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"HEARTS MADE GREAT" RETURNS TO COMMEMORATE REMEMBRANCE DAY

London Free Press columnist James Reaney urged Londoner’s not to miss last year’s production of “Hearts Made Great.” Now Orchestra London’s salute to Canadian veterans is back for an encore performance, November 11 at Centennial Hall. Read more...
 

REVISED OVATION PROGRAM TAKES INSPIRATION FROM EVERYDAY LIFE

Maestra Tania Miller returns to lead Orchestra London in a program featuring Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Stokes’ Mind Over Mountain, November 8 at Centennial Hall. The second concert of the orchestra’s Ovation Series also includes Fauré’s Pelléas et Mélisande Suite (1901) and Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (1910). Read more...
 

SERENADE BRUNCH

Enjoy a delicious brunch as Orchestra London musicians Joseph Lanza, Mary-Elizabeth Brown, Kelvin Enns, Karen Kjeldson, Christine Newland, and Jennifer Short play some of Mozart's best-loved chamber works in the Best Western Lamplighter Inn's beautiful Crystal Ballroom for the first Serenade Brunch concert of our 2006-2007 season.
 

AIMEE PICHE MAKES ORCHESTRAL DEBUT ON DISCOVERY SERIES

Aimée Piché is getting ready to make her orchestral debut. The London guitarist plays Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuéz on Orchestra London’s Discovery Series, November 18 at Beal Auditorium.

The 18-year-old took top prize at the 2005 London Kiwanis Music Festival Rose Bowl, winning $1,500 and the opportunity to appear with the orchestra. “Usually we feature winners doing a short piece on the Pops,” says Orchestra London’s executive director, Rob Gloor. “With this particular soloist, we were so impressed with her level of talent that we decided to invite her to play an entire concerto. We’re very pleased that we have the opportunity to work with her.”  Read more...

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