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Volume 10 Issue 2 - October 2004

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Friday, October 15, 2004 R. Murray Schafer Harry Somers Arvo Part Colin McPhee GUEST ARTIST: Thunder: Perfect Mind for mezzo-soprano and orchestra World Premiere Those Silent Awe Filled Spaces Tabula Rasa for two violins, prepared piano & string orchestra Tabuh-Tabuhan Toccata for Orchestra and 2 Pianos Eleanor James, mezzo-soprano Sunday, November 28, 2004 Thomas Ades Henry Brant Tristan Keuris Asyla Op. 1 7 for large orchestra Canadian Premiere Ice Field Spatial Narratives for Large and Small Orchestral Groups Canadian Premiere Arcade six more preludes for orchestra Canadian Premiere Sunday, March 6, 2005 Oenys Bouliane Alexina Louie Alex Pauk GUEST ARTISTS: Snow is White but Water is Black The Death of Seigun (excerpt from the opera The Scarlett Princess) 0 Magnum Mysterium: In Memoriam Glenn Gould arranged for 34 strings by John Rea Harp Concerto Denys Bouliane, guest conductor I Erica Goodman, harp Colleen Skull, soprano I David Pomeroy, tenor Thursday, May 26, 2005 Chris Paul Harman Paul Frehner Scott Wilson Gyula Bankovi GUEST SOLOISTS: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra New Work for Orchestra Four Names of Beauty Accord(ion) Concerto Shauna Rolston, cello I Joseph Macerollo, accordion *World Premiere *World Premiere World Premiere Canadian Premiere ' ESPRIT ORCHESTRA COMMISSION PROGRAMMING SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Supported by Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, The Ontario Arts Council Foundation, The SOCAN Foundation The Julie-J1ggs Foundation, The Laidlaw Foundation, The Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation, The Harbinger Foundation, The Henry White Kinnea; Foundation, The United Way, CBC Radio Two, Scot1abank Group, Thorek/Scott and Partners, Procter & Gamble Inc., D.I. McDonald Holdings Ltd., Harden & Huyse Chocolates, The Hudson's Bay Company, NOW Magazine, Steamwh1stle Brewery, Roger D. Moore, Margery Griffith Bequest, Canadian Music Centre w w w e s p r i t o r c h e s t r a c o m

04 5 CLASSICAL • fv\ ASSEY ,. HALL , IntimateJy Powerful ROY THOMSON HALL LES VIOLONS DU ROY MOZART REQUIEM Tue 26 Oct 2004 8:00 pm li1l!I Performing their spectacular Juno-winning version of Mozart's final masterpiece. LA CHAPELLE DE QUEBEC BERNARD LABADIE, CONDUCTOR KARINA GAUVIN, SOPRANO ANITA KRAUSE, MEZZO-SOPRANO JOHN TESSIER, TENOR NATHAN BERG, BARITONE Sponsored by © LEXl...15 .. t::: Q ·- .. C'1 t::: Cb .. t::: ·- FREDERICA VON STADE mezzo-soprano MARTIN KATZ, PIANO Wed 10 Nov 2004 8:00 pm li1JII One of the greatest mezzos of our time at the pinnacle of her stunning career! THE TALLIS SCHOLARS PETER PHILLIPS, DIRECTOR Tue 7 Dec 2004 8:00 pm EIJII Britain's a cappella superstars of Renaissance choral music I Program includes Palestrina, Lassus, Zielenski and other masters. TICKETS ONLINE: TICKETS BY PHONE: 416.872.4255 Mon-Fri 9AM-8PM, Sat 12NOON-5PM TICKETS IN PERSON: Visit our Box Office at Roy Thomson Hall 60 Simcoe St. (corner of King and Simcoe) Mon -Fri 10AM-6PM, Sat 12 NOON- 5PM

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