Violinist Katie Stillman is delighted to return to her native Canada for two recitals. Joined by her fellow Canadian Miaomiao Yu, they will perform a Spring inspired programme on Wednesday May 24th and Thursday 25th in a ‘salon-style’ evening at Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts in Parry Sound, Ontario.
On Saturday 3 December at 7.30pm, Canadian violinist Katie Stillman performs Bach’s joyous Double Concerto with Manchester Camerata and its leader Adi Brett in a festive programme of seasonal favourites in the Victorian splendour of Leeds Town Hall. In this, the second of three performances of this work, the orchestra is also joined by Norwegian trumpet sensation, Tine Thing Helseth, and two of the UK’s finest soloists Rachael Clegg (oboe) and Tracey Redfern (trumpet).
Katie Stillman is looking forward to leading a 13-piece orchestra from Manchester Camerata in this exciting new collaboration with First Art and Orchestras Live. For this project, ‘4 Stages’, the musicians are working with local young people to create a one-off tour of Eckington, Mansfield, Shirebrook and Sutton-in-Ashfield.
Katie Stillman has been appointed leader of an innovative new orchestra, the Beethoven Orchestra for Humanity. More than an orchestra of some of the best musicians in the UK, the Beethoven Orchestra for Humanity is a new kind of concert experience which weaves music and a provocative talk around a topical issue.