Front Row is a new series of        online presentations featuring accomplished musicians from across Canada and beyond.                                                                  Learn about their music journey and hear them in performance.

Episode 5 - Measha Brueggergosman - Soprano Measha Brueggergosman talks about her early musical influences and how she knew as a child she would become an opera singer. She also performs "Sinnerman" with her trio along with a few surprises.

Episode 4 - Marc Destrubé - Violinist Marc Destrubé talks about how he switched from studying medicine to music, his long association with Artistic Director Edwin Huizinga, his many years performing early music, and concludes with a performance. Marc is a featured performer during SweetWater Surreal Live September 17 to 20.

Episode 3 - Julie Hereish - The second Surreal episode features cellist Julie Hereish. She talks about how her journey as a cellist began at a music camp when she was 8 growing up in Montreal. Julie also shares a little bit of Bach as well. She is one of the featured musicians performing at SweetWater Surreal Live September 17 to 20.

Episode 2 - Keith Hamm - Our first Surreal episode of Front Row featuring violist Keith Hamm, a featured performer during Surreal Live (September 17 to 20). Keith talks about his early days growing up in Rosebud, Alberta, his remembrances of coming to SweetWater as a student years ago, and also performs some Bach for our enjoyment. 


Episode 1 - Jaron Freeman-Fox - Multi-talented violinist talks about his musical journey beginning in a small town in B.C. He provides a look at what inspired him to become a musician and what he has accomplished in his career to date. He also performs a new composition, Memory

Watch for Surreal episodes featuring all of the musicians scheduled to perform at SweetWater 2020 beginning on August 27!