Festival

Presented by

Mélisande Corriveau, Elinor Frey & Andrea Stewart

Three Cellos Tie Some Knots

Thursday, July 23 at 7pm

Baroque cellists Mélisande Corriveau, Elinor Frey (direction) and Andrea Stewart perform music by Giuseppe Dall’Abaco, J.S. Bach, and Maxime McKinley.*

Baroque Cellos Mélisande Corriveau, Elinor Frey and Andrea Stewart

Program

Prelude from Suite No 3 in C Major for unaccompanied cello
J.S. Bach (1685–1750)
Performed by Elinor Frey

Sarabande from Suite No 3 in C Major for unaccompanied cello
J.S. Bach (1685–1750)
Performed by Andrea Stewart

Gigue from Suite No 3 in C Major for unaccompanied cello
J.S. Bach (1685–1750)
Performed by Mélisande Corriveau

Minuetto – Menuet en Rondeau – Minuetto from Cello Duo in A Minor, ABV 49
Guiseppe Clemente Dall’Abaco (1710–1810)
Performed by Andrea Stewart and Elinor Frey

Excerpt from Borromean Knots* (2020) for three cellos
Maxime McKinley (b. 1979)
Performed by Andrea Stewart, Elinor Frey and Mélisande Corriveau

Adagio from Cello Trio No 1, ABV 54
Guiseppe Clemente Dall’Abaco (1710–1810)
Performed by Andrea Stewart, Elinor Frey and Mélisande Corriveau

* Borromean Knots (2020) was commissioned by Harbourfront Centre for the 2020 Toronto Music Garden season, with the generous support of the SOCAN Foundation.

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With Gratitude

The annual Summer Music in the Garden concert series is presented by TD Bank Group – The Ready Commitment with the generous support of The Azrieli Foundation.

The series is produced by Harbourfront Centre in partnership with the City of Toronto. Special thanks to Chief Cheerleader Jim Fleck, 2020 series supporters Rita and Sam Bresler, our individual concert supporters, and our 2019 audience members.

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The Gail Asper Family Foundation
Alice and Grant Burton
Robert and Ann Corcoran

Jim Fleck
Michael and Sonja Koerner
Sandra and Jim Pitblado
and the generosity of our 2019 Audience

Presenting Partner
TD Ready Commitment
Supported by
Toronto
Art+Health is supported by
The Azrieli Foundation
With additional support from
Quebec
SOCAN Foundation