Renowned TSO Conductor Laureate Sir Andrew Davis leads a globe-trotting program that includes the famous of all Norwegian concertos, pauses in the USA for an Impressionist interlude spotlighting the Orchestra’s esteemed Principal Flute, and concludes in Vienna with Beethoven’s most exhilarating symphony.
Friday and Sunday’s running time is approximately two hours. Saturday’s concert will run approximately 90 minutes and will not include intermission. On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and Poem for Flute and Orchestra will be performed on May 26 and 28 only.
Performances for the evening include:
Chan Ka Nin: My Most Beautiful, Wonderful, Terrific, Amazing, Fantastic, Magnificent Homeland: Sesquie for Canada’s 150th [2′]
Delius: On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring [4′]
Grieg: Piano Concerto [30′]
Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra [9′]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 [36′]
Thank you to our friends at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra for gifting Thirty Four Flavours with a pair of tickets to the ‘Beethoven Symphony 7: Chan Ka Nin: Sesquie for Canada 150’ (Friday May 26, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. ) performance!
What are the rules when entering the Thirty Four Flavours and Toronto Symphony Orchestra Ticket Giveaway?
Simple! Please sign up to Thirty Four Flavours Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thirtyfourflavours, Twitter https://twitter.com/34flavours, or email subscription to enter the draw. When you have signed up please send me a Facebook message, a tweet or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) telling me you why you want to win the Symphony tickets.
Deadline for the Thirty Four Flavours and the ‘Beethoven Symphony 7: Chan Ka Nin: Sesquie for Canada 150’ Ticket Giveaway is Wednesday May 24, 2017.