Wednesday, November 30 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Concert: two musical works for string quartets
During an exceptional evening, the McCord Museum hosts eight promising talents from the Schulich School of Music of McGill University. The evening program features two works for string quartets: the first is written by Joseph Haydn and performed by Elsa Quartet, the second is written by Claude Debussy and performed by the Quartet Mason. An auditory delight!
Opening act: Haydn Quartet Op. 76 no. 4 ‘Sunrise’ by Elsa Quartet
- Ladusa Chang Ou, Sarah Ng, violins
- Adriana Arcila-Tascon, viola
- Eleanor Hopwood, cello
Hailing from places diverse as Colombia, Singapore, Victoria and Montreal, the Elsa Quartet is proud to make its debut at the McCord Museum. Its members are currently enrolled in the Chamber Music Program at the Schulich School of Music. Violist Adriana Arcila Tascon is in the studio of Steven Dann, while violinists Ladusa Chang-Ou and Sarah Ng are under the tutelage of Axel Strauss and Mark Fewer respectively. Cellist Ella Hopwood studies with Elizabeth Dolin.
Second act: Debussy String Quartet in g minor Op. 10 by Mason Quartet
- Anna Humphrey, Tomo Newton, violins
- Rebecca Ruthven, viola
- Reuben Labovitz, cello
for audiences at McGill, the Montreal Masonic Memorial Temple and the McCord Museum, and has put on musical presentations for children at elementary schools in Montreal. At McGill, the group studies string quartet repertoire by composers such as Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Haydn and Mozart, and has been coached by Professors Mark Fewer and Douglas McNabney.
Free concert open to everyone.
Location: J. Armand Bombardier Theatre at the McCord Museum
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