The Ezra Duo visits North Bay for the sixth concert of their Women in Music tour! In honor of March being Women’s History Month, The Ezra Duo is touring with a program of exclusively female composers.

Teresa Procaccini: Dialogo
Clara Schumann: Three Romances
Jean Coulthard: Sonata-Rhapsody
Jennifer Higdon: Sonata for Viola and Piano
Rebecca Clarke: Sonata for Viola and Piano

Approximate run time is 90 minutes.

Biography Highlights
+ Formed at The Glenn Gould School in 2016
+ Have performed across North America and in Europe
+ Have appeared in Toronto’s Koerner Hall and New York’s Carnegie Hall
+ Won First Prize in the Great Composers Competition (The Art of Chamber Music, and The Music of America), Golden Classical Music Awards, Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, and IMKA Music Competition
+ Competed in the prestigious Città Metropolitana Chamber Music Competition in Turin, Italy
+ Learn more about The Ezra Duo at


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age for admission to the concert. With regards to small children, in defference to other concertgoes, please make a realistic decision of whether your child will be able to sit through the concert without disturbing others, or interrupting the performace.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact, or through the submissions page at with any questions about the event. For questions about the venue (parking, accessibility, etc), please contact the office at Highpoint Episcopal Community Church.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You must show proof of a purchased ticket for entry to the concert. A printed ticket is acceptable, though you may also show a digital ticket on an electronic device.

Is my ticket transferrable?

Yes. If you so choose, you may give your ticket to another person, provided they meet the conditions of the ticket. PLEASE NOTE: A Student/Senior ticket may be transferred to a person ineligible for the Student/Senior ticket, provided they pay the difference at the door. The new ticketholder will still be eligible for online pricing (i.e. the new ticketholder will pay a $7 difference at the door). All door transactions are cash only. If a General Admission ticket is transferred to a person eligible for the Student/Senior ticket, the price difference will not be refunded to either party.

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