Date: May 22, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm
Price: $40 (+GST and fees)
String ensemble Kensington Sinfonia return to the stage for NMC Presents: King Eddy Classical, featuring some of Canada’s brightest classical talents alongside a delicious Sunday brunch menu.
NMC Presents: King Eddy Classical happens every Sunday afternoon until June 26. Please note: Each ticket includes admission, a prix-fixe brunch, and one drink. Tickets are $40 (+GST and applicable fees) per person. Doors open at 11:00 am and showtime is at 12:00 pm.
About Kensington Sinfonia
The Kensington Sinfonia was founded in 1988 by John Lowry, Associate Concertmaster of the Calgary Philharmonic, and freelance musicians. In 1993 Edmond Agopian was appointed Music Director of this unique professional ensemble in Calgary and served until 2006 when the position was given to Donovan Seidle. In 2018 we welcomed Laura Reid as our fourth music director and now are excited to welcome our dual Artistic Directors Andrea Case and Genevieve Micheletti. Kensington Sinfonia strives to break down the barriers between performers and audience by performing in unique and intimate venues. Our musicians interact with audience members before and after each performance and speaking about the music being performed. The ensemble regularly commissions new music from Western Canadian composers and collaborates with young musicians in Southern Alberta to help mentor the next generation of classical music performers.
Andrew Balfour (Canadian) – Ambe
J. S. Bach – Great Fugue in G Minor, BWV. 542
Daniel Bernard Roumain – Hip-Hop Studies and Etudes, No. 22 G Minor
Arthur Bachmann (Canadian) – Glass Clouds
Fanny Hensel – String Quartet in E-flat Major
i. Adagio ma non troppo
Erno Dohnanyi- Serenade in C Major, op. 10
IV. Tema con variationi
Elaine Fine, Dances from “The Harlot’s House”
Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the seating like?
We are selling a limited number of seats for the King Eddy Classical series to ensure a comfortable experience for all attendees. However, seating is first-come, first-served, so we encourage ticketholders to come early to settle in and enjoy the brunch experience. Doors open at 11 am and the show starts at 12 pm.
How long is the show?
At minimum, each show will be 60 minutes long. End times may vary depending on the artist.
What if I don’t like the food choices?
The special set brunch menu has been curated exclusively for the Classical series to showcase the King Eddy’s delicious offerings! If you have dietary concerns with the three available brunch options, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your dietary restrictions so we can accommodate you with a customized option.
What is parking like?
There is free street parking available around the East Village neighborhood on Sundays. There is also a paid Indigo parking lot across from the restaurant.
I’m having ticket issues.
If you are having trouble booking a ticket, please contact Showpass.