Rosebud Festival Society
 

ROSEBUD CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL

August 6-12, 2018

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It is a great thrill to welcome you to the sixth annual Rosebud Chamber Music Festival. RCMF is a grassroots project committed to bringing world class musical performance to the rural communities in the Canadian Badlands. The mission of RCMF is to showcase international performers in concerts, education and outreach programs. Our spectacular artist lineup includes some of the brightest talent in Canadian music. I am thrilled to welcome them to Rosebud, Alberta, the artistic heart of the Canadian Badlands. My hope is to see RCMF guest artists and visiting students find a home for their hearts in Rosebud where talented actors, musicians, visual artists and crafts persons have made creativity and excellence their hallmark. 

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  Sheila Jaffe | Violin & Viola   Sheila Jaffé was born into a musical family in Montreal, Canada. She grew up in south Florida, where she was initiated to the violin at the age of six by her grandmother, a music teacher from northern Quebec. Four years later, she began taking lessons from Sergiu Schwartz, then violin professor at the Harid Conservatory in Boca Raton. During that time she was concertmaster of the Florida Youth Orchestra and participated in chamber music, voice and piano courses at Harid Conservatory’s preparatory school. At thirteen, she left home to return to Quebec and study with Catherine Dallaire at the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec, where she stayed for two years and began to participate in regional and national competitions in which she won many first prizes and scholarships. After finishing high school in Montreal, she was accepted with scholarship into an accelerated program at the University of Montreal where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in 2010.  Through that time she participated in numerous chamber music projects with students and professionals in and outside of the university and held the concertmaster position in the school’s orchestra as well as working with many orchestras in and around Montreal, including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. She also has performed and participated in many festivals including Domaine Forget in Quebec, Valhalla Summer Music in British Colombia, Toronto Summer Music Festival, New York String Orchestra Seminar, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove in England and Aurora in Sweden. Her upcoming projects include the Open Chamber Music program at Prussia Cove, a solo recital in Montreal, a chamber recital with Ian Swenson, Matt Haimovitz and Douglas McNabney and performing the Tchaikovsky concerto with the Philharmonie Jeunesse de Montréal. Sheila plays on a Francesco Gobetti violin (1710-15)generously loaned to her by Canimex.

Sheila Jaffe | Violin & Viola

Sheila Jaffé was born into a musical family in Montreal, Canada. She grew up in south Florida, where she was initiated to the violin at the age of six by her grandmother, a music teacher from northern Quebec. Four years later, she began taking lessons from Sergiu Schwartz, then violin professor at the Harid Conservatory in Boca Raton. During that time she was concertmaster of the Florida Youth Orchestra and participated in chamber music, voice and piano courses at Harid Conservatory’s preparatory school. At thirteen, she left home to return to Quebec and study with Catherine Dallaire at the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec, where she stayed for two years and began to participate in regional and national competitions in which she won many first prizes and scholarships. After finishing high school in Montreal, she was accepted with scholarship into an accelerated program at the University of Montreal where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in 2010.

Through that time she participated in numerous chamber music projects with students and professionals in and outside of the university and held the concertmaster position in the school’s orchestra as well as working with many orchestras in and around Montreal, including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. She also has performed and participated in many festivals including Domaine Forget in Quebec, Valhalla Summer Music in British Colombia, Toronto Summer Music Festival, New York String Orchestra Seminar, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove in England and Aurora in Sweden. Her upcoming projects include the Open Chamber Music program at Prussia Cove, a solo recital in Montreal, a chamber recital with Ian Swenson, Matt Haimovitz and Douglas McNabney and performing the Tchaikovsky concerto with the Philharmonie Jeunesse de Montréal. Sheila plays on a Francesco Gobetti violin (1710-15)generously loaned to her by Canimex.

  Aaron Shwebel | Violin   Canadian violinist Aaron Schwebel has performed throughout the world as a chamber and orchestral musician. His warm, charismatic musical personality and versatility as a performer have led him to pursue a variety of roles and collaborations, with a particular love for chamber music.   A native Torontonian, Aaron holds the positions of Associate Concertmaster with the Canadian Opera Company and Concermaster with the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra. In the past, Aaron has performed as guest concertmaster with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and Orchestra London. Aaron works regularly as an extra with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the National Arts Centre Orchestra.   Aaron did his studies at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music and Indiana University. Teachers include Jonathan Crow, Yaela Hertz, Mauricio Fuks, and Andre Roy. Upon graduation from McGill, Aaron was awarded the Schulich School of Music’s Golden Violin Award.   During his studies at McGill, Aaron co-founded Chamber Music Without Borders (co-director 2008-2010), a student-run outreach initiative that presents concerts, workshops, and other musical events in the Montreal community. Founded in 2008, CMWB presents over 40 free concerts per year in the Montreal area and- still under the directorship of McGill students- continues to function as a self-sustainable volunteer organization.   Aaron has been a member of the Roddick String Quartet, representing Canada at the 2009 London International String Quartet Competition, as well as the Kuttner Quartet, the student string quartet in residence at Indiana University. He has been invited to take part in Ottawa Chamberfest, Montreal Chamber Music Festival, Music By The Sea in Bamfield, British Columbia, and the Rosebud Chamber Music Festival. He was recently featured on CBC Radio 2 ‘In Concert’ as a 2014 Next! Artist. Aaron has performed as a soloist with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Lanaudiere, and McGill Symphony Orchestra. He has been on faculty at KlezKanada as a violin teacher, having attended the summer klezmer music festival frequently since he was a child.

Aaron Shwebel | Violin

Canadian violinist Aaron Schwebel has performed throughout the world as a chamber and orchestral musician. His warm, charismatic musical personality and versatility as a performer have led him to pursue a variety of roles and collaborations, with a particular love for chamber music.

 A native Torontonian, Aaron holds the positions of Associate Concertmaster with the Canadian Opera Company and Concermaster with the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra. In the past, Aaron has performed as guest concertmaster with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and Orchestra London. Aaron works regularly as an extra with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the National Arts Centre Orchestra.

 Aaron did his studies at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music and Indiana University. Teachers include Jonathan Crow, Yaela Hertz, Mauricio Fuks, and Andre Roy. Upon graduation from McGill, Aaron was awarded the Schulich School of Music’s Golden Violin Award.

 During his studies at McGill, Aaron co-founded Chamber Music Without Borders (co-director 2008-2010), a student-run outreach initiative that presents concerts, workshops, and other musical events in the Montreal community. Founded in 2008, CMWB presents over 40 free concerts per year in the Montreal area and- still under the directorship of McGill students- continues to function as a self-sustainable volunteer organization.

 Aaron has been a member of the Roddick String Quartet, representing Canada at the 2009 London International String Quartet Competition, as well as the Kuttner Quartet, the student string quartet in residence at Indiana University. He has been invited to take part in Ottawa Chamberfest, Montreal Chamber Music Festival, Music By The Sea in Bamfield, British Columbia, and the Rosebud Chamber Music Festival. He was recently featured on CBC Radio 2 ‘In Concert’ as a 2014 Next! Artist. Aaron has performed as a soloist with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Lanaudiere, and McGill Symphony Orchestra. He has been on faculty at KlezKanada as a violin teacher, having attended the summer klezmer music festival frequently since he was a child.

  Keith Hamm | Viola   A native of Rosebud, Alberta, violist Keith Hamm is rapidly gaining recognition as a dynamic and exciting young presence on the Canadian music scene. Upon completion of his studies, Keith was named Principal Violist of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra.  Keith received his training at The Glenn Gould School of Music under the instruction of Steven Dann, and at the Mount Royal Conservatory under Nicholas Pulos. Other influences include Pinchas Zukerman, Mark Fewer, Richard Lester, the London Haydn Quartet, and especially formative summers at the Chamber Music Programme at Le Domaine Forget.  Keith is an alumnus of the International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove; the Sarasota Music Festival; Masterclasses at The Banff Centre, and Morningside Music Bridge. Keith has been featured on CBC Radio, Classical 96.3, Minnesota Public Radio and has been named one of Canada’s Hottest 30 Classical Musicians Under 30 by CBC.  A dedicated chamber musician, Keith has shared the stage with Anssi Kartunnen, Ernst Kovacic, Richard Lester, David Geringas and members of the Smithsonian Chamber Players. Keith has been invited to perform at the Ravinia Festival as guest violist with the Royal Conservatory’s ARC Ensemble; the SweetWater Music Festival in Owen Sound; Ottawa Chamberfest, and at Music By The Sea in Bamfield, BC. Keith has been a guest with the Juno-winning Amici Ensemble and is a frequent guest with Continuum Contemporary Music. Keith performs regularly on the Skylight Series in Toronto’s Distillery District and is co-founder and producer of Stereo Live at The Campbell House Museum. He is also the Founder and Artistic Director of The Rosebud Chamber Music Festival in Rosebud, Alberta.  Keith plays on a viola made by Joseph Curtin in 2001 and a bow by James Tubbs.

Keith Hamm | Viola

A native of Rosebud, Alberta, violist Keith Hamm is rapidly gaining recognition as a dynamic and exciting young presence on the Canadian music scene. Upon completion of his studies, Keith was named Principal Violist of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra.

Keith received his training at The Glenn Gould School of Music under the instruction of Steven Dann, and at the Mount Royal Conservatory under Nicholas Pulos. Other influences include Pinchas Zukerman, Mark Fewer, Richard Lester, the London Haydn Quartet, and especially formative summers at the Chamber Music Programme at Le Domaine Forget.

Keith is an alumnus of the International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove; the Sarasota Music Festival; Masterclasses at The Banff Centre, and Morningside Music Bridge. Keith has been featured on CBC Radio, Classical 96.3, Minnesota Public Radio and has been named one of Canada’s Hottest 30 Classical Musicians Under 30 by CBC.

A dedicated chamber musician, Keith has shared the stage with Anssi Kartunnen, Ernst Kovacic, Richard Lester, David Geringas and members of the Smithsonian Chamber Players. Keith has been invited to perform at the Ravinia Festival as guest violist with the Royal Conservatory’s ARC Ensemble; the SweetWater Music Festival in Owen Sound; Ottawa Chamberfest, and at Music By The Sea in Bamfield, BC. Keith has been a guest with the Juno-winning Amici Ensemble and is a frequent guest with Continuum Contemporary Music. Keith performs regularly on the Skylight Series in Toronto’s Distillery District and is co-founder and producer of Stereo Live at The Campbell House Museum. He is also the Founder and Artistic Director of The Rosebud Chamber Music Festival in Rosebud, Alberta.

Keith plays on a viola made by Joseph Curtin in 2001 and a bow by James Tubbs.

 
  Robert Uchida | Violin   Canadian violinist Robert Uchida has been hailed for his “ravishing sound, eloquence and hypnotic intensity” (Strings Magazine). A regularly featured guest artist with many of Canada’s orchestras and chamber music festivals, Robert has performed with Edgar Meyer, Ksenija Sidorova, Sarah Slean, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Tianwa Yang and Pinchas Zukerman.  Concertmaster of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Robert held the same position with Symphony Nova Scotia and previously performed as Associate Concertmaster of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. He has served as Concertmaster for such conductors as Valery Gergiev and Kurt Masur. Engagements as a guest leader have included projects with the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.  Robert’s CD recordings include “Requiem 21.5: Violin Concerto” by Tim Brady for CentreDiscs, which won Classical Recording of the Year at the ECMAs, “Sonata for Unaccompanied Violin” by Andrew Violette for Innova Records, and the “Alpine Symphony” under Edo de Waart as guest Concertmaster of the Royal Flemish Philharmonic.  A passionate teacher, Robert serves on the faculty at the University of Alberta and has held teaching positions at Acadia University, the Manhattan School of Music and the National Arts Centre of Canada’s Young Artists Program. He has given masterclasses across Canada and has thoroughly enjoyed working with the students of the ESO’s YONA-Sistema program. His teachers include Patinka Kopec, Heratch Manoukian, David Stewart and Pinchas Zukerman.  Robert loves volunteering whenever possible and is honoured to have been inducted into the Ronald McDonald House’s Character Club in Edmonton. He performs on an outstanding Lorenzo Ventapane violin made in Naples, Italy in 1820 and uses Vision Solo Titanium violin strings by Thomastik-Infeld Vienna.

Robert Uchida | Violin

Canadian violinist Robert Uchida has been hailed for his “ravishing sound, eloquence and hypnotic intensity” (Strings Magazine). A regularly featured guest artist with many of Canada’s orchestras and chamber music festivals, Robert has performed with Edgar Meyer, Ksenija Sidorova, Sarah Slean, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Tianwa Yang and Pinchas Zukerman.

Concertmaster of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Robert held the same position with Symphony Nova Scotia and previously performed as Associate Concertmaster of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. He has served as Concertmaster for such conductors as Valery Gergiev and Kurt Masur. Engagements as a guest leader have included projects with the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Robert’s CD recordings include “Requiem 21.5: Violin Concerto” by Tim Brady for CentreDiscs, which won Classical Recording of the Year at the ECMAs, “Sonata for Unaccompanied Violin” by Andrew Violette for Innova Records, and the “Alpine Symphony” under Edo de Waart as guest Concertmaster of the Royal Flemish Philharmonic.

A passionate teacher, Robert serves on the faculty at the University of Alberta and has held teaching positions at Acadia University, the Manhattan School of Music and the National Arts Centre of Canada’s Young Artists Program. He has given masterclasses across Canada and has thoroughly enjoyed working with the students of the ESO’s YONA-Sistema program. His teachers include Patinka Kopec, Heratch Manoukian, David Stewart and Pinchas Zukerman.

Robert loves volunteering whenever possible and is honoured to have been inducted into the Ronald McDonald House’s Character Club in Edmonton. He performs on an outstanding Lorenzo Ventapane violin made in Naples, Italy in 1820 and uses Vision Solo Titanium violin strings by Thomastik-Infeld Vienna.

  Johanne Perron | Cello   An internationally known cello artist, Johanne Perron presently pursues a career as chamber musician, solo performer and educator. As soloist she has played with orchestras including the Montreal, Mexico and Lisbon Symphonies under the direction of conductors such as Charles Dutoit, Franz-Paul Decker, Arthur Weisberg, Otto Werner Muller and Zeev Doorman. She has presented recitals in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and United States as well as in Europe and has collaborated as a chamber musician on the American stage with members of the Philadelphia piano quartet, in Classic Chamber concerts of Naples Florida and the Lucerne, NY chamber music festival. She has been a first-prize winner of several contests and founder/member of the Cellissimo Duo and Trio Garami. Presently, she is a member of the Galena Trio, who are artists in residence of the Valhalla Fine Arts in British Columbia. She has been featured numerous times on radio and television broadcasts in Canada and on WQXR in New York.  Johanne was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec. At an early age she moved to Quebec City and was awarded the first-prize in cello and chamber music at the Conservatoire de Québec as a student of Pierre Morin. As a Canada Council grant recipient, she was able to pursue a Master’s degree at Yale with Aldo Parisot. This was followed by studies with Leonard Rose at the Julliard School of Music in New York. She also studied with other distinguished artists including Janos Starker in Banff, Pierre Fournier in Geneva and Paul Tortelier inLos Angeles. She has won several awards including the Prix d’Europe as well as first prize in strings at the Tremplin International des Concours de Musique du Canada.  Critics of the Musical America magazine have described Madame Perron as “an artist of extraordinary musical dimension, compelling intensity and deep inner serenity.” Gilles Potvin wrote “her sonority is unswervingly beautiful and of great fluidity. What is most striking about her are the musical gifts which enable her to phrase with sensitivity and elegance.” Johanne Perron has served on the faculty of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and at the Lynn University Music Conservatory at Boca Raton, Florida formerly known as the HARID Conservatory. She has taught and given master classes at festivals in Brazil, Canada, and the United States. She has also been on the faculties of Domaine Forget, Morningside Music Bridge and the Valhalla Summer School of Music in British Columbia. In 2005, after a twenty year absence from Canada, Madame Perron returned to serve on the artist faculty at the University of Montreal which attracts young and talented musicians from around the world. She is also a guest instructor at the Mount Royal University Conservatory in Calgary Alberta where she gives Master Classes and lessons.  For Madame Perron, the purpose of teaching is not only to transfer knowledge but also to create a dialogue with younger people. Attesting to this are her three daughters who have in turn adopted their own passion for music. Johanne adds, “This human dimension demands a lot of personal investment of time and energy but results in a great satisfaction within my teaching career.” She plays a 1705 Giovanni Grancino cello made in Milan, Italy.

Johanne Perron | Cello

An internationally known cello artist, Johanne Perron presently pursues a career as chamber musician, solo performer and educator. As soloist she has played with orchestras including the Montreal, Mexico and Lisbon Symphonies under the direction of conductors such as Charles Dutoit, Franz-Paul Decker, Arthur Weisberg, Otto Werner Muller and Zeev Doorman. She has presented recitals in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and United States as well as in Europe and has collaborated as a chamber musician on the American stage with members of the Philadelphia piano quartet, in Classic Chamber concerts of Naples Florida and the Lucerne, NY chamber music festival. She has been a first-prize winner of several contests and founder/member of the Cellissimo Duo and Trio Garami. Presently, she is a member of the Galena Trio, who are artists in residence of the Valhalla Fine Arts in British Columbia. She has been featured numerous times on radio and television broadcasts in Canada and on WQXR in New York.

Johanne was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec. At an early age she moved to Quebec City and was awarded the first-prize in cello and chamber music at the Conservatoire de Québec as a student of Pierre Morin. As a Canada Council grant recipient, she was able to pursue a Master’s degree at Yale with Aldo Parisot. This was followed by studies with Leonard Rose at the Julliard School of Music in New York. She also studied with other distinguished artists including Janos Starker in Banff, Pierre Fournier in Geneva and Paul Tortelier inLos Angeles. She has won several awards including the Prix d’Europe as well as first prize in strings at the Tremplin International des Concours de Musique du Canada.

Critics of the Musical America magazine have described Madame Perron as “an artist of extraordinary musical dimension, compelling intensity and deep inner serenity.” Gilles Potvin wrote “her sonority is unswervingly beautiful and of great fluidity. What is most striking about her are the musical gifts which enable her to phrase with sensitivity and elegance.” Johanne Perron has served on the faculty of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and at the Lynn University Music Conservatory at Boca Raton, Florida formerly known as the HARID Conservatory. She has taught and given master classes at festivals in Brazil, Canada, and the United States. She has also been on the faculties of Domaine Forget, Morningside Music Bridge and the Valhalla Summer School of Music in British Columbia. In 2005, after a twenty year absence from Canada, Madame Perron returned to serve on the artist faculty at the University of Montreal which attracts young and talented musicians from around the world. She is also a guest instructor at the Mount Royal University Conservatory in Calgary Alberta where she gives Master Classes and lessons.

For Madame Perron, the purpose of teaching is not only to transfer knowledge but also to create a dialogue with younger people. Attesting to this are her three daughters who have in turn adopted their own passion for music. Johanne adds, “This human dimension demands a lot of personal investment of time and energy but results in a great satisfaction within my teaching career.” She plays a 1705 Giovanni Grancino cello made in Milan, Italy.

  Leana Rutt | Cello   Born and raised in London, Ontario, Leana Rutt was appointed assistant principal cellist of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in 2013. A graduate of the Juilliard School and of McGill University, Leana has performed in halls across North America and Europe from Carnegie to the Concertgebouw.  Leana has devoted much of her musical career to chamber music. She has made appearances with the Winnipeg Chamber Music Society, Music By the Sea, the Agassiz Festival, Virtuosi Concerts, and Stereo Live Toronto. As a member of the Uccello ensemble she gave performances on NPR’s From the Top and at the 2011 South by Southwest festival, and their Grammy-nominated album Meeting of the Spirits was heard on over 100 radio stations across North America.  With a particular interest in new music, Leana has given numerous premieres in concert with Groundswell, in Lucerne alongside members of the Ensemble Intercontemporain, and with the contemporary music ensembles of Juilliard and McGill.  Leana has been a participant in the festivals of Lucerne, Aldeburgh, Sarasota, Banff, and le Domaine Forget, as well as the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival. Leana started on cello at the age of six with Terry Sefton. She continued her studies with Paul Pulford, Matt Haimovitz and Timothy Eddy.

Leana Rutt | Cello

Born and raised in London, Ontario, Leana Rutt was appointed assistant principal cellist of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in 2013. A graduate of the Juilliard School and of McGill University, Leana has performed in halls across North America and Europe from Carnegie to the Concertgebouw.

Leana has devoted much of her musical career to chamber music. She has made appearances with the Winnipeg Chamber Music Society, Music By the Sea, the Agassiz Festival, Virtuosi Concerts, and Stereo Live Toronto. As a member of the Uccello ensemble she gave performances on NPR’s From the Top and at the 2011 South by Southwest festival, and their Grammy-nominated album Meeting of the Spirits was heard on over 100 radio stations across North America.

With a particular interest in new music, Leana has given numerous premieres in concert with Groundswell, in Lucerne alongside members of the Ensemble Intercontemporain, and with the contemporary music ensembles of Juilliard and McGill.

Leana has been a participant in the festivals of Lucerne, Aldeburgh, Sarasota, Banff, and le Domaine Forget, as well as the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival. Leana started on cello at the age of six with Terry Sefton. She continued her studies with Paul Pulford, Matt Haimovitz and Timothy Eddy.

Past Performers

Peter Longworth | Piano

Arnold Cho i| Cello

Julie Hereish | Cello

Marie Berard | Violin

James Shields | Clarinet

Morris Ertman | Writer and Narrator

Elizabeth Skinner | Violin

Florian Peelman | Viola

Samuel Deason | Piano

John Stetch | Jazz Piano

Tim Dawson | Bass

Ben Plotnick | Violin

Kaitlyn Raitz | Cello

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