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Debut Atlantic: Liam & LaLa

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See two of CBC’s top 30 classical musicians under 30. Composed of two of Canada’s brightest young talents, Métis cellist David Liam Roberts and Atlantic Canada’s own pianist LaLa Lee, Liam & LaLa are dedicated to innovative programming and engaging performances.
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In November 2020, they made their recital debut for Cecilia Concerts at the Lilian Piercey Concert Hall in Halifax, to great acclaim. David Liam is the winner of the 1st Prize and Grand Award at the 2018 National Music Festival of Canada, as well as the 2nd Prize winner of the esteemed 2020 Michael Measures. LaLa performs extensively throughout China and Canada and has played concerti with orchestras including the Shanghai Philharmonic, Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra, and Symphony Nova Scotia. Both artists have been featured on CBC’s list of Canada’s 30 Top Classical Musicians Under 30 and are recipients of The Royal Conservatory’s most prestigious scholarships.  


Liam&LaLa performing Frédéric Chopin’s Introduction and Polonaise Brilliante in C major for Cello and Piano, Op  3: 


Press quotes: 

David Liam: “deeply thoughtful and soft-spoken artist” (Winnipeg Free Press) 

 LaLa Lee: “undoubtedly a talent to watch” (Juno Award winning composer Dinuk Wijeratne) 



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