Wednesdays at Noon
Elevate and refresh your spirit during these 45-60 minute weekly presentations.
Admission is by freewill offering ($5 – $20 is suggested) Complimentary Coffee
Baroque Meets Folk –
Tunes from the English and Scottish countryside, and arrangements by music publisher and composer, John Playford from 17th‑century London.
Susan Toman, Celtic harp
Kevin James, baroque violin
Soul Hour with Beats ‘n Keys –
Singer Jeff Rogers and drummer Jamie Homles bring their signature blend of soul and funk to the DOMS series, joined for this concert by special guest artist, trumpeter Ed Lister, interpreting music by Ray Charles, Bill withers, and Stevie Wonder along with originals of their own, in a program that will surely leave you dancing in your seat.
Jeff Rogers, vocals and keys
Jamie Holmes, drums
with Ed Lister, trumpet
Torres Meets Tárrega –
Timothy Burris performs works by Francisco Tárrega, founder of the modern school of guitar-playing, and students Miguel Llobet, Emilio Pujol, and Daniel Fortea.
Timothy Burris, guitar
The Nightingale Sings –
A tribute to Georgina Stirling, Newfoundland’s ‘Nightingale of the North’, born the same year as Confederation, who became a world-renowned opera singer, singing throughout Europe and the United States in the 19th–Century.
Tonia Cianciulli, vocals
Roland Graham, piano
The Story of Ella –
A concert presentation of the riveting rags-to-riches story of Ella Fitzgerald, interwoven with anecdotes, iconic songs and scats, delivered in Faith Amour’s signature jazzy style.
Faith Amour, vocals
Mark Ferguson, piano
Scott Latham, drums
John Geggie, bass
Brandenburg Concertos, Vol. 1 –
The first part in a 3-part series, DOMS artistic director Roland Graham leads a stellar line-up of local string players in a reading of J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 3 and 6.
Adam Nelson, Brigitte Amyot, Jessie Ramsay, Olivier Philippe-Auguste, Kevin James, David Endemann, Gabriela Ruiz, Ethan Allers, Roland Graham
Musique Française –
An enchanting program of French music for flute and piano, combining elegant melodies and virtuosic writing by well-known and lesser-known composers Debussy, Tulou, Ravel and Sancan.
Gertrude Létourneau, flute
Catherine Donkin, piano
The Music of Eric Whitacre –
Having recently performed under the direction of Eric Whitacre at Carnegie Hall New York City, Coro Capriccio will offer Ottawa audiences some of his well known and new works as well as selections by Tallis, Monteverdi, Gjelio and others.