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By the time he was twenty, Gould had appeared in London (Ontario), St. Catharines, Montréal, Vancouver, Calgary and Hamilton as well as Toronto.
Program for Calgary Women's Musical Club recital, November 7, 1951. Gould played works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Czerny with encores by Schoenberg and Domenico Scarlatti. This concert was probably originally scheduled for October 24, 1951
Program for Calgary Women's Musical Club recital, November 7, 1951
Program for Vancouver Symphony Orchestra concert at the Orpheum Theatre, October 28-29, 1951. At this concert, held during Gould's first tour of western Canada, he played Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58, with William Steinberg conducting. The concert was broadcast on CBC
Program for Vancouver Symphony Orchestra concert at the Orpheum Theatre, October 28-29, 1951
"Glenn Gould conquers western Canada." Publicity flyer issued by Glenn Gould's manager, Walter Homburger, that includes excerpts of reviews of Gould's concerts in Vancouver and Calgary, 1951
Program for Ladies' Morning Musical Club recital held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Montréal, November 6, 1952. Gould played works by Bach, Beethoven, Alban Berg, Brahms and Orlando Gibbons.
"Glenn Gould amazes Montreal." Publicity flyer issued by Walter Homburger, announcing the 1953-54 booking season
Program for recital at Plateau Hall in Montréal, November 7, 1955. Gould's notes on Bach's Goldberg Variations, which he played, were published in the program. View Gould's notes in HTML format
Program for recital at Plateau Hall in Montréal, November 7, 1955