Ukrainian Clarinet Music
A Benefit Concert for Saint Michael's Ukrainian Church

About this event:

This benefit concert, featuring Montreal musicians Christine Hoerning (clarinet) and Olivier Hebert-Bouchard (piano), will exclusively feature Ukrainian music for clarinet and piano. 100% of the funds raised from this event will go to Saint Michael's Ukrainian Church in Montreal. Saint Michael's has collected over 40 tons of donated essential items but needs financial help to get these life-saving items to those in Ukraine. It is estimated that shipping  these items will cost approximately $200,000.

 

Our goal is to raise $5,000. This concert will take place at 10:30 am and again at 3:30 pm at the Conseil des Arts in Montreal. Live stream of the performance will be available. 

DATE:

Saturday, April 16, 2022

TIME:
10:30 am & 3:30 pm

LOCATION:
1210 Sherbrooke Street Est, Montreal H2L1L9 

                  

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About the artists:

Christine Hoerning, clarinet

A New York native now based in Montreal, Christine Hoerning is an accomplished clarinetist, director, teacher, and creator across a multitude of genres. She is currently serving as the visiting professor of clarinet at the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam. An active freelancer with a classical background, Christine fills clarinet positions in orchestras throughout New York and Quebec. Her passion and enthusiasm for new music has led to collaboration with creative minds and seeking out non-traditional performance spaces and opportunities.

 

Olivier Hebert-Bouchard, piano

 A laureate of numerous international competitions, pianist Olivier Hébert-Bouchard is rapidly making a name for himself on the Canadian music scene as one of the most active collaborative pianists of his generation. A founding member of Trio Émerillon, Hexade, and Prisma, he also collaborates with several significant Québec musicians. 

His projects have been selected and supported for touring throughout North America by important arts foundations including Jeunesses Musicales Canada, Debut Atlantic, Astral Artists, the New York Concert Artist Guild, and Bargemusic. Olivier’s captivating stage presence, as well as the thoughtfulness, depth and sincerity of his work have enabled him to share the stage alongside some of the biggest names in contemporary classical music.