Toronto Symphony Picks: Fall 2007

The Toronto Symphony Brochure made an appearance in today’s mailbag. Here’s what Miss Mussel is canceling all other engagements to attend.

3rd & 4thProkofiev Violin Concerto; Ravel Daphnis and Chloe with Vadim Repin, violin and Thomas Dausgaard, baton
24th & 25th Dvořák Symphony No. 8; Guillaume Connesson Symphonic Dances (Canadian Première); Jolivet Concertino for Trumpet; Roussel: Bacchus
et Ariane, Suite No. 2
with Andrew McCandless, trumpet; Stephane Deneve, baton.


1st & 3rdBach St John’s Passion; Helmuth Rilling, baton; Laura Albino, soprano; Agnes Zsigovics, soprano; Roxana Constantinescu, contralto; Lothar Odinius, tenor; Nathan Berg, bass; Klaus Haeger, bass;
University of Toronto MacMillan Singers

15th & 17thVaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis; Walton Violin Concerto; Godfrey Rideout Ballade for Viola and Orchestra; Elgar Engima Variations with Peter Oundjian baton and James Ehnes violin

29thDmitri Hvorostovsky with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and Academy of Choral Art


5th & 7th Mozart Symphony No. 4 K19; Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4; Bruckner Symphony No.4 with Emanuel Ax piano and Peter Oundjian baton

7thPreservation Hall Jazz Band: A Creole Christmas

23rdSing-a-long Messiah with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir; Ivars Taurins/GF Handel, baton

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