Sunday, October 23, 2016
Event Title: La Bizarre- Kensington Sinfonia

Kensington Sinfonia's first concert of the 2016-2017 season features Robert Fuchs' glorious Serenade for Strings No. 3, Vivaldi's Sinfonia RV 116, and our own soloist Laura Reid playing CMC Associate Composer Scott Godin's beautiful “Home.” We conclude with “La Bizarre", one of Telemann's masterfully written orchestral suites. Telemann brings marvellous inconsistency and rhythmic and harmonic novelty to these beautiful French Baroque dances.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Event Title: Instruments of Happiness- GroundSwell

Canada’s premiere electric guitar quartet Instruments of Happiness promises to electrify audiences in support of their eponymous debut album. The quartet will perform a daring slate of new works by Canadian composers Scott Godin (BC), Jordan Nobles (BC), Gordon Fitzell (MB), Emily Hall (ON/UK), Tim Brady (QC), and Maxime McKinley (QC); curated by Gordon Fitzell. All six new works were written expressly for the tour, and together offer a diverse, pan-Canadian perspective on what has become a vital and burgeoning form of chamber music.

Friday, January 27, 2012
Event Title: Stacie Dunlop and Krista Vincent: Bittersweet Dream
  • Region: Atlantic
  • Venue / Location: MUN School of Music, St. John’s, Newfoundland
  • Time: 1:00am
  • Price: --
  • Genre: Solo Voice
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Soprano Stacie Dunlop and pianist Krista Vincent will be performing four works by three Canadian composers. The program features the works of Clark Ross, Tawnie Olson, and Scott Godin.

The program will feature the premiere of Ross’s Les Bijoux.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Event Title: Three Canadian Premiers in Halifax

Explore Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleur du Mal with soprano Stacie Dunlop and pianist Krista Vincent as they journey through a life fully lived. Follow them as they recall the playfulness of childhood, the sexual excitement of youth and finally the chill of death while performing music of Claude Debussy, Jonathan Harvey, Sheila Silver, and Elliott Carter, as well as three world premieres by Canadian composers Clark Ross, Scott Godin and Tawnie Olson. With stage direction by Roberta Barker and images from the era of Baudelaire, it will be an evening to remember.