The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra performance on Friday May 9 will feature a unique duo of soloists in a performance of Brahms’ beautiful Double Concerto with a Canadian Master and a Canadian Prodigy.
Stephen Sitarski (The Master) needs little introduction to the region’s concertgoers. For 15 seasons he was Concertmaster of the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony and now holds the same position with both the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Esprit Orchestra.
Cameron Crozman (The Prodigy) at the very young age of 18 has already achieved extraordinary musical credentials.
Named one of CBC’s Top 30 Hot Classical musicians under 30, Canadian cellist Cameron Crozman has been praised for his “calm and soulful approach” and “depth of musical […] expression” on stage. Equally at home with baroque performance practice, the music of his time and everything in between, Cameron’s inquisitive personality leads him to explore all the facets of the cello repertoire.
Both Stephen and Cameron share a close association with the Faculty of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University where he is a lecturer and Cameron is often a frequent soloist with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada which has its summer school at the university.
Join us May 9 at Central Presbyterian Church, Queens Square, Cambridge at 8pm for this special musical event. A “Pay As You Can” performance where your donation ensures we can continue to provide high calibre soloists throughout our season.