CBC at Chamberfest 2013

It's summertime in Ottawa and you know what that means? Summer music festivals, of course, and one of the big ones, Chamberfest, kicks off July 25 and runs though August 8.


CBC Ottawa will have all kinds of feature interviews with artists and the people who bring this festival to life. Tune in starting July 25 to get your fill.

If you miss an interview, have no fear! We'll be posting all of our 2013 Chamberfest content here.


Element Choir on All in a Day -Thursday, August 1, 2013




Rising Stars on In Town and Out - Saturday, July 27, 2013
In Town and Out host Giacomo Panico talks to a couple of young musicians as they prepare for Chamberfest's Rising Stars concert, July 28 at Saint Brigid's Centre for the Arts.






Measha Brueggergosman on All in a Day - Thursday, July 26, 2013

   


Opening Night on CBC News Ottawa - Thursday, July 25, 2013




From the Archives

CBC Ottawa has a long history covering Chamberfest. A quick dive into our archives brought up all kinds of treasures. 


For instance, we had the pleasure of speaking with Rob Kapilow, who will reprise his "What Makes It Great?" series at Chamberfest this year. Here, he gives a sneak peek at why we love Mozart's "A Little Night Music". Originally broadcast on Ottawa Morning, August 7, 2012.


   


Last year Chamberfest marked the rebirth of a 236-year old Fortepiano, refurbished thanks to the hard work of a Carleton University student. Host Alan Neal spoke with music professor James Wright about the project. Originally broadcast on All in a Day, July 22, 2012.




This year will be no different; CBC Ottawa will have all kinds of feature interviews with artists and the people who bring this festival to life. Tune in starting July 25 to get your fill. 

Ottawa Morning, with host Robyn Bresnahan, weekdays 5:30 - 8:30 a.m., CBC Radio One, 91.5 FM

All in a Day, with host Alan Neal, weekdays 3 - 6 p.m., CBC Radio One, 91.5 FM

And for coverage of opening day, watch CBC News Ottawa with anchors Lucy van Oldenbarneveld and Adrian Harewood on CBC Television, 5 - 6:30 p.m.

Fortepiano Photo credit: Princess Ruto


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