I hope that you are all well and self-isolating as best can be.
Our silent movie night with Ian Sadler had to be postponed until Friday, Oct. 30. An opportunity to hear and see Ian is available today at 12:00 noon at the following YouTube link found below. This is a late notice but his concert is easily repeated by clinking the link anytime.
I thought this would give us all a sample of this man’s talent.
Today’s concert is dedicated in memory of the Nova Scotia tragedy and loss of lives.
We hope that this email reaches you and your family safe and well.
Following the very tragic shootings in Nova Scotia last week, we thought you might like to know that Ian has devoted a small segment of his Tuesday recital, this coming Tuesday, April 28, to the memory of the 22 souls who lost their lives. He offers a poignant moment in the recital with Dvorak’s Psalm 23 and Elgar’s Nimrod from Enigma Variations. The half hour programme goes out on Tuesday at 12 noon but can be viewed anytime thereafter. Please see the link below.
We send our love and best wishes to you all.
Ian & Catharine
Ian Sadler B.A., B.Ed., F.R.C.C.O. (Hon.), F.T.C.L., A.R.C.O.
For St. Paul’s Cathedral Sunday morning services (c. 25 min) and Ian’s weekly Tuesday recital (c. 25 min) please visit the following link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-BMB6hH8GLlnWLvPMSk0g/videos
Organist & Director of Music, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London
Conductor, Stratford Concert Choir
Artistic Director, Cathedral Singers of Ontario
26 Earl Street, Stratford, Ontario Canada N5A 6G2