2006 Archive

January 22, 2006: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Niagara Symphony, conducted by Daniel Swift, at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre in St. Catharines, Ontario

February 14, 2006: Vesica Piscis will be performed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by music director Andrey Boreyko, as part of the Centara Corporation International New Music Festival

February 25, 2006 (WORLD PREMIERE): Symphony #1: Fugitive Colours will receive its world premiere performance by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Bramwell Tovey, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC

February 26, 2006: Vesica Piscis, performed by the Winnipeg Symphony as part of the Centara Corporation New Music Festival, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Two New Hours

February 27, 2006: Symphony #1: Fugitive Colours will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Bramwell Tovey, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC

March 2, 2006 (WORLD PREMIERE): String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta), inspired by Tolstoy’s Kreutzer Sonata, will receive its world premiere performance by the Penderecki String Quartet at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto, Ontario, presented by Music TORONTO

March 3, 2006: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Penderecki String Quartet at the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society in Waterloo, Ontario

March 13, 2006 (ASIAN PREMIERE): Visions of Joy will receive its Asian premiere performance by the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ken Hsieh, at the Taipei National Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan

March 16, 2006: Quantum Mechanics will be performed by the Infinitus String Quartet as part of the Sonic Boom Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia

March 19, 2006: Symphony #1: Fugitive Colours, performed by the Vancouver Symphony conducted by music director Bramwell Tovey, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Two New Hours

March 29, 2006: Slash (String Quartet #2), performed by the Arditti Quartet, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s In Performance

April 12, 2006: Vesica Piscis, performed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra conducted by music director Andrey Boreyko, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s In Performance

May 9, 2006: Symphony #1: Fugitive Colours, performed by the Vancouver Symphony conducted by music director Bramwell Tovey, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s In Performance

June 26, 2006 (US PREMIERE): String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will receive its US premiere by the Penderecki String Quartet at the Indiana University Summer Music Festival in Bloomington, Indiana

July 9, 2006: Bellatrix, performed by violinist Mark Fewer, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Two New Hours

July 28, 2006: Picture of 23-year-old youth, from Of Passion’s Tide, will be performed by baritone Joel Klein and pianist Karen Lee-Morlang at the Roundhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia

August 2, 2006: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Penderecki String Quartet as part of its Kreutzer Project, at the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival

September 3, 2006: Vesica Piscis, performed by the Winnipeg Symphony as part of the Centara Corporation New Music Festival, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Two New Hours

November 8, 2006: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Penderecki String Quartet as part of its Kreutzer Project, in Niagara, Ontario

November 10, 2006: ecce homo will be performed by students in the Claude Watson Arts Program conducted by Alan Torok, at Earl Haig Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario

November 13, 2006: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Penderecki String Quartet as part of its Kreutzer Project, at the D. F. Cook Recital Hall at Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland

November 15, 2006: Map of the City/Map of the World will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony as part of its educational concerts, with narrator Andrea Blakey and conducted by Ken Hsieh, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC

November 16, 2006: Map of the City/Map of the World will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony as part of its educational concerts, with narrator Andrea Blakey and conducted by Ken Hsieh, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC

November 18, 2006: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Penderecki String Quartet as part of its Kreutzer Project, in Windsor, Ontario

November 19, 2006 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Poison Wind will receive its European premiere, performed by harpist Laura Stephenson and percussionist Anders Haag of the Stockholm Philharmonic in the Grunewaldsalen of the Stockholms Konserthus in Stockholm, Sweden

November 20, 2006: Map of the City/Map of the World will be performed by the Vancouver Symphony as part of its educational concerts, with narrator Andrea Blakey and conducted by Ken Hsieh, at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC

November 21, 2006: ecce homo will be performed by students in the Claude Watson Arts Program conducted by Alan Torok, at Contemporary Showcase in Toronto, Ontario

November 29, 2006: ecce homo will be performed by students in the Claude Watson Arts Program conducted by Alan Torok, in London, Ontario

December 14, 2006: ecce homo will be performed by students in the Claude Watson Arts Program conducted by Alan Torok, at the George Weston Recital Hall in Toronto, Ontario

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