Music and Performing Arts 2022 Season

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Music and Performing Arts 2022 Season

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Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra: Concertos Festival

Orchestra

Orchestra

19 May 11:55am
27 May 6:30pm Conservatorium Theatre
27 May 8:00pm Conservatorium Theatre

The annual Concertos Festival features two concerts in one night, celebrating the individual talents of our gifted instrumentalists performing concerto movements with the Symphony Orchestra. Each concert will feature the world premiere of a work by a recipient of the 2020 Silver Harris and Jeff Peck Composition Prize. Conductors for this event will be Peter Luff and Paul Dean.

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Purchase tickets for both concerts here.

PROGRAM

Concert #1 – Paul Dean
DAVID NORMOYLE Memories of a Sunken Ship (World Premiere)
MARTINU: Concerto for Oboe & Small Orchestra, H.353 (mvts I & II) – Shana Hoshino
TCHAIKOVSKY: Variations on a Rococo Theme, op.33, TH 57 (Fitzenhagen version) – Mya Whatson
DVORÁK: Romance in F minor for Violin & Orchestra, B.39, op.11 – Emilia Jarvela
YOSHIMATSU: Cyber Bird – Saxophone Concerto (mvt I) – Sean Thompson

Concert #2 – Peter Luff
TANYA JONES A Scene of a Wilted Garden (World Premiere)
BEETHOVEN: Concerto No. 1 in C major for Piano and Orchestra, op.15 (mvt III) – Mai-Lin Olsson
NIELSEN: Concerto for Flute & Orchestra (mvt I) – Ellinor Hillock
DVORÁK: Concerto in B minor for Violoncello & Orchestra, op.104, B.191 (mvt I) – Daniel Shearer
STRAUSS: Concerto No.1 in E-flat major for Horn & Orchestra, op.11, TrV 117 – Prudence Russell