Come experience music up close and personal. All concerts are family-friendly with “Little Ones in the Lobby” care available.
|4th Wall Music – Season Pass
|Don’t miss a single concert – A season pass to the 2019-20 Season of 4th Wall Music is also a great gift! Get yours today.|
|Artist Unmasked – Clara Schumann. October 6th, 4:00pm, Capitol Theatre.
|Get up close and personal with one of the most dynamic and musically influential women in history. Distinguished pianist and composer, supportive wife of Robert Schumann, friend and muse of Johannes Brahms, Loving mother of eight, Clara Schumann remains monumentally inspirational. Join Rob Conway – piano, Andrew Wu – violin, Andrew McIntosh-cello and Jennifer Swanson – soprano and explore the “Why” behind the music.|
|Jazz fusion – The Third Stream. November 24, 6:30 Capitol Theatre
|Jazz and Classical. Jazz- the spontaneous, free and soulful. Classical- the predictable, measured, cerebral. The Maverick and the Straight Laced? Look beyond labels in this program that celebrates the beauty of two coming together. featuring local pianist Mike Karloff with jazz trio and WSO flutist, Liesel Dieppe along with clarinetist, Trevor Pittman and harpist, Amy Ley. They’ll make you see it, feel it….get it.|
|Fight to the Fiddle. January 26, 4:00 Capitol Theatre
|4th Wall Music presents a four string face off between the classical violin and the traditional fiddle. Both have the same fine-tuned physiques but go at it with very different approaches. Join local string heavyweights Kenneth MacLeod, a local Cape Breton fiddler and Tino Popovic, assistant concert master of the WSO in a battle of bow, beat and spirit|
|Baroque in Time. March 1, 4:00 Joy Theatre in the Capitol
|Europe 1600-1750. Wake up to a time of lavish kings, brutal plagues, gravity discovered, religious wars waged. The intensity of human emotion and intellect rides the wave of a new musical language. Join the Note Bene Players along with recorder aficionado, Katia Sherman, and in-costume dancers to share in the sense of awe for the Baroque Period.|
|Tea Time Travels. April 19, 4:00 Mackenzie Hall
|A cup of hot water and a spoon of dried leaves. Twelve notes of a scale and a steady beat. Both are simple recipes for a world of complexity. Sit back and be served while 4th Wall Music, in collaboration with Windsor Tea Emporium, pours out music and tea from different traditions around the world.|
|Artist Unmasked: Sergei Prokofiev
|Searching for a clear melody in ambiguous times ….4th Wall Music travels back to Soviet Russia and gets up close and personal with one of the most celebrated composers of the 20th century. Join an intimate group of musicians along with ballet students from The Janice Brode School of Dance to explore excerpts from Prokofiev’s masterpieces for opera, film, ballet and sonata. Hear music written to “…beautify life and defend it…and lead man to a radiant future.”- S. Prokofiev|