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  • Head shot of Barry Cooper, waves and mandolin

    Le jeudi 12 octobre à 18 h 30
    60 minutes

    Barry will perform a well rounded selection of mandolin pieces on several instruments particular to the mandolin family of instruments.  His repertoire will include pieces from JS Bach, Raffaele Calace, Thurlough O’Carolan and more. He will talk about the mandolin family instruments and their history.  His performance will surely provide an enchanting musical experience.

    About Barry

    There are very few classical mandolin players in the modern world and Barry has been playing this instrument since he was six years old. As a teenager, he was a first mandolinist in the Montreal Mandolin Orchestra. He has played with many ensembles in the United States, Europe and Montreal. He currently studies classical mandolin with Jacob Reuven, a world class touring all-star in the classical mandolin world. Barry performs with a jazz quartet and as a classical soloist in the Ottawa and National Capital region. 

  • Les lundis, 16 octobre, 2023 - 18 décembre, 2023
    09 h 30
    30 minutes

    10 sessions restantes

    Stories, rhymes and songs for children of all ages and a parent or caregiver.

  • Head shot of Susan Toman and Andrew Mah, harp and guitar

    Le jeudi 21 décembre à 18 h 30
    60 minutes

    Back by popular demand!  

    Join us for an evening of unique artistry, featuring two local musicians of international caliber!   Susan Toman and Andrew Mah present a concert on Celtic harp and guitar to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Don't miss a rare opportunity to enjoy this beautiful and seldom heard instrumental combination!   


    About Susan Toman

    Susan is published author and recording artist.

    After completing a doctorate at McGill University, fueled by a love of Irish & Scottish music, Susan studied harp basics with Annabelle Renzo in Montreal. She then completed intensive studies with Grainne Hambly in County Mayo, Ireland (and inspired by many castles!). She has performed throughout NA and most recently at the NAC.  Earlier this year she released her second CD, The Castle.

    About Andrew Mah

    Canadian guitarist Andrew Mah is a unique and exciting musician, widely regarded for his virtuosity, versatility, and heartfelt musicality. 

    Born in Ottawa into a family of guitarists, he has performed professionally on classical guitar for more than 26 years, carving out a uniquely eclectic international career as a solo concert artist, chamber musician, teacher, arranger, producer, and adjudicator. 

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