CONCERTS & EVENTS

Friday, August 13

Faculty Guest concert: Mind, Body, and Soul LIVE EVENT

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7:30 PM, First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity (81 Cochrane St)

Music by Brahms, Dvořák, and the great Soviet composer Galina Ustvolskaya, inspired by the dances, spirit, and culture of their homelands. Featuring Tuckamore Faculty and guest artists James Campbell, Heather Tuach, Patrick Cashin, Kate Read and Danielle Greene.

Tickets are $25 per person, and must be booked in 2, 3 or 4-person bubbles. First Light Center is also known as Cochrane Street United Church, entrance located on 81 Cochrane Street. This is an accessible building with parking available on Cochrane and surrounding streets.

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Saturday, August 14

Faculty Concert: Mind, Body, and Soul ONLINE EVENT

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8:00 PM NDT / 6:30 PM EDT, Tuckamore Festival YouTube Channel

Music by Brahms, Dvořák, and the great Soviet composer Galina Ustvolskaya, inspired by the dances, spirit, and culture of their homelands. Featuring Tuckamore Faculty and guest artists James Campbell, Heather Tuach, Patrick Cashin, Kate Read, Danielle Greene. Recorded live Friday August 13 at First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity.

Tickets are $15 per household.

Sunday, August 15

20th season Alumni Quartet: Documentary and Performance ONLINE EVENT

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8:00 PM NDT / 6:30 PM EDT, Tuckamore Festival YouTube Channel

What was originally a summer tour, planned to coincide with our 20th season celebrations, has expanded into a project that truly celebrates the legacy of the Young Artist Program. This evening’s event will feature a short documentary film by award-winning filmmaker Justin Simms and a concert recording of the inaugural performance of the Young Artist Program Alumni Quartet.

Tickets are $15 per household.

Sunday, August 15

Tuckamore Talks: The Story of E

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4:00 PM NDT / 2:30 PM EDT, Tuckamore Festival YouTube Channel

Using the second movement of Beethoven’s Pathétique sonata (op. 13) as a canvas, this cinematic tale showcases an unconventional analysis of Beethoven’s sonata movement, following the dramatic and tragic journey of the pitch E natural.

Join festival music theorist Dr. Joe Argentino and his supporting cast (including special guest appearances) in an event to be remembered.