Calgary Wind Symphony Season Tickets
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Tuesday, Sept. 3 to Friday, Sept. 6
Year of the Guest Artist!!!
2013/2014 Concert Line-Up
This season is especially exciting as we will be showcasing renowned and award-winning soloists that perform with breath taking virtuosity, soulfulness and creativity. Our programs are always fun, eclectic and feature local musicians, composers and world premiers.
Soloists include: the world-renowned trumpeter Allen Vizzutti, cellist, Morag Northey, and local jazz artists, Eric Allison and Cheryl Fisher.
A Child’s Garden of Dreams
Sunday, October 27, 2013
The cornerstone work for the opening concert of the 2013/2014 Season is David Maslanka’s A Child’s Garden of Dreams. Other children’s classics featured include the Huckleberrry Finn Suite and the Harry Potter Symphonic Suite.
Sunday, December 15, 2013
This Christmas, don’t miss the University of Calgary Chorus joining forces with the Calgary Wind Symphony to perform Carl Orff’s fabulous Carmina Burana. As well, join us in delighting in the World Premier of Duo Concertante for violoncello by Christiaan Venter featuring the incredible Morag Northey on cello and Jeremy Brown on saxophone. Other fabulous music such as Peter and the Wolf will be featured in this amazing show.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
The Calgary Wind Symphony welcomes one of the world’s leading trumpet players, Allen Vizzutti! This will be an incredible opportunity to see one of the world’s best in an incredibly intimate setting.
Sodbusters, Skyscrapers and Swing
Sunday, June 22, 2014
The final concert of the 2014 season is sure to be an eclectic mix of world class music, composers and performers. Our guest soloists include top jazz artisits, Eric Allison, saxophone and Cherly Fisher, voice. As well, the CWS will feature Canada’s own Elizabeth Raum by performing her rousing, prairie pioneer inspired, Sodbusters. If that’s not enough, other composers featured include Percy Grainger, Claude Debussy and Morley Calvert.