Let the Silence Speak – discussion-recital

Let the Silence Speak – discussion-recital

We would like to invite you to a fund-raiser discussion on some of the issues raised by Sir Roger Scruton in his book Music as an Art (Bloomsbury, 2018) in occasion of Fundacja inCanto’s translation of the book into Polish by Dr. Katarzyna Marczak.

In this unique moment, where the natural music making is forcefully silenced, we would like to “let the silence speak” (Music and the Moral Life)  through a discussion on education, inspiration, imagination, and, of course, through Music. 

Sunday, May 24th
2pm Ontario, Canada
11am British Columbia, Canada
8pm Poland (GMT+02:00)

 Let the silence speak
Sir Roger Scruton – Music as an Art
Dr. Erika Crino‘, piano

C. Debussy – Clair de lune
F. Chopin – Fantasie-Impromptu
F. Schubert – Klavierstueck in E Flat Major
J.S. Bach – Aria and a selection from the Goldberg Variations
F. Chopin – Scherzo n.2

Italian pianist Erika Crinò is very active as a chamber musician and a soloist in Europe as well as North America, equally at home in the classical and the contemporary repertoire, which she supports with several premiers to her name.
After obtaining the Diploma in Piano at the Conservatory in her hometown of Trieste, and the Diploma in Chamber Music with the Trio di Trieste, Erika studied with M. Bruno Canino in Milano. Shortly after, she moved to Canada where she completed a Bachelor in Piano Performance at the University of Victoria with Prof. Bruce Vogt, and a Master and Doctorate in Piano Performance with Dr. Robert Silverman at the University of British Columbia.
Erika is currently on the faculty at the Kingsway Conservatory of Music in Toronto and is Chamber Music instructor at the University of Toronto, as well as member of the College of Examiners for the Royal Conservatory. She is also very much in demand as an adjudicator for several Festivals and Competitions.

Katarzyna (Kasia) Marczak – clarinetist, music theorist, journalist. After obtaining a Master in Theory and Clarinet Performance at the Music Academy in Kraków, Ms. Marczak moved to Canada where, in 2009, she received a Doctorate in Musical Arts at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
In 2019, she released the book Eugenia Umińska – Dame of Violin in Memories of Kaja Danczowska, for the Kraków Music University Press. In May 2020, Scientfic Paper Authors and Publishers Society Universitas will publish a full biography of renowned violinist Kaja Danczowska, written by Katarzyna Marczak.
Kasia currently lives and works in Kraków (Poland).

Please connect to this event live here, next Sunday, May 24th.

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