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Lillian Brooks, mezzo-soprano

INNERchamber Ensemble

James Mason, oboe

Barbara Hankins, clarinet

Andrew Chung, violin

Ben Bolt-Martin, cello 

Anna Ronai, piano


Revival House

70 Brunswick St

Stratford, ON


Underpinning the monumental works for orchestra are foundations of form and structure carefully and masterfully prepared to bear the weight of powerful ideas. Chamber arrangements of some of the Western canon’s most iconic works highlight the elegance of their construction, opening the door to a deeper understanding of their meaning.


In chamber arrangements by Trevor Wagler and Daniel Warren, the INNERchamber Ensemble with mezzo-soprano Lillian Brooks uncover the mysteries of some of the world’s most profound works for orchestra by stripping away the varnish to reveal the essential music underneath.


Rückert-Lieder (Songs of Rückert) by Gustav Mahler

Tombeau de Couperin by Maurice Ravel

Symphony No. 101 “The Clock” by Joseph Haydn

Chamber arrangements by Trevor Wagler and Daniel Warren

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