Surviving Classical Music

Carissa Klopoushak

July 13, 2021 Carissa Klopoushak Episode 103
Surviving Classical Music
Carissa Klopoushak
Show Notes

Surviving Classical Music is a podcast about the issues facing musicians today. We want to air out those open secrets.  You know, the stuff you talk about at the bar after the show.

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Carissa Klopoushak is a Canadian Violinist, member of Ottawa's National Arts Center Orchestra and the Ironwood quartet, and is artistic director of the Ottawa Chamberfest whose summer festival takes place at the end of July and beginning of August every year. Andrew speaks with her about Chamberfest's 'hybrid' model, as well as other topics relating to livestreaming. 

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"From internationally-celebrated soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian and Gryphon Trio, to the New Orford String Quartet, Lemon Bucket Orchestra, I Musici de Montréal, and pianist Stewart Goodyear, Canada’s greatest chamber musicians are at the forefront as Ottawa Chamberfest returns this summer. 

Combining in-person performances at beloved Ottawa venues like Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, Beechwood, and Club SAW with state-of-the-art livestream broadcasts from the capital and around the world, Chamberfest 2021’s hybrid model is COVID-safe, fully accessible, and on sale now. Join us live and online from July 22 to August 4. "


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