Time: 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
This homage to nature will leave you spellbound. Vaughan William’s violin concerto, The Lark Ascending, features the WSO’s Principal Second Violinist Émilie Paré. Earthbeat, by multi-award-winning Canadian composer Vincent Ho, reflects Canada’s history and its Indigenous peoples in musical form. More than 25 student violinists will join the WSO around the theatre creating a surround sound experience. Robert Rival’s Symphony No. 2 “Water”, composed after a walk on Long Beach on the Pacific coast, captures both nature’s raw force and sense of serenity.
Robert Franz, conductor
Emilie Paré, violin
Vincent Ho: Earthbeat
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending
Robert Carl Rival: Symphony No. 2 “Water”
This concert is 90 minutes. No intermission. Curtain Call Conversations take place after the concert.
Series Sponsor: Bill and Rochelle Tepperman
Curtain Call Conversations
Join the Maestro and guest artists for exclusive conversations on stage about performance, creative process, where inspiration comes from, how to prepare for a show, music composition, and more! This concert’s Curtain Call Conversation features WSO Principal Second Violinist, Émilie Paré.
Curtain Call Conversations take place between the Maestro and guest artist on stage, directly after a concert. Patron participation is encouraged.
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121 University Ave. W. Windsor ON N9A 5P4 Canada