December sightings of Shar in orchestra(s!)…

The Fall has been full… of orchestral and choir playing with Guelph Symphony, Kingston Symphony, and a special concert with the Guelph Chamber Choir. Wonderful opportunities and pieces. I am thrilled to be the harpist for the Kingston, Guelph and Oakville Symphonies for this 2012/13 season and for the Talisker Players.

And… starting tomorrow, I begin my Christmas orchestral season which I thought I would share with you, with links. December 15th in Owen Sound is particularly special for me, as you will read below.

Lots happening in the new year which I will post soon!

Happy & Frolicky December, Shar

November 24th – Kingston Symphony  – Making of a Maestro
November 26th – Oakville Symphony (private concert)
December 2nd – Talisker Players & Toronto Classical Singers
December 9th – Guelph Symphony – Holiday Classics
December 9th – Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church Choir Concert

December 15th – soloist with Georgian Bay Symphony – The Christmas Concert – included in the festive programme will be orchestrations of my pieces Winter Frieze, Acacia Street, Three Sisters and two traditional tunes. Also, I commissioned Jim McGrath to orchestrate my arrangement of Silent Night especially for this concert! I will  be joined by soprano Tessa Laengert for a lovely duo, and… there will be lots of Nutcracker excerpts that feature harp! – 4pm family concert and 7:30pm full concert – Owen Sound Vocational Collegiate Institute Regional Auditorium, 1550 8th Street East, Owen Sound, Ontario.

December 16th – Oakville Symphony – Family Christmas Concert
December 18th, 19th – Kingston Symphony – Candlelight Christmas
January 1st – Guelph Symphony – Vienna Treasure: Die Fledermaus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(photo by Sharlene)

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