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Cello rocks

Cello Child of Rock Alan Stellings, cello

 Guelph Tribune January 27, 2006

cello music picture of cellist alan stellings Professional cellist Alan Stellings, shown with his cat Smudge, has released his third CD, titled Cello Child of Rock. Interpretations of 12 big rock music hits played on solo cello. Stellings is best known for his prowess in the classical and jazz genres, but in a news release, the Guelph resident says "classic rock has provided the sound track of his life."


Wellington County Museum and Archives

Gallery Concert Series

Oct 16, 2005

A six-performance Sunday afternoon concert series presented by the community, for the community.

Music in a beautiful setting, --the Exhibit Hall, free admission to the Museum & Archives with concert admission. Refreshments served.

This programme is presented by The Gallery Music Group, an associated group of the Elora Arts Council.

Cerberus String Trio:
Sean Bennesch, violin
Henry Janzen, viola
Alan Stellings, cello


TTororonto International Chamber Music Festival
Toronto International Chamber Music Festival

July 6 - 8, 2005

Studio Theatre, Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St.; 416-872-1111

Fanfare for a Festival. Piano Duo Anagnoson & Kinton; John Fanning, baritone; Penderecki String Quartet; Lenard Whiting, tenor; Festival Vocal Quartet. $20

A Musical Goulash. Mary Kenedi, William Shookhoff, pianists; Alan Stellings, cello; Festival Vocal Quartet & other performers. $20

Jazz in the Chamber. Without Words Jazz Trio; Gisele Kulak & Edward Franko, vocalists. $20

An Intimate Evening with Luba Goy. Guests: Bonita Boyd, flute; Nicholas Goluses, guitar; Lenard Whiting, tenor; Nina Scott-Stoddart, contralto & others. $20

The Future Music All-Stars. Lucy-Ana Gaston, violin; Allison Wiebe & Susan Smith, piano duo; Benjamin Smith, piano; Sarah Ormerod, soprano. $20

James Campbell and Friends. James Campbell, clarinet; Penderecki String Quartet; Moshe Hammer, violin; Lenard Whiting, tenor; Shoshana Friedman, soprano; Festival Vocal Quartet. $20