1999 Archive

January 22, 1999: Fusion from Quantum Mechanics will be performed by members of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra at Assumption University Chapel in Windsor, Ontario. Part of the Windsor Symphony’s Canadian Music Festival III

January 23, 1999 (WORLD PREMIERE): Fata Morgana will receive its world premiere perfomance by Music Umbrella (Carol Savage, flute; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Lori Gemmell, harp) at Eastminster United Church in Toronto, Ontario

March 15, 1999: Five Portentous Preludes will be performed by Shawn Spicer (trumpet), Drew Stephen (French horn) and Dale Sorensen (trombone) as part of the Eclectic Café at Barcode in Toronto, Ontario

March 25, 1999: The Art of Declension will be performed by the Queen’s Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gordon Craig, at Queen’s University’s Grant Hall in Kingston, Ontario

April 30, 1999 (WORLD PREMIERE): Triple Witching will receive its world premiere performance by the Amici Chamber Ensemble (Joaquin Valdepeñas, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Patricia Parr, piano) at Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, Ontario

May 2, 1999 (WORLD PREMIERE): Orillia Panorama will receive its world premiere performance by the Orillia Wind Ensemble, conducted by Roy Menagh, at the Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium, Orillia Opera House, in Orillia, Ontario

June 4, 1999: Fata Morgana will be performed by Music Umbrella (Carol Savage, flute; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Lori Gemmell, harp) at Ryerson Polytechnic University in Toronto, Ontario. Presented by Global and Local Responsibility for a Just and Sustainable Civilization at their Evolution of World Order Conference 1999

August 3, 1999: Fata Morgana will be performed by Music Umbrella (Carol Savage, flute; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Lori Gemmell, harp) at First Baptist Church, Ottawa, Ontario. Part of the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival

October 16, 1999: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig at Cleary International Centre Chrysler Theatre in Windsor, Ontario

November 18, 1999: ecce homo will be performed by the Elmer Iseler Singers, conducted by Lydia Adams, at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario

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