Paul Marleyn, cello & Katherine Dowling, piano in recital

August 22nd | 7:30pm
Darke Hall, 2255 College Avenue

“The Slavic Soul”
Rachmaninov – Vocalise 
Prokofiev – Sonata 
Pärt – Spiegel Im Spiegel 
Popper – Hungarian Rhapsody 
Gayane Chebotaryan – Prelude no. 3 
Schedrin – In the Style of Albeniz 

Prairie Cello Institute Faculty Cellists in Performance
Works for solo and multiple cellos

Paul Marleyn, Simon Fryer, Christine Bootland, Scott McKnight, Joel MacDonald

August 24th | 7:00pm
Shubox Theatre, Riddell Centre
University of Regina

Prairie Cello Institute Closing Concert

Our students demonstrate the work they have accomplished over the course of the week with works for cello ensembles small and large.

August 25th | 6:00pm
Shubox Theatre, Riddell Centre
University of Regina

Cellist Paul Marleyn tours regularly in North America, Europe and Asia. As a frequent
participant in summer festivals including the Prussia Cove, Busan, Festival of the Sound,
Domaine Forget, Casalmaggiore, Leicester and Ottawa international festivals, he collaborates
with artists such as Boris Berman, Miriam Fried, James Somerville, Paul Neubauer, Marc-André
Hamelin, Steven Dann, Joshua Bell, and with members of the Tokyo, Vermeer, St. Lawrence and
Hagen quartets. He has appeared as soloist the Belgrade Philharmonic, European Chamber,
Winnipeg Symphony, Symphony Nova Scotia, Kitchener-Waterloo, Thunder Bay and Manitoba
Chamber orchestras. Since 2000, Paul has been Artistic Director of the Agassiz International
Chamber Music Festival in Winnipeg, and in 2006, joined the Trio Hochelaga, a group currently
recording a series of discs of French music for the ATMA label. Paul Marleyn has made several
compact disc recordings as on the United Records, CALA, Agassiz, Signum Classics, CBC and RCA
Victor labels. From 1993-7, Paul was Principal Cellist of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Orchestra, and has served at professor of cello at the University of Manitoba, and most recently
at the University of Ottawa.