WITH THE FRERE BROTHERS
Port Milford Chamber Players
with THE FRERE BROTHERS
Dana Wilson: Dudatánc from Hungarian Folk Songs
Béla Bartók: Allegro Molto from Quartet No 4 in C Major
Nordic Folk tunes arranged by Danish String Quartet. Wood Works
Dvorak: Quintet e flat major op 97
Berard (violin) is the Concert Master of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, and an acclaimed chamber musician, soloist, recording artist and teacher. Marie is also a highly regarded interpreter of new music and a regular performer at numerous chamber music festivals.
Gregory (violin) is a founding member of QX, a Boston-based string quartet, and a member of the Boston Lyric Opera Company, the New England String Ensemble and Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Rohan has cultivated a wide-ranging expertise in chamber music, new music and world music.
Rudden (viola) has been the Principal Violist of the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra for over a decade. Angela teaches viola at the Dixon Hall Music School, as well as at various summer music camps and festivals. She also maintains a private teaching studio in Toronto.
Widner (cello) is on the faculty of the Glenn Gould School and the University of Toronto and is the assistant principal cellist of the Canadian Opera Company orchestra. He is the principal cellist with the Esprit Orchestra, founding member of the Continuum Ensemble and performs regularly with three other ensembles.
Frere Brothers Lead singer and co-writer, Alec Lunn formed the original duo back in Calgary with his actual brother. Since then, there have been many Frere's coming and going, but Alec remains the common denominator. Mark Despault joined Alec in 1995 and they have been performing together since then. Fraser Hardman joined Mark and Alec in 2015. Movin' to County is their latest collection of humorous songs of life in a small town. They can be heard performing at venues throughout "The County" (That's Prince Edward County).