The Alireza Ensemble

Sunday April 30, 2:00pm

MERA Schoolhouse, McDonald’s Corners

Alireza Tarviji (violin) was born in Iran. He started taking violin lessons at the age of 7 until the age of 16, performing in Guilan Phil., Paytakht, and Tehran Conservatory Orchestras, before moving to Canada in 2020 to continue his education. He currently studies music at the University of Ottawa and continues his experiences in various orchestras (OYOA, OCO, uOttawa). He organizes benefit concerts, solo, Vivo Trio, and other forms of ensemble performances around the Gatineau and Ottawa area.

Galina Rezaeipour (violin) is a Belarussian-born Canadian violinist, who graduated from the Music Academy in Minsk, completed her Master's Degree in chamber music and played in the State Symphony Orchestra of Belarus as well as in Netherlands and Canada. She is a member of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, she regularly performs with the Gatineau Symphony, Thirteen Strings, Decades of Bonds and in musical ensembles and chamber series. Galina is an RCM Gold Medalist Teacher(2011 and 2013) and a member of Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association(ORMTA).

Emmanuelle Lambert-Lemoine (viola) is a violist, pianist, conductor and teacher. She completed her Master's degree in conducting at the University of Ottawa and is a doctoral student in Viola Performance at the Université de Montréal. Parallel to her musical career, Emmanuelle earned a Master's degree in Performance Studies at the TISCH School of the Arts, NYU, where her research focused on music education and political theater in the Americas. She is also co-founder of ASTAWT (Action for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma), an organization that welcomes refugees to Ottawa. Emmanuelle is currently the conductor of the Ottawa Youth Symphony Orchestra.

Fanny Marks (cello) French/British cellist Fanny Marks completed her Bachelor of Music from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London), her postgraduate degree in music from the Royal Academy of Music (London) and her postgraduate Performance Diploma from the University of Indiana (USA). Trained as a performing artist, most of her career has consisted of touring with orchestras and chamber music groups in concert halls and theatres across Europe and the Americas. She is a regular substitute at the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa. Fanny has been a teaching artist at Orkidstra and she has been the conductor of the Senior Strings at the Ottawa Youth Orchestra Academy.

Tickets are $25.00 plus fees available at Tickets Please

Romance by Dzmitry Kaminsky - Galina Rezaeipour & Alexandra Golod

Gigagigue From partita 2 in D by J.S Bach - Alireza Tarviji

Presto from Sonata 1 in G - J.S. Bach - Alireza Tarviji

Fanny Marks with the Classical Village at Lundis Musicaux