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About Peter Stoll:
Peter Stoll has been a prizewinner in the International Clarinet Society Competition and solo clarinetist with the World Orchestra of Jeunesses Musicales in Berlin and Vienna. He performs regularly in Toronto as a solo, chamber, orchestral and contemporary musician and has toured across Canada, to the US and Europe as a soloist and with various ensembles. He teaches clarinet, chamber music, performance studies and the Business of Music Performance at the University of Toronto as well as privately, and is a member of the Royal Conservatory's National College of Examiners.
About Richard Moore:
Percussionist Richard Moore obtained his master’s degree at the University of Toronto in both jazz and orchestral studies. He also studied cimbalom and percussion in Munich, Germany. Richard is currently completing his PhD in ethnomusicology at York University. Performances include: Winnipeg Symphony, Quebec Symphony, Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, Toronto Symphony, Esprit Orchestra, National Ballet of Canada Orchestra and Opera Quebec.
About Barbara Croall:
Barbara Croall is Odawa First Nations (Giniw dodem, Manidoo Mnissing) and balances her time between work in outdoor education rooted in traditional Anishinaabe teachings, work with aboriginal youth and composing music. Apart from her music for traditional flutes and voice in the Anishinaabe way, her music for soloists, chamber ensembles, orchestra, film and theatre has been premiered internationally and across Canada. She also performs as a soloist (native flutes/voice) with orchestras across Canada and the US, and has frequently been a guest composer and performer at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C.
July 28, 2013Music
The three musical friends who make up ERGO Music Projects meet on the shore of Lake Ontario to share magical sounds and colours: clarinets of many different sizes, a wild array of percussion instruments, First Nations vocals and instrumental playing, and even a cameo appearance by the Persian tar, an ancient and revered lute! Peter Stoll, Richard Moore and Barbara Croall.
Telemann: Canonic Sonata No.1 (5')
Saman Shahi: A Dialogue in Afshari (2013) for Clarinet and Recorded Sounds (4'30")
Bela Kovacs: Hommage à Weber, for solo clarinet (7’)
Stephen Chatman: A Quiet Exchange for clarinet and cymbals (5')
Barbara Croall: Agamiing (On the Shore) (2010) for clarinets, native flutes and recorded sounds (Music Garden commission) (13')
Philip Parker: "Song" and "Reel" from Bagatelles for Marimba/Vibraphone (one player) and Bass Clarinet (6')
Traditional Japanese: Cow Caravans’ Melody (2’)
William A.R.May: Impromptu for Clarinet and Marimba (2008)