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Stéphane Tétreault



At 26 years of age, Stéphane Tétreault has been travelling the world since his first visit to Stratford, two summers ago …and the world has been taking notice of the extraordinary sensitivity of his interpretations and the consummate quality of the music he creates with his travelling companion, the 1707 Stradivarius cello named the Countess von Stainlein.  The cello, once owned by the great master of this instrument, Nicolo Paganini, was purchased for Stéphane by the late Jacqueline Desmarais of Montreal so that he might have an acclaimed instrument equal to his talent; Mme Desmarais’ decision made international headlines, and Stéphane’s performances with the Countess have already proven how worthy he is to have such a grand friend in his appearances.

The complete package: quality of talent, dedicated to his craft, a beautiful sound, a warmth of personality….. audiences delight in his company. – John Miller, Founder and Artistic Director Emeritus                

Stéphane will be performing solo at the Musical Brunch at the Prune Restaurant on Saturday, July 20th. As well, on Sunday, July 21st, he will be joining Mark Fewer and Stephen Prutsman for an afternoon of chamber music at the Avondale.


Program Repertoire:

Saturday, July 20 - Musical brunch at the Prune

Kodaly duo for violin and cello with Mark Fewer

Sunday, July 21 - The Avondale

Johannes Brahms: Sonata No. 2, Opus 99 for cello and Piano
Felix Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in D Minor, Opus 49



Assisted with a gift from:

Jane Fryman Laird

links to this artist

website | stephanetetreault.com


buy music | itunes.apple.com


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performances

Saturday July 20 | 11 am | musical brunch
SOLD OUT

The Prune Restaurant

$59.50 per person (wine, tax and service not incl.)
Call the Prune to reserve 519.271.5250


Sunday July 21 | 3 pm | chamber music with Prutsman, piano and Fewer, violin

The Avondale

$30 | $50 + HST (+$5 at the door)


 

video

Stephane Tetreault with Marie-Eve Scarfone - Haydn, Divertimento for cello and piano in D major


Stephane Tetreault, violoncelliste - Flash Jeunesse