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Stellae Boreales at the 2014 SAA Conference

The 2014 Suzuki Association of the Americas Conference has come to a close and Stellae Boreales is back in Ottawa.  The trip was tiring but educational and making music with countries all over the Americas was magical.  See the final concert here.

We didn't have time to write our blogs during our trip, but please keep checking back as they will be posted soon along with many photos in our photo gallery and videos!


Presenting Stellae Boreales

Stellae Boreales is Ottawa Suzuki Strings’ premier performance violin ensemble, formed from the school’s senior students. The musicians range in age from 12 to 17, and most have been studying the violin since the age of 4 or 5. Members of the ensemble have had the honour of performing with Maestro Pinchas Zukerman and the NAC Orchestra. Many are prize winners of the Kiwanis Music Festival and the Canada Music Competition. Stellae Boreales has toured widely, with performances in Victoria, BC (2006); China (2008); New York City (2010); and Iceland (2011).  In 2012, the young musicians travelled to Washington, DC, where they performed with the Peabody Institute ensemble. The 2012 season closed with a highly successful concert tour of Cuba. In 2014, Stellae Boreales had the honour of being invited to participate as featured performers at the Suzuki Association of the Americas Conference in Minneapolis. Stellae Boreales has played at numerous galas and receptions in the Ottawa area, including the National Arts Centre and the Turkish Embassy. They are available to perform at similar events, either as a full group ensemble or in smaller groups. Please see the Stellae Boreales website for contact details and further information about the group.  Thank you for your support!

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Ensemble members are drawn from the studios of Rosemarie Klimasko, Kit Barham, Karoly Sziladi Jr., Serhii Vyhovskyi, Elaine Klimasko and Karoly Sziladi Sr. .

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