The Aeolian Heritage Series happens on Sunday afternoons throughout the year and will feature some amazing local performers from a variety of musical genres!
These concerts are being held to help raise money for the heritage restoration of The Aeolian and Bishop Cronyn Memorial Place.
Sunday, October 27th, 2019
Dave Southen Lounge, Aeolian Hall
2pm (Doors at 1:30pm)
$20 + Eventbrite Fee
Gina Farrugia is a jazz musician and educator from Southwestern Ontario who studied voice, violin and arts admin at UofWaterloo and started her career in Hamburg, Germany. She sings with her own trio, the Prime Time Big Band, Brain Damage-Tribute to Pink Floyd, Superbeings, country bands, church gigs and contemporary multidisciplinary projects. She has performed on a train, on the roof of a car, a Christmas parade float, a riverboat and on a firetruck. She loves when music genre lines are blurred and likes nothing better than talking shop with fellow musicians and getting the stories first hand from the masters.
Armed with an eclectic taste in music and the experience to match, Peter Karle is excited to perform & teach all styles of music that come his way. Throughout his undergraduate degree at the Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western University, Peter actively sought out diverse musical projects to hone his craft as a musician. Along with private classical guitar with Robert Kubica, Peter served as guitarist and rhythm section leader with the Western University Jazz Ensemble. Peter has also sought out conducting opportunities outside of the faculty to continue his spirit for giving music. Peter served at the 2014-25 Western Chamber Ensemble (orchestra division) as director under the tutelage of Alain Trudel. He also served as producer/ music director/conductor for Theatre Western’s Xanadu (2013) and Rent (2014) and Into the Woods (2015). Peter is currently performing as a leader/sideman and session player with various session groups around London.