Hot Sheet for the week of Jan 30, 2017

UBC Music Hot Sheet | January 30, 2017

“Love passed, the Muse appeared, the weather
of mind got clarity new-found;
now free, I once more weave together
emotion, thought, and magic sound.”

~ Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin (Ch. 1, st. 59.)

This week from the stages of UBC Music, let a variety of events inspire you. Don't miss the opening of UBC Opera's Eugene Onegin. Enjoy!

Tue Jan 31
Divisional Concert: Strings
12:00 noon, Barnett Hall

Wed Feb 1   
Wednesday Noon Hours
Corey Cerovsek violin
Michelle Mares piano
Ravel Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2
Franck Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano
Ravel Tzigane
12:00 noon, Barnett Hall
$5 at the door

Wed Feb 1
Violin Masterclass with Corey Cerovsek
2:00 pm, Gessler Hall

Wed Feb 1   
UBC Concert Winds: New York Portraits
Christin Reardon MacLellan
Sousa Manhattan Beach March
Copland/arr. Patterson Down a Country Lane
Dello Joio From Every Horizon
Ewazen Hymn for the Lost and Living
Bennett/ed. Higgins Suite of Old American Dances
8:00 pm, Old Auditorium  

Thu Feb 2
Jazz Ensemble I
With special guest soloist Tom Keenlyside flute, tenor saxophone
12:00 noon, Barnett Hall

Thu Feb 2
Tunes at Noon
Emily Logan (current DMA student) piano
Emily will perform classical and Broadway/pop music in the Alumni Welcome Centre foyer. This concert series features UBC Music students and alumni.
12:00 pm, The Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
Presented in collaboration with UBC Welcome Centre, UBC School of Music, Alumni UBC and UBC Arts and Culture District

Feb 2 – 5
Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin
UBC Opera Ensemble & UBC Symphony Orchestra
Krzysztof Biernacki director, David Agler conductor
Thu – Sat 7:30 pm, Chan Centre
Sun 2:00 pm, Chan Centre
$41 Adult | $31 Senior | $20 Student | $15 UBC Student
Call 604-822-6725 for info.
Get tickets online

Fri Feb 3
West Coast Student Composers Symposium
West Coast Student Composers Symposium is an annual meeting of student composers from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria. Three concerts take place during the afternoon, featuring composers and performers from each institution.
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm,  SFU Concert
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm, UBC Concert
2:45 pm – 3:45 pm, UVic Concert
Barnett Hall

Fri Feb 3
Graduate Colloquium Series
Nozomi Sato (Professor of Musicology, Keio University)
“An Attempt to Understand the Theological-Ontological Hermeneutics of J.S. Bach's Clavier-Übung III
3:30 pm, Room 400B (Seminar Room)
4th Floor, Music Building

Sat Feb 4  
UBC Chamber Orchestra
Jonathan Girard conductor, Alex Toa student conductor
Maunders Demiurge*
Williams Vandalia: An Elegy for Appalachia*
Southam Webster's Spin
Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence
*World première
8:00 pm, Barnett Hall

Please note:
The PEP (Piano and Erhu Project) concert originally scheduled for Sun Feb 5 has been cancelled.

Tue Feb 7
Divisional Concert: Wind, Brass and Percussion
12:00 noon, Barnett Hall

Beyond the Gates...

Mon Jan 30 & Tue Jan 31
Music on Main
Sculptress: The Music of Nicole Lizée
featuring: Standing Wave (Christie Reside flute, A-K Coope clarinet, Rebecca Whitling violin, Olivia Blander cello, Allen Stiles piano, Vern Griffiths percussion.) With special guest, Nicole Lizée
8:00 pm, The Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main Street, Vancouver
More info

Fri Feb 3
UBC Chamber Orchestra
Jonathan Girard conductor
Southam Webster’s Spin
Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence
12:00 noon, Blusson Spinal Cord Centre, 818 West 10th Ave
Presented by the UBC School of Music in partnership with ICORD Research Centre

Sat Feb 4
Pacific Baroque Orchestra: Le Mozart Noir
Alexander Weimann music director
Monica Hugget violin soloist
One of the greatest composers of the early classical period was Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Known as "Le Mozart Noir”, he was one of the earliest musicians of the European classical tradition to have African ancestry. Incredibly, this son of a slave overcame adversities of class, race, and prejudice to become a major musical star all over Europe inspired by both Mozart and Haydn. Today, he is almost entirely forgotten. This program includes several of his violin concertos, orchestral works by Mozart and one of Haydn’s Paris Symphonies. This concert will be preceded with a screening of a Canadian-made documentary on St George’s life featuring Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
8:00 pm, Christ Church Cathedral, 690 Burrard St
A Northwest Baroque Masterworks Project in collaboration with Early Music Vancouver.
More info

On the Horizon...

Wed Feb 8
Wednesday Noon Hours: PBO Chamber Players
Chloe Meyers violin, Soile Stratkauskas flute,
Beiliang Zhu cello, Alexander Weimann harpsichord
Bach Musical Offering, BWV 1079
12:00 noon, Barnett Hall
$5 at the door
Co-presented by UBC School of Music, Early Music Vancouver and Pacific Baroque Orchestra.

Fri Feb 10
UBC Symphonic Wind Ensemble: New York Stories
Rob Taylor conductor, Jaelem Bhate student conductor
Bernstein Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Milhaud La création du Monde
Plus other works by Bernstein, Gershwin, and Tower.
8:00 pm, Chan Centre
$8 available at or in person at the Chan Centre.
More info

Feb 15: Wednesday Noon Hours
Note: Artist and repertoire change - Miranda Wong piano replaces Patricia Hoy piano who is unable to perform. New repertoire includes works by Bach, Villa-Lobos, Shostakovich, and more.