Artist Biographies

Katelyn Clark (rockeys duo)

Katelyn Clark (rockeys duo)

  Canadian harpsichordist Katelyn Clark specializes in the performance of historical repertoire and experimental music on early keyboard instruments.  As a soloist and ensemble musician, she has performed in Europe, the USA, and Canada, and has appeared at such...

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Midnight Blue Jazz Society

Midnight Blue Jazz Society

The Midnight Blue Jazz Band is a “traditional” big band with 17 musicians plus 1 director. We are based in Calgary, Alberta and our repertoire spans a wide variety of styles — swing, jazz, blues, latin, funk, classic rock — whatever fits the occasion. We play at...

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Raylene Campbell

Raylene Campbell

Raylene is a sound artist who embraces various creative practices including improvisation, composition, performance art, sound and image, public intervention, and Deep Listening. She studied/worked as a freelance artist in New York and Montreal...

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rockeys duo

rockeys duo

performed by Rockeys Duo composer | Linda Catlin Smith performed by Rockeys Duo composer | Louis Andriessen Rockeys duo, taking its name from the majestic Rocky Mountains of Canada, is a unique collaboration between harpsichordist Katelyn Clark (Montréal) and pianist...

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Ben Reimer

Ben Reimer

Winnipeg-born percussionist Ben Reimer became captivated by the drumset and the music that showcases this instrument at an early age. The sounds of drummers such as Neal Peart, Stewart Copland and Dave Grohl fuelled his musical pursuits. Reimer first recorded with his...

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Pro Coro Canada

Pro Coro Canada

Founded in 1981 by Canadian Michel Marc Gervais, Pro Coro Canada is a resident ensemble at the Francis Winspear Centre for Music. In addition to a subscription concert series in Edmonton, the choir performs regional concerts in surrounding Alberta centres, and runs a...

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Mark McGregor

Mark McGregor

Described as a musician of “huge physical energy,” flutist Mark Takeshi McGregor has been lauded by the press as “mind-blowing” and “verging on the superhuman.” He has performed in festivals and music series across North America, Europe, Australia, and Israel,...

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Quatuor Molinari

Quatuor Molinari

Founded in 1997 by violinist Olga Ranzenhofer in hommage to artist Guido Molinari, (who, apart from lending his name to the Quartet, also designed its logo), the Molinari Quartet’s mandate is threefold: to perform and promote twentieth and twenty first century works...

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