The Rebelheart Collective Concert @ The Aeolian Hall


Date: January 21st, 4:00 pm - January 21st, 9:00pm

Venue: The Aeolian Hall

Location: London

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Program:

Bartok. For Children, Sz 42 – Arr for String Orch by Leo Weiner (Pieces 1 to 7) full orchestra
Bartok Divertimento for Strings small orchestra
Haydn Joke String Quartet Op. 33 no. 2
Elizabeth Raum “Capriccio” 2-vln duet (Scott. Erika)
Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition. M. – Arranged by Jekel full orchestra
Leopold Mozart Menuet in D minor. – Arranged by Michel Rondeau full orchestra

They’re back! Our in-house chamber orchestra, The Rebelheart Collective, will take the stage on January 21 for their second performance at the Aeolian. Comprised of top Canadian musicians (Scott St. John, Sharon Wei, Erika Raum, Tom Wiebe), high-caliber university students, and the children from our El Sistema Aeolian program, the Collective is putting a new spin on classical music and its role in our communty. There are now three ways to attend:

1) $50 Premium Pay-it-forward admission: Have access to premium center floor seats or balcony seats. Support our vision to provide free access to high quality music entertainment and education. Your $50 ticket, directly supplements a free community ticket.

2) $25 Regular admission: Have reserved seating in the hall and support the continued success of the program.

3) FREE Community access: Have access to attend performances for free. Student? Senior? Curious about classical music and our programs? Don’t let finances stop you from enjoying this amazing event. At the Aeolian, we believe that music is for everyone.

Who are we?
The core group of the Rebelheart Collective consists of highly trained professional musicians. The group is flexible in size depending on the project. Other members include high level student and graduates who want to work on building careers as a professional orchestral musician and community activists.

Where do we play?
Our home base is Aeolian Hall and we do some concerts there, but we are committed to getting out into many spaces in our community such as schools, public spaces and buisnesses. We are focusing on smaller venues in London and the surrounding communities.

What music would you play?
We combine classical repertoire with new music, angaging with composers and collaborators from varied backgrounds.

What about the community part?
We collaborate with many music education programs in the City of London such as El Sistema Aeolian, The Forest City Strings, University ensembles and school programs. We will also support non-profit causes helping strengthen the social fabric of our city.

 

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