Melodies will soar through ‘Heaven and Earth’ at the next Sinfonia Toronto concert on Friday, December 10, 8 p.m. at Glenn Gould Studio. Orchestra’s Music Director Nurhan Arman will conduct the program featuring brilliant Spanish trumpeter Vicente Campos.
The program will feature two pieces by Canada’s JUNO award-winning composer Marjan Mozetich, his expressive Songline to Heaven and playful dance to Earth. Mr. Mozetich is one of Canada’s foremost composers, and is Sinfonia Toronto’s 2010-2011 Composer-in-Residence. His compellingly beautiful music has been played by many orchestras, ensembles and soloists.
One of Spain’s finest brass players, trumpeter Vicente Campos has performed with prestigious ensembles throughout Europe. He will be heard in a Classical favourite, Hummel’s cheerful Trumpet Concerto.
To celebrate Robert Schumann’s 200th anniversary, the orchestra will perform his Spanisches Lieberspiele. The program will conclude with Dvorak’s beloved American Quartet in an orchestral arrangement by Nurhan Arman.
Tickets are $40 adult; $32 senior and $12 student.
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