Ken Hall - Flute

Ken Hall

Flute

Earned a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the University of Calgary while also completing all the requirements for a degree in Composition in a four year program, the first in the history of the school to do so. On graduation, he was awarded the Faculty of Fine Arts Gold Medal, for the highest grade point of all fine arts graduates.

After doing some post-graduate studies in theory and musicology at the University of Calgary, he earned a Master in Performance from the University of Toronto.

He founded and ran two chamber music series in Toronto with Michael Westwood. Eros Music, and Con Fuoco produced over a dozen concerts over three seasons. Ken stays active as an orchestral, chamber musician and soloist, and also enjoys playing the medieval gemshorn with The Gemsmen.

Following his eclectic tastes and a growing appreciation for opera, Ken has worked as a music librarian, stage manager, and production manager. Ken is now the Managing Director of the Canadian Children’s Opera Company, where he has worked in every administrative capacity over the last thirteen years.

Ken Hall

Flute

Earned a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the University of Calgary while also completing all the requirements for a degree in Composition in a four year program, the first in the history of the school to do so. On graduation, he was awarded the Faculty of Fine Arts Gold Medal, for the highest grade point of all fine arts graduates.

After doing some post-graduate studies in theory and musicology at the University of Calgary, he earned a Master in Performance from the University of Toronto.

He founded and ran two chamber music series in Toronto with Michael Westwood. Eros Music, and Con Fuoco produced over a dozen concerts over three seasons. Ken stays active as an orchestral, chamber musician and soloist, and also enjoys playing the medieval gemshorn with The Gemsmen.

Following his eclectic tastes and a growing appreciation for opera, Ken has worked as a music librarian, stage manager, and production manager. Ken is now the Managing Director of the Canadian Children’s Opera Company, where he has worked in every administrative capacity over the last thirteen years.

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