Recital Series 2020
Lyell Gustin Centenary Recital Series ~ 2020
One hundred years! Lyell Gustin’s influence and inspiration, begun a century ago in the heart of old Saskatoon, continue today and point forward to a new century. The 2020 Series brings another season of world-class performances to our Saskatoon stage. Gustin House invites you to join in the Centenary, hear finest artists, and celebrate the gift of music!
The Lyell Gustin Series Recital by pianist Janina Fialkowska will not be given on Wednesday, March 18, due to the public health situation at this time. The artist will instead perform next year in our 2021 season.
If you have already purchased a ticket for the concert by Janina Fialkowska, March 18, 2020, Gustin House offers three options.
1. refund for tickets
- tickets purchased at McNally Robinson: in-store refund available with original receipt
(thank you to McNally for gracious and ongoing gratis services to our cultural community)
- tickets purchased from Gustin Committee member: please contact that Committee member
2. retain your March 18 ticket for next season
Your ticket will be honoured for Janina Fialkowska’s 2021 concert in the Lyell Gusitn Recital Series (booked for late April 2021)
3. consider your unused ticket (or the unused portion of your season pass) a gift, donated to Gustin House in support of artists and the Lyell Gustin Recital Series
Those holding a season pass for Lyell Gustin 2020 Centenary Recitals:
for a pro-rated refund for this concert, contact Gustin House directly by calling 306-373-1451.
World-renowned artist of rare distinction, the star pianist will return to the Gustin Recital Series in 2021. Ms. Fialkowska is celebrated internationally for her glorious lyrical sound, refreshing natural approach, technical mastery, and sterling musicianship.
Cameron Crozman, cello ~ Wednesday, August 19, at 7:30 p.m.
Cameron Crozman, a “mature artist with a profound musical imagination” (Toronto Concert Reviews), is one of Canada’s most outstanding young cellists. Winner of many awards, he performs across the continent and abroad as both soloist and ensemble artist.
A brilliant talent on a meteoric rise among the ranks of Canadian string performers, Cameron Crozman was one of six cellists from around the world chosen for Gautier Capuçon’s 2016-17 Classe d’Excellence at Louis Vuitton Foundation. He received 2e Cycle Supérieur Conférant le Grade de Master with highest honours from Conservatoire de Paris. He has performed with numerous orchestras in Canada, as well as in Europe with Orchestre des Lauréats du Conservatoire and London Sinfonia; he has played in prestigious venues as the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, Berliner Philharmonie, Paris Philharmonie and Montreal’s Maison Symphonique.
As chamber musician, Mr. Crozman performs with leading international artists, and takes part regularly at festivals, such as Helsinki Musica Nova in Finland, Beauvais Cello Festival in France, Birmingham Frontiers Festival, and Musique et Vin festival at Clos Vougeot in Burgundy. His performances have been heard on Radio France, Radio Classique, Medici.tv and CBC. In 2019, he released his debut CD, Cavatine (ATMA Classique). Dedicated to sharing Canadian music, he has given several European premieres of Canadian works. He plays a 1769 Joannes Guillami cello, on loan from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank.
All recitals: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 436 Spadina Cr. E
Performance 7:30 p.m., pre-concert talk 6:45 p.m.
Open seating. Tickets: individually priced, student rates
Available at: McNally Robinson Booksellers, Saskatoon Academy of Music, Gustin Committee, or at the door.
Children 12 and Under, free when accompanied by an adult.