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The music of the Schoen Duo dances over the boundary between classical and folk music through the ages.  As we explore the roots of music, the boundaries between musical genres fade and the music becomes timeless.  Our presentations have an intimacy that brings audiences close to the creative source of the music in an  approach that suits the house concert, coffee house, and folk club as well as the concert stage.


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About Us:

Thomas & Kathleen Schoen are classically trained performers on both historical and modern flutes and violins. Their repertoire ranges from early music on period instruments to modern works that use phrase sampler loopers and other modern technology. read more

  • June 01, 2019 15:30

    Edmonton, Canada

    Front Porch Concert 2019

    Saturday June 1 at 3:30 PM The Front Porch at 8937 – 79 Ave. Our Front Porch Concerts explore the space between the informality of street busking and the intimacy of house concerts. We are happy to announce the 2019 iteration of our Front Porch Concert on Saturday June 1 at 3:30 PM on our […]

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    Salterello (excerpt)

    Salterello (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Salterello-preview.mp3

    Siciliana (excerpt)

    Siciliana (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Siciliana-preview.mp3

    Three Reel Studies (excerpt)

    Three Reel Studies (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/3-reel-studies-preview.mp3

    Red River Dances (excerpt)

    Red River Dances (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Red-River-Dances-Preview.mp3

    Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt)

    Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Kuhlau-Variations-Preview.mp3

    Profile (excerpts)

    In this EP we demonstrate the wide variety of styles we can cover. Medieval and Baroque music on period instruments, modern compositions that recall folk traditions, Native American and Metis melodies, and, of course, a little bit of classical music too.   About the Music: Salterello: This anonymous Italian dance from c.1400 is played on […]