Project F Concert


May 13, 2005    
8:00 pm


Canadian Opera Company
227 Front St. E, Toronto, ON, M5A 1E8

Event Type

Frank is presenting, Project F, a solo piano fundraising recital at the Canadian Opera Company.

UPDATE: To all those who attended, thank you for your support for the Regent Park School of Music. Through tickets and individual donations we raised $1040!

Partita No. 5 in G major, Praeambulum, Sarabande, Passepied – J.S. Bach
Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111 – L. van Beethoven
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4 – F. Liszt
Jeux d’eau – M. Ravel
Etude # 3 in B minor, Opus 8 – A. Scriabin
Deuxième Suite pour Piano – R. Jaque
Seriously Sweet – F. Horvat
and more

Guest Artist: Alan Stellings (cello)
Dr. Stellings is a professional cellist, bassist, conductor, composer and teacher. He received his B.Music in Performance, M.Mus in Music Education and D.Ed in Philosophy of Education at the University of Toronto. He has also studied at the Vienna Academy of Music in Austria. Dr. Stellings has been a member of the Toronto Symphony, the Canadian Opera, the Hamilton Philharmonic, and the Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra. He has released CDs and has made three European solo tours. As an educator, Dr. Stellings has served on the faculty and the Board of Examiners for the Royal Conservatory and the Music Departments at the University of Toronto and McMaster University. He currently maintains an active teaching studio in Toronto and resides in Guelph.

What Is Project F?
Organized by Frank Horvat, Project F is a fundraising performance that aspires to raise funds for a worthy cause in the community while providing an evening of ecletic music.

About Regent Park School of Music
Regent Park School of Music is Toronto’s foremost independent non-profit community music school. Their objective is to offer inner-city young people the opportunity to study music with experienced music educators.

Sponsored by: Penwood Painting & Decorating Ltd. and the Canadian Opera Company

ProjectF - Frank Horvat Solo Piano Concert Poster

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