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Zoltan Kalman & Erika Reiman

(Saxophone, Piano)

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 12:30p.m.

Zoltan Kalman and Erika Reiman

ZOLTAN KALMAN received his training at Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Clarinet Performance and Chamber Music in Budapest.  He has been awarded the Prague International Clarinet Competition, 1986 International Chamber Winds Competition in Ancona Italy, and the Hungarian Cultural Ministry’s award “Musician of the year.” His quintet, Aquincum has also won awards and has been featured in a documentary produced by French National Television. Following his many performances throughout Europe, in 1989, he became a guest in many ensembles such as, Georgian Bay Symphony, Symphony Hamilton, and Niagara Symphony to name a few. ERIKA REIMAN studied piano at Mount Allison and McGill Universities and earned a PhD in musicology from the University of Toronto. She is the author of Schumann’s Piano Cycles and the Novels of Jean Paul. Erika Reiman teaches at Brock University, she is also an active soloist, accompanist, and chamber musician throughout Southern Ontario. In 2008 she was the soloist in the premiere performance of David Fawcett’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.

Admission: Free

Program

Astor Piazzola: Tango Etudes 1.3.4.6.

 

Paule Maurice: Tableaux De Provence

1. Farandole Des Jeunes Filles

2. Canson Pour Ma Mie

3. La Bohemienne

4. Des Alyscamps L’Ame Soupire

5. Le Cabridan

 

Alexander Glazunov: Alto Saxophone Concerto


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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 20, 2015
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Location
Convocation Hall (University Hall 213)

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