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Janelle Lucyk & Kerry Bursey, lute songs

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Event:
Janelle Lucyk & Kerry Bursey, lute songs
Start:
July 31 @ 12:00 pm
End:
July 31 @ 12:40 pm
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Updated:
July 29, 2019
Venue:
St. John’s Anglican Church
Phone:
9026928081
Address:
81 Cumberland St
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia B0j2c0 Canada

Tender lute songs, soprano Janelle Lucyk is joined by tenor/lutist Kerry Bursey at a short but sweet Wednesday’s at Noon recital at St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg!

Kerry Bursey
Kerry Bursey est un jeune musicien polyvalent, principalement actif sur la scène montréalaise en tant que ténor mais également comme luthiste et guitariste. Il a étudié au Conservatoire de musique de Montréal en guitare classique, et poursuit des études à la Schulich School of Music de McGill en chant avec John MacMaster et en luth avec Sylvain Bergeron. Il chante régulièrement avec divers ensembles tels que the Choir of St.Andrew & St.Paul, le Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, le choeur de l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Clavecins en concert, I Musici, Ensemble Caprice, Theatre of Early Music, Arion Orchestre Baroque, ainsi qu’en tant que surnuméraire avec plusieurs autres ensembles. Il est un habitué d’académies d’été tels que le Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, les Bachakademie de Stuttgart et de Weimar, avec lesquelles il s’est produit dans plusieurs villes européeenes.

Janelle Lucyk
Janelle Lucyk graduated in 2014 with distinction from the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles in Belgium where she performed with three choirs, debuted Lux Aeterna, written for her and the Brussels Chamber Choir by Jan Moeyaert, and formed Voces Desuper, an ensemble performing regularly in the magnificent Cathédrale de Saints-Michel-et-Gudule, and especially at the Te Deum ceremony for the King and Queen of Belgium. Following, she completed her Masters in Management at Durham University in the UK and won the role of Susanna in Durham Opera Ensemble’s The Marriage of Figaro for which she was awarded the Best Soloist by Music Durham, and Best Female Soloist by her peers at the DOE. Janelle has been captivated by Nova Scotia’s flourishing music scene since arriving in the stunning maritime province. She’s had the good fortune of working with Paul and Nick Halley, and the gem of Canadian choral excellence they’ve created. Other recent projects include Per Sonatori (SK), Boar’s Head Festival, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Tribute to Les Six with Simon Docking, Aureas Voces, Theatre of Early Music, and projects involving improvisation, early music, and jazz with composer/organist Peter-Anthony Togni, Jeff Reilly (bass-clarinet) and Sarah E. Myatt (mezzo).

The Wednesdays at Noon Series is half hour presentations at 12 pm
Every Wednesday July-August
St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg
Free-will offering.

Wednesdays at Noon continues with:
August 7: Musical Theatre
August 14: Montreal Guitar Trio (on tour with Musique Royale)
August 21: Perseus Trio
August 28: Glenn Patscha

 

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