IN REMEMBRANCE: featuring Elgar’s Piano Quintet Opus 84 and Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Admission by donation
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
10037 84 Avenue Edmonton, AB
This recital is sponsored by Connie and Gabe Shelley.
Robert Uchida Violin
Laura Veeze Violin
Clayton Leung Viola
Rafael Hoekman Cello
Julianne Scott Clarinet
Sarah Ho Piano
Robert Uchida has been heard throughout North America to great critical acclaim. Now Concertmaster of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, he is a regularly featured guest with many of Canada’s orchestras and chamber music festivals. robertuchida.com
Laura Veeze has performed as soloist, recitalist and chamber musician on three continents. She is currently a member of the first violin section of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. lauraveeze.com
Clayton Leung joined the Edmonton Symphony in 2013. Originally from Vancouver, he graduated from the University of Victoria and furthered his studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. claytonleung.ca
Rafael Hoekman is Principal Cellist of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. A founding member of the Tokai String Quartet, he was a prizewinner at the 2007 Banff International String Quartet Competition.
A native of Calgary, Julianne Scott is Principal Clarinet of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Scott has degrees from the University of Toronto and the University of Southern California. She has spent numerous summers participating in major festivals including the Aspen Festival and the Spoleto Festival.
Canadian pianist Sarah Ho has performed in recitals and festivals across Canada, the USA, and Europe as a soloist and ensemble player. In August of 2016, she, along with Edmonton’s Windrose Trio, became the first Canadians to perform at the Harbin Summer Music Festival, in Harbin, China. Frequently heard on CBC, Sarah has performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra and the National Arts Centre Orchestra. She is a graduate of Indiana University and Yale University, where she studied under Menahem Pressler, and Claude Frank.
Sarah resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and is on the faculty of the MacEwan University Conservatory of Music. She is a founding member of the Edmonton Recital Society and continues to serve on the artistic committee.
Sarah is also a busy mother of two sons, Markus and Sebastian. An avid runner, she also enjoys long distance racing in her spare time.