ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Dorothy-Instant-camera-cropped Dear Friends,

As always, this season Syrinx will be  presenting Canadian and International artists performing works by Canadian Composers included within programs of more familiar and standard repertoire. We are extremely privileged to have these exceptional musicians perform for us.

This year we have a special project; we will be presenting all six Suite Hebraiques by Srul Irving Glick for the April, 2017  concert. This was a wish made by the composer before he passed away and we are delighted  to fulfil this wish. The concert will be recorded professionally and CDs produced commercially in collaboration with the Canadian Music Centre.

I want to thank you all for supporting this series, for helping us make Syrinx an important part of Toronto’s Musical Life, and for being such a receptive and appreciative audience. We have received wonderful  comments from the performers complimenting you for your sensitive and encouraging responses.

With warm regards, 

Dorothy Sandler Glick,  Artistic Director

Dorothy Sandler-Glick, is the Artistic Director, and vision of Syrinx Concerts. Dorothy’s connection to classical music community in Toronto began over 40 years ago as a performer, teacher and mentor.  Ms. Sandler-Glick co-founded and was artistic director of the Toronto-based Chrylark Arts and Music Series in 2003, and in 2005 she founded Syrinx Sunday Salons. She is a long standing concert pianist, teacher and supporter of the Arts in Toronto.  Ms. Sandler-Glick obtained her ARCT diploma under the tutelage of Alberto Guerrero from the Royal Conservatory at Toronto, continued her studies in Paris, France, where she gave recitals and taught as assistant to her professor. On returning to Toronto, Ms. Sandler-Glick performed with orchestras and in solo and chamber music recitals both live and for CBC radio and premiered many news works by Canadian composers. She was on staff as a teacher for the Royal Conservatory of Music for several years and now continues to perform and teach privately.

 

 

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