August 11: Festival of the Sound, Braid Corona Divinae Misericordiae.
August 4: Festival of the Sound, Afternoon at St. James, Telemann trio Sonata, Leclair Flute Sonata.
August 3: Festival of the Sound, Tea Talk ‘The Glenn We Knew’, with James Campbell.
August 2: Festival of the Sound, 11am Handel Largo and Bach Sonata with Erica Goodman, harp.
3:30 pm Syrinx and Ravel Introduction and Allegro.
7:30 pm Handel Harp Concerto, Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto.
July 21: Festival of the Sound opening concert, with Festival Winds.
Some Highlights of the 2016-17 season
June 1-4: Cd recording with harpist Erica Goodman.
2017 March 8: flute class at Melbourne Conservatorium.
Some Highlights of the 2015-16 season
A review of “The Musical Clock & Other Timeless Masterpieces” in The WholeNote
“Yes, a clever title for a most interesting programme of music, mostly for flute and piano but with two compositions for solo flute, impeccably performed by Camerata co-founder Suzanne Shulman and pianist, Valerie Tryon. From the opening Allegro vivace from Haydn’s The Musical Clock (the first of five) you can hear the great chemistry between the two, and it gets even better…”
September 16, 2016: Released TODAY on Marquis Classics recordings: “The Musical Clock & Other Timeless Masterpieces” Suzanne Shulman, flute, Valerie Tryon Piano. Music by Haydn, Mozart, Bonis, Poulenc, Somers and Barnes.
July and August ‘Mozart Effect’ recording sessions at Glenn Gould studio in Toronto. Movements of 2 Mozart Flute concerti, Concerto for Flute and Harp, Andante in C, Quartet in C major, Divertimenti, Symphony movements and others.
Recital at Melba Hall, University of Melbourne with Australian pianist Leigh Harrold.
Master class for woodwinds at the University of Melbourne.
Mozart D major Flute Concerto performance with the Symphony Orchestra of Karol Namyslowski in Zamosc, Poland. Conductor Tadeusz Wicherek.
Recital with harpist Erica Goodman at McMaster University, ‘A Midday English Serenade.’
Release of the ‘Young Flutist’s Anthology’ CD recorded in May 2015. Preview and purchase on Bandcamp
“A Young Flutist’s Anthology” offers artist recordings of favourite repertoire for flute students ranging from beginner to advanced levels. Performed by renowned Canadian flutist Suzanne Shulman and pianist Valerie Tryon, the album has been carefully curated by experienced teachers to provide reference materials and also inspiration for flute lovers of all ages. In addition to classical standards, several multi-part arrangements by noted arranger Noelle Perrin have been included. These are an excellent addition to any studio teacher’s ready materials.