Sun, Oct 22|
Laudamus Auditorium, CMU North Campus
The Slavic Soul
Paul Marleyn, cello; Madeline Hildebrand, piano These two vibrant Canadian artists have designed a superb program featuring beautiful works by Ukrainian composers, combined with celebrated works from the repertoire for cello and piano.
Time & Location
Oct 22, 2:00 p.m.
Laudamus Auditorium, CMU North Campus, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N2, Canada
About the event
Paul Marleyn, cello
Madeline Hildebrand, piano
These two vibrant Canadian artists have designed a superb program featuring beautiful works by Ukrainian composers, combined with celebrated works from the repertoire for cello and piano. Joining them is violinist Elation Pauls, in a premiere performance of a Piano Trio by Canadian composer, Karen Sunabacka.
Cellist Paul Marleyn tours regularly across Canada and frequently performs in the United States, Europe and Asia. He participates regularly in international summer music festivals that include Korea and the UK, and is the Artistic Director of Winnipeg’s own Agassiz Summer Chamber Music Festival. He has made several compact disc recordings. Paul has served at professor of cello at the University of Manitoba, and more recently at the University of Ottawa, where he now mentors an award-winning studio of young cellists. His broad and eclectic repertoire ranges from the Baroque period to the twenty-first century. Read more about Paul at www.paulmarleyn.com.
Madeline Hildebrand recently completed her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano Performance at Stony Brook University, NY, where she won the prestigious position as an IDEA (inclusivity, diversity, equity, accessibility) grad, crafting pathways through curriculums for new interdisciplinary degree programs, and devising service-learning projects for the music department. Her formative teachers include Gilbert Kalish, Christina Dahl, Jane Coop, Judy Kehler Siebert and Michelle Sawatsky. Maddy’s playing has taken her coast to coast in Canada and the USA, Italy, Romania and most recently to Armenia, Georgia upon the invitation of composer David Braid. Read more about Madeline at www.madelinehildebrand.com.
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