Musique chez nous
The Department of Music at Bishop’s University presents Musique Chez Nous, a student-run concert series designed to appeal to all tastes, featuring the talents of local musicians, visiting artists, and the University’s own music faculty.
The Bishop’s University Music Department presents:
The Virtual Howard Brown Concert Series – Fall 2020
Dr. Howard Brown was Bishop’s first full-time Professor of Music. He taught here from 1967 to 1983. This series is meant to introduce the members of the BU music community to the general public.
More performances to come. Tune into the Bishop’s University YouTube Channel on Monday and Thursday at 12 p.m. until December 17th.
Crooks, Doherty, Gaudette, Graham and Miller perform Edenroth
Theresa Graham – soprano (student, Drama and Music), Fannie Gaudette – alto (contract faculty, Music), Dr. Daniel Miller – tenor 1 (fulltime faculty, Religion), Dr. Jamie Crooks – bass 1 (fulltime faculty, Philosophy) and Tim Doherty – bass 2 (contract faculty, Fine Arts) will perform Words by Anders Edenroth.
Guillaume Gilbert and Mathieu Tarlo
Guillaume Gilbert (Music Tutor) and Mathieu Tarlo (Music Tutor) perform You’ve Got a Friend by the legendary Carole King.
Fannie Gaudette (Contract Faculty, Music) performs La Faiblesse, a piece by Fannie Gaudette with lyrics by Normand Achim. The pianist and singer is accompanied by:
Lydia Gasse, violin (BU Music Tutor)
Marie-Ève Beaulé, cello (BU Music Tutor)
Dr. Mathieu Désy, bass (Fulltime Faculty, Music)
Melinda Enns (Music Tutor in Voice and Assistant Director of the @BU Singers) and Francine Leng (Bishop’s University Accompanist) will perform Sure on this Shining Night, a piece by Samuel Barber (1910-1981) with lyrics by James Agee.
Louise Thibault-Gearey (contract faculty) and Jon Gearey (contract faculty) will perform I Thought About You, a piece by Jimmy Van Heusen (1913-2000) with lyrics by Johnny Mercer.
Mathieu Désy (full-time faculty) performs Prelude No. 1 in C major, BWV 846 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750).
Ross Osmun, piano
The second performance in the series features Ross Osmun (full-time faculty). Dr. Osmun performs Sonetto 104 del Petrarca, composed by Franz Liszt (1811-1888).
The MacDonald-Breton-Sullivan Trio – October Sighs
The series was launched on Tuesday, November 24th at 12 p.m. with a performance by The MacDonald-Breton-Sullivan Trio. October Sighs was composed in 2015 for the MacDonald-Breton-Sullivan Trio.
- Andrew Paul MacDonald (full-time faculty), guitar
- Guy Breton, bass
- Kevin Sullivan (contract faculty), percussion
The Department of Music thanks the Bishop’s University Foundation for its generous contributions to Musique Chez Nous.
Jack Eby, Ross Osmun, Sonia Patenaude
Nikolaus-Paul Kaeser-Reiss, Llinos Owen
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