07.01.17 | 8pm

Festival Manifeste @ IRCAM with Ulysses Ensemble: Centre Pompidou, Paris, France 

08.07 - 08.20.17

Vianden International Music Festival and School: Faculty & Artist-in-residence | Vianden, Luxembourg


Musique Nouvelle Festival | Ligeti & Cendo with Ulysses Ensemble Royaumont, France

08.09.17 | 7:30pm

NAVO Main Series: The Powerful Lyricism of Richard Strauss        

Atonement Lutheran Church, KS | navoarts.com

09.15.17 | 7pm


Works by Brian Harman, Adam Scime, Alice Ho, Healey Willan, Heather Schmidt, Maria Molinari @ Canadian Music Center, Toronto, Canada

09.16.17 | 7:30pm

TRUE NORTH with Stephanie Chua, piano: Southminster’s Concerts by the Canal | Ottawa, Canada


09.18.17 | 7:30pm

TRUE NORTH with Stephanie Chua, piano: Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, Canada

09.25.17 | 12pm

NAVO Trio: Ruel Joyce Recital Series | JCCC, KS

10.02.17 | 7:30pm

NAVO Trio: Guest Artists Series, Benedictine College, KS

10.13.17 & 10.14.17

NAVO Main Series: Piazzolla Seasons & Schnittke piano concerto with Steven Spooner, piano | Overland Park, KS


Véronique Mathieu’s performance on her new CD ARGOT is described as "stunning with amazing technique both for the rapid passage work and for the unique sound quality used to add expression to some of the more avant-garde aspects of the piece."

NAVO presents: The powerful lyricism of Richard Strauss! Saturday September 9, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Atonement Lutheran Church (9948 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS). Featured artists will include soprano Liz Pearse, violinist Véronique Mathieu, and pianist Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich among others.

On Sunday November 19, 2017, Véronique will perform Marc-André Dalbavie’s violin concerto with Esprit Orchestra, conducted with Alex Pauk, in Koerner Hall (Toronto). Her last solo performance with Esprit Orchestra (Thomas Adès’ violin concerto) was reviewed as ‘warmly persuasive’, with ‘poise and beautiful tone…’

ARGOT is now available!!

Released in July 2017, ARGOT focuses on compositions by three titans of twentieth century European modernism: Franco Donatoni, Pierre Boulez, and Witold Lutosławski. Three works by Polish master Witold Lutosławski add piano to the mix, and deliver a much more classical personality to the album’s offerings. These works show a different side of European modernism, one based in clear extra-musical allusions and references to centuries-old musical concepts.

10.28.17 | 7:30pm

International Alliance for Women Composers: Swarthout Recital Hall, KS


Guest master class: Ho Chi Minh Conservatory, Vietnam


Recital of Canadian works for the celebrations of Canada 150 with pianist Stephanie Chua

Soul Music Hall, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

11.04.17 | 7:30pm

Recital of Canadian works for the celebrations of Canada 150

Saigon Music Club, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

11.09.17 | 12pm

Solo recital | Lawrence Music Club

11.19.17 | 8pm

Soloist with Esprit Orchestra with Alex Pauk, conductor: Dalbavie violin concerto

Koerner Hall, Toronto, Canada