Music Videos from Samuel Deason- Dame Myra Hess Concert Encore

Samuel Deason music videos- Dame Myra Hess performance encoreSamuel Deason music videos for your pleasure–

Dame Myra Hess Concert Encore


Samuel Deason performed to a standing ovation on August 31, 2016 at the weekly Dame Myra Hess concert, his second performance at this venue.

Read the Picture This Post review and profile of Canadian pianist Samuel Deason here — in “Meet Samuel Deason – Man of Music and Mushrooms”.

For your listening and viewing pleasure, here are several YouTube music videos to re-live the experience of hearing his performance for the first time or as an encore– including other performances of note–

Samuel Deason’s Orchestral Debut

In this music video, Samuel Deason is performing Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2.  This  was Deason’s orchestral debut — playing with Peter Oundjian and the Royal Conservatory Orchestra in Koerner Hall,  Toronto.



From Samuel Deason’s August 31, 2016 Program

And here are two music videos of pieces Samuel Deason had performed on August 31, 2016 –here recorded elsewhere.

Grieg Ballade Op. 24–


and, Glinka-Balakirev’s “The Lark”–


In addition to performing, Samuel Deason has a keen interest in music administration.  That combined with Deason’s love for the natural beauty of his Saskatchewan home, have inspired his dream of starting a Saskatoon Classical Music Festival some day.

Read the full story, “Saskatoon Top Five Highlights ..And Possible Sixth to Come” here.



Amy Munice

About the Author: Amy Munice

Amy Munice is Editor-in-Chief and Co-Publisher of Picture This Post. She covers books, dance, film, theater, music, museums and travel. Prior to founding Picture This Post, Amy was a freelance writer and global PR specialist for decades—writing and ghostwriting thousands of articles and promotional communications on a wide range of technical and not-so-technical topics.

Amy hopes the magazine’s click-a-picture-to-read-a-vivid-account format will nourish those ever hunting for under-discovered cultural treasures. She especially loves writing articles about travel finds, showcasing works by cultural warriors of a progressive bent, and shining a light on bold, creative strokes by fledgling artists in all genres.


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