On Dec. 2-3 we presented a concert of Christmas music with organ and brass at All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral, with organist Jeremy Spurgeon and a brass quintet comprised of ESO players.
On Feb. 11 we were the guests of the Edmonton Symphony in a concert guest conducted by Jean Marie Zeitouni, featuring Fauré’s Requiem and Quebec composer Jacques Hétu’s Symphony Nr. 5, which has a closing choral movement, featuring a setting of French poet Paul Eluard’s iconic WWII Resistance poem Liberté.
On March 31 we presented Haydn’s great oratorio The Creation, featuring the Edmonton Symphony and soloists Leslie Bradley, soprano, John Tessier, tenor, and Alexander Hajek, baritone, also at the Winspear.
On June 10 we presented our final concert of the season in All Saints’ Cathedral, featuring the program that we will be taking on tour to the United Kingdom in July. You can still join us in the UK. All concerts are FREE!
The new season opens with Duruflé’s Requiem and a return to All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral on November 4th.
We will be joining the ESO for their Lighter Classics series (Christmas version) in the Winspear just a few days before Christmas on December 21.
On March 2 & 3, we will be rejoining the ESO for their Pops series – Vienna to Broadway, again in the Winspear.
Then on April 27, our season closer, the ESO will be joining us for our concert featuring Brahms & Schubert. Of course, in the Winspear.
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Across the UK July 9-17, 2017
Duruflé : Requiem
All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral November 4, 2017
Brahms : Schubert
Winspear Centre April 27, 2018
Edmonton Symphony Orchestra