“stunningly beautiful pianism”
—Grace Welsh Prize, Chicago


  • JUNO Nomination!

    My piano quartet Ensemble Made In Canada has received a JUNO Nomination for “Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber”!! Our Mosaïque Recording is a culmination of years of planning and discovery of 14 Canadian piano quartet commissions as we toured the country with this musical suite. We thank Norbert Kraft for guiding us as our incredible producer and engineer. Join us May 16 at the Awards! 


  • Stratford Summer Music AUCTION Fundraiser

    Support Stratford Summer Music as they hold their Summer Music To Your Ears Auction! Many exciting and unique items are up for bid. One of the items is a performance by yours truly + gourmet brunch for 10 at London’s Hunt Club.


  • Review of Xenia Concerts Livestream by the WholeNote

    Thank you to the WholeNote for reviewing my Xenia Concerts Livestream event back in June. It was my first solo livestream since things shut down in March, and I have to say that the experience was very rewarding, knowing that this was reaching the Xenia Concerts community, as well as family and friends who were able to tune in during this challenging time.



  • Western University Faculty Concerts

    Moths, Moon and Haikus – a concert of mesmerizing and beautiful string and vocal music. Faculty performers include: Joseph Lanza, violin;  Sharon Wei, viola;  Thomas Wiebe, cello; Joe Phillips, bass; Chad Louwerse, baritone; Angela Park, piano; and Christine Tithecott, piano.

  • Western University Faculty Concerts

    Society and Solitude, music and writings – The theme of Society and Solitude explored through music and texts, with special guest narrator Jeffrey Stokes. Faculty performers include: Jeffrey Stokes, Stéphan SylvestreBrett KingsburyAllison WiebeThomas WiebeSophie RolandSimone LutiAngela ParkJana StarlingSharon WeiLeslie Kinton.

  • Fridays at 12:30

    Western Fridays at Noon Series
    Sylvestre-Park Duo – Symphonies in Disguise
    The Sylvestre-Park Duo, comprised of pianists Stéphan Sylvestre* and Angela Park*, combine their talents to bring us Brahms’ first symphony in its original four-hand version.