Recent/Upcoming Performances

2017

November 4, 2017: After Storm will be performed by musica intima at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, British Columbia. Part of the ISCM World New Music Days 2017, programme will be performed twice.

November 9, 2017: Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, with texts by Suzanne Steele, will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, the Toronto Children’s Chorus, and vocal soloists Measha Brueggergosman, Allyson McHardy, Colin Ainsworth and Brett Polegato, all conducted by Tania Miller, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario. Part of the TSO’s Canada Mosaic project.

November 10, 2017: Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, with texts by Suzanne Steele, will be performed by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, with the CPO chorus, Cantaré Children’s Choir, and soloists Erin Wall, Rebecca Hass, Benjamin Butterfield, and Tyler Duncan, all conducted by Rune Bergmann, at Jack Singer Hall in Calgary, Alberta.

November 11, 2017: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra gives a repeat performance of Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, with texts by Suzanne Steele, with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, the Toronto Children’s Chorus, and vocal soloists Measha Brueggergosman, Allyson McHardy, Colin Ainsworth and Brett Polegato, all conducted by Tania Miller, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario. Part of the TSO’s Canada Mosaic project.

November 11, 2017: Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, with texts by Suzanne Steele, will be performed by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, with the CPO chorus, Cantaré Children’s Choir, and soloists Erin Wall, Rebecca Hass, Benjamin Butterfield, and Tyler Duncan, all conducted by Rune Bergmann, at Jack Singer Hall in Calgary, Alberta.

November 11, 2017: …sempiternam will be performed by the Valley Festival Singers, conducted by Joel Tranquilla, in a Remembrance-Day-themed concert at Bakerview Church in Abbotsford, British Columbia.

November 12, 2017: …sempiternam will be performed by the Valley Festival Singers, conducted by Joel Tranquilla, in a Remembrance-Day-themed concert at Calvin Presbyterian Church in Abbotsford, British Columbia.

November 24, 2017 (WORLD PREMIERE): POSTPONED UNTIL EARLY 2018! Check back from more details. The Unheard suite of Song Theatre pieces (poetry by Rachel Rose) will receive its world premiere performance by Heather Pawsey of Astrolabe Musik Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia.

December 3, 2017: Equilateral will be performed by the Gryphon Trio and the Kingston Symphony, conducted by Evan Mitchell, at The Isabel in Kingston, Ontario.

2018

January 26, 2018: …sempiternam will be performed by the Vancouver Chamber Choir, conducted by Timothy Shantz, at Dunbar Ryerson United Church in Vancouver, British Columbia.

February 17, 2018 (WORLD PREMIERE): Plumb, a concerto for contrabassoon inspired by the visual art of Jean McEwen, will receive its world premiere performance by contrabassoonist Sophie Dansereau and members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, conducted by William Rowson, as part of the VSO’s Symphony at the Annex series at the Orpheum Annex in Vancouver, British Columbia.

March 19, 2018 (WORLD PREMIERE): Miss Carr in Seven Scenes, an art song monodrama based on the diaries of painter Emily Carr and commissioned by the Canadian Art Song Project, will receive its world premiere performance by mezzosoprano Krisztina Szabó and pianist Steven Philcox at the University of Toronto’s Walter Hall, in Toronto, Ontario.

May 12, 2018: Visions of Joy will be performed by the Regina Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Gordon Gerrard, at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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