March 5, 2017, 3 p.m.
George Weston Recital Hall at the Toronto Centre for the Arts
The music of France, one of the founding communities in Canada continues our season theme of Canada’s 150th Birthday!
We also feature our very own Principal Cello Tom Mueller at this concert:
Tom Mueller holds a Bachelor of Music degree in performance from the Manhattan School of Music and a Masters degree from the University of Illinois. While completing his degree in Illinois, Mr. Mueller was personally chosen by Robert Shaw to serve as principal cellist of the Robert Shaw Choral Festival in Soulliac, France. As a founding member of the Allendale String Quartet in New York, Mr. Mueller has performed throughout the eastern seaboard with such highlights as; performances at Carnegie Hall as well as National Public Radio broadcasts. As a teacher, Mr. Mueller has maintained private studios in New York, Central Illinois and Toronto. In addition, he has held teaching positions at the University of Illinois, Manchester Music Festival of Vermont and the Waterloo Music Festival in Princeton, New Jersey. Mr. Mueller currently freelances throughout the GTA. He has performed in the Toronto productions of Show Boat, Sunset Boulevard, Ragtime, Beauty and the Beast, Phantom of the Opera and the Sound of Music. As a chamber musician, Mr. Mueller is currently a member of the Elgin String Quartet, Trilogy, and Quartet Saint Cecilia with Gloria Sarrinen, piano and has been heard frequently on CBC’s Two New Hours as well as The Music Around Us. He currently holds the position of Principal Cello for Symphony Hamilton and has appeared as soloist with them performing the Brahms Double concerto, the Beethoven Triple concerto as well as the Haydn concerto. Mr. Mueller also frequently performs throughout southern Ontario with such ensembles as the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and the Hamilton Philharmonic as well with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Elora Festival orchestras.
Tickets are $43 Adults, $37 Seniors and $15 Students and Under 29 at ticketmaster.ca or1-855-985-ARTS (2787)
More information at www.orchestratoronto.ca
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