Buzz has been selected as a finalist for the OPUS prize in category CONCERT OF THE YEAR – Varied Repertoires (répertoires multiples) for their Feb. 28, 2013 concert celebrating the ensemble’s 10th anniversary (Spectacle 10e Anniversaire). At the initiative of the Conseil Québécois de la Musique, the 17th edition of the Opus Awards will be held January […]
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“most fascinating people and inspired individuals” Hamilton Magazine “full of fire and warmth” The New York Times “authentic musician, with a sparkling technique” Le Droit “sophisticated and polished musician and pianist” Julian Martin, the Juilliard School Canadian pianist Shoshana Telner has performed across Canada and abroad. She made her solo orchestral début with the National Arts Centre Orchestra at the age […]
Winner of the 2002 Orléans Concours International and Laureate of the 2003 Honens International Piano Competition, Canadian pianist Winston Choi is an inquisitive performer whose fresh approach to standard repertory, and masterful understanding and commitment to performing works by living composers make him one of today’s most dynamic young concert artists.
Her debut CD, “Pasión” (Galano Records), features Boizán playing 17 solo piano pieces written by some of her favorite composers – Lecuona, Soler, Cervantes, Albéniz and Ginastera. Her passionate and moving interpretations, delivered with deep maturity, understanding and respect, make a lasting impact on Classical and Latin music fans worldwide. Born into a musical family in Baracoa, Cuba, she began cultivating her gift as a child under the guidance of her grandmother Esclarecida Guilarte. After graduating in 1995 with honours from the National School of Music in Havana, she moved to Canada to further her musical training.