2007 Archive

January 7, 2007: The newly-released CD Quantum Mechanics: Music of Jeffrey Ryan will have its broadcast premiere on CBC Radio Two’s Two New Hours, along with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra’s recording of Pangaea

January 9, 2007: Slash (String Quartet #2), performed by the Arditti Quartet, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s In Performance

January 21, 2007: Gracey Blue will be performed by the Victoria Symphony, conducted by Tania Miller, at the Royal Theatre in Victoria, British Columbia

February 7 & 8, 2007: Pangaea will be performed by Orchestra London, conducted by Kenneth Hsieh, at Forest City Community Church in London, Ontario

February 23, 2007: ecce homo will be performed by Hexaphone, conducted by Nicholas Fairbank, at St. John’s Church in Victoria, British Columbia

March 1, 2007: 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

March 5, 2007: 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

April 14, 2007 (WORLD PREMIERE): Elegy for Miss Covington, commissioned to celebrate the Elektra Women’s Choir’s 20th anniversary season, will be premiered by Elektra, conducted by Morna Edmundson, at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, British Columbia

April 20, 2007: Bellatrix, performed by Annalee Patipatanakoon, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s The Signal, hosted by Pat Carrabre

May 6, 2007: Elegy for Miss Covington, performed by the Elektra Women’s Choir, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Choral Concert

May 16, 2007: After Storm will be performed by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, at the Town Hall Amphitheatre in Holargos, Greece

May 20, 2007: Pangaea, performed by Orchestra London conducted by Kenneth Hsieh, will be broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Symphony Hall

May 21, 2007: After Storm will be performed by the Alfred Chamber Singers, conducted by Luanne Crosby, at Anatolia College’s Raphael Hall, in Thessaloniki, Greece

June 4, 2007: Poison Wind will be performed by harpist Erica Goodman and percussionist Beverley Johnston at the Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, as part of the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia

June 9, 2007: Epitaph will be performed by the Folsom Singers, conducted by WeiHsi Hu, at West Burnaby United Church in Burnaby, British Columbia

July 20-22, 2007 (four performances): Los Alamos and Morning Prayer from First there was light will be performed by soprano Heather Pawsey and pianist Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa in a concert exploring the many manifestations of Eve, at the Sunset Theatre in Wells, British Columbia

October 5, 2007 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Slash (String Quartet #2), will receive its European premiere by the Quarto Quartet at the Auditum Sound and Relation Festival at the Red House Center in Sofia, Bulgaria

October 6, 2007 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Epitaph will receive its European premiere by Sola Gratia, conducted by Ties Molenhuis, as part of the choir’s 40th anniversary concert in Uithuizermeeden, Netherlands

October 31, 2007 (AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE): Triple Witching will receive its Australian premiere by Charisma (Roslyn Dunlop, clarinet; Julia Ryder, cello; and David Miller, piano) at the Tigers League Club in Rozelle, New South Wales, Australia

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