The CCSA Symphony Orchestra returns to the Toronto stage after a spectacular appearance in Beijing, performing at the invitation of the Chinese government in the May 2019 International “Meet in Beijing Festival”.
The Toronto 2020 Spring Gala Concert is one of a series celebrating classical music in both Western and Chinese traditions. Earlier concerts were performed to sold-out audiences in Toronto’s George Weston Recital Hall and Koerner Hall. This evening features Angel Wang, violinist, the CCSA’s founder and principal artist. In China Angel was a member of the Tianjin Symphony Orchestra and established the “Angel Trio”, performing chamber music throughout the country. In Canada, she is a veteran of both stage and screen, most recently the Concert Master for three of Richard Clayderman’s North American tours. Angel is a faculty member at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
Angel is joined this evening by Barry Shiffman, Concert Master, and Claudio Vena, conductor in a programme celebrating the end of winter and awakening of spring in Western and Chinese cultures.
Tickets and details here.
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