2000 Archive

January 29, 2000 (WORLD PREMIERE): Common Threads: Concerto for Orchestra 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

February 6, 2000: First there was light will be performed by mezzosoprano Joanne Uniatowski and pianist Michael Borowitz at Alfred University’s Susan Howell Hall in Alfred, New York

February 21, 2000: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the Collaborations String Quartet (Marie Bérard & Paul Zevenhuisen, violins; Valerie Kuinka, viola; and Maurizio Baccante, cello) as part of a Collaborations concert at du Maurier Theatre Centre in Toronto, Ontario

February 26, 2000 (US PREMIERE): Visions of Joy will be performed by the South Dakota Symphony, conducted by Susan Haig, at Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

February 27, 2000: Visions of Joy will be performed by the South Dakota Symphony, conducted by Susan Haig, at Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

March 9-19, 2000: Quantum Mechanics will be performed across the Maritime provinces as part of a Début Atlantic tour by the Toronto String Quartet (Martin Beaver & Annalee Patipatanakoon, violins; David Harding, viola; and Roman Borys, cello)

March 21, 2000: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the Toronto String Quartet (Martin Beaver & Annalee Patipatanakoon, violins; David Harding, viola; and Roman Borys, cello) at the Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto, Ontario. Presented by Music TORONTO

April 5, 2000 (WORLD PREMIERE): Poison Wind will receive its world premiere performance by harpist Erica Goodman and percussionist Beverley Johnston, at Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, Ontario. Part of Encounters 2000, presented by Soundstreams Canada and Two New Hours

April 5, 2000: ecce homo will be performed by the Encounters Ensemble, conducted by Gary Kulesha, at Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, Ontario. Part of Encounters 2000, presented by Soundstreams Canada and Two New Hours

April 5, 2000: Two-by-Four will be performed by marimbist Beverley Johnston with the Encounters Ensemble, conducted by Gary Kulesha, at Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, Ontario. Part of Encounters 2000, presented by Soundstreams Canada and Two New Hours

May 7, 2000: ecce homo willl be performed by the Elmer Iseler Singers, conducted by Lydia Adams, at St. James Cathedral in Toronto, Ontario

May 26, 2000 (WORLD PREMIERE): And The Children Shall Lead will receive its world premiere performance by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Suzuki String School of Guelph‘s Concorde Ensemble, and local Grade 8 student percussionists, all conducted by Anthony Elliott, at the River Run Centre in Guelph, Ontario. Part of the Guelph Spring Festival

November 5, 2000 (WORLD PREMIERE): Paint the Light will receive its world premiere performance by combined choirs from the University of Victoria, the University of Alberta, the University of Manitoba, and Memorial University of Newfoundland, all conducted by Robert Sund, at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario. Presented by Soundstreams Canada as part of the 2000 Massey Hall New Music Festival

November 10, 2000: Fata Morgana will be performed by flutist Camille Watts, violist Susan Lipchak, and harpist Janice Lindskoog, at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario. Presented by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as part of the 2000 Massey Hall New Music Festival

December 11, 2000: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig at the University of Toronto’s Macmillan Theatre in Toronto, Ontario

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