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Ingrid Waldron, Dalhousie University

Tue, Apr 24 7:00 PM (90 min)
It is not lost on many Canadians that Nova Scotia has had a long and rather unique history with racism and has been perceived as being rather slow to address the structural and institutional implications of that history in Indigenous and African Nova Scotian communities.
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Roger Melko, Perimeter Institute and University of Waterloo

Wed, May 2 7:00 PM (90 min)
Can computers think? They can certainly calculate - with staggering speed and every-increasing power - and they have driven scientific and technological advances that would have been impossible without them. Even so, we would like to believe that, for some puzzles, there's no substitute for old-fashioned human intuition. But this view may be changing.
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Leila Josefowicz, violin and John Novacek, piano

Wed, Nov 14 7:30 PM
“Highly imaginative curation; musicality in every note; and a winning ability to communicate” are just a few critical reactions for Canadian-American violinist Leila Josefowicz’s recent recital at Wigmore Hall. Along with her critically acclaimed musical collaborator, pianist John Novacek, they will set Perimeter’s theatre alight.
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David Fray, piano

Wed, Feb 20, 2019 7:30 PM
After being named “Newcomer of the Year” in 2008 by BBC Music Magazine, French pianist David Fray has embarked on an active career as a recitalist, soloist, and chamber musician worldwide. In his most recent CD of Chopin works, David Fray is “fluid and shimmering.” With his natural elegance and exquisite musicality, Fray’s eloquent performance will make for an intoxicating evening of piano virtuosity.
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Jonathan Roozeman, cello with Jan-Paul Roozeman, piano

Thu, Mar 28, 2019 7:30 PM
Finnish-Dutch cellist Jonathan Roozeman is already establishing himself as a cellist of exceptional musical integrity. At the age of 17, Jonathan won the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition, making him the youngest prize-winner ever. From there, he has played with the world’s most renowned orchestras and conductors. Perimeter is extremely proud to have this young talent and his pianist brother grace our stage.
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