2001 Archive

January 20, 2001: Conflict from Common Threads: Concerto for Orchestra will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

January 21, 2001: Conflict from Common Threads: Concerto for Orchestra will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

January 21, 2001: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the WSO String Quartet (Gwen Hoebig, Karl Stobbe, violins; Daniel Scholz, viola; Arek Tesarczyk, cello) at Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Part of the Winnipeg Symphony New Music Festival

April 6, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): After Storm will receive its world premiere performance by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, at Alfred University in Alfred, New York, USA

April 18, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): Violet Crumble will receive its world premiere performance by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

April 21, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

April 21, 2001 (2 performances): Visions of Joy will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

April 23, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at St. Mary’s Secondary School in Port Hope, Ontario

April 24, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at Queen’s University’s Grant Hall in Kingston, Ontario

April 25, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at Aultsville Hall in Cornwall, Ontario

April 27, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Ontario

April 28, 2001: After Storm will be performed by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, at Alfred University in Alfred, New York, USA

May 11, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): Bellatrix will receive its world premiere performance by violinist Eugene Nakamura at the Salle Claude-Champagne in Montréal, Québec. Part of the 31st CBC Radio National Competition for Young Performers

May 11, 2001: Bellatrix will be performed by violinist Cédric Cohen-McCollum at the Salle Claude-Champagne in Montréal, Québec. Part of the 31st CBC Radio National Competition for Young Performers

May 11, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): Bellatrix will receive its world premiere performance by cellist Rafael Hoekman at the Salle Claude-Champagne in Montréal, Québec. Part of the 31st CBC Radio National Competition for Young Performers

May 11, 2001: Bellatrix will be performed by cellist Kaori Yamagami at the Salle Claude-Champagne in Montréal, Québec. Part of the 31st CBC Radio National Competition for Young Performers

May 11, 2001: Bellatrix will be performed by cellist Stéphanie Meyer at the Salle Claude-Champagne in Montréal, Québec. Part of the 31st CBC Radio National Competition for Young Performers

May 27, 2001: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the Toronto String Quartet (Martin Beaver, Annalee Patipatanakoon, violins; David Harding, viola; Roman Borys, cello) at the National Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario

July 29, 2001 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Bellatrix will be performed by cellist Stéphanie Meyer at the Kongresszentrum, 16. Internationales Musik Festival in Davos, Switzerland

August 9, 2001: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the Toronto String Quartet (Martin Beaver, Annalee Patipatanakoon, violins; David Harding, viola; Roman Borys, cello) at the Festival Hall in Parry Sound, Ontario

September 8, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): Found Frozen will receive its world premiere performance by soprano Brenda Frye and pianist Michael Borowitz, at the University of Arkansas Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA

November 5, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Boris Brott, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

November 6, 2001: Violet Crumble will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Boris Brott, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario

November 17, 2001 (US premiere): Conflict from Common Threads: Concerto for Orchestra will be performed by the South Dakota Symphony, conducted by Susan Haig, at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA

November 20, 2001 (WORLD PREMIERE): She Threw It Down, Anathema will receive its world premiere performance by the Amici Chamber Ensemble (Joaquin Valdepeñas, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Peter Longworth, piano) and The Hannaford Street Silver Band, conducted by Gary Kulesha, at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario

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