Clarinet, piano showcased at upcoming Music@Noon concert

Clarinetist Zoltan Kalman and pianist Erika Reiman, both Brock instructors, will take the stage on Tuesday, Jan. 30 for the weekly RBC Foundation Music@Noon Recital Series.

Erika Reiman

Pianist Erika Reiman will perform Tuesday, Jan. 30 as part of the RBC Foundation Music@Noon Recital Series.

Kalman is the principal clarinetist with Niagara Symphony and Symphony Hamilton, and regularly appears with the Brantford Symphony, Mississauga Opera Company and Scarborough Symphony. In collaboration with the Niagara Symphony and the St. Catharines based Carousel Players, he performed in Winnipeg, Vancouver and in the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

Reiman studied piano at Mount Allison and McGill Universities and earned a PhD in musicology from the University of Toronto. In addition to her piano teaching duties at Brock University, she is active as a soloist, accompanist and chamber musician throughout southern Ontario. In 2008, she was the soloist in the premiere performance of David Fawcett’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.

The free Music@Noon series continues Tuesdays at noon during the academic year in the Cairns Recital Hall of the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in downtown St. Catharines.

Details on upcoming Music@Noon performances are available on ExperienceBU.

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