METAMORPHOSIS - BNMO Charles Cozens Trio

04mar7:30 pm10:30 pmMETAMORPHOSIS - BNMO Charles Cozens Trio

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March 4, 2024, at 7:30 pm

Burlington Performing Arts Centre – Community Studio Theatre

The Metamorphosis concert is a fascinating exploration of
how music is composed and developed.

Conceived by Maestro Charles Cozens, conductor and artistic
director of the BNMO, this is a rare opportunity to hear him as a pianist with
his trio consisting of bassist Alberto Munarriz and percussionist Richard

In addition, there will be two guest artists, oboist Colin
Maier and vocalist Beverly Gail Ritchie. 

This performance is made possible through a grant from the
Burlington Arts and Culture Fund.


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The Burlington New Millennium Orchestra (BNMO) is a
world-class Canadian concert orchestra and recording music ensemble comprised
of highly respected professional musicians and singers.

 The BNMO repertoire covers a broad spectrum of styles and
tastes, all under the artistic direction of Conductor Maestro Charles T.

Inspired by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Boston Pops and
the sounds of the Big Band era, we can adapt the size of our orchestra from a
small ensemble to a full symphony orchestra.

Charles Cozens

Charles Cozens is a true Renaissance Man of the Canadian
music industry. Recently inducted into the BPAC Hall of Fame, he is highly
acclaimed as an arranger, composer and orchestrator for major Canadian artists,
ensembles, and orchestras. He is also an accomplished orchestral and theatrical
conductor, pianist, accordionist, and CD producer.

Colin Maier

Colin Maier is a Canadian oboist and multi-instrumentalist
who works as an actor, dancer, and acrobat artist, often blending these
disciplines into one performance! He is currently a member of the award-winning
Canadian new classical music ensemble Quartetto Gelato, and the oboe and
accordion duo JoyRide.

 Beverly Gail Ritchie

Soprano vocalist Beverly Gail has been singing all her life.
Her love of music and sharing it with others led her to pursue an honours vocal
music degree from Wilfrid Laurier University (2003). Her soprano voice and
clear tone make her wonderfully suited to sing warm ballads, jazzy love songs
and comedic show tunes.






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