program to include:

Celso Machado / Sambamar
1. Chorinho Pra Ioria
2. Sambamar
3. Chôro Sem Lagrimas
4. Vamo Nessa
5. São Paulo a Noite
6. Fevando Na Rua

Derek Charke / The Equation of Time *
1. Slow-Slow Music

Antonio Vivaldi / Concerto en Sol Mineur
1. Andante molto
2. Larghetto
3. Allegro

Anne Lauber / Divertissement pour flûte et guitare

Béla Bartók / Rumänische Volkstänze (Romanian Folk Dances) (Hungary)
1. Joc cu Bâtǎ (Stick Dance)
2. Brâul (Sash Dance)
3. Pe loc (In One Spot)
4. Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)
5. Poargǎ româneascǎ (Romanian Polka)
6. Mǎrunțel (Fast Dance)

* Composed for the Charke Cormier Duo
† Arranged for the Charke Cormier Duo
‡ Available for purchase from Doberman-Yppan (www.productionsdoz.com)


Vive La Canadienne—A Celebration of the music of Donald Coakley

February 10, 2019 (3:00 pm - 5:00 pm)


February 10 @ 3:00 pm
Festival Theatre,
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Admission: Freewill Donation at the door

In the final event of his visit, the life and music of Donald Coakley will be explored and celebrated by three bands! Come and hear three great concert bands as they perform Coakley’s music. In addition, the Acadia University Wind Ensemble will perform the world premiere of I Lost My Talk by the Acadia University Wind Ensemble. Based on the poem by Rita Joe, this work by Canadian composer John Estacio explores the meaning of reconciliation. Written originally for the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the AUWE will present the world premiere of the wind ensemble version of the piece, transcribed by Mark Hopkins.
Moderated by: Mark Hopkins

Acadia University Wind Ensemble: Mark Hopkins, conductor
Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy: Lt. Bradley Ritson, conductor
Nova Scotia Youth Wind Ensemble: Mark Hopkins, Steve Hartlen, and Pam Paddock, conductors