Tickets may also be purchased by calling 613-736-0539.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to support your community.
St. Barnabas is hosting a spectacular evening of entertainment and fun for all ages. The evening starts with a program presented by Steinway called Piano Legends which might be one the most astonishing, remarkable and enjoyable piano events you have ever seen and heard! Thanks to a wonderful blend of science, music and film, you are able to experience some of the legends of the piano world performing as if they were in a live concert. Steinway’s Spirio technology allows you to enjoy many greats of the piano world on film as they are perfectly synchronized with a Steinway grand piano that precisely measures virtually every nuance of their touch and timing.
After intermission, you will be entertained by another legend, Elvis! Local entertainer Paul Anthony will have you dancing in your seats to music from the legendary Elvis Presley.
A wine, beer and cheese reception is included in your ticket purchase. Amazing silent auction onsite to bid on in support of the benefactors.
Tickets available online via Eventbrite and may also be purchased in person at the church between 12 noon and 2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Smuggler - Robert Schumann 1810-1856
Played by Yuja Wang in New York 2015
Polonaise, Opus 40. No.1, Military – Frederic Chopin 1810-1849
Played by Arthur Rubenstien in 1953
Traumerei – Robert Schumann 1810-1856
Played by Vladimir Horowitz on April 20 th , 1986
Prelude in C-sharp minor, Opus 3. No.2 – Sergei Rachmaninov 1873-1943
Played by Sergei Rachmaninov
Ballade No. 3, Opus 47 – Frederic Chopin 1810-1849
Played by Van Cliburn in 1959
Etude in D-Sharp minor, Opus 8, No. 12 – Alexander Scriabin 1872-1915
Played by Vladimir Horowitz
Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring – Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750
Played by Myra Hess circa 1940
I Got Rhythm – George Gershwin 1891-1953
Played by George Gershwin at the Manhattan Theatre in New York, August 1931
Satin Doll – Duke Ellington 1899-1974
Played by Duke Ellington in 1970
Mambo – Leonard Bernstien 1918-1990
Played by Anderson & Roe in October 2015 at the New York Steinway Factory