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Mysterious Barricades Concert - Sudbury Ontario

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Emily ChungEmily Chung, Violin
“A powerful young violinist who has been praised for her clear sound with sensitive interpretation” -James Buswell.
Debuting at sixteen with the Philharmonic State Orchestra of Romania conducted by Romeo Rimbu at the Seoul Youngsan Art Center, she has also appeared as soloist with the Starling Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jiang Huan at Werner Hall, Cincinnati, OH. Ms. Chung has also played solo recitals at Watson Hall in Cincinnati, Marshall Hall in Boston and Mazzoleni Hall in Toronto. She participated in Aspen Music Festival and School, went on tour to South Korea with Orford Academy Orchestra as Associate Principal Second who were invited by BMIMF (Busan Maru International Music Festival), and she also joined a Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg, Austria. As an orchestra player, she has played with Royal Conservatory Orchestra in Koerner hall in Toronto and went on tour to Isabel Bader Center for the Performing Arts in Kingston. She played with Orchestra of Indian Hill and New England Repertory Orchestra. With Boston University Symphony, she has played in Boston Symphony Hall. She has worked with great conductors such as Peter Oundjian, Jean-François Rivest, Gábor Takács-Nagy, Leon Fleisher, Johannes Debus, and Bramwell Tovey.
Ms. Chung graduated from SunHwa Arts High School under Yookyung Min. She holds a Bachelor of Music from The College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, where she studied with Kurt Sassmannshaus, and a Master of Music from College of Fine Arts, Boston University, where she studied with Peter Zazofsky. She pursued an Artist Diploma Program at The Glenn Gould School, Royal Conservatory of Music under Barry Shiffman and Paul Kantor.
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Gerry Lougheed Jr (Speaker)

Beth Ilana Schneider­GouldBeth Ilana Schneider­Gould

Beth made her soloist debut at the age of 16 with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and has
since performed throughout the Americas and Europe as a soloist, chamber musician and
orchestral player.

Described as a “prodigious talent, poised, introspective and very impressive” by the Los
Angeles Times, Beth has performed with a number of renowned artists including cellist Lynn
Harrell and pianist Yefim Bronfman along with conductors Simon Rattle and Sir George Solti. An
advocate of music by living composers, Beth has commissioned over 100 compositions,
performing on 13 recordings as Duo46. Her CD, "Aires de Sefarad: 46 Spanish Songs for Violin
and Guitar," received a GRAMMY contention and was featured on the PBS Documentary of the
life and work of visual artist ​ ​Waissman. Beth has been heard on BBC, CBC, European
Broadcasting Union, New Zealand Radio and Bayrak Radio (Turkey) and has garnered positive
reviews by Gramophone, Strad, American Record Guide and Fanfare.

Formerly a member of the San Antonio Symphony and an assistant professor at Eastern
Mediterranean University in Cyprus, she currently teaches at Cambrian College and SSO
Conservatory as a certified Suzuki and Mark O’Conner instructor. And although she has
received many awards and honors, Beth considers her children Sophia and Max to be her finest
achievement to date! For more information, please visit www.duo46.com

N’Swakamok Kweok Hand DrummersN’Swakamok Kweok Hand Drummers
N’Swakamok Kweok Hand Drummers consist of women that live in the Sudbury area and are from different First Nation Communities. They gather to learn and heal from singing with their Grandmother drums and other women in the group; which continues to honour their spirit and the spirits of others whom they touch with their voices and beat of their drum. Miigwech

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