EXPLOREZ NOTRE SAISON 2018-2019 !

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Explore our 2018-2019 Season!

EXQUISITE FIRES & DENISE DJOKIC

Mark Shapiro, Conductor
October 21 - Zion Church - 2:30pm
 
Exquisite Fires                              Linda Bouchard
Symphony No. 59 "Fire"       Franz Joseph Haydn
Cello Concerto in B minor              Antonin Dvorák
 
In this season opener, Maestro Mark Shapiro leads the PEISO in a rare revival of Linda Bouchard's Exquisite Fires. Special guest artist Denise Djokic joins the orchestra to perform Dvorák's incandescent Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. The orchestra will also be brilliantly featured in Haydn's Fire Symphony.

PROKOFIEV 5 & DAVID MYLES

Mark Shapiro, Conductor
November 25 - Homburg Theatre - 2:30pm
 
Symphony No.5 (Opus 100)              Sergei Prokofiev 
Special guest artist David Myles
 
The PEISO will raise the roof with Prokofiev's rousing Symphony No. 5. Then, we welcome the quirky and winsome DAVID MYLES to the stage. Myles' music always conveys a popular appeal and for this concert, he's joined by our 60-piece backup band!

 

  

NEW DIRECTIONS WITH DINA GILBERT

Dina Gilbert, Guest Conductor
February 24 - Zion Church - 2:30pm
 
Dances of Galánta                                       Zoltán Kodály
(Performance by Suzanne Brenton Award Winner)
Symphony no. 1 (Canadian Premier)          Pierre Wissmer
Peer Gynt Suite no. 1                                  Edvard Grieg
 
Dina Gilbert, Music Director of l'Orchestre symphonique de l'Estuaire (Quebec), the Montreal-based chamber orchestra Ensemble Arkea, and the Kamloops Symphony (BC), joins us this winter as Guest Conductor. Her specially curated program will also feature the winner of our annual Suzanne Brenton Award young artist competition. 

THE WORLD OF MAHLER 3

Mark Shapiro, Music Director
April 14 - Homburg Theatre - 2:30pm
 
Symphony No. 3 in D minor              Gustav Mahler
 
We celebrate spring with the choral-orchestra extravaganza that is Mahler's Symphony No. 3. Scored for soloists, two choirs, and extended orchestra, this infrequently performed work is considered one of the 10 greatest symphonies of all time by BBC Music Magazine. Mahler's aim was to "construct a world", and all-embracing vision of nature and creation - and in this passionate, unorthodox work - he does. 


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