When: 4:00pm May 5th
Where: The Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave W, Windsor, ON N9A 5P4

Bringing to life music that sparks like fire, flows like water, gusts like wind and supports like the earth. flute, viola, harp voice and accordion. In partnership with the Essex Region Conservation Authority.

We are honoured to feature the following musicians:

Soprano Jennifer Goltz specializes in new chamber music, opera, and cabaret. Her reputation for interpretive sensitivity, vocal virtuosity, and musical precision has inspired dozens of composers to write for her. Her collaboration with composer-pianist Logan Skelton spans two decades, two continents, and numerous song cycles. She is a founding member of the new music ensemble Brave New Works and has appeared with Milwaukee-based Present Music. She recorded the role of the god Pan in Kamran Ince’s opera Judgment of Midas for Naxos; she can also be heard on Albany, Centaur, MSR Classics, AMP, and Blue Griffin Records.

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Flutist Liesel Deppe is a member of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and a substitute musician with both the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. She has been teaching the University of Windsor since 2015 while also managing bookkeeping and ticketing for London Symphonia.

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Roman Kosarev, violist, enjoys his career as a soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. He the Principal Violist at the Windsor and Greater Lansing Symphony Orchestras, He actively performs with numerous orchestras in Michigan and Ontario, including, London, Kingston, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Midland, Battle Creek Symphonies, and Blue Lake Festival orchestra.

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Amy Ley, Harpist, has been hailed by critics as “one of the most sought-after performers on her instrument in Windsor and Southern Michigan and it is easy to see why.” – The Windsor Star. Amy holds both Masters and Bachelors of Music degrees from the University of Michigan. She is the Principal Harpist with the Windsor Symphony, Flint and Ann Arbor Symphonies and plays regularly with many other ensembles including the Grand Rapids Symphony. She performs in chamber concerts, education and musical outreach events across the US and Canada. Amy also champions new works written for the harp as a member of the new music ensemble “Brave New Works” and is the harp instructor at Hillsdale College and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan. Learn More.

Purchase tickets online:

Alternatively, you can get tickets at the Door (Cash, Credit), or at Biblioasis: 1520 Wyandotte St E, Windsor, ON N8S 1S1