Two of Toronto's most exciting young talents violinist Edwin Huizinga and violist Keith Hamm announce "STEREO LIVE," a revolutionary new performance series at Campbell House Museum. STEREO LIVE features stars of the classical, indie rock, theatre, and bluegrass worlds over a limited three-concert run. The events will be intimate, casual, and elegant, with limited seating in Campbell House's beautifully preserved space. Armed with a vision of bringing world-class music "to the people," Huizinga and Hamm are committed to making the events both unforgettable and affordable.
Concert location: Campbell House Museum, 160 Queen Street West, Toronto
Tickets $25 or full season package $75
Special VIP package $150: Enjoy all 3 concerts plus 3 working rehearsals (held the day before each concert at Edwin Huizinga's private rehearsal space)
Sales begin Tuesday, September 15 through www.brownpapertickets.com.
Tickets may also be purchased by calling the museum box office at 416-597-0227 x 2
Refreshments available for purchase at all performances
STEREO LIVE IV
Wednesday, October 7Door opens 7 pm, concert 8 pm
The season launch will bring together classical string quartets and an indie rock favourite. Hamm and Huizinga will perform Ravel's gorgeous String Quartet, followed by a set with The Wooden Sky's Gavin Gardiner and friends. The String Quartet will feature Sheila Jaffé, newly appointed violist of the Canadian Opera Company, and Leana Rutt, of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
STEREO LIVE V
Wednesday, February 24Door opens 7 pm, concert 8 pm
Joseph Phillips and James Shields will join Huizinga and Hamm in a set of newly composed works and duos and trios for the ensemble. The second set will feature a collaboration of the above players with some of Toronto's finest Bluegrass pickers including Ben Plotnick, and Adam Shier.
STEREO LIVE VI
Tuesday, May 17 Door opens 7 pm, concert 8 pm
This final concert of the season will feature Keith Hamm and Edwin Huizinga with guest artists Marc Destrube, Elinor Frey, and Thomas Wiebe in a performance of Schubert's incredible double cello Quintet.
"Our 2015 first season was very successful. I especially loved watching such a diverse audience come together. Everyone who came out to the sold out shows felt like they were really part of something very special." Keith Hamm
"All of the music that we'll be performing this coming season is incredibly versatile and for all ages and ears. This is going to be a big, beautiful concert with early music, folk rock, some romantic music, and even some fiddling. The Toronto audience always feels like family, and it is a warm and loving environment." Edwin Huizinga
Campbell House Museum (View)
160 Queen St. West
Toronto, ON M5H 3H3
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