Concert on Saturday, September 17, 2016, Sa Taronja theatre
Kamila Glass
has been a permanent member of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester (DSO) Berlin since 2002. Since 2007 she has organized, together with Tina Horne, the chamber music series "Serenata Berlin" which has allowed her to invite some of the most interesting musicians not only from Berlin, but from all over Europe and more recently from Israel, to perform in Sa Taronja. Kamila Glass completed her studies with Prof. Lawrynowicz at the Chopin Academy in Warsaw, as well as Prof. Gronich and Prof. Haiberg at the University of Arts in Berlin, with distinction.
Very early on, Kamila Glass became interested in chamber music and while still in Poland, won several awards in chamber music and violin competitions. She received her "fine-tuning" with the Amadeus Quartet in London. Since then, this passionate chamber musician has played with many different musicians in a variety of ensembles. From 1998 to 2000 Kamila Glass was a Fellow with the DSO Academy. Today, she herself manages the DSO Academy and organizes and teaches chamber music there. Kamila Glass plays a violin by Claude Augustin Miremont (Paris, 1872).
Peter Longworth
„Peter Longworth is a concert pianist of such power and grace that even the crystal baubles on the chandeliers at Orchestra Hall tingle, dance and resonate when he plays."
(Chicago Tribune)
Born in 1964 in London, England, Mr. Longworth began his piano studies in Brussels. He studied at Northwestern University with Arthur Tollefson and at the University of Michigan with Eckhart Sellheim and after a year at the Banff Centre for the Fine Arts, he completed his studies at the Royal Conservatory with Marek Jablonski, Leon Fleisher, and Marc Durand. Mr. Longworth was a laureate of the International Busoni Piano Competition in Italy in 1991.
Pianist Peter Longworth has established himself as one of the most sought after performers of his generation. Equally comfortable as soloist and chamber musician, he has performed in cities around the world. In North America stops include New York, Chicago, London, Montreal, and Vancouver; abroad, he's performed in London, Moscow, Brussels, Glasgow, and Nice. He has been a soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Fairbanks Symphony, the Vancouver Symphony, Kitchener- Waterloo Symphony, and other orchestras in North America. Mr. Longworth has collaborated with conductors such as Bramwell Tovey, Edwin Outwater, Eduard Zilberkant, Nikolas Caoile, and Joseph Rescigno. After a successful performance during the 11/12 season, Peter was invited back to perform in 2012/13 with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra and he will also appear with the Canadian Sinfonietta.
Peter appears regularly at Kairos Music Festival in Washington state, Music and Beyond Festival in Ottawa, and has made previous appearances at numerous festivals across the continent, including the Malibu Coast Music Festival and the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival. Peter is a founding member of the Duke Piano Trio (with violinist Mark Fewer and cellist Thomas Wiebe), which has performed throughout the US and Canada. Peter continues performing with Mark, and has appeared in collaboration with many of today's finest instrumentalists including violinist Camilla Wicks, violist Steven Dann, clarinettist Joaquin Valdepenas, and bassist Joel Quarrington. Peter is an active recording artist; he can be heard on the Azica Records label with a 2013 release of solo Brahms piano music, and a 2010 recording of the complete Brahms violin and piano sonatas with Mark Fewer. Since 1991, Mr. Longworth has been a faculty member of the Glenn Gould School in Toronto. Through his work there as a private teacher, and as one of the key facilitators of the chamber music and collaborative programs, he has influenced many of the most gifted young musicians of the next generation.
Kamila Glass, violin
Sheila Jaffe, violin
Keith Hamm, viola
Guillaume Artus, cello
Peter Longworth, piano
Josef Haydn:
String quartet B-flat major, Op.33, No. 4
Allegro moderato
Scherzo. Allegretto
Robert Schumann:
Piano quintet E-flat major, Op. 44
Allegro brillante
In Modo d´una Marcia. Un poco largamente
Scherzo. Molto vivace
Allegro ma non troppo
You can have dinner in the restaurant
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Concert in the Sa Taronja theatre
Concert time: 9 p.m.
Tickets 20 € (Discounts available)
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Guillaume Artus

received his Bachelor with distiction at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon in 2011 under the tutelage of Yvan Chiffoleau. Since then, he transfered to professor Claudio Bohorquez's class at the Hochschule für Music "Hanns Eisler" Berlin where he is now enrolled in the Master's program. Guillaume has had the opportunity to perfect his playing in chamber music, participating to international academies such as Toronto Summer Festival Academy or the Ozawa Academy, as well as in solo work with internationally renowned artists such as the Scharoun Ensemble, Young-Chang Cho, Stefan Forck, the Nash Ensemble, Ralph Kirshbaum, Friedmann Weigle, Sadao Harado, Nobuko Imai, Pamela Frank and Claudius Hermann. He is also a laureate of international competitions including the Raynaud-Zurfluh Competition (1st Prize) and the Liezen Cello Competition (2nd Prize). Equally passionate for orchestral playing, Guillaume was principal cello of the French Youth Orchestra in 2009 and 2010 and of the Schleswig-Holstein Orchesterakademie in 2011 and 2012 conducted particularly by Christoph Eschenbach. During summer 2013 and 2015, he was a member of the Verbier Festival Orchestra, meeting conductors such as Charles Dutoit, Valery Gergiev, Gianandrea Noseda, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Kent Nagano. Between 2012 and 2014, Guillaume was a member of the renowned Deutsche Oper Berlin academy. He obtained then a 1 year solo-position in the Heidelberg Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 2015, he is a member of the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra.

Sheila Jaffe

Montreal-born violinist and violist Sheila Jaffé is widely appreciated for her versatility, skill and openness. Her budding career has already brought her to stages in and around cities across Europe and North America such as New York, Chicago, Vienna, Berlin and many others. Very much in demand in chamber music circles, Sheila Jaffé has performed in numerous international festivals, including Domaine Forget in Quebec, Prussia Cove in England and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival in Germany with some of the world's finest chamber musicians. An experienced orchestral musician and leader, Sheila has worked with many orchestras and conductors in Canada and Europe. While living in Berlin she was chosen to participate in the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester's academy program, in which she performed with the ensemble as a regular member for one year. After completing her studies in Montreal and Berlin, she has recently settled in Toronto as a member of the Canadian Opera Company's viola section.
Sheila plays on a Francesco Gobetti violin (1710-15) and Raymond Shryer viola (2002) on generous loan from Canimex.
Keith Hamm
A native of Rosebud, Alberta, violist Keith Hamm is rapidly gaining recognition as a dynamic and exciting young presence on the Canadian music scene. Upon completion of his studies, Keith was named Principal Violist of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra. Keith received his training at The Glenn Gould School of Music under the instruction of Steven Dann, and at the Mount Royal Conservatory under Nicholas Pulos. Other influences include Pinchas Zukerman, Mark Fewer, Richard Lester, the London Haydn Quartet, and especially formative summers at the Chamber Music Programme at Le Domaine Forget. Keith is an alumnus of the International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove; the Sarasota Music Festival; Masterclasses at The Banff Centre, and Morningside Music Bridge. Keith has been featured on CBC Radio, Classical 96.3 and has been named one of Canada’s Hottest 30 Classical Musicians Under 30 by CBC.
A dedicated chamber musician, Keith has shared the stage with Anssi Kartunnen, Ernst Kovacic, Richard Lester, David Geringas and members of the Smithsonian Chamber Players. Keith has been invited to perform at the Ravinia Festival as guest violist with the Royal Conservatory’s ARC Ensemble; the SweetWater Music Festival in Owen Sound; Ottawa Chamberfest, and at Music By The Sea in Bamfield, BC. Keith performs regularly on the Skylight Series in Toronto’s Distillery District and is co-founder and producer of Stereo Live at Toronto’s Campbell House Museum. He is also the Founder and Artistic Director of The Rosebud Chamber Music Festival in Rosebud, Alberta.
Keith plays on a viola made by Joseph Curtin in 2001.
photo: Tara McMullen
Photo: Georg Roither