The NSO boldly goes where no one has gone before to present its spring pops concert “The Final Frontier” sponsored by Husky Energy. The concert will feature music from the sci fi films you know and love including: Star Wars, Star Trek, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Back to the Future, ET, 2001: A Space Odyssey and more! Join us as we travel to the stars for a fun evening which the whole family will enjoy!
Come and I Will Sing You is our Gala Opening Welcome concert that will feature choirs from across Newfoundland and Labrador celebrating our deeply rooted choral and folk music traditions.
Hosted by The Ennis Sisters, we will enjoy children, youth, chamber, and community choirs, while welcoming our Podium 2018 on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea delegates to a jam-packed five-day choral conference and festival.
We will also enjoy the music of the Atlantic String Quartet and Duane Andrews. Come share in this celebration and be ready to hear six world premieres of arrangements of NL folk songs. We even have something for you to sing too – so, actually, come and we will all sing.
It’s gonna be a time!
Nordic Light is a multi-media performance of Ēriks Ešenvalds‘ exquisite piece of the same name – a sensational sonic portrayal of the aurora borealis, Arctic storytellers, and northern soundscapes, as a well as a stunning array of video images from various northern countries, and projections of the northern lights. The YYC Singers will be accompanied by the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Timothy Shantz (Alberta).
Continuing with a more salty Baltic theme, this concert will also mark the North American debut of Solala, an innovative and entertaining trio of Swedes.
The Atlantic String Quartet joins the Labrador choir for their performance during both …Float… concerts.
…float… combines exquisite music, immersive visuals, and virtual engagement to highlight a resource integral to the geography and identity of all of Canada: water. Five outstanding Canadian choirs take you on a journey that combines stunning performances of new works by celebrated composers with a meditation on nature unlike anything you’ve experienced.
During the final massed piece, the audience will be given the opportunity to transform their mobile devices into an instrument and become a part of the performance. Join us on Canada Day to celebrate our nation’s rich heritage as we witness the land, the water, and their choral connections come to life.
The Atlantic String Quartet will join the Vancouver Men’s Choir at Equals on Edge.
Equals on the Edge will celebrate equal-voiced choirs with four diverse and delightful ensembles that you will be thrilled to hear. Featuring Elektra (BC), Sirens (PEI), Vancouver Men’s Chorus(BC) and Primus: Amabile Men’s Choir (ON), we’re sure this Equals on the Edge concert will be unequalled elsewhere!
The Atlantic String Quartet will be performing at the Sound Symposium Evening Concert on July 8th at D. F. Cook Recital Hall at MUN.
Tickets available at the door (cash, Visa, Mastercard, Interac)
Atlantic String Quartet — Four Elements by Andrew Staniland; Journey of the Horizontal People by Raven Chacon
Jing Xia — Chinese guzheng
Subhira Quartet — Chilean contemporary music and electronica
Who doesn’t love Beer?
How about Beer with some amazing music? Join NSO players Heather Kao, Theo Weber and Brian Way for the NSO’s first ever Suds ‘n’ Symphony event!
Your ticket gets you into the brand spankin’ new Quidi Vidi taproom AND a flight of superb QV beers. Plus enjoy some great easy-listening music. What’s not to love? Grab your friends, tell you co-workers and join us for the happiest of happy hours!
Due to the unfortunate timing of Tropical Storm Chris, tonight’s performance by the Atlantic String Quartet will be cancelled.
Any tickets that were pre-purchased have been refunded in full. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Perchance Theatre’s box office at 771-2930.
Join the Atlantic String Quartet of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra as they take you on a musical journey to accompany a beautiful summer’s night. Featuring Heather Kao, violin; Nancy Case-Oates, violin; Kate Read, viola; and, Theo Weber, cello. From familiar classical fare to light hearted favorites, this is sure to be a memorable evening.
The Atlantic String Quartet is performing at Cape Spear National Historic Site as a part of Sound Symposium.
Cape Spear Klang-Opus à la fin du crépuscule, music by Delf Maria Hohmann
World War II Bunkers at Cape Spear National Historic Site
$10 general; $5 children, students, and seniors — CASH ONLY on site, or may be purchased at Sound Symposium Central prior to July 14. (Sorry, no refunds!)
(Rain location: Anglican Cathedral)
As an offshoot of the acclaimed Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra (NSO), the Atlantic String Quartet has delighted audiences far and wide. Featuring Heather Kao, first violin; Nancy Case-Oates, second violin; and Kate Read, viola, this ensemble takes on a new twist when joined by the NSO’s principal bassist, Frank Fusari.
Pairing classical chamber music with lively tangos, a red hot evening of music awaits.
Tickets $20 // Students $12
All taxes & fees included