Caledon Chamber Concerts – Angela Park and Sharon Wei

Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

Our next concert will take place at 7:30 PM on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2023 and will feature pianist Angela Park and violist Sharon Wei. Angela and Sharon are both are on the faculty of Western University and have performed in a previous season with the string quartet Ensemble Made in Canada, which they co-founded. The program will include the Suite for Viola and Piano by Ernest Bloch, Gabriela Frank’s Cinco Danzas de Chambi, and a piece called Double Rainbows by Ontario composer Darren Sigesmund.

Pianist Angela Park has established herself as one of Canada’s most sought after pianists.  Praised for her “stunningly beautiful pianism” (Grace Welsh Prize, Chicago); “beautiful tone and sensitivity” (American Record Guide) and for performing “with such brilliant clarity, it took your breath away” (Chapala, Mexico), Angela’s versatility as both soloist and chamber musician has let to acclaimed performances across Canada, as well as in the United States, Europe, Japan and Mexico.

Violist Sharon Wei is Acting Assistant Dean of Research in 2023 at Western University. She has given masterclasses at the American Viola Society Festival, Beijing Conservatory and universities across Canada. She was recently invited to join the renown New Orford String Quartet.

The concert takes place at St. James Anglican Church, Caledon East.

Single tickets for adults are $40 and can be purchased from our website
Children 16 years of age or younger are now FREE!

Alternate ways to buy tickets
You can buy single tickets by e-transfer.
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You can also buy tickets with cash or cheque by mail, payable to:
Caledon Chamber Concerts
20 Westview Cres.
Palgrave, ON, L7E 0C3
Please download and fill out the order form from our website ( and include it in the envelope with your payment.

And you can buy tickets with cash or by cheque at the door (if there are seats available).

The following COVID-19 protocol will be in place:

  • Those attending will no longer be required to show photo ID and proof of full vaccination.
  • Although the Provincial mask mandate is no longer in effect we suggest that those in attendance continue to wear their masks at all times while in the venue. However, since this is optional we ask everyone to respect other people’s masking choice.
  • Capacity limits have been removed but seating can be arranged to allow physical distancing.
  • For the convenience of audience members, hand sanitizer will be available.

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