IMFC 2023.2024 RECITAL SERIES
MENUHIN CAPRICE | Saturday, October 21, 2023 at 7 pm | Flato Markham Theatre
Joelle Crigger performs M. O’Connor’s Menuhin Caprice for solo violin.
VISIONS FUGITIVE | Saturday, November 11, 2023 at 8 pm | Cornell Recital Hall
Piano recital with works by Chopin, Schumann, Prokofiev, and Janáček
presented by Max Tian, Xinyi Ran, Vanessa Yu and Kevin Wang.
LE JARDIN MOUILLÉ | Saturday, January 20, 2024 at 8 pm | Cornell Recital Hall
Solo recital with works by J.S. Bach, Muczynski, Boutry, Schumann, Fauré,
Hindemith and Jacques de la Presle presented by Adriel Sloss (violin),
Benjamin Liu (alto saxophone), Michelle Yeh (piano),
Marie-Raquel Conceição (soprano), and Sebastian Gobbels (harp).
LÉGENDE | Saturday, February 3, 2024 at 7 pm | Flato Markham Theatre
Ruoyi Qiao performs works for solo violin by Kreisler and Wieniawski
KOL NIDREI | Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 8 pm | Cornell Recital Hall
Solo recital with works by J.S. Bach, Chopin, Bruch and C.M. von Weber
presented by Joanne Yeh, Yuming Zhang, Yi Leng and Christine Wang.
TICKETS AND INFORMATION: IMFC Box Office | +1 (905) 604-8854
Welcome to the International Music Festival and Competition, an annual event that provides musicians with opportunities to perform,
to conduct and to write music while receiving professional guidance by leading experts in the classical music industry.
Students and young professionals of all nationalities, ages, levels, and musical disciplines are invited to apply.
Registration deadline: Sunday, March 3, 2024, 11:59 p.m. (EST).
“The IMFC is an exciting opportunity for composers to receive feedback and suggestions from established professionals as part of a world-class festival.”
Gary Kulesha, composer, Toronto Symphony Orchestra
“The International Music Festival and Competition is an incredible opportunity to hear the young musicians of tomorrow perform and give
them constructive feedback on their playing, and it is an opportunity for these young musicians to learn in an environment that is welcoming,
nurturing, helpful, and values excellence.” – Andrew Ascenzo, cellist, University of Toronto
“Thank you for a wonderful experience. We had a fantastic time and enjoyed the spirit of the competition.” – Jennifer Le Forestier, competitor
“I was very impressed with the highly professional work of the piano judges!” – Iana Ahilov, competitor
“Everything, beginning to end, was very well organized and tastefully designed: medals, trophies, certificates, gala concert tickets, and posters.
It was a visually beautiful event!” – Dina Mitnik, audience member
“What a great opportunity!” – Elizabeth Campbell, competitor