Recent/Upcoming Performances

2017

April 28, 2017 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): Fata Morgana will receive its European premiere performance in a noon recital by harpist Laura Stephenson, violist Won-Hee Lee and flutist Andreas Alin, at the Stockholm Concert Hall’s Grüneswaldsalen in Stockholm, Sweden.

April 28, 2017: Magpie will be performed by pianist Sarah Hagen in a solo recital at the Roxy Theatre in Owen Sound, Ontario. More info here.

April 30, 2017: Magpie will be performed by pianist Sarah Hagen in a solo recital at 19 On The Park in Stouffville, Ontario. More info here.

April 30, 2017 (WORLD PREMIERE): Arbutus will receive its world premiere performance by Jason Hall (tárogató) and Corey Hamm (piano) at a concert marking the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian refugees’ arrival in British Columbia, at St. Philip’s Dunbar Anglican Church in Vancouver, British Columbia.

May 7, 2017 (US PREMIERE): And the Children Shall Lead will receive its US premiere by the Dexter Community Orchestra and special guests, conducted by Anthony Elliott, at Dexter High School in Dexter, Michigan, USA.

May 16, 2017 (WORLD PREMIERE): Earthshine will receive its world premiere performance by the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anne Manson, at the Westminster Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

July 21, 2017: Valediction will be performed by the Cor Flammae, conducted by Leslie Uyeda, at the Orpheum Annex in Vancouver, British Columbia.

July 22, 2017: Valediction will be performed by the Cor Flammae, conducted by Leslie Uyeda, at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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 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.

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