Presented by: Centrepointe Theatres
Centrepointe Studio Theatre
April 22 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
New and interesting interpretations of classical music range from Baroque right up to modern musical periods. Watch how a particular composition can bring out the passion and artistic vision in its player.
This new series invites audiences into the intimate Centrepointe Studio for seasonal concerts by local chamber musicians. Join us for the 7 pm show and enjoy a complimentary drink and crudités, and seize the opportunity to mingle with emerging artists in a relaxed reception atmosphere.
Jolani Domitrovits | Viola
Jolani holds a Master’s of Music from the University of Ottawa and is currently a student in the Artist Diploma program at the Glenn Gould School in Toronto. Afounding member of Canto Sentimento Strings, Jolani has played in the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra since 2011. She has also performed with the Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and Orchestre francophonie du Canada.
Gabriela Ruiz | Cello
Gabriela studied cello performance in Mexico before moving Canada to obtain her Master’s of Music and a postgraduate certificate in orchestral studies. She has been an active member of the Ottawa musical community, participating in over 40 programs in four years and teaching at several music schools in the region. Gabriela enjoys music ranging from early Baroque to modern and extended-technique compositions, and has premiered a number of Canadian works to support upcoming talents and composers.
Adam Nelson | Violin
Adam came to Ottawa to pursue a Master’s of Music Performance and now also holds a postgraduate certificate in orchestral studies at the University of Ottawa. He also obtained a Suzuki Teaching Certification from his undergraduate alma mater Wilfrid Laurier University. An experienced and versatile instructor, he enjoys teaching all ages, levels and abilities at both schools and camps. Adam plays in orchestras ranging from the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra as associate concertmaster, to Orchestre Francophonique du Canada and the National Academy Orchestra.
Aurélie Thériault Brillon | Violin
Aurélie began learning the violin when she was 4 years old in 2000. She entered the Bachelor of Music program at the University of Ottawa at the age of 16, first under the direction of David Stewart and since 2013, under the direction of Yehonatan Berick. She is now in her first year of her Masters degree in violin performance at the University of Ottawa. Aurélie participates in masterclasses and summer music programs in Québec, Ontario, France, Portugal, South Korea and the United States. Over the last four years, she gained major orchestral experience playing with the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, in addition to performing with the University of Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. She was also a member of the 2014 and 2016 National Youth Orchestra of Canada.