Sunday, November 27, 2022 @ 2:00 PM
A virtuoso with a warm, elegant style and a wide-ranging repertoire, pianist David Jalbert has established himself among the elite of his generation of classical musicians.
$30/Adult | $25/Student, Senior, or Artist
Kelly-Marie Murphy: Smoke Darkened Sky (2021, written for the performer)
Polonaise opus 26 no 1 in C# minor
Impromptu no. 3 in G-flat major opus 51
L.V. Beethoven: Sonata in E major opus 109:
Vivace ma non troppo
Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo
Johannes Brahms: 4 Klavierstücke opus 119
Intermezzo in B minor
Intermezzo in E minor
Intermezzo in C major
Rhapsodie in E-flat major
Sergei Prokofiev: Sonata no. 7 in B-flat, opus 83 (1942)
ABOUT DAVID JALBERT
A virtuoso with a warm, elegant style and a wide-ranging repertoire, pianist David Jalbert has established himself among the elite of his generation of classical musicians: “Jalbert’s piano playing is remarkable for its sweep, confidence, sensitivity, power and color, what more can we ask?” (Fanfare). Named by the CBC among the 15 best Canadian pianists of all time, Mr. Jalbert performs regularly as a soloist and recitalist in Canada and across the globe.
His solo recordings – of the Goldberg Variations, the Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues, of American, French and Russian piano music – have all garnered international praise in venues ranging from Gramophone to France-Culture. An accomplished chamber musician, he has collaborated with artists such as Nicola Benedetti, Joel Quarrington, Wonny Song and Yegor Dyachkov and is a member of Triple Forte (along with violinist Jasper Wood and cellist Denise Djokic). As a soloist, he has also performed with major orchestras and conductors Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Skitch Henderson, Christoph Campestrini, Bramwell Tovey and many more. A national and international prize-winner, David Jalbert has won six Opus Awards, was nominated four times for “Classical Album of the Year” at the Juno Awards and was the 2007 laureate of the prestigious Virginia Parker Prize of the Canada Council for the Arts. He holds degrees from the Juilliard School, the Glenn Gould School, Université de Montréal and Conservatoire de Musique du Québec, and is now a Professor of Piano and the Head of the Piano Sector at the University of Ottawa, as well as a faculty member at the Orford Music Academy.