The Barney Cayouette Duo
General Admission: $40.00, Senior $35.00, Students $30.00 or at a reduced rate with a Festival Pass (all prices include HST).
Church of the Holy Trinity
The Barney Cayouette Duo
Sonata (BWV 1027) - Duo Johann Sebastian Bach [masked])
Allegro ma non tanto
Passacalia and Fugue in c, (BWV 582) - Organ J. S. Bach
Air - Duo J. S. Bach
Chaconne - Duo T. Vitali (1663 – 1745)
Carillon de Westminster (solo organ) Louis Vierne (1870 – 1937)
Berceuse (duo) Gabriele Fauré (1845 – 1924)
Meditation (solo viola) Benjamin Britten (1913 – 1976)
Carillon (solo organ) H. Murrill (1909 – 1952)
6 Studies in English Folk Song (duo) R. Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1952)
Suite (duo) R. Vaughan Williams
Group Number 1: Prelude
Group Number 3: Musette-Polka, Melancolique-Galop
Mélanie Barney’s virtuosity and remarkable technical talent, paired with her great sensitivity led her to distinguish herself from the beginnings of her career. Combining the great symphonic repertoire with more contemporary works, she breathes new life into organ repertoire, exploring varied styles such as film scores, orchestral works and tango. Mélanie was awarded First Prize with Great Distinction in 2002 at the conclusion of her organ studies under the tutelage of Jean Le Buis at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. Following this, she pursued advanced studies with Pierre Perdigon, Georges Bessonnet, Alan Morrison and Jean-Guy Proulx. The recipient of many bursaries and prizes, including: the Wilfrid-Pelletier, Les Amis de l’Art, McAbbie and Canimex foundations, and the UQAM Faculty of Music for the bachelor’s degree program in music education, the Radio-Canada Jeunes Artistes competition (2003) and first prize in organ at the Canadian Music Competition [masked]).
Tina Louise Cayouette conjures up an equally beautiful sound, full and velvety viola sound (…) very emotional tone, where one can ascribe to nature’’ The listener ‘’A spectacular end to this musical hour’’Nord Info
With her imaginative interpretations and colourful palette, Canadian violist Tina Louise Cayouette captivates audiences. Innately communicative, she is establishing herself as a sought-after recitalist and chamber musician. Tina has given recitals across Quebec and has appeared as guest soloist working with conductor Jean-François Renaud in 2010. Creative and innovative, Tina has performed with a wide range of artists collaborating on original projects including: recitals with accordion and organ, electronic operas,
read more about Melanie Barney and Tina Cayouette here
TFCM will be proud to give away one concert ticket to the Closing Gala Concert for Friday, June 7. To qualify, you must be a current member of TFCM, and you must purchase and attend at least one concert. A draw will be held to select the winner.
ORGANIX has a long-standing commitment to make concerts as appealing and affordable as possible. You may consider buying a Pass, even if you are only able to go to two concerts. This year ORGANIX has created new Ticket and PASS categories offering three price points for each, General, Senior and Students. Seniors are 65 years of age and older. Students refer to University students with a valid ID. ORGANIX continues its Free Admittance policy for those 18 years of age and younger - The Toronto Theatre Organ Society Concert at Casa Loma with Mark Herman is excluded.
Save up to 30% off of a regularly priced ticket by creating your own multiple concert pass.
TICKETS AND PASSES:
Tickets for six of the eight regularly scheduled concerts, each is priced as General Admission $40.00, Seniors: $35.00 and Students: $30.00 (includes HST). For your convenience or for gift-giving, should you wish for your tickets or passes to be mailed in advance of the concert, a $3.00 mailing and handling charge is applicable. Otherwise, the ticket will be available at the ticket desk one hour before each concert.
The Gala tickets are for concert Chelsea Chen with violinist Lewis Wong (June 7). The Gala concert has only a General Admission price at $55.00, (includes HST) and may be requested by phone (416)[masked] or email [masked]. (Please go to the FESTIVAL PASS page for order details)
We wish to thank Mr. Gordon Mansell for his very generous support to TFCM.