A Pocket of Time
A musical tribute to Pultizer Prize winner Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979) reflecting her fascination with time, her travels, the 20 years she spent in Brazil and a place she called home: Nova Scotia
Recently appointed to the Order of Canada, renowned Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc has an international singing career specializing in early baroque repertoire.
Mr. Kortgaard is Artistic Director of the Indian River Festival on PEI. He enjoys an active career performing and is a renowned collaborator of leading singers.
The Blue Engine String Quartet was formed in 1997 as the core ensemble of the Nova Scotia chamber music series, Blue Engine Music. The Quartet are all members of Symphony Nova Scotia.
Alasdair MacLean The silken water is weaving and weaving
John Plant Sunday 4am (Elizabeth Bishop)
Heitor Villa Lobos String Quartet No 1, Mvts I – III
Serra Da Piedade de Belo Horizonte (piano solo)
Cançao do Poeta do Seculo XVIII, W. 486 (Alfredo Ferreira Rodrigues)
Ivan Moody Paris 7am (Elizabeth Bishop), World Premiere
Emily Doolittle A short slow life (Elizabeth Bishop)
Robert Schumann 6 Songs, Op. 107
Peter Togni Lullaby for the cat (Elizabeth Bishop)
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