Schulich @ McCord


McCord Museum 690 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E9, CA
Free Admission

Rising Stars of the Schulich School of Music - The Next Generation of Chamber Musicians

Eevee Quintet

Benjamin Kronk, violin

Kimberly Durflinger, violin

Angela Chen, viola

Aiden Russell, cello

Erin Patterson, cello


Franz Schubert (1797–1828) 

String Quintet in C major, D, 956

I. Allegro ma non troppo

II. Adagio

III. Scherzo. Presto. Trio. Adante sostenuto

IV. Allegretto - Più allegro




Florence Sextet

Ladusa Chang-Ou, violin

Sienna Cho, violin

Julien Altmann, viola

David Montreuil, viola

Solina Lee, cello

Tsung-Yu Tsai, cello


Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)

Souvenir de Florence, Op.70

III. Allegretto moderato
II. Adagio cantabile e con moto
I. Allegro con spirito


Florence Sextet

Formed in a friendly environment at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University, the Florence Sextet is thrilled to present Tchaikovsky's "Souvenir de Florence" at the McCord Museum. Coached by Prof. Douglas McNabey, the group includes Ladusa Chang-Ou (violin), Sienna Cho (violin), Julien Altmann (viola), David Montreuil (viola), Solina Lee (cello) and Tsung-Yu Tsai (cello). The sextet is also looking forward to performing this work again at McGill University’s Redpath Hall on April 15.


Eevee Quintet

Hailing from both Canada and the United States, all members of the Eevee Quintet are currently pursuing performance degrees at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University. Violinists Benjamin Kronk and Kimberly Durflinger study with professors Alexander Read and Andrew Wan, respectively. Violist Angela Chen is currently in the studio of Steven Dann and both Aiden Russell and Erin Patterson study with professor Matt Haimovitz. Currently under the guidance of Douglas McNabney, the Eevee Quintet has had the opportunity to work with internationally acclaimed artists such as Matt Haimovitz, Meta Weiss and Wolfgang Redik. Upcoming concerts include another performance of Schubert’s Cello Quintet in C major on April 8th at 8 pm at McGill University’s Redpath Hall.


In collaboration with the McCord Museum