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Tuesday, July 28 (View map of this day's events)
Kids Kamp at Chater Community Centre

 

Kids Kamp at Chater Community Hall - everyone aged 5 to 14 years old welcome (parents too if they want to stay). Every Tuesday 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, from July 14th to August 4th. Join us for “God's Backyard Bible Camp Under the Stars” and enjoy stories, games, crafts, snacks and movies. Come for all or come when you can. No charge, compliments of Forrest United Church. For info call Cyndi 204-724-5826 or Linda 204-763-8833.

 


6:30 p.m., Chater Community Centre, Chater Community Centre
LGBTTQ* Bike Ride

THE BTOWNQ

 

Tuesday July 28/15: 7-8PM

LGBTTQ* Bike Ride

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Two Spirit, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTTQ*) individuals, families, and friends are welcome to join us. Skateboards and roller blades are welcome too!

 

Departure location and time:Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC) MB - Unit C, 1700 Pacific Avenue. Parking Lot. 7PM.  Arrival location and time: The Batchery, approximately 8PM. Brandon University Healthy Living Center Parking Lot.The Batchery makes fresh and 100% natural ice cream, gelato, and sorbetto. (www.thebatchery.ca). Route: SERC parking lot – loop around Pacific Ave (under 18th Street Bridge) – South on 18th – West on Rosser – North on 26th – West on Pacific – South on 34th – East on Darrach – North on Clark – South on Whiller – East on Princess – South on 28th – East on Lorne – South on 20th – East on Louise - Healthy Living Center parking lot.

 

Participants are responsible for their own safety and are riding (skating, blading, etc.) at their own risk. Please review The City of Brandon’s cycling information and tips via http://brandon.ca/images/pdf/Recreation/shareTheRoad.pdf.

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Participants are also responsible for supplying their own mode of transportation, riding (skating, blading, etc.) equipment and gear (including but not limited to safety and repair), snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.

 

For more information about the BTOWNQ, LGBTTQ* Programming in Western Manitoba, or SERC, please connect with Rune Breckon, LGBT* Program Facilitator SERC Brandon / 204-571-3282 / runeb@serc.mb.ca.

 

 

The BTOWNQ (formally SERC’S LGBTTQ* COFFEE HOUSE) is a monthly community-building initiative where Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Two Spirit, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual individuals regularly meet, socialize, and have fun. LGBTTQ* Allies welcome.   


7PM, Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC) MB - Unit C, 1700 Pacific Avenue. Parking Lot.
Odd Job Squad Car Wash

The Odd Job Squad will be having a car wash on Tuesday, July 28th from 11:30 – 2:30.

The recommended price for the car wash is $8 per car and $10 per van, SUV, or truck.

The car wash will take place at the former-Target parking lot at the Brandon Shoppers Mall on the corner of 18th Street and Richmond Avenue.

All profits made from this event go directly to the Odd Job Squad members. The Odd Job Squad is an employment program run by the Manitoba Youth Job Centre that helps students ages 12 – 16 gain job-related skills and an income.  

For more information, call the Manitoba Youth Job Centre at (204) 726-6199.

 


11:30 - 2:30, Brandon Shoppers Mall Parking Lot: 18th St &; Richmond Ave
THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD RESTORATION BRANDON

THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD RESTORATION PARISH

Come and experience true worship, fellowship, power of the word and prayers........

REGULAR MEETINGS 

SUNDAYS: 10:00AM - 12:30PM

TUESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM 

For more information contact

Pst. Seyi @ 204 869 2203 or rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

Hebrews 13:8 "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever"

 


10;00-12:30, 7pm-9pm, EAST END COMMUNITY CENTRE, 405 PARK STREET

Wednesday, July 29 (View map of this day's events)
Seep/Goat Sale

Sheep & Goat Sale July 29 1pm Heartland Livestock 

Please call to consign your animals 204-748-2809


1pm, Heartland Livestock Virden
Through the Looking Glass Children's Summer Program

The Daly House Museum presents our new children's summer program, Through the Looking Glass: Flashback to a Victorian Summer! 

Join us as we demonstrate what it was like to be a child in the Victorian era. This includes how children helped around the house and how they played during their new-found free time. The crafts and games that children will take part in make this a must-do experience!

Participants will go on a tour of the Daly House Museum, followed by a toy-making session and outdoor activities.  Children will make crafts that reflect the era’s simplicity and practicality.  

Children will trace the footsteps of a typical Victorian child, from doing outside chores like laundry to playing parlour games and acting like the great Sherlock Holmes! 

The program runs Wednesdays, from July 8 to August 26th. This program is for ages 5-12. The cost is $10.00 per child with an accompanying adult (adult free of charge). Additional adults will be $6.00. Spots are limited so be sure to register in advance by calling 1-204-727-1722. 


10 am to 1 pm, Daly House Museum, 112-18th Street

Thursday, July 30 (View map of this day's events)
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Opening Night:  Daniel Tselyakov in Recital

Schumann: Fantasie in C major, op.17; Haydn: Piano Sonata in C major, Hob.16: 50; Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata #2 in B flat minor, op.36

Daniel Tselyakov, piano
CATEGORIES: Piano, romantic, classical, german, austrian, russian

Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, QE II Music Building, Brandon, MB
$15-25 or festival pass
204-571-6547204-727-9631
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival


7:30pm, Brandon University School of Music, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, 270 18th Street
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival July 30- August 3, 2015 CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair! ( July 30- August 3, 2015)

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 

 

Event Details:

 

 

Concert 3: Saturday, August 1, 10:30 a.m. 

Coffee Concert - Serious Fun! 

Come  relax  with  a  morning  cup  of  coffee  and  a  pastry while enjoying our popular coffee concert featuring entertainment ranging from tango and classical music, to Beatles selections. 

Performers: Alexander Tselyakov, Piano; Daniel Tselyakov, Piano; Marc Djokic, Violin; Simon Fryer, Cello 

Venue: Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) 

 

Adult Festival Pass $80   Student Festival Pass $55    Single ticket price(s): $25, $15 

 

Ticket information: (204) 727 9631 

Alexander Tselyakov, piano

“…represents the best aspect of Russian pianism and all its attributes…effectively synthesized the emotional balance of Arthur Rubinstein and the more highly-strung febrile quality of Horowitz.” Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

Founder, Artistic Director, Piano
Distinguished pianist Alexander Tselyakov has been described as a “phenomenal pianist” (Germany),having “an intoxicating sound” (Israel), and “a perfect artistic individuality” (Russia). He began his concert career with the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Orchestra in his native Soviet Union at the age of nine. Alexander Tselyakov went on to win one of the leading prizes at the prestigious VIIIth International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Second International Music Competition of Japan, the Ibla Grand Prize International Piano Competition and the Mazara del Vallo International Piano and Orchestra Competition in Italy, the Israel Competition and the New Orleans International Piano Competition. His playing has inspired standing ovations in Japan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Finland, the United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Turkey and Canada where he now makes his home. Tselyakov combines virtuosity with breath-taking musicality in the Russian tradition of great pianists. He studied with Lev Naumov (custodian of the Heinrich Neuhaus methods that are credited with producing many extraordinary twentieth-century Russian keyboard masters such as Gilels and Richter) at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Tselyakov has performed frequently with leading orchestras including the Leningrad Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Moscow Radio Symphony and the State Byelorussian Philharmonic. He has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Symphonique de Québec, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia, to name a few. Tselyakov has appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and concert halls around the world. He has performed at the Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, the Tel-Aviv Museum, the Toronto Art Centre (the Ford Centre), the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, the Palais Montcalm in Québec, the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, the Temppeliakin Kirkko Hall in Helsinki, the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, the Conservatorii Publico Professional in Granada (Spain), and at the Regentenbau Hall in Bad Kissingen (Germany). While still in Russia Tselyakov was appointed concert solo pianist with the Byelorussian State Philharmonic and Assistant Professor of Music at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. After moving to Israel in 1991, Tselyakov continued to impress audiences and critics alike. Several more important prizes followed along with recitals for such dignitaries as Michael Gorbachev and the late Yitzhak Rabin. In 1994, Tselyakov immigrated to Canada and made his debut to great acclaim that December at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Recitals across the country soon started to materialize. Tselyakov is now counted in the ranks of Canada’s leading concert pianists. That indescribable “something extra” which is so evident in his concerts made an immediate impact on Canadian audiences and continues to do so. Recent concerts have included a highly successful performance at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York, critically acclaimed concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, performances at The Centre Cultural (Paris, France), the University of Chicago, the International Piano Festival in Istanbul, at Merkin Hall (New York), at the International Piano Festival (San Jose, CA), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Phillips Collection (Washington), the Embassy Series (Washington), at Blackheath Hall (London), the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Stockholm-Royal Palace Music Festival (Sweden), at Bösendorfer Saal (Vienna, Austria), at Cristofori Concerten Hall (Amsterdam), and at the Concert & Congress Centre de Doelen, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Tselyakov has also been heard recently on WQXR New York’s “Reflections on the Keyboard”, on the Danish Radio, on the BBC Radio (London, UK), ON Erstsendung, DeutschlandRadio Berlin (Germany) and on CBC Radio (Canada).

Active as a chamber musician, Tselyakov collaborates with many leading Canadian musicians and is Artistic Director of the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, BC and of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, MB, Canada.

Alexander Tselyakov lives in Brandon, Manitoba where he has held a full-time position as Professor of piano at Brandon University since 2003.

 

Marc Djokic, violin

Critically acclaimed violinist Marc Djokic is one of Canada’s most engaging concert musicians. He performs across the United States and Canada as a soloist and a collaborative musician. Marc is praised for his virtuosic and dynamic performance style.

Marc performs frequently as guest soloist with orchestra, having enjoyed playing with many orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, The National Arts center Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Symphony New Brunswick, and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. He recently performed with the Calgary Philharmonic as part of his Bowfire debut.

Marc is winner of an Opus Prix and has established himself as a performing artist of critical acclaim “spot-on accuracy”;… “violin playing of a high level” – La Presse.

Marc’s strong collaborations include: A high-energy duo with acclaimed marimbist Beverly Johnston. A guitar/violin trio with Jerome Descharmes and Louis Trepanier (the Tangere Trio), and a violin/piano duo with Julien Leblanc – together the duo has toured Canada several times to critical acclaim. Marc is also part of the Morpheus Ensemble, a quartet which enjoyed being the ensemble-in-residence at La Chapelle du bon pasteur historique in Montreal from 2010 to 2013.

Marc performs annually in numerous chamber music festivals across North America including Park City Chamber Music Festival in Utah, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, Montreal Chamber Music Festival and many others.

Marc Djokic has received numerous awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and gratefully acknowledges their support throughout his career. Marc performs on violins by Carl Becker 1927 and a rare Guarnerius from 1740.

Marc currently resides in Montreal where he is also Artistic Director of the Rencontres à l’Oasis concerts of the l’Oasis Musicale Series at Christ Church Cathedral.


August 1,10:30 am , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW)
Daniel Tslyakov in Recital, Opening Night, Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

Opening Night: Thursday, July 30, 7:30 p.m. (wine & cheese reception)

Daniel Tselyakov in Recital 

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. 

Venue: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

www.clearlakefestival.ca

 

Daniel Tselyakov, piano

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. Born into a musical family, Daniel Tselyakov began his piano studies at the age of five with his father, well-known Canadian pianist Alexander Tselyakov, before subsequently completing a bachelors degree at the Oberlin Conservatory with Angela Cheng.
Daniel will be beginning his Masters in Performance at Université de Montréal this coming Fall with Jimmy Brière.He has won numerous scholarships, trophies and awards, including the McLellan Competition, Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg Scholarship Competition, the Provincial Music and Speech Finals for the Most Outstanding Piano Performance of music by J. S. Bach, the Toronto Summer Music Academy, the National Canadian Music Competition, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Young Player Award.

Daniel has studied with legendary mentors including Sergei Babayan, Marc-André Hamelin, André Laplante, Marc Durand, John Perry, Jamie Parker, and Michael Kim. In April 2014 he made his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By the age of 12, he had performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist with the Penderecki String Quartet. He was the youngest musician ever to be invited as guest artist with the prestigious Virtuosi Concert Series, and has appeared as a soloist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto), the Canadian Sinfonietta (Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals), the Winnipeg Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Bach Concertos) and the San Luis Potosi Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on the Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto).

 

Program

Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17
1. Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen; Im Legenden-Ton
2. Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
3. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten

— Intermission —

J. Haydn – Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 50
1. Allego
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto

S. Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor, Op. 36
1. Allegro Agitato
2. Non Allegro
3. Allegro Molto

 

 

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director 

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair!

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

 

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 


7:30 pm, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University
Karaoke nights @ The Crystal

Party Jockeys Music is hosting karaoke at the Crystal every Thursday night! Come down and sing your favourite tune, along with enjoying your favourite beverages! We have a large library of music to choose from, so make sure to sign up early for more chances to sing!


9:30 pm, Crystal Hotel
Rapid City and Area Community Market

Weekly BBQ

Fresh Produce

Baked Goods

Crafts

Every Thursday from July 2nd to September 24th, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm

For more info contact Lynne Miller at 204-826-2339 or lmiller@sutton.com


5:30 - 7:30, Lion's Pavillion (Beach Park) in Rapid City Manitoba, Lion's Pavillion (Beach Park) in Rapid City Manitoba
THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD RESTORATION BRANDON

 Redeemed Christian Church of God Restoration Parish

Invites You To

GOD OF RESTORATION

Date: July 30th 2015            Time: 7pm - 9pm

Venue: Central United Church 327-8th Street Brandon MB, R7A 3X5

Ministering

Pastor Tayo Ojajuni - Provincial Pastor CNAP-1 West Province, RCCG Canada

For more inquiries:

Phone: 1-204-869-2203, 1-204-261-7332, 1-888-966-7224

Email: rccgbrandon1@gmail.com,  info@rccgwinnipeg.org

Pastor E. A. Adeboye                                                Pastor Seyi Adeyinka
General Overseer                                                        Pastor-in-Charge

Hebrews 13:8 "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever".


7:00pm - 9:00pm, CENTRAL UNITED CHURCH, 327-8TH STREET
Ukulele Meetup

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Do you play the ukulele, and want to meet other uke-minded folks?

Come to the Riverbank Discovery Centre on Thursday July 30 at 7:00pm!

All skill levels and ages welcome. Bring your uke and any songs you’d like to share.

 

For more info email beaudoin.katrina@gmail.com


7:00, Riverbank Discovery Centre

Friday, July 31 (View map of this day's events)
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival July 30- August 3, 2015 CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair! ( July 30- August 3, 2015)

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 

 

Event Details:

 

 

Concert 3: Saturday, August 1, 10:30 a.m. 

Coffee Concert - Serious Fun! 

Come  relax  with  a  morning  cup  of  coffee  and  a  pastry while enjoying our popular coffee concert featuring entertainment ranging from tango and classical music, to Beatles selections. 

Performers: Alexander Tselyakov, Piano; Daniel Tselyakov, Piano; Marc Djokic, Violin; Simon Fryer, Cello 

Venue: Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) 

 

Adult Festival Pass $80   Student Festival Pass $55    Single ticket price(s): $25, $15 

 

Ticket information: (204) 727 9631 

Alexander Tselyakov, piano

“…represents the best aspect of Russian pianism and all its attributes…effectively synthesized the emotional balance of Arthur Rubinstein and the more highly-strung febrile quality of Horowitz.” Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

Founder, Artistic Director, Piano
Distinguished pianist Alexander Tselyakov has been described as a “phenomenal pianist” (Germany),having “an intoxicating sound” (Israel), and “a perfect artistic individuality” (Russia). He began his concert career with the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Orchestra in his native Soviet Union at the age of nine. Alexander Tselyakov went on to win one of the leading prizes at the prestigious VIIIth International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Second International Music Competition of Japan, the Ibla Grand Prize International Piano Competition and the Mazara del Vallo International Piano and Orchestra Competition in Italy, the Israel Competition and the New Orleans International Piano Competition. His playing has inspired standing ovations in Japan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Finland, the United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Turkey and Canada where he now makes his home. Tselyakov combines virtuosity with breath-taking musicality in the Russian tradition of great pianists. He studied with Lev Naumov (custodian of the Heinrich Neuhaus methods that are credited with producing many extraordinary twentieth-century Russian keyboard masters such as Gilels and Richter) at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Tselyakov has performed frequently with leading orchestras including the Leningrad Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Moscow Radio Symphony and the State Byelorussian Philharmonic. He has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Symphonique de Québec, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia, to name a few. Tselyakov has appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and concert halls around the world. He has performed at the Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, the Tel-Aviv Museum, the Toronto Art Centre (the Ford Centre), the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, the Palais Montcalm in Québec, the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, the Temppeliakin Kirkko Hall in Helsinki, the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, the Conservatorii Publico Professional in Granada (Spain), and at the Regentenbau Hall in Bad Kissingen (Germany). While still in Russia Tselyakov was appointed concert solo pianist with the Byelorussian State Philharmonic and Assistant Professor of Music at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. After moving to Israel in 1991, Tselyakov continued to impress audiences and critics alike. Several more important prizes followed along with recitals for such dignitaries as Michael Gorbachev and the late Yitzhak Rabin. In 1994, Tselyakov immigrated to Canada and made his debut to great acclaim that December at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Recitals across the country soon started to materialize. Tselyakov is now counted in the ranks of Canada’s leading concert pianists. That indescribable “something extra” which is so evident in his concerts made an immediate impact on Canadian audiences and continues to do so. Recent concerts have included a highly successful performance at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York, critically acclaimed concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, performances at The Centre Cultural (Paris, France), the University of Chicago, the International Piano Festival in Istanbul, at Merkin Hall (New York), at the International Piano Festival (San Jose, CA), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Phillips Collection (Washington), the Embassy Series (Washington), at Blackheath Hall (London), the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Stockholm-Royal Palace Music Festival (Sweden), at Bösendorfer Saal (Vienna, Austria), at Cristofori Concerten Hall (Amsterdam), and at the Concert & Congress Centre de Doelen, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Tselyakov has also been heard recently on WQXR New York’s “Reflections on the Keyboard”, on the Danish Radio, on the BBC Radio (London, UK), ON Erstsendung, DeutschlandRadio Berlin (Germany) and on CBC Radio (Canada).

Active as a chamber musician, Tselyakov collaborates with many leading Canadian musicians and is Artistic Director of the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, BC and of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, MB, Canada.

Alexander Tselyakov lives in Brandon, Manitoba where he has held a full-time position as Professor of piano at Brandon University since 2003.

 

Marc Djokic, violin

Critically acclaimed violinist Marc Djokic is one of Canada’s most engaging concert musicians. He performs across the United States and Canada as a soloist and a collaborative musician. Marc is praised for his virtuosic and dynamic performance style.

Marc performs frequently as guest soloist with orchestra, having enjoyed playing with many orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, The National Arts center Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Symphony New Brunswick, and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. He recently performed with the Calgary Philharmonic as part of his Bowfire debut.

Marc is winner of an Opus Prix and has established himself as a performing artist of critical acclaim “spot-on accuracy”;… “violin playing of a high level” – La Presse.

Marc’s strong collaborations include: A high-energy duo with acclaimed marimbist Beverly Johnston. A guitar/violin trio with Jerome Descharmes and Louis Trepanier (the Tangere Trio), and a violin/piano duo with Julien Leblanc – together the duo has toured Canada several times to critical acclaim. Marc is also part of the Morpheus Ensemble, a quartet which enjoyed being the ensemble-in-residence at La Chapelle du bon pasteur historique in Montreal from 2010 to 2013.

Marc performs annually in numerous chamber music festivals across North America including Park City Chamber Music Festival in Utah, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, Montreal Chamber Music Festival and many others.

Marc Djokic has received numerous awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and gratefully acknowledges their support throughout his career. Marc performs on violins by Carl Becker 1927 and a rare Guarnerius from 1740.

Marc currently resides in Montreal where he is also Artistic Director of the Rencontres à l’Oasis concerts of the l’Oasis Musicale Series at Christ Church Cathedral.


August 1,10:30 am , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW)
Daniel Tslyakov in Recital, Opening Night, Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

Opening Night: Thursday, July 30, 7:30 p.m. (wine & cheese reception)

Daniel Tselyakov in Recital 

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. 

Venue: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

www.clearlakefestival.ca

 

Daniel Tselyakov, piano

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. Born into a musical family, Daniel Tselyakov began his piano studies at the age of five with his father, well-known Canadian pianist Alexander Tselyakov, before subsequently completing a bachelors degree at the Oberlin Conservatory with Angela Cheng.
Daniel will be beginning his Masters in Performance at Université de Montréal this coming Fall with Jimmy Brière.He has won numerous scholarships, trophies and awards, including the McLellan Competition, Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg Scholarship Competition, the Provincial Music and Speech Finals for the Most Outstanding Piano Performance of music by J. S. Bach, the Toronto Summer Music Academy, the National Canadian Music Competition, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Young Player Award.

Daniel has studied with legendary mentors including Sergei Babayan, Marc-André Hamelin, André Laplante, Marc Durand, John Perry, Jamie Parker, and Michael Kim. In April 2014 he made his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By the age of 12, he had performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist with the Penderecki String Quartet. He was the youngest musician ever to be invited as guest artist with the prestigious Virtuosi Concert Series, and has appeared as a soloist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto), the Canadian Sinfonietta (Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals), the Winnipeg Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Bach Concertos) and the San Luis Potosi Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on the Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto).

 

Program

Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17
1. Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen; Im Legenden-Ton
2. Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
3. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten

— Intermission —

J. Haydn – Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 50
1. Allego
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto

S. Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor, Op. 36
1. Allegro Agitato
2. Non Allegro
3. Allegro Molto

 

 

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director 

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair!

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

 

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 


7:30 pm, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University
Shamrock Outdoor Market

"SAVE THE SHAMROCK" Outdoor Market

JULY 31st, 3-8pm
The Shamrock Drive-In Grounds, 2 miles South of Killarney on Hwy 18.
FREE ADMISSION
Raffle Draws
Concession Open
94.7 Star FM on site

Come and shop among a great list of vendors who have joined forces to help raise funds for the Drive-In. Please visit the facebook event page for more information or email "savetheshamrock@gmail.com"

 


3-8pm, Shamrock Drive-In, Killarney, Shamrock Drive-In, Killarney

Saturday, August 1 (View map of this day's events)
Archery Skills Workshop

Instructor Teri Bjerk

North Dakota Teacher & Archery Enthusiast

SATURDAY AUGUST 1 - SUNDAY AUGUST 2

Archery Skills Workshop 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Teri is a Dunseith School Teacher active in the art of Archery and teaches it as part of her curriculum.  She will be discussing and demonstrating the art of Archery with public hands on experience for the participants.  Teri has been trained by the National Archery in the Schools Program.  She has had several local high school teams and individuals qualify for national competition from Dunseith, North Dakota.  Archery is an elective for Physical Education at the high school level.

Tel: 701-263-4829

 


1:30pm – 3:30pm, North American Game Warden Museum, International Peace Garden, North American Game Warden Museum, International Peace Garden
Benefit Jay &; Lola Vanorny

We are saddened by passing of long time associate and friend Lola Vanorny after her battle with cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with her husband Jay and family at this time. 
In order to help the family defray the incurred medical costs, there will be a Benefit for them on Aug 1. 
For details go to:

https://www.facebook.com/305076779612309/photos/a.391733340946652.1073741829.305076779612309/829479400505375/?type=1&theater

 

 

Should you wish you may contact any to the listed friends  or contact Marjorie Billaney in our Brandon office 204.727.0707.


6:00 PM, Kelvin's Klinic, Metigoshe ND
child abuse awereness

Bikers Against Chil Abuse (BACA) westman chapter is holding its 1st annual blue ribbon chil abuse awareness ride on Augest1 2015.Childrens activities start at 10am and runs to 1pm at Turtle Crossing campground with free hot dogs and drinks and cake for all kids.the morning also includes a bouncey house slip and slid and games.At 2pm kickstands up for a motorcycle ride all is welcome to ride.The ride will take us to Sioux Valley where we will stop for a bbq and all proceeds will stay in their community for their headstart program.Then will head back to Turtle Crossing for the evening activities that start at 8pm.There will be live bands,bbq,50/50 draw,silent auction,and a bon fire all of this for 15.00 at the gate.All money raised at this event will stay in the westman area to help abused children.Camping is available by calling Turtle crossing at 204-571-0750 or email at turtlecrossing@mts.net.For more information please call

Safety@ 204-441-4055

Train@ 204-729-5346


10am, turtle crossing campground
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival July 30- August 3, 2015 CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair! ( July 30- August 3, 2015)

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 

 

Event Details:

 

 

Concert 3: Saturday, August 1, 10:30 a.m. 

Coffee Concert - Serious Fun! 

Come  relax  with  a  morning  cup  of  coffee  and  a  pastry while enjoying our popular coffee concert featuring entertainment ranging from tango and classical music, to Beatles selections. 

Performers: Alexander Tselyakov, Piano; Daniel Tselyakov, Piano; Marc Djokic, Violin; Simon Fryer, Cello 

Venue: Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) 

 

Adult Festival Pass $80   Student Festival Pass $55    Single ticket price(s): $25, $15 

 

Ticket information: (204) 727 9631 

Alexander Tselyakov, piano

“…represents the best aspect of Russian pianism and all its attributes…effectively synthesized the emotional balance of Arthur Rubinstein and the more highly-strung febrile quality of Horowitz.” Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

Founder, Artistic Director, Piano
Distinguished pianist Alexander Tselyakov has been described as a “phenomenal pianist” (Germany),having “an intoxicating sound” (Israel), and “a perfect artistic individuality” (Russia). He began his concert career with the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Orchestra in his native Soviet Union at the age of nine. Alexander Tselyakov went on to win one of the leading prizes at the prestigious VIIIth International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Second International Music Competition of Japan, the Ibla Grand Prize International Piano Competition and the Mazara del Vallo International Piano and Orchestra Competition in Italy, the Israel Competition and the New Orleans International Piano Competition. His playing has inspired standing ovations in Japan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Finland, the United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Turkey and Canada where he now makes his home. Tselyakov combines virtuosity with breath-taking musicality in the Russian tradition of great pianists. He studied with Lev Naumov (custodian of the Heinrich Neuhaus methods that are credited with producing many extraordinary twentieth-century Russian keyboard masters such as Gilels and Richter) at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Tselyakov has performed frequently with leading orchestras including the Leningrad Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Moscow Radio Symphony and the State Byelorussian Philharmonic. He has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Symphonique de Québec, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia, to name a few. Tselyakov has appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and concert halls around the world. He has performed at the Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, the Tel-Aviv Museum, the Toronto Art Centre (the Ford Centre), the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, the Palais Montcalm in Québec, the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, the Temppeliakin Kirkko Hall in Helsinki, the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, the Conservatorii Publico Professional in Granada (Spain), and at the Regentenbau Hall in Bad Kissingen (Germany). While still in Russia Tselyakov was appointed concert solo pianist with the Byelorussian State Philharmonic and Assistant Professor of Music at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. After moving to Israel in 1991, Tselyakov continued to impress audiences and critics alike. Several more important prizes followed along with recitals for such dignitaries as Michael Gorbachev and the late Yitzhak Rabin. In 1994, Tselyakov immigrated to Canada and made his debut to great acclaim that December at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Recitals across the country soon started to materialize. Tselyakov is now counted in the ranks of Canada’s leading concert pianists. That indescribable “something extra” which is so evident in his concerts made an immediate impact on Canadian audiences and continues to do so. Recent concerts have included a highly successful performance at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York, critically acclaimed concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, performances at The Centre Cultural (Paris, France), the University of Chicago, the International Piano Festival in Istanbul, at Merkin Hall (New York), at the International Piano Festival (San Jose, CA), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Phillips Collection (Washington), the Embassy Series (Washington), at Blackheath Hall (London), the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Stockholm-Royal Palace Music Festival (Sweden), at Bösendorfer Saal (Vienna, Austria), at Cristofori Concerten Hall (Amsterdam), and at the Concert & Congress Centre de Doelen, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Tselyakov has also been heard recently on WQXR New York’s “Reflections on the Keyboard”, on the Danish Radio, on the BBC Radio (London, UK), ON Erstsendung, DeutschlandRadio Berlin (Germany) and on CBC Radio (Canada).

Active as a chamber musician, Tselyakov collaborates with many leading Canadian musicians and is Artistic Director of the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, BC and of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, MB, Canada.

Alexander Tselyakov lives in Brandon, Manitoba where he has held a full-time position as Professor of piano at Brandon University since 2003.

 

Marc Djokic, violin

Critically acclaimed violinist Marc Djokic is one of Canada’s most engaging concert musicians. He performs across the United States and Canada as a soloist and a collaborative musician. Marc is praised for his virtuosic and dynamic performance style.

Marc performs frequently as guest soloist with orchestra, having enjoyed playing with many orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, The National Arts center Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Symphony New Brunswick, and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. He recently performed with the Calgary Philharmonic as part of his Bowfire debut.

Marc is winner of an Opus Prix and has established himself as a performing artist of critical acclaim “spot-on accuracy”;… “violin playing of a high level” – La Presse.

Marc’s strong collaborations include: A high-energy duo with acclaimed marimbist Beverly Johnston. A guitar/violin trio with Jerome Descharmes and Louis Trepanier (the Tangere Trio), and a violin/piano duo with Julien Leblanc – together the duo has toured Canada several times to critical acclaim. Marc is also part of the Morpheus Ensemble, a quartet which enjoyed being the ensemble-in-residence at La Chapelle du bon pasteur historique in Montreal from 2010 to 2013.

Marc performs annually in numerous chamber music festivals across North America including Park City Chamber Music Festival in Utah, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, Montreal Chamber Music Festival and many others.

Marc Djokic has received numerous awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and gratefully acknowledges their support throughout his career. Marc performs on violins by Carl Becker 1927 and a rare Guarnerius from 1740.

Marc currently resides in Montreal where he is also Artistic Director of the Rencontres à l’Oasis concerts of the l’Oasis Musicale Series at Christ Church Cathedral.


August 1,10:30 am , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW)
Daniel Tslyakov in Recital, Opening Night, Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

Opening Night: Thursday, July 30, 7:30 p.m. (wine & cheese reception)

Daniel Tselyakov in Recital 

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. 

Venue: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

www.clearlakefestival.ca

 

Daniel Tselyakov, piano

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. Born into a musical family, Daniel Tselyakov began his piano studies at the age of five with his father, well-known Canadian pianist Alexander Tselyakov, before subsequently completing a bachelors degree at the Oberlin Conservatory with Angela Cheng.
Daniel will be beginning his Masters in Performance at Université de Montréal this coming Fall with Jimmy Brière.He has won numerous scholarships, trophies and awards, including the McLellan Competition, Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg Scholarship Competition, the Provincial Music and Speech Finals for the Most Outstanding Piano Performance of music by J. S. Bach, the Toronto Summer Music Academy, the National Canadian Music Competition, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Young Player Award.

Daniel has studied with legendary mentors including Sergei Babayan, Marc-André Hamelin, André Laplante, Marc Durand, John Perry, Jamie Parker, and Michael Kim. In April 2014 he made his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By the age of 12, he had performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist with the Penderecki String Quartet. He was the youngest musician ever to be invited as guest artist with the prestigious Virtuosi Concert Series, and has appeared as a soloist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto), the Canadian Sinfonietta (Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals), the Winnipeg Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Bach Concertos) and the San Luis Potosi Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on the Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto).

 

Program

Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17
1. Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen; Im Legenden-Ton
2. Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
3. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten

— Intermission —

J. Haydn – Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 50
1. Allego
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto

S. Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor, Op. 36
1. Allegro Agitato
2. Non Allegro
3. Allegro Molto

 

 

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director 

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair!

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

 

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 


7:30 pm, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University
Sportsman's Park Market

Sportsman’s Park Market will run every Saturday and Sunday 8am to 2pm from June 20, 2015 to September 6, 2015.

 


8a.m. to 2p.m., , Onanole Manitoba

Sunday, August 2 (View map of this day's events)
Archery Skills Workshop

Instructor Teri Bjerk

North Dakota Teacher & Archery Enthusiast

SATURDAY AUGUST 1 - SUNDAY AUGUST 2

Archery Skills Workshop 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Teri is a Dunseith School Teacher active in the art of Archery and teaches it as part of her curriculum.  She will be discussing and demonstrating the art of Archery with public hands on experience for the participants.  Teri has been trained by the National Archery in the Schools Program.  She has had several local high school teams and individuals qualify for national competition from Dunseith, North Dakota.  Archery is an elective for Physical Education at the high school level.

Tel: 701-263-4829

 


1:30pm – 3:30pm, North American Game Warden Museum, International Peace Garden, North American Game Warden Museum, International Peace Garden
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival July 30- August 3, 2015 CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair! ( July 30- August 3, 2015)

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 

 

Event Details:

 

 

Concert 3: Saturday, August 1, 10:30 a.m. 

Coffee Concert - Serious Fun! 

Come  relax  with  a  morning  cup  of  coffee  and  a  pastry while enjoying our popular coffee concert featuring entertainment ranging from tango and classical music, to Beatles selections. 

Performers: Alexander Tselyakov, Piano; Daniel Tselyakov, Piano; Marc Djokic, Violin; Simon Fryer, Cello 

Venue: Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) 

 

Adult Festival Pass $80   Student Festival Pass $55    Single ticket price(s): $25, $15 

 

Ticket information: (204) 727 9631 

Alexander Tselyakov, piano

“…represents the best aspect of Russian pianism and all its attributes…effectively synthesized the emotional balance of Arthur Rubinstein and the more highly-strung febrile quality of Horowitz.” Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

Founder, Artistic Director, Piano
Distinguished pianist Alexander Tselyakov has been described as a “phenomenal pianist” (Germany),having “an intoxicating sound” (Israel), and “a perfect artistic individuality” (Russia). He began his concert career with the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Orchestra in his native Soviet Union at the age of nine. Alexander Tselyakov went on to win one of the leading prizes at the prestigious VIIIth International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Second International Music Competition of Japan, the Ibla Grand Prize International Piano Competition and the Mazara del Vallo International Piano and Orchestra Competition in Italy, the Israel Competition and the New Orleans International Piano Competition. His playing has inspired standing ovations in Japan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Finland, the United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Turkey and Canada where he now makes his home. Tselyakov combines virtuosity with breath-taking musicality in the Russian tradition of great pianists. He studied with Lev Naumov (custodian of the Heinrich Neuhaus methods that are credited with producing many extraordinary twentieth-century Russian keyboard masters such as Gilels and Richter) at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Tselyakov has performed frequently with leading orchestras including the Leningrad Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Moscow Radio Symphony and the State Byelorussian Philharmonic. He has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Symphonique de Québec, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia, to name a few. Tselyakov has appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and concert halls around the world. He has performed at the Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, the Tel-Aviv Museum, the Toronto Art Centre (the Ford Centre), the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, the Palais Montcalm in Québec, the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, the Temppeliakin Kirkko Hall in Helsinki, the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, the Conservatorii Publico Professional in Granada (Spain), and at the Regentenbau Hall in Bad Kissingen (Germany). While still in Russia Tselyakov was appointed concert solo pianist with the Byelorussian State Philharmonic and Assistant Professor of Music at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. After moving to Israel in 1991, Tselyakov continued to impress audiences and critics alike. Several more important prizes followed along with recitals for such dignitaries as Michael Gorbachev and the late Yitzhak Rabin. In 1994, Tselyakov immigrated to Canada and made his debut to great acclaim that December at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Recitals across the country soon started to materialize. Tselyakov is now counted in the ranks of Canada’s leading concert pianists. That indescribable “something extra” which is so evident in his concerts made an immediate impact on Canadian audiences and continues to do so. Recent concerts have included a highly successful performance at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York, critically acclaimed concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, performances at The Centre Cultural (Paris, France), the University of Chicago, the International Piano Festival in Istanbul, at Merkin Hall (New York), at the International Piano Festival (San Jose, CA), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Phillips Collection (Washington), the Embassy Series (Washington), at Blackheath Hall (London), the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Stockholm-Royal Palace Music Festival (Sweden), at Bösendorfer Saal (Vienna, Austria), at Cristofori Concerten Hall (Amsterdam), and at the Concert & Congress Centre de Doelen, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Tselyakov has also been heard recently on WQXR New York’s “Reflections on the Keyboard”, on the Danish Radio, on the BBC Radio (London, UK), ON Erstsendung, DeutschlandRadio Berlin (Germany) and on CBC Radio (Canada).

Active as a chamber musician, Tselyakov collaborates with many leading Canadian musicians and is Artistic Director of the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, BC and of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, MB, Canada.

Alexander Tselyakov lives in Brandon, Manitoba where he has held a full-time position as Professor of piano at Brandon University since 2003.

 

Marc Djokic, violin

Critically acclaimed violinist Marc Djokic is one of Canada’s most engaging concert musicians. He performs across the United States and Canada as a soloist and a collaborative musician. Marc is praised for his virtuosic and dynamic performance style.

Marc performs frequently as guest soloist with orchestra, having enjoyed playing with many orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, The National Arts center Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Symphony New Brunswick, and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. He recently performed with the Calgary Philharmonic as part of his Bowfire debut.

Marc is winner of an Opus Prix and has established himself as a performing artist of critical acclaim “spot-on accuracy”;… “violin playing of a high level” – La Presse.

Marc’s strong collaborations include: A high-energy duo with acclaimed marimbist Beverly Johnston. A guitar/violin trio with Jerome Descharmes and Louis Trepanier (the Tangere Trio), and a violin/piano duo with Julien Leblanc – together the duo has toured Canada several times to critical acclaim. Marc is also part of the Morpheus Ensemble, a quartet which enjoyed being the ensemble-in-residence at La Chapelle du bon pasteur historique in Montreal from 2010 to 2013.

Marc performs annually in numerous chamber music festivals across North America including Park City Chamber Music Festival in Utah, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, Montreal Chamber Music Festival and many others.

Marc Djokic has received numerous awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and gratefully acknowledges their support throughout his career. Marc performs on violins by Carl Becker 1927 and a rare Guarnerius from 1740.

Marc currently resides in Montreal where he is also Artistic Director of the Rencontres à l’Oasis concerts of the l’Oasis Musicale Series at Christ Church Cathedral.


August 1,10:30 am , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW)
Daniel Tslyakov in Recital, Opening Night, Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

Opening Night: Thursday, July 30, 7:30 p.m. (wine & cheese reception)

Daniel Tselyakov in Recital 

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. 

Venue: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

www.clearlakefestival.ca

 

Daniel Tselyakov, piano

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. Born into a musical family, Daniel Tselyakov began his piano studies at the age of five with his father, well-known Canadian pianist Alexander Tselyakov, before subsequently completing a bachelors degree at the Oberlin Conservatory with Angela Cheng.
Daniel will be beginning his Masters in Performance at Université de Montréal this coming Fall with Jimmy Brière.He has won numerous scholarships, trophies and awards, including the McLellan Competition, Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg Scholarship Competition, the Provincial Music and Speech Finals for the Most Outstanding Piano Performance of music by J. S. Bach, the Toronto Summer Music Academy, the National Canadian Music Competition, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Young Player Award.

Daniel has studied with legendary mentors including Sergei Babayan, Marc-André Hamelin, André Laplante, Marc Durand, John Perry, Jamie Parker, and Michael Kim. In April 2014 he made his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By the age of 12, he had performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist with the Penderecki String Quartet. He was the youngest musician ever to be invited as guest artist with the prestigious Virtuosi Concert Series, and has appeared as a soloist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto), the Canadian Sinfonietta (Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals), the Winnipeg Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Bach Concertos) and the San Luis Potosi Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on the Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto).

 

Program

Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17
1. Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen; Im Legenden-Ton
2. Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
3. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten

— Intermission —

J. Haydn – Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 50
1. Allego
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto

S. Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor, Op. 36
1. Allegro Agitato
2. Non Allegro
3. Allegro Molto

 

 

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director 

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair!

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

 

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 


7:30 pm, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University
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Fun, Art, Music and Entertainment

 

The International Peace Garden

 

Invites you to share your talent

 

August 2, 2015 at the 6th Annual Summer Event

 

Looking for Sculptures for display or sale.

 

Looking for up-coming musicians to perform

 

Looking for Paintings for display or sale

 

Looking for Photography for display or sale

 

FAME is Calling YOU

 

1-888-432-6733

 

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10:00 - 4:00, International Peace Garden
THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD RESTORATION BRANDON

THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD RESTORATION PARISH

Come and experience true worship, fellowship, power of the word and prayers........

REGULAR MEETINGS 

SUNDAYS: 10:00AM - 12:30PM

TUESDAYS: 7:00PM - 9:00PM 

For more information contact

Pst. Seyi @ 204 869 2203 or rccgbrandon1@gmail.com

Hebrews 13:8 "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever"

 


10;00-12:30, 7pm-9pm, EAST END COMMUNITY CENTRE, 405 PARK STREET
Ultimate Frisbee PIckup Game

The Westman Ultimate Disc League hosts free pickup games every Sunday throughout the summer (weather permitting).

 

This is a great way to try the sport without having to make a commitment to a team. 

It is open to both men and women over the age of 14.

Come on out and meet some great people!


7:00pm-9:00pm, Sportsplex Track, 30 Knowlton Drive

Monday, August 3 (View map of this day's events)
Brandon Unity Study Group

Brandon Unity Study Group

Explore a positive spiritual journey through study, meditation and prayer.

Meets Mondays 7PM to 9PM 

For more information Contact 

GRACE 204 717 7474 or brandonstudygroupc17@gmail.com


7-9pm, Grace's home, Grace's home
Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival July 30- August 3, 2015 CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair! ( July 30- August 3, 2015)

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 

 

Event Details:

 

 

Concert 3: Saturday, August 1, 10:30 a.m. 

Coffee Concert - Serious Fun! 

Come  relax  with  a  morning  cup  of  coffee  and  a  pastry while enjoying our popular coffee concert featuring entertainment ranging from tango and classical music, to Beatles selections. 

Performers: Alexander Tselyakov, Piano; Daniel Tselyakov, Piano; Marc Djokic, Violin; Simon Fryer, Cello 

Venue: Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) 

 

Adult Festival Pass $80   Student Festival Pass $55    Single ticket price(s): $25, $15 

 

Ticket information: (204) 727 9631 

Alexander Tselyakov, piano

“…represents the best aspect of Russian pianism and all its attributes…effectively synthesized the emotional balance of Arthur Rubinstein and the more highly-strung febrile quality of Horowitz.” Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

Founder, Artistic Director, Piano
Distinguished pianist Alexander Tselyakov has been described as a “phenomenal pianist” (Germany),having “an intoxicating sound” (Israel), and “a perfect artistic individuality” (Russia). He began his concert career with the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Orchestra in his native Soviet Union at the age of nine. Alexander Tselyakov went on to win one of the leading prizes at the prestigious VIIIth International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Second International Music Competition of Japan, the Ibla Grand Prize International Piano Competition and the Mazara del Vallo International Piano and Orchestra Competition in Italy, the Israel Competition and the New Orleans International Piano Competition. His playing has inspired standing ovations in Japan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Finland, the United States, Denmark, the Netherlands, Turkey and Canada where he now makes his home. Tselyakov combines virtuosity with breath-taking musicality in the Russian tradition of great pianists. He studied with Lev Naumov (custodian of the Heinrich Neuhaus methods that are credited with producing many extraordinary twentieth-century Russian keyboard masters such as Gilels and Richter) at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Tselyakov has performed frequently with leading orchestras including the Leningrad Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Moscow Radio Symphony and the State Byelorussian Philharmonic. He has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Symphonique de Québec, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia, to name a few. Tselyakov has appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and concert halls around the world. He has performed at the Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, the Tel-Aviv Museum, the Toronto Art Centre (the Ford Centre), the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, the Palais Montcalm in Québec, the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, the Temppeliakin Kirkko Hall in Helsinki, the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, the Conservatorii Publico Professional in Granada (Spain), and at the Regentenbau Hall in Bad Kissingen (Germany). While still in Russia Tselyakov was appointed concert solo pianist with the Byelorussian State Philharmonic and Assistant Professor of Music at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. After moving to Israel in 1991, Tselyakov continued to impress audiences and critics alike. Several more important prizes followed along with recitals for such dignitaries as Michael Gorbachev and the late Yitzhak Rabin. In 1994, Tselyakov immigrated to Canada and made his debut to great acclaim that December at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Recitals across the country soon started to materialize. Tselyakov is now counted in the ranks of Canada’s leading concert pianists. That indescribable “something extra” which is so evident in his concerts made an immediate impact on Canadian audiences and continues to do so. Recent concerts have included a highly successful performance at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York, critically acclaimed concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, performances at The Centre Cultural (Paris, France), the University of Chicago, the International Piano Festival in Istanbul, at Merkin Hall (New York), at the International Piano Festival (San Jose, CA), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, the Phillips Collection (Washington), the Embassy Series (Washington), at Blackheath Hall (London), the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Stockholm-Royal Palace Music Festival (Sweden), at Bösendorfer Saal (Vienna, Austria), at Cristofori Concerten Hall (Amsterdam), and at the Concert & Congress Centre de Doelen, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Tselyakov has also been heard recently on WQXR New York’s “Reflections on the Keyboard”, on the Danish Radio, on the BBC Radio (London, UK), ON Erstsendung, DeutschlandRadio Berlin (Germany) and on CBC Radio (Canada).

Active as a chamber musician, Tselyakov collaborates with many leading Canadian musicians and is Artistic Director of the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, BC and of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, MB, Canada.

Alexander Tselyakov lives in Brandon, Manitoba where he has held a full-time position as Professor of piano at Brandon University since 2003.

 

Marc Djokic, violin

Critically acclaimed violinist Marc Djokic is one of Canada’s most engaging concert musicians. He performs across the United States and Canada as a soloist and a collaborative musician. Marc is praised for his virtuosic and dynamic performance style.

Marc performs frequently as guest soloist with orchestra, having enjoyed playing with many orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, The National Arts center Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Symphony New Brunswick, and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. He recently performed with the Calgary Philharmonic as part of his Bowfire debut.

Marc is winner of an Opus Prix and has established himself as a performing artist of critical acclaim “spot-on accuracy”;… “violin playing of a high level” – La Presse.

Marc’s strong collaborations include: A high-energy duo with acclaimed marimbist Beverly Johnston. A guitar/violin trio with Jerome Descharmes and Louis Trepanier (the Tangere Trio), and a violin/piano duo with Julien Leblanc – together the duo has toured Canada several times to critical acclaim. Marc is also part of the Morpheus Ensemble, a quartet which enjoyed being the ensemble-in-residence at La Chapelle du bon pasteur historique in Montreal from 2010 to 2013.

Marc performs annually in numerous chamber music festivals across North America including Park City Chamber Music Festival in Utah, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, Montreal Chamber Music Festival and many others.

Marc Djokic has received numerous awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and gratefully acknowledges their support throughout his career. Marc performs on violins by Carl Becker 1927 and a rare Guarnerius from 1740.

Marc currently resides in Montreal where he is also Artistic Director of the Rencontres à l’Oasis concerts of the l’Oasis Musicale Series at Christ Church Cathedral.


August 1,10:30 am , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW) , Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, MB (30 – 3 Street SW)
Daniel Tslyakov in Recital, Opening Night, Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

10th Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival  (July 30 - August 3, 2015)  

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director  

Opening Night: Thursday, July 30, 7:30 p.m. (wine & cheese reception)

Daniel Tselyakov in Recital 

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. 

Venue: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

www.clearlakefestival.ca

 

Daniel Tselyakov, piano

Daniel Tselyakov, acclaimed for the sensitivity and depth of his interpretations, the rare emotional intensity and bold energy of his performances. Born into a musical family, Daniel Tselyakov began his piano studies at the age of five with his father, well-known Canadian pianist Alexander Tselyakov, before subsequently completing a bachelors degree at the Oberlin Conservatory with Angela Cheng.
Daniel will be beginning his Masters in Performance at Université de Montréal this coming Fall with Jimmy Brière.He has won numerous scholarships, trophies and awards, including the McLellan Competition, Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg Scholarship Competition, the Provincial Music and Speech Finals for the Most Outstanding Piano Performance of music by J. S. Bach, the Toronto Summer Music Academy, the National Canadian Music Competition, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Young Player Award.

Daniel has studied with legendary mentors including Sergei Babayan, Marc-André Hamelin, André Laplante, Marc Durand, John Perry, Jamie Parker, and Michael Kim. In April 2014 he made his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By the age of 12, he had performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist with the Penderecki String Quartet. He was the youngest musician ever to be invited as guest artist with the prestigious Virtuosi Concert Series, and has appeared as a soloist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto), the Canadian Sinfonietta (Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals), the Winnipeg Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Bach Concertos) and the San Luis Potosi Symphony Orchestra (Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on the Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto).

 

Program

Robert Schumann – Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17
1. Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen; Im Legenden-Ton
2. Mäßig. Durchaus energisch
3. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten

— Intermission —

J. Haydn – Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 50
1. Allego
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto

S. Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata No. 2 in Bb Minor, Op. 36
1. Allegro Agitato
2. Non Allegro
3. Allegro Molto

 

 

Alexander Tselyakov, Artistic Director 

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The dynamic Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival:  A splashy affair!

This August long weekend marks the tenth season of the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival directed by internationally acclaimed concert pianist and professor at Brandon University, Alexander Tselyakov.   This year’s festival is comprised of seven concerts: piano recital, four chamber concerts and two jazz events.   Performances run from July 30st - August 3rd and feature a wide variety of musical styles and artists.  

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival has become an important part of Canada’s cultural calendar, delighting people of all ages with a powerful musical experience.  This year’s ambitious schedule is sure to please, and promises to grow the number of classical music lovers, as well as satisfy the appetites of seasoned enthusiasts. The large scale roster of talented guest artists include: Alexander Tselyakov, Alla Turbanova, Daniel Tselyakov, piano; Marc Djokic, violin; Laszlo Baroczi, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Crystal Tait, double bass; Ken MacDonald, horn; Colin Mehmel, clarinet;  Greg Gatien, saxophone; Eric Platz, percussion; and special guest Dr. Gervan Fearon (President Brandon University) on saxophone

The wide variety in programming is sure to keep audience members engaged, and the exceptional musical talent guarantees an exciting and pleasurable experience for all.

The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival is now firmly lodged into music lovers’ hearts, minds and summer plans.  Don’t miss out on a wonderful week of outstanding music in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Clear Lake and Riding Mountains National Park!


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, the 2015 Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will bring music to three Manitoba communities: the Erickson Lutheran Church, Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon - Daniel Tselyakov in Recital/the Opening Night with wine & cheese reception (July 30), and "The Martese" at the Marina in Clear Lake. 

Concerts begin Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm and continue until the afternoon of Monday, August 3, 3:00 p.m.

Details are available at http://clearlakefestival.ca/

For tickets and more information: School of Music, Brandon University (204) 727 9631 

 

Alla Turbanova, Director

Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival

 

Phone: (204) 571-6547

 


7:30 pm, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University


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