Donald Runnicles leads Brahms’s haunting Third Symphony and two transcendent works highlighting the evolution of Richard Strauss over six decades, including his movingly existential tone poem, Death and Transfiguration. (Pictured: Sarah Jeffrey, TSO Principal Oboe) Performances are roughly two hours long, including a 20-minute intermission. Tickets, here.Find out more »
On the podium, Maestra Miller projects authority, dynamism, and sheer love of the experience of making music. As one critic put it, she delivers “a calm intensity … expressive, colourful and full of life … her experience and charisma are audible.” As Music Director of the Victoria Symphony for 14 years, she has gained international […]Find out more »
Art of Time Ensemble revives its loving exploration of Abbey Road on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the album’s release. The company’s roster of accomplished composers was set loose upon the source material, creating arrangements that maintain The Beatles’ impeccable vocal lines while pushing the boundaries of the underlying textures. The result: an imaginative journey […]Find out more »
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