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We produce high-quality music productions and facilitate opportunities for talented and aspiring musicians in Alberta, while promoting unique and personal artistic experiences. We are committed to bringing the power of live music to audiences and performers alike.
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TRAILER (June 2021)
Featuring members of the Peaks + Prairies Ensemble:
Lev Nesterov and Sara Far, violins / Tilman Sandvoss, viola / Haena Lee, cello / Jack Olszewski, piano / Aura Pon, oboe / Natalia Peric, clarinet / Jonathan Gresl, bassoon
Anna Stube (violin) with Susanne Ruberg-Gordon (piano)
Friday, April 29
Drinks: 5:00-6:00 P.M.
Dinner: 5:00-7:30 P.M.
Concert: 7:30-9:00 P.M.
Virtuosity: One of Canada’s foremost emerging talents, 16-year-old accomplished violinist Anna Stube joins pianist Susanne Ruberg-Gordon in a compelling classical program laced with a brilliant mixture of styles and eras. From Sarasate to Gershwin, this selection is sure to captivate any audience.
Weekend Matinee Special: Ine & Mari Coetzee (sisters cello duo)
Saturday, May 7
Drinks: 3:00-4:00 P.M.
Concert: 4:00-5:30 P.M.
Dinner: 5:30-9:00 P.M.
LimonCELLO Happy Hour: Join cello sisters Ine & Mari in an Italian-themed spring-inspired program featuring cello music from the classical to contemporary!
Live Concert @ the KING EDDY, Calgary
Date: Sunday, April 24, 2022 - 12:00 P.M.
Location: The KING EDDY - Calgary, AB
Versatile collective Peaks + Prairies Ensemble perform for NMC Presents: King Eddy Classical, featuring some of Canada's brightest classical talents alongside a delicious Sunday brunch menu.
Please note: Each ticket includes admission and a prix-fixe brunch. Tickets are $40 (+GST and applicable fees) per person. A 20% gratuity (host fee on food and beverage) will also be added at checkout, so you can leave your wallet at home.
About Peaks + Prairies Ensemble
Founded in 2021, the Peaks + Prairies Ensemble is an Alberta-based artist collective featuring a large and diverse roster of performers. For this concert, Ensemble musicians Lev Nesterov (violin), Anna Stube (viola), Ine Coetzee (cello), and Christine Sul (piano) will present a program of masterpieces written for piano quartet, which will include established repertoire paired with unjustly forgotten compositions and more modern avant-garde works.