Pianist/composer Stewart Goodyear and conductor Tania Miller
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is presenting a concert in partnership with The Royal Conservatory’s 21C Music Festival. On January 16 at Koerner Hall, the TSO makes its 21C debut with a piano concerto composed by pianist Stewart Goodyear, who will do the honours performing the world premiere. Another world premiere includes a work by the TSO’s Affiliate Composer Emilie LeBel. This fabulous concert of new music will be conducted by Tania Miller, Music Director Emerita of the Victoria Symphony.
The complete program:
Terry Riley: “Half-Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight” (Canadian premiere of a string orchestra version)
Dorothy Chang: “Northern Star” from True North: Symphonic Ballet (Ontario premiere)
Dinuk Wijeratne: “First Winter” from True North: Symphonic Ballet (Ontario premiere)
Jocelyn Morlock: Nostalgia (Ontario premiere)
Emilie LeBel: They do not shimmer like the dry grasses on the hills, or the leaves on the trees (world premiere)
Stewart Goodyear: “Ur-” (world premiere)
This concert takes place Wednesday, January 16, at 8 PM at Koerner Hall, located on Bloor Street, west of Queens Park. For complete program notes and ticket information, please click here.
See you at the Symphony!