Toronto’s Royal Conservatory to Host Alumni in Celebratory Efficiency


Pianist Jan Lisiecki (Picture credit score: Christoph Köstlin)

 

A number of internationally famend pianists and alumni of Toronto’s The Royal Conservatory (RCM), together with Angela Hewitt, Jan Lisiecki, Tony Yike Yang, RCM Artist in Residence Stewart Goodyear, and RCM Honorary Fellow Lang Lang, shall be returning to the college for a live performance on April 27.

These acclaimed pianists will world premiere performances of a number of RCM commissioned items along with well-known repertoire.

The confirmed world premieres are:

  •  “The Cat and Mouse Tango,” composed by Gary Okay. Thomas, Stewart Goodyear performing
  • “Flip Flops,” composed by Gary Okay. Thomas, along with his daughter Hope Thomas performing
  • “A Moonlight Night time on the Spring River,” organized by Edward Jiang, Tony Yang performing

The live performance, titled “Music Lights the Manner,” will even characteristic a few of the new piano items which can be within the sixth version of the Celebration Collection, a set of pedagogical piano books with 22 volumes. Every quantity is graded in order that college students can work their manner by means of as they enhance.

The volumes give attention to music by residing composers, together with 47 Canadian composers, 54 American composers, in addition to composers hailing from 20 different nations.

The occasion will even be livestreamed, and you may tune in right here.

“At this occasion, we will even have a good time the music academics who’ve guided their college students by means of isolation and uncertainty and introduced the enjoyment of music at a time when its transformative energy was wanted most,” stated Dr. Peter Simon, the President and CEO of The Royal Conservatory.

“I look ahead to seeing academics on April 27 and expressing my gratitude for his or her dedication.”

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