Carolyn maule

Carolyn Maule


“Maule’s sensitive accompaniment brought to life the phrase ‘Every note has a living Soul’...the piano sang with lyrical grace” (David Richards, Toronto Concert Reviews 2016) Much in demand as a vocal accompanist, Canadian pianist Carolyn Maule has worked with such renowned artists as Michael Schade, Monica Whicher, Patricia Racette, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Norine Burgess, Elizabeth Turnbull, and is often heard in recital with her husband, baritone Russell Braun. She has performed in London’s Wigmore Hall, New York’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu, the National Arts Center, Roy Thomson Hall, Koerner Hall and accompanied recitals in Salzburg, Hamburg, Chicago, Cleveland and New York, as well as at music festivals across Canada, most recently the Festival of the Sound in Parry Sound, and Sweet Water Festival in Owen Sound. Carolyn Maule’s performances have been broadcast on BBC Radio, CBC Radio, Radio- Canada and WQXR-FM in New York. She is featured on recordings including Schubert's Winterreise (CBC Records) Le Souvenir (CMC Records), two CDs of Bach excerpts with the Toronto Bach Consort, as well as recordings for the Ukrainian Art Song Project. Carolyn has taken part in the first four years of a cross country live broadcast Mysterious Barricades Concert which brings awareness and hope for those dealing with the illness of suicide. Rémi Pelletier