Their 2015-2016 main series is focused on Canadian compositions and a new piece commissioned by the quartet to Edmonton – based composer Joseph Lai will be premiered in May 2016.
The Conservatory String Quartet (CSQ) was a Canadian string quartet in residence at The Royal Conservatory of Music during the first half of the 20th century. The group actively performed in the Toronto area and regularly toured throughout the Province of Ontario. The quartet also notably toured to Montreal in 1942 and 1943. The ensemble performed not only the standard string quartet repertoire but also performed new works by contemporary Canadian composers like Patricia Blomfield Holt, Walter MacNutt, and John Weinzweig. CSQ may refer to: Centrale des syndicats du Québec, a Canadian trade union. Conseil de la Souveraineté du Québec, a nonpartisan association for independence of Quebec, now renamed to Organisations unies pour l'indépendance (OUI). Conservatory String Quartet, a Canadian string quartet. The airport code for Creston Municipal Airport.
String Quartet in A major, O. N. String Quartet, O. 5. String Quartet No. 1, Op.
Forty-five years ago a new Canadian string quartet was formed at the. PDF bio - New Orford String Quartet. Forty-five years ago a new Canadian string quartet was formed at the. playlist - Grazioso String Quartet. Playing before a large audience in the Rozsa Centre, The New Orford Quartet wowed the patrons of the Calgary Pro Musica Society with a spectacular display of technical polish and refinement that was employed to deliver musical ideas of richness and wonderful imagination. The New Orford, whose name revives memories of the original Canadian Orford Quartet that traveled the world from 1965 to 1991, is committed to playing contemporary Canadian music as well as the classics.
Artist: Saint John String Quartet. Album: Canadian Hits Unplugged.
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The Orford String Quartet was a Canadian string quartet active from 1965 through 1991. They came to be the leading string quartet in Canada, and were well-known internationally. In 1951, Gilles Lefebvre launched a summer music camp for Les Jeunesses Musicales du Canada at Mont-Orford National Park in Quebec. The summer camp developed into the Orford Arts Centre, now Orford Music. Lorand Fenyves, a violinist and teacher then based in Geneva, began teaching at the music camp in 1963
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|A1||String Quartet No. 1
Written-By – Barbara Pentland
|A2||String Quartet No. 3
Written-By – Clermont Pépin
Written-By – Jean Vallerand
|B2||String Quartet No. 2
Written-By – John Weinzweig
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