Mon Jul 25 19:00

National Youth Orchestra of Canada

Chamberfest is thrilled to once again host the next generation of Canadian musicians, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada!  The NYOC makes Chamberfest the third stop on its 2022 “Borealis” tour, performing Brahms’s Symphony No. 4, a new commission by NYOC member Leo Purich, and more.

Leo Purich | Canopies (new commission)

Nino Rota (1911 – 1979) | Trombone Concerto in C (solo Robert Conquer)
I. Allegro giusto – II. Lento, ben ritmato – III. Allegro moderato

Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) | Symphony No. 4, Op. 98
I. Allegro non troppo – II. Andante moderato – III. Allegro giocoso – IV. Allegro energico e passionato

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  • Jennifer Armor
  • Juliana Cao
  • Kaiyao Duan
  • Alicia Ingalls
  • Satchi Kanashiro
  • Diane Kim
  • Ava Leschyshyn
  • Manuel Lok
  • Joey Machin
  • Donna Mahboubi
  • Miona Milovanovic
  • Nodoka Mitsumoto
  • Robert Mulchrone
  • Evan Pyne
  • Kai Rousseau
  • Rosaleen Ryel
  • Anastasia Salazar
  • Justin Saulnier
  • Daria Schibitcaia
  • Jessica Tovey
  • Charlotte Van Barr
  • Nicholas Vasilakopoulos-Kostopoulos
  • Lucia Warren
  • Kasumi Yajima
  • Sarah Yang
  • Ian Ye


  • Anastasia Cipko
  • Miriam Elsawi
  • Sofia Morao
  • Ethan Mung
  • Mobin Naeini
  • Leo Purich
  • Savannah Seibel
  • Angelina Sievers
  • Tasman Tantasawat
  • Colman Yang


  • Olivia Cho
  • Alonso Flores Esquivel
  • Jonah Hansen
  • Yin Vanny Hu
  • Serina Lee
  • Yuna Lee
  • Matthew Lei
  • Christopher Reil
  • Mario Rodriguez McMillan
  • Mateo Ronderos

Double Basses

  • Cameron Breiter
  • William Deslauriers-Allain
  • Peter Eratostene
  • Jacques Forest
  • Matthew Hardy
  • Léo Lanièce
  • Sonja Swettenham


  • Nadia Ingalls
  • Eric James Li
  • Robert Thompson


  • Léa Beaudet
  • Ming Rou Ding
  • Jihao Li
  • Shin Yu Wang


  • Noah Bailis
  • Samuel Hughes
  • Justin Ko


  • Robert Conquer
  • Leonard Pineault Deault
  • Jack Price


  • Arin Sarkissian
  • Rachel Tormann
  • Gezi Charles Yu


  • Emily Brownlee
  • Luca Ortolani
  • Tai Yokomori


  • Kailan Fournier
  • Jose Romero
  • Yanqing Zhang


  • Benjamin Vargas


  • Calum Crosbie
  • Samuel Kerr
  • Fraser Krips
  • Jacob Kryger


  • Honoka Shoji

More Concerts

Festival 2022

Sunrise Concerts

Concerts immersed in Beechwood’s history and beauty, from its beloved sanctuary to the expansive grounds, complemented by the serene hours of the early morning.

These performances are outdoors. You will need to bring your own seating and weather protection if desired.

Sunrise Concerts are made possible with the generous support of Beechwood Cemetery.

New Music Now

New Music Now is a celebration of the breadth and vitality of today’s new classical culture. Explore the sonic range of today’s most creative musical minds at Chamberfest’s annual miniseries.

Chamber Chats: Festival Edition

Hosted by broadcaster Eric Friesen, Chamber Chats: Festival Edition features interactive interviews with festival musicians both online and in person.In-person attendance for Chamber Chats is available for passholders only! You will be asked to show your pass before entering this event.

The online Zoom events are free and open to the public. 

Beechwood Series

Concerts and excursions are immersed in Beechwood’s history and beauty, from its beloved sanctuary to the expansive grounds.

Many of these performances are outdoors. You may need to bring your own seating and weather protection if desired.

The Beechwood Series is made possible with the generous support of Beechwood Cemetery.

Steinway Series

Celebrate the piano at the home of our longtime partners, Steinway Piano Gallery Ottawa.

The Steinway Series is made possible with the generous support of the Steinway Piano Gallery Ottawa.

Bring the Kids
Chamberfest’s visiting artists give fun, family-friendly, and interactive performances that teach young people about music-making in small ensembles. Kids can experience and explore the storied world of chamber music at our summer music festival. Free admission. These performances usually take place at Ottawa City Hall and are intended for kids (and guardians!) of all ages.
The Record Centre Series

Eclectic programming resonates against a backdrop of vinyl, vintage speakers, and reel-to-reel at legendary music destination and beloved Wellington staple, The Record Centre. Here, artists are at play: exploring and expanding their creativity in this casual space.

Seating will not be available.

Livestream Content

This summer, our hybrid festival features a rich offering of online content broadcast live from Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre in Ottawa.

CEE: Community Engagement and Education

Chamberfest’s Community Engagement and Education pillar (CEE) engages community members of all ages through a diverse range of meaningful music experiences. Whether on stage, online, or on the streets, CEE changes lives through music.

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