Mark Fewer

SOLO VIOLINIST  | ARTISTIC DIRECTOR  

‍2019 ‍Concert ‍Schedule

‍September ‍20 ‍(8 ‍PM) ‍| ‍SweetWater ‍Music ‍Festival ‍| ‍Opening ‍Night ‍Gala ‍| ‍Leith ‍Historic ‍Church ‍| ‍Meaford, ‍ON

‍“Everything ‍Old ‍Is ‍New ‍Again" ‍– ‍All ‍Handel ‍Program ‍with ‍Adrian ‍Butterfield, ‍Rachel ‍Brown, ‍David ‍Hetherington, ‍Kenneth ‍Slowik, ‍Daniel ‍Taylor ‍and ‍Ellen ‍McAteer. ‍www.sweetwatermusicfestival.ca


‍September ‍21 ‍(7 ‍PM) ‍| ‍SweetWater ‍Music ‍Festival ‍|  Roxy ‍Theatre ‍| ‍Owen ‍Sound, ‍ON

‍"Beginnings ‍and ‍Endings" ‍– ‍Music ‍of ‍Michael ‍Oesterle ‍and ‍David ‍Braid ‍with ‍Aiyun ‍Huang, ‍Edwin ‍Huizinga, ‍Keith ‍Hamm, ‍Julie ‍Hereish, ‍Mike ‍Murley, ‍Mark ‍Adam, ‍Joseph ‍Phillips, ‍and ‍David ‍Braid.  www.sweetwatermusicfestival.ca


‍September ‍21 ‍(2 ‍PM) ‍| ‍SweetWater ‍Music ‍Festival ‍|  Roxy ‍Theatre ‍| ‍Owen ‍Sound, ‍ON

‍"Reasons ‍to ‍Celebrate" ‍– ‍Haydn ‍String ‍Quartet ‍Opus ‍77, ‍No. ‍2 ‍with ‍Edwin ‍Huizinga, ‍Keith ‍Hamm ‍and ‍Julie ‍Hereish. ‍www.sweetwatermusicfestival.ca



‍October ‍22 ‍(1.30 ‍PM) ‍| ‍Music ‍and ‍Opera ‍Appreciation ‍Stratford ‍Guthrie ‍Room ‍| ‍1144 ‍Ontario ‍St. ‍| ‍Stratford, ‍ON

‍"Mark ‍Fewer: ‍Live ‍in ‍Concert ‍- ‍The ‍Art ‍of ‍the ‍Violin" ‍with ‍Emily ‍Hamper, ‍Lucas ‍Harris, ‍Nathan ‍Hiltz ‍and ‍Joseph ‍Phillips. ‍Music ‍of ‍Korngold, ‍Pandolfi-Mealli, ‍Duke ‍Ellington ‍and ‍others.  www.musicandopera.weebly.com



‍October ‍25 ‍(8 ‍PM) ‍| ‍Amici ‍Chamber ‍Ensemble ‍| ‍Koerner ‍Hall ‍(RCM) ‍| ‍Toronto

‍"Komitas: ‍A ‍Canadian ‍Tribute" ‍– ‍Celebrating ‍the ‍life ‍of ‍Father ‍Komitas, ‍a ‍composer ‍and ‍pioneer ‍of ‍ethnomusicology. ‍www.amiciensemble.com


‍October ‍27 ‍(3 ‍PM) ‍| ‍Hannaford ‍Street ‍Silver ‍Band ‍| ‍Jane ‍Mallet ‍Theatre, ‍Toronto, ‍ON

‍"Nine ‍Daies ‍Wonder" ‍– ‍Performing ‍the ‍award-winning ‍work ‍by ‍Bramwell ‍Tovey, ‍written ‍especially ‍for ‍Mark ‍Fewer. ‍www.hssb.ca


‍October ‍28 ‍– ‍November ‍3 ‍| ‍Lunenburg ‍Academy ‍of ‍Music ‍Performance ‍| ‍Lunenburg, ‍NS

‍LAMP ‍Trio ‍Residency ‍with ‍Adrian ‍Brendel ‍and ‍Walter ‍Delahunt. ‍Piano ‍Trio ‍repertoire ‍by ‍Mendelssohn, ‍Witnerajne ‍and ‍Weinberg ‍www.lampns.ca


‍November ‍8 ‍| ‍Stratford ‍Summer ‍Music ‍| ‍The ‍Stratford ‍Festival ‍Marquis ‍| ‍Stratford, ‍ON

‍"Over ‍the ‍Top" ‍– ‍benefit ‍event ‍for ‍Stratford ‍Summer ‍Music.  Works ‍inspired ‍by ‍the ‍world ‍of ‍jazz ‍and ‍the ‍province ‍of ‍Newfoundland ‍www.stratfordsummermusic.ca


‍November ‍20 ‍(8 ‍PM) ‍| ‍Festival ‍of ‍the ‍Sound ‍| ‍Stockey ‍Centre ‍| ‍Parry ‍Sound, ‍ON ‍

‍"Octagon”:  Works ‍of ‍Beethoven ‍and ‍Kevin ‍Lau.  www.festivalofthesound.ca


‍November ‍22 ‍(7.30 ‍PM) ‍| ‍The ‍Machine ‍Shop ‍| ‍Sault ‍Ste ‍Marie, ‍ON

‍"Octagon”:  Works ‍of ‍Beethoven ‍and ‍Kevin ‍Lau. ‍www.algomaconservatory.com


‍November ‍24 ‍(7.30 ‍PM) ‍| ‍Dominion-Chalmers ‍Centre, ‍Ottawa, ‍ON ‍

‍"Octagon”:  Works ‍of ‍Beethoven ‍and ‍Kevin ‍Lau. ‍www.chamberfest.com


‍November ‍28 ‍(12 ‍Noon) ‍| ‍Walter ‍Hall ‍|  University ‍of ‍Toronto

‍"Lele's ‍Tune”:  The ‍Juno-winning ‍work ‍of ‍David ‍Braid ‍in ‍live ‍performance ‍with ‍David ‍Braid, ‍Mike ‍Murley, ‍and ‍Jim ‍Vivian. ‍www.music.utoronto.ca


‍2020 ‍Concert ‍Schedule


‍January ‍9 ‍(12 ‍Noon) ‍| ‍Walter ‍Hall ‍|  University ‍of ‍Toronto

‍"Beethoven ‍Violin ‍and ‍Piano ‍Sonatas”:  The ‍beginning ‍of ‍a ‍year-long ‍cycle ‍of ‍performances ‍of ‍these ‍cornerstones ‍of ‍the ‍repertoire. ‍with ‍James ‍Parker, ‍piano. ‍www.music.utoronto.ca


‍January ‍17 ‍(7.30 ‍PM) ‍| ‍White ‍Rock ‍Baptist ‍Church ‍| ‍Surrey, ‍BC ‍

‍"Vivaldi ‍Revisited”:  works ‍of ‍Vivaldi ‍with ‍a ‍small ‍chamber ‍orchestra ‍alongside ‍violin/piano ‍works ‍by ‍Arvo ‍Part ‍and ‍John ‍Adams ‍with ‍Marcel ‍Bergman, ‍piano. ‍www.whiterockconcerts.com



‍January ‍21 ‍(7.30) ‍| ‍Walter ‍Hall ‍|  University ‍of ‍Toronto

‍"Speak, ‍Be ‍Silent" ‍by ‍Liza ‍Lim. ‍For ‍solo ‍violin ‍and ‍ensemble. ‍Wallace ‍Halladay, ‍director. ‍www.music.utoronto.ca



‍January ‍27 ‍(7.30) ‍| ‍Walter ‍Hall ‍|  University ‍of ‍Toronto

‍"Speak, ‍Be ‍Silent" ‍by ‍Liza ‍Lim. ‍For ‍solo ‍violin ‍and ‍ensemble. ‍Wallace ‍Halladay, ‍director. ‍www.music.utoronto.ca




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