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An evening of gorgeous music, written from the heart! Immerse yourself in Brahms’ Nänie, Schicksalslied in new chamber instrumentation, and his well-loved Alto Rhapsody. Also, Eric Whitacre’s Five Hebrew Love Songs, written for his wife; a beautiful setting of James Joyce’s poem The Lover’s Chant, by brilliant young Canadian composer Matthew Emery; and much more. Beauty Within Jennifer Enns Modolo – Mezzo-Soprano James Mason – Oboe Julie Baumgartel – Violin Margaret Jordan-Gay – Cello Peter Shackelton – Clarinet Annika Borrmann…
English Renaissance choral music is a garden in full bloom! Experience the glorious polyphony of Tallis, Byrd and Sheppard. Then, compare with devotional contemporary works, including Emily Walker’s exquisitely crafted, serene I Asked of God. At this concert, we will also present the world premiere of the winning work in our 2019 GPC Choral Works Competition — Sonnet 18, by Rémi St-Jacques. Learn more about this exciting new composition here. Tudor Splendour Sheppard: Media Vita Byrd: Mass in 4 Voices…
Join our Good Friday tradition of a master work by J.S. Bach. His St. Matthew Passion invites the listener to reflect on the perspectives of the different players in this beautiful and redemptive account. Bach St. Matthew Passion Isaiah Bell – Evangelist Daniel Okulitch – Christus Estelí Gomez – Soprano Allyson McHardy – Mezzo-Soprano Asitha Tennekoon – Tenor Daniel Lichti – Baritone Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Grand Philharmonic Children’s Choir and Youth Choir Grand Philharmonic Choir Mark Vuorinen – Conductor Good Friday,…
Join the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir and Children’s Choir in their Spring concert as they showcase songs from around the world.
You are invited to check us out! Join the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir (grade 9-age 23) Grand Philharmonic Children’s Choir (age 7-grade 8) for our Open House/Registration Night Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Rockway Mennonite Collegiate 110 Doon Road 6:00 p.m. – 7 p.m. Register for the 2019-20 season! 519-578-5660 x5290 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
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Philosophy meets broadway! Leonard Bernstein’s delightful operetta offers biting wit, musical fireworks and unforgettable melodies. The Grammy- and Juno-nominated Elora Singers join the Grand Philharmonic Choir for this unforgettable performance. Chris Fischer – Candide Vania Chan – Cunegonde Paul Grambo – Pangloss Christina Stelmacovich – The Old Lady Jenn Krabbe – Paquette Richard Hrytzak – Maximilian The Elora Singers Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Grand Philharmonic Choir Mark Vuorinen, conductor Pre-concert talk at 6:30 by UW History professor Andrew Hunt – “Candide, Satire,…
A selection of contemplative works as we welcome winter Imagine a child’s excitement for a sleigh ride in Sarah Quartel’s A Winter’s Day. Experience the soaring lines of Ola Gjeilo’s The Rose. Be transfixed by Caleb Burhan’s Super flumina Babylonis, a captivating setting of Psalm 37. And so much more!