Sun Jun 2 13:30

Adaptive Concert: John Kofi Dapaah

Join us at Beechwood’s Sacred Space for a delightful afternoon getaway with John Kofi Dapaah!

John Kofi Dapaah is a pianist crossing the boundaries of the classical and jazz world. John has performed in recitals and concerts in Japan, Austria, and throughout Canada. He has played in recital series such as the Ottawa International ChamberfestCathedral Arts SeriesJugend am Klavier and Music and Beyond to name a few. John made his orchestral debut with the Gatineau Conservatory Orchestra in a concert playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 23. Most recently, he performed Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto no. 1 with the Georgian Bay Symphony. John has also performed for dignitaries such as the former Governor Generals of Canada; Michaëlle Jean and the David Johnston, and numerous Ambassadorto Canada. John’s composed work for string quartet was performed with choreography at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre.

Chamberfest Adaptive Concerts are performances for people with sensory sensitivities and exceptionalities, including autistic and neurodivergent children and adults. Family and friends are welcomed into a concert experience that takes into account special considerations such as pre-concert visual aids, storytelling and flexible spaces for movement, ensuring a comfortable environment for all to be creative and have fun with the music. Everyone is welcome!

Presented in partnership with the Lotus Centre for Special Music Education.

Beechwood Sacred Space generously contributes its space in kind for all adaptive concert performances. Chamberfest’s partnerships with the Lotus Centre and Beechwood contribute significantly to its accessibility and inclusivity goals – thank you to our amazing partners!


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