Guy Few (trumpet & piano & voice)
Stephanie Mara (piano)

Guy Few and Stephanie Mara

Guy Few and Stephanie Mara

Guy Few is a virtuoso. As a powerful pianist and astonishing trumpeter, he delights his audiences with his intensity and charm. Montreal’s Le Devoir calls him “outrageously gifted” and “quite simply phenomenal”. It is no wonder that he is in demand as a soloist and has played with many orchestras in Canada and the USA. Guy has won innumerable prizes for piano and trumpet performance.

He performs and records on a regular basis and has appeared on CBC, CTV, Bravo, TV5 and European television broadcasts and is heard regularly on the CBC and American Public Radio.

In 1988 he received the Sylva Gelber Foundation Award from the Canada Council of the Arts when he was chosen as Most Promising Artist in both piano and brass categories.

He has been invited as a professor, adjudicator, soloist, principal or recitalist to many festivals including the Festival of the Sound, Scotiafest, the Orford Festival, the Kiwanis National Music Festival, the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival, the Ottawa Chamber Festival, the Elora Festival, Tanglewood (USA), Takefu International Music Festival (Japan), and the Oregon Bach Festival (USA). Born in Saskatoon,Saskatchewan, Guy is a gold medal graduate of Wilfrid Laurier Unversity, Waterloo, Ontario and holds a Fellowship Diploma from Trinity College, London, England.

Canadian pianist, Stephanie Mara, is a collaborative pianist and coach and has performed in recital and gala presentations with many vocalists and instrumentalists in numerous festival and series performances. She is a collaborative pianist and coach for Wilfrid Laurier University where she assists performance majors in brass, bassoon and cello.

Guy Few and Stephanie Mara’s concerts will include a variety of works for trumpet and piano, voice and piano, and four-hands piano.

Tour Concert Performance Schedule

Friday, January 13/06 – Rosthern, SK
Presented by Station Arts Centre at the Station Arts Centre

Sunday, January 15/06 – Regina, SK
Presented by University of Regina at Riddell Centre Theatre

Monday, January 16/06 – Yorkton, SK
Presented by Yorkton Arts Council in Anne Portnuff Theatre in Yorkton Regional Highschool

Saturday, January 21/06 – Whitehorse, Yukon
Presented by Whitehorse Concert in Yukon Arts Centre

Tuesday, January 24/06 – Brooks, AB
Presented by Newell Concert Association in Griffin Park Theatre

Thursday, January 26/06 – Barrhead, AB
Presented by Barrhead Arts Council in Barrhead United Church

Saturday, January 28/06 – Cold Lake, AB
Presented by Kinosoo Performing Arts Association in Lake Land Inn

Saturday, February 4/06 – Winnipeg, MB
Presented by Virtuosi Concerts in Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall, University of Winnipeg