1998 Archive

January 21, 1998: Angel Seasons will be performed by soprano Peggy Dwyer 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

February 22, 1998 (WORLD PREMIERE): Eternal Silence, Infinite Spaces will receive its world premiere performance by Esprit Orchestra, conducted by Alex Pauk, at the Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, in Toronto, Ontario

March 1, 1998: ecce homo will be performed by the Brandon Chamber Players, conducted by T. Patrick Carrabré at Brandon University’s Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon, Manitoba. Part of Brandon New Music.

March 2, 1998 (WORLD PREMIERE): Quantum Mechanics will receive its world premiere performance by Nandor Szederkényi & Hanako Tanimoto, violins; Nora Szederkényi, viola; and Dana Glinski, cello, at Brandon University’s Lorne Watson Recital Hall in Brandon, Manitoba. Part of Brandon New Music

March 11, 1998: First there was light will be performed by mezzosoprano Joanne Uniatowski and pianist Michael Borowitz at the University of Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee

March 13, 1998: First there was light will be performed by mezzosoprano Joanne Uniatowski and pianist Michael Borowitz in a live concert broadcast on WKNO-FM’s Friday Live Lunch in Memphis, Tennessee

March 16, 1998: First there was light will be performed by mezzosoprano Joanne Uniatowski and pianist Michael Borowitz at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio

March 29, 1998: Stillpoint will be performed by Collaborations (Susan Hoeppner, alto flute; Lori Gemmell, harp; David Greenberg, violin; and Valerie Kuinka, viola) at du Maurier Theatre Centre in Toronto, Ontario

April 26, 1998: ecce homo willl be performed by the Alfred University Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Clarke, at Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church in Alfred, New York

May 9, 1998 (WORLD PREMIERE): The Art of Declension will receive its world premiere performance by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at the Cleary International Centre Chrysler Theatre in Windsor, Ontario

May 22, 1998 (WORLD PREMIERE): Prologue: Two Households will receive its world premiere performance by the Singers’ Club of Cleveland and Cleveland Concert Opera, with pianist Michael Borowitz, conducted by Thomas Shellhammer, at Cleveland State University’s Waetjen Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio

June 9, 1998: The Art of Declension will be recorded for broadcast by the CBC Vancouver Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at the CBC studios in Vancouver, British Columbia

September 6, 1998: To Boldly Go from The Art of Declension will be performed by the Inter-provincial Music Camp Symphonic Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, in McKellar, Ontario

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