2004 Archive

January 16, 2004: The Laurels will be performed by soprano Tamara Hummel and baritone Alexander Dobson, with members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Rosemary Thomson, at the Performance Centre at the Roundhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia

January 28, 2004: Triple Witching will be performed by Trio Chalifoux at the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur in Montréal, Québec

February 1, 2004 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Triple Witching will be performed by pianist Bramwell Tovey and soloists from l’Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg at the Villa Louvigny in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

February 21, 2004: …and there was… will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Tania Miller, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

February 23, 2004: …and there was… will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Tania Miller, at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver, British Columbia

February 23-26, 2004: Excerpts from Pangaea will be performed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michelle Mourre, as part of its educational concert series at Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, Manitoba

February 25, 2004: Pangaea will be performed by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Geoffrey Moull, at the Italian-Canadian Cultural Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario

February 26, 2004: Gracey Blue will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with student soloists, conducted by Tania Miller, as part of its educational concert series, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 1, 2004: Gracey Blue will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with student soloists, conducted by Tania Miller, as part of its educational concert series, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 4, 2004: Gracey Blue will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with student soloists, conducted by Tania Miller, as part of its educational concert series, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 8, 2004: Gracey Blue will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with student soloists, conducted by Tania Miller, as part of its educational concert series, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 12, 2004: ecce homo will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, with solo choreography and dance by Barbara Bourget of Kokoro Dance, at the Performance Centre at the Roundhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 13, 2004: ecce homo will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, with solo choreography and dance by Barbara Bourget of Kokoro Dance, at the Performance Centre at the Roundhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 27, 2004 (WORLD PREMIERE): Three Songs for CB will receive its world premiere performance by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, with cellist Kim Cook and string quartet, at St. Jude’s Catholic Church in Alfred, New York

April 16, 2004: Two-by-Four will be performed by marimbist Vern Griffiths and members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Tania Miller, at the Performance Centre at the Roundhouse, Vancouver, British Columbia

April 25, 2004 (WORLD PREMIERE): Epitaph will receive its world premiere performance by Elektra Women’s Choir with the Andrew Dawes Chamber Ensemble, conducted by Morna Edmundson, at Ryerson United Church in Vancouver, British Columbia

April 29, 2004: Excerpts from Pangaea will be performed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michelle Mourre, as part of its educational concert series in Brandon, Manitoba

May 17-24, 2004 (SOUTH AMERICAN PREMIERE): Three Songs for CB will be performed by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, with cellist Kim Cook and string quartet, as part of its Peruvian tour, at various venues throughout Peru

May 19, 2004: The Art of Declension will be performed by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Warren, at the River Run Centre in Guelph, Ontario

June 12, 2004: The Chalice of Becoming will be performed by violinist Jacques Israelievitch and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

June 13, 2004: The Chalice of Becoming will be performed by violinist Jacques Israelievitch and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

June 14, 2004: The Chalice of Becoming will be performed by violinist Jacques Israelievitch and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia

June 14, 2004: Found Frozen will be performed by soprano Zorana Sadiq and pianist Christopher Foley, at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto, Ontario

July 15, 2004: Bellatrix will be performed by violinist Mark Fewer at the D. F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University School of Music in St. John’s, Newfoundland

September, 2004 through 04/05 season (various dates and venues): Visions of Joy will be performed by the Florida Orchestra, conducted by Susan Haig, as part of its 24-concert Youth Concert Series across Florida, USA

October 17, 2004: Elemental will be performed by violinist Rebecca Whitling and percussionist Vern Griffiths of Standing Wave, at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia

October 28, 2004: Bellatrix will be performed by cellist Stéphanie Meyer at Ground Zero Theater in Baden, Switzerland

December 2, 2004 (WORLD PREMIERE): Slash (string quartet #2) will receive its world premiere performance by the Arditti Quartet at the Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, in Toronto, Ontario. Presented by Music TORONTO

December 5, 2004 (US PREMIERE): Slash (string quartet #2) will be performed by the Arditti Quartet at the Field Concert Hall, Curtis Institute of Music, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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