2014-15 Concerto Competition Winners Announced!

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2014-15 Concerto Competition Winners Announced!
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Charles Demuynck

Charles Demuynck

Charles Demuynck is the Artistic Director of Masterworks of Oakville. Charles has guest conducted extensively in Europe and the U.S. and with the following Canadian orchestras: Orchestra London, Mississauga Symphony, Oshawa¬-Durham Symphony, Cathedral Bluffs Symphony, Etobicoke Philharmonic, Prince George Symphony, National Academy Orchestra, Royal Conservatory New Music Ensemble, Lethbridge Symphony, North York Concert Orchestra and the Philharmonie des Jeunes d’Ottawa-Carleton.

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On June 8, we held our finals for the second annual Concerto Competition at Remenyi House of Music in Toronto. It was a wonderful day of music and we would like to thank our esteemed panel of jurors which included Annalee Patipatanakoon and James Parker from the Gryphon Trio; Darryl Edwards, Head of Voice Studies at the University of Toronto and Charles Demunyck, Artistic Director and Conductor of the Oakville Chamber Orchestra.

And the winners are…..

Senior Category:
1st: Tessa Langaert, soprano
2nd: Leslie Bickle, soprano

Junior Category:
1st: Marko Pejanovic, piano
2nd: Jasmine Lin, violin
3rd: Chelsie Vaillancourt, Flute
4th: Arielle Silverberg, violin

If you haven’t renewed your subscription yet, we hope you will do so soon. We have a great season lined up for your listening pleasure! You can renew online at www.oakvillechamber.org or you may phone us at (905) 483-6787 (OPUS), or mail in the renewal form you received in the mail.

2014-15 Season Concerts
October 18 & 19, 2014: The Great Romantics
November 29, 2014: Extraordinary Talent
February 21 & 22, 2015: From the Rhineland
May 2 & 3, 2015: Concerto Competition Grand Prize Winners Concert

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