On March 15ᵗʰ, cellist Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy will present two beloved cello solo suites by Johann Sebastian Bach, and will be joined by Matthieu and Francine to present romantic works for cello and organ. “Cello and organ is such a beautiful combination,” says Matthieu. “The timbers blend so well… it is the perfect combination!”
Also a laureate of the Prix d’Europe competition—and the recipient of the prize the competition was named after—Beauséjour-Ostiguy was recognized as one of the “30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30” of CBC Music in 2018. (As an aside, several musicians invited for Music at St. Thomas’ have been rated as such.)
He is a founding member of the Andara Quartet, Trio de l’Île and recently joined the well-known Trio Hochelaga. He plays on a David Tecchler cello dated 1704, with a Pierre Simon bow dated 1855, graciously loaned to him by sponsoring company Canimex Inc. from Drummondville, Quebec.
Cost: Free will offering
For more information please contact Barb Gilbert at (613) 403-2615 or email [email protected].