Madeline returns to the Virtuosi stage with the WSO string ensemble comprised of principal string players Karl Stobbe, Daniel Scholz, Yuri Hooker, and concertmaster Gwen Hoebig. The colourful and exciting program features Korngold's Suite for 2 violins, cello, and piano LEFT HAND! Also on the program is Mozart's dramatic G minor piano quartet, and the playful Valses Nobles Sentimentales by Maurice Ravel.
For tickets visit the Virtuosi Concerts box office at 515 Portage Ave, Wpg, or call (204) 786-9000.
Madeline joins Rosamunde Faculty in their annual festival showcase concerts. This concert will feature the Hindemith viola sonata for viola and piano, and a new work by David Scott for violin and piano. Featuring Daniel Scholz, viola, and Veronique Mathieu, violin.
Madeline Hildebrand and Caitlyn Broms Jacobs present a program of Russian music for Oboe and Piano which includes Glinka Dances, little known Dranishnikova’s Poem, plus Scriabin’s fiery sonata no. 4 for piano solo and more.
Admission is free. Bring your lunch if you desire!
Madeline Hildebrand shares the stage with Jenny Lin, Vicky Chow, Jonas Sens, and Philip Glass himself! The concert will feature Glass’s complete piano etudes.
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Madeline shares the Virtuosi stage with Manitoba soprano, Lara Ciekiewicz, and the WSO string ensemble. On the programme: Handel, Berlioz, and Dvorak.
Catch two performances, Dec. 9 at 7:30 and Dec. 10 at 3pm.
For more info: http://www.virtuosi.mb.ca/this-season/
Madeline joins four of Southeastern Manitoba’s finest vocalists to bring you Broadway at its best! Featuring David Klassen, Shannon Unger, Naomi Forman, and Wes Rambo.
For more info: http://www.steinbachartscouncil.ca/concert_series.htm
Ensemble Exchange opens the Brandon University’s Pro Series with a performance of Patrick Carrabre’s Clear Lake quartet, and Messiaen’s monumental Quartet for the End of Time.
Micah Heilbrunn Clarinet, Madeline Hildebrand Piano, and Elation Pauls Violin present music trio and solo music in a free event! This celebrated series fills up fast so arrive early. The program includes Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale and the Armenian composer Arutunian’s suite.
The Mennonite Community Orchestra presents Bach’s Brandenburg concerto no. 5 with Madeline at the piano. This is a free concert!
Madeline Hildebrand and members of the WSO: Gwen Hoebig, Elation Pauls, Dan Scholz, Yuri Hooker, Meredith Johnson, and flautist Haley Marie present Bach’s D minor Keyboard Concerto, Brandenburg Concerto no. 5, and Schubert’s Trout Quintet.
Catch two performances: December 10th 8pm, December 11th 3pm
Meredith Johnson, principle bassist of the WSO and Madeline Hildebrand present music by Bloch, Gliere and more. Also playing selections are Chris Lee, principle Tuba of the WSO and University of Manitoba piano instructor Laura Loewen.
Tickets: $25 at the door.
Winnipeg’s newest trio, Ensemble Exchange, perform the music of Bartok, Khachaturian, and more.
Madeline helps the WSO present Elgar’s Enigma variations. Come learn how and why Elgar was inspired to write this amazing piece. Madeline, along with the orchestra will be playing excerpts of the work interspersed with dialogue and the evening will culminate with the piece in its entirety.
David Klassen, baritone, and Madeline present the music of and inspired by Spain in an intimate house setting. Duo and solo piano works by De Falla, Ravel, Ginastera, and arias by Bizet, Mozart, and Rossini.
Tickets $75. Please visit the website below and follow the link to Manitoba Collaboration Tickets to reserve your seat.
Ticket price includes Wine, Tapas, and a fabulous party.
Micah Heilbrunn, Clarinet, Patricia Evans, French Horn, Madeline Hildebrand, Piano perform music solo, duo, and trio music for this unique combination. On the program includes the romantic piano Trio for Clarinet and Horn by Carl Reinecke.
Tickets: Adults $25, Students $15. Can be purchased at McNally Robinson or the Music Stand at the WSO Concert Hall.
Location: The Great Hall at Canadian Mennonite University. Reception to follow.
Concert is in support of the Women’s Society of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.