Sinfonia 1: Salute the Flute
October 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$30 – $35
What makes this concert interesting…
- The OSM Manulife Competition is Canada’s most prestigious national performance competition & highlights up and coming musicians; Benjamin Morency won the 2017 competition.
- The opening piece is nicknamed “Alleluia” because of Haydn’s use of a Gregorian Alleluia chant in the opening movement.
- In the final piece you can hear similarities to Haydn and Mozart’s works as they both taught Beethoven.
Get ready to Salute the Flute at Sinfonia 1!
OSM Manulife competition winner, Benjamin Morency, flute, joins the NSO Sinfonia for an evening of delightful music. Works include Haydn’s Symphony No. 30 “Alleluja”, Mozart’s Flute Concerto No.2, and Beethoven’s Symphony No.1. This concert will be held at D.F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University.
The performance is made possible by Event 3Sixty.
Join us as we salute the flute! Tickets ($30-$35) are available at the ACC Box Office (729-3900), at www.artsandculturecentre.com and at the door.
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SGTS Cameo Performance (7:35)
And as always… we will be collecting donations for the Gathering Place. Place them in the red bins by the doors to the hall.