April 28, 2019  

Presented in collaboration with Wordfest, this unique and extraordinary concert presents three brothers from northern Alberta – a composer, an author, and a playwright – sharing the stage for the first time. Giller-winning author Will Ferguson shares images and stories of growing up in northern Alberta. Leacock medal winner Ian Ferguson reads from his memoir Village of the Small Houses. And composer Sean Ferguson, Professor of Composition and former Dean of McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, curates a concert of works with special significance for his musical development, including a new work for chamber ensemble.



Will Ferguson, author

Sean Ferguson, composer

Ian Ferguson, author

Lucie Jones, flute, baroque flute

Donovan Seidle, violin

David Morrissey, cello

Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, piano



Traditional                               Orange Blosson Special

Frédéric Chopin                      Étude Op. 10, No. 3

Claude Debussy                       Syrinx for solo flute

Traditional Irish                      Bean Dubh an Ghleanna

Giuseppe Verdi                         Lacrymosa from Requiem

J.S. Bach                                    Sinfonias (arranged for flute, violin and cello)

Béla Bartók                                Romanian Folk Dances

Sean Ferguson                           New work for flute, violin, cello and piano



St. Stephen’s Anglican Church , located at 1121 – 14th Avenue, S.W. Calgary

Parking is available on site



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