1997 Archive

January 17, 1997 (WORLD PREMIERE): ecce homo in its string orchestra version will receive its world premiere by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival

January 22, 1997: Five Portentous Preludes will be performed by Ross Turner, trumpet; Martin Limoges, horn; and Dale Sorensen, trombone, at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival

January 24, 1997 (WORLD PREMIERE): …and there was… will receive its world premiere by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival

January 24, 1997: Two-by-Four will be performed by marimbist Steven Wassmansdorf and members of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival

March 19-21, 1997 (WORLD PREMIERE): Visions of Joy will receive its world premiere performance by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sarah John, at Cleary International Centre Chrysler Theatre in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Symphony Rotary School Concerts (5 performances)

March 25, 1997: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sarah John, at the Chatham Cultural Centre in Chatham, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Symphony Rotary School Concerts (3 performances)

March 26, 1997: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sarah John, at St. Thomas of Villanova Auditorium in LaSalle, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Symphony Rotary School Concerts (2 performances)

March 27, 1997: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sarah John, at New Migration Hall Auditorium in Kingsville, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Symphony Rotary School Concerts (2 performances)

April 20, 1997: Elemental will be performed by violinist Anna Hughes and percussionist Steven Wassmansdorf at Farmer Memorial Baptist Church in Toronto, Ontario

May 1, 1997: Quantum Mechanics will be part of a reading session of new works with the Arditti Quartet as part of First International Strings of the Future Festival/Symposium, at the University of Ottawa’s Freiman Hall in Ottawa, Ontario

May 10, 1997: Visions of Joy will receive its world premiere performance by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sarah John, at Cleary International Centre Chrysler Theatre in Windsor, Ontario

November 5, 1997 (CANADIAN PREMIERE): Ophélie will be performed by soprano Monica Whicher and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario. Part of the Made in Canada Festival

November 17, 1997: ecce homo will be performed by the Windsor Strings, conducted by Margaret Krause, at Mackenzie Hall in Windsor, Ontario. Part of Contemporary Showcase 1997

December 6, 1997: ecce homo will be performed by the Windsor Strings, conducted by Margaret Krause, at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario

December 7, 1997: ecce homo will be performed by the Alfred University Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Clarke, at Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church in Alfred, New York

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