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WELCOME TO OUR 2012–2013 SEASON “The musicians of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra and I invite you to subscribe to our ‘Season of Champions.’ We are excited by the array of unique and memorable concert experiences being offered. They have been planned with you in mind, and we look forward to sharing them with you.” Maestro Victor Sawa Music Director

HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS: ITALY’S BEATRICE RANA Grand Prize Winner, 2011 Montreal International Music Competition HALDAN MARTINSON Principal Violin II, Boston Symphony Orchestra Saskatchewan’s Own BLAIR LOFGREN Principal Cello, Quebec Symphony A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM with actor Maureen Thomas, Saskatoon Children’s Choir, and soloists A GERSHWIN & BERNSTEIN SALUTE with award-winning pianist Michael Kim EXCITING GUEST CONDUCTORS JEANS ‘N CLASSICS The Music Of Queen FERNANDO VARELA returns STEVE LIPPIA sings Sinatra PLAYERS’ CHOICE SERIES at the Delta Bessborough NEW MUSIC MULTIMEDIA SERIES at PAVED Arts

Orchestra photo (cover) and Sawa photo Trudy Janssens, Photography One 2 One


Masters Series OCTOBER 20, 2012 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

Classics for Skeptics

A Halloween Spooktacular Maestro Victor Sawa conductor With the Saskatoon Youth Orchestra MOZART

Overture from ‘Don Giovanni’

SAINT-SAËNS

Danse Macabre (with Saskatoon Youth Orchestra)

MUSSORGSKY Night on Bald Mountain (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov) DUKAS

L’ Apprenti Sorcier (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice)

HERRMANN

Suite from ‘Psycho’

LISZT

Les Préludes

A frightfully special symphonic journey into spookiness and suspense! The biggest surprise is that you know this classical music already—it’s made you cringe, given you goosebumps, and made you jump out of your chair. From Hitchcock’s Psycho to Disney’s Fantasia, plus our friends the Smurfs, it’s a goodspirited classical version of fright night. What better night to welcome the emerging musicians of the Saskatoon Youth Orchestra? Come in my lovelies, it’s nothing, just cookies and milk!

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Masters Series NOVEMBER 3, 2012 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

Inspired by the Bard Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Maureen Thomas actor Saskatoon Children’s Choir (directed by Phoebe Voigts) Véronique Eberhart soprano Cassandra Warner mezzo-soprano BEETHOVEN

Coriolan Overture

BERLIOZ

Le Roi Lear (King Lear), Op. 4

MENDELSSOHN

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Maureen Thomas, Saskatoon Children’s Choir, Véronique Eberhart, Cassandra Warner)

Artists through the centuries have been captivated and inspired by the work of Shakespeare. Inspired by the Bard presents “Shakespearean” compositions by three of the great composers. We have assembled our own cast of characters to tell “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” all embodied in the Canadian actress Maureen Thomas who plays all the characters from Puck to Oberon while the orchestra performs Mendelssohn’s masterpiece, with Saskatoon’s internationally-renowned Children’s Choir and two extremely gifted singers.

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Masters Series JANUARY 19, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

The Great Kirk Smith guest conductor Haldan Martinson violin

FORSYTH

Essay for orchestra: ‘67

MENDELSSOHN

Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 (Haldan Martinson)

SCHUBERT

Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

This concert should really be called “The Greats,” as there are so many of them connected to this event. Haldan Martinson, principal violinist with the Boston Symphony, one of the great orchestras of the world, returns to roots in Saskatoon to play Mendelssohn’s masterful concerto. Then Maestro Kirk Smith, principal conductor of Chicago’s Black Music Repertory Ensemble, leads the orchestra in a performance of Schubert’s wondrous Ninth Symphony, which truly is “The Great.” The SSO also pays tribute to the late Edmonton composer Malcolm Forsyth, one of the greats of 20th century Canadian music.

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Masters Series MARCH 9, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre Photo: © Julien Faugère

Rana and

The Russians Daniel Smith guest conductor Beatrice Rana piano MCINTYRE

A Medley of Insolent Noises

TCHAIKOVSKY

Piano Concerto No. 1 (Beatrice Rana)

PROKOFIEV

Symphony No. 5

At the age of 18, Italian pianist Beatrice Rana won the 2011 Montreal International Musical Competition with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s first piano concerto. Rana recaptures that performance in this thrilling concert. The evening’s program also includes a piece by Regina composer David McIntyre, who was the featured composer at the Montreal competition. Plus, charismatic Australian conductor Daniel Smith returns to lead a massive orchestra in a powerful performance of Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5. No prisoners will be taken on this musical trip to Russia!

Photo: © Julien Faugère

Photo: Trudy Janssens, Photography One 2 One

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Masters Series APRIL 6, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

French Delight Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Blair Lofgren cello MERCURE

Kaleidoscope

CHABRIER

Joyeuse Marche

SAINT-SAËNS

Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor (Blair Lofgren)

RAVEL

Le Tombeau de Couperin

DEBUSSY

La Mer

C’est le printemps! Yes, it’s spring, and what better way to celebrate than with a delightful array of delectable works from French composers. Saskatchewan’s own Blair Lofgren, principal cellist of the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec (OSQ), will perform what many consider the greatest concerto written for the instrument. Then the concert sets sail on the musical waves of Debussy’s impressionistic masterpiece. “La mer again; shall I never tire of listening to it, of contemplating it, of breathing its atmosphere?” (Sviatoslav Richter).

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Masters Series MAY 18, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

An American Salute

Photo: imagestudio.com, Appleton

Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Michael Kim piano LIZÉE

Arcadiac

GERSHWIN

Cuban Overture

GERSHWIN

Rhapsody in Blue (Michael Kim)

BERNSTEIN

West Side Story: Symphonic Dances

GERSHWIN

An American in Paris

We are showcasing two of America’s most popular composers with some of their finest work. From Gershwin’s interpretation of the native rhythms of Cuba and the Caribbean, to his iconic ‘Rhapsody in Blue,’ presented with the piano artistry of Michael Kim, Dean of the Brandon University School of Music, the evening builds from one masterpiece to the next. The orchestra brings the grand scope of the dances from West Side Story to the hall, and ends with another dance spectacular, ‘An American in Paris.’ What a way to end a season!

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Conexus POPS Series SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

Fernando Varela Classical to Classic Rock Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Fernando Varela tenor with Ron Paley keyboards & Jack Semple guitar

“I’ve worked with every giant in the business, and just when you think you’ve already heard everything, even I was blown away.” - David Foster Fernando Varela’s triumphant performance in our 2010 Pops Series was an evening of soaring vocals, ranging from Roy Orbison and Elvis, to Journey and Queen, topped off by thrilling operatic showpieces. David Foster, who guided the careers of Dion, Bublé, Bocelli, Groban and others, met Fernando in 2011, resulting in an appearance with David Foster and Friends in Las Vegas in November, where he stopped the show. He has since done the same with Foster in Hawaii and LA. This just the beginning—Fernando’s charisma uplifts the soul! Ron Paley returns on piano and guitar man Jack Semple adds his signature stylings as well. It’s the ultimate bridge from classical to classic rock!

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Conexus POPS Series NOVEMBER 17, 2012 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

One Vision

The Music of Queen Mathieu Pouliot guest conductor Jeans ‘n Classics vocal and rock ensemble featuring Michael Shotton lead vocals, Adam Martin guitar, Don Paulton piano, other artists, TBA Massed high school choir

“The audience jumped into the act with gusto, singing, stomping and clapping, waving cell phones instead of lighters…” The Gazette, Cedar Rapids Jeans ‘n Classics are back with an amazing tribute to Freddie Mercury and tour de force rock band Queen. From “We Will Rock You” to “Somebody to Love” to “Bohemian Rhapsody,” One Vision features the vocal prowess of Michael Shotton, veteran lead of several rock bands, a bevy of backup singers and rock musicians, plus a massed choir of high school students from the Saskatoon area. Taking the conductor’s helm is the SSO’s otherwise principal percussionist, Mathieu Pouliot.

Photo: Trudy Janssens, Photography One 2 One

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Conexus POPS Series FEBRUARY 9, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

At the Movies A Night of Oscar® Maestro Victor Sawa conductor

“What a wonderfully entertaining show last night! As lovers of movies and music, [we] enjoyed every minute of the concert.” D.W., Saskatoon Walk the red carpet into an awards-worthy celebration of great movie music! Maestro Sawa has chosen a spectacular line up of nominated and winning scores and songs from the movies in honour of the Oscars®. Want to come as a character from one of the featured flicks? Dress as a gangster, a Scottish warrior, a hobbit, or a treasure-hunter. There is dramatic music from Amadeus, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park, and Fiddler on the Roof. A highlight will be a symphonic performance of music from Titanic. And there’s a tribute to the fabulous music from James Bond movies! With fun in the lobby and lots of it on stage, too, At the Movies is your chance to celebrate the champions of the movie score and do it first hand. Photos: Trudy Janssens, Photography One 2 One

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Conexus POPS Series MAY 4, 2013 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

Simply Sinatra with Steve Lippia Richard Carnegie guest conductor Steve Lippia vocalist

“. . . an exhilirating night of music and lyrics . . . stop what you’re doing and head to the Hilton—he’s just that good.” New York Daily News An incomparable Frank Sinatra interpreter, Steve Lippia’s high-impact, high-energy show ranges from powerful to subtle, sassy to wistful, elegant to sublime. This swinging show, featuring hits like “Cheek to Cheek,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “My Way,” “That’s Life,” and more, introduces a new generation to the timeless music of Sinatra. Steve has headlined to standing-room-only crowds at the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in New York City, and enjoyed extended engagements in Las Vegas and in Atlantic City. Now you can enjoy him headlining the SSO.

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Players’ Choice One of the best kept secrets in Saskatoon is the series of high-calibre Sunday afternoon performances presented by the principal players from the orchestra. Players’ Choice concerts begin at 2:30 pm at the Delta Bessborough. Arrive early for best choice of seating.

The Emperor TELEMANN HAYDN ARNOLD BAKSA

SEPTEMBER 30, 2012

Trio Sonata in A minor, TWV 42:a6 Quartet in C Major, No. 3, Op. 76 (strings) Trio for bassoon, flute, and viola Nonet

Friends and Neighbours

OCTOBER 28, 2012

ONSLOW Wind Quintet FORSYTH Concerto for 8 MOZART, W. A. Quartet in D Major, “The Hoffmeister” (strings)

Beethoven Blockbuster

JANUARY 13, 2013

BEETHOVEN Quartet in e minor, No. 8, Op. 59 (strings) DVORÁK Bagatelles BLUMER Quintet, Op. 52 (woodwinds)

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Players’ Choice This season the musicians are performing music that is meaningful to them and they invite you to experience it with them in the intimate setting of the Delta Bessborough. PLUS! Most Players’ Choice concerts will have a preview or encore performance in other local venues. Watch our website for details.

Music of the People ROBINOVICH VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS MCALLISTER DVORÁK

FEBRUARY 3, 2013

Prairie Sketches English Folk Song Lou’s Mountain Bread Two Waltzes (string quintet)

Reconciliation

MARCH 3, 2013

COPLAND Quintet (woodwinds) MILHAUD La cheminée du Roi SWAN, Michael Quintet in C Major, No. 3, Op. 14 (strings)

Transcontinental Impressions

APRIL 21, 2013

DELA Petit Maritime DEBUSSY Quartet in g minor, Op. 10 (strings) SCHULHOFF Trio (flute, bass, viola) Sponsored by

Photo: Trudy Janssens, Photography One 2 One

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Holiday Concerts DECEMBER 8, 2012 | 7:30 PM TCU Place Sid Buckwold Theatre

Symphony Holiday Spectacular

Celtic Style Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Plus guest artists to be announced

Break out the garland and the tartan, it’s a spectacular symphonic ceilidh full of the classics and more to celebrate the holidays! The Symphony Holiday Spectacular is back with performances of timeless favourites and traditional carols, with Maestro Sawa’s personal picks for the season and a stellar performance by the orchestra. Plus, there’s a Celtic twist, with the swirl of bagpipes, the rhythm of fiddles, and step-dancing. As usual, the spectacular ends with a traditional carol sing-along. There’s a holiday market in the lobby and a special visitor from the North Pole, too. It’s a musical celebration of warm hearths and happy holidays for the entire family!

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Holiday Concerts DECEMBER 15, 2012 | 7:30 PM Third Avenue United Church

Messiah Maestro Victor Sawa conductor Saskatoon Chamber Singers directed by James Hawn Meara Conway soprano Cassandra Warner mezzo-soprano Michael Harris tenor Chris Kelly bass There is little music as spiritually transcendent as Handel’s Messiah. Composed in 1741, it nevertheless remains the source of new revelations and inspiration each time it is heard or performed. Its performance by the Saskatoon Symphony is a holiday tradition. We are pleased to have the Saskatoon Chamber Singers returning for an encore of last season’s stirring concert and we also welcome four accomplished soloists. The highlight for many is the magnificent roof-raising Hallelujah Chorus, but the entire evening is one of timeless and uplifting expression, made even more extraordinary in the soaring beauty of historic Third Avenue United Church. Photos: Rosanna Parry Photography

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new music + new media = cutting edge art ‘The Core’ at PAVED Arts ‘The Core’ series is a partnership between the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra and our neighbour, PAVED Arts. Each event will feature new music. Based on the concert’s theme, a PAVED Arts curator will choose a piece of media art that becomes part of the performance.

NOVEMBER 24, 2012 | 7:30 PM

Hear, See, Think How are words and art connected? Is it possible to think without words and language? Hear without words? See without words? CHATMAN, Steven

Nocturne (1997) (flute, violin, viola, cello)

JACOB TV

Garden of Love (2004) (oboe and multimedia)

ROBINOVITCH, Sid

Prairie Sketches (1995) (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, with string quintet)

PURCHASE, Ryan

Five Poems by Liza Mclellan and one not (2005)

MARCH 23, 2013 | 7:30 PM

Surround Sound What is our relationship to space? To time? CAGE, John

Five (1998) (woodwind quintet)

BUTLER, Jennifer

Seedlings (2007) (woodwind quintet)

ADAMS, John

String Quartet (2008)

MILLER, Darren

Kevin Walby (2010) (violin and clarinet)

MORTON, Jeff

‘The old Cause’ (2010) (‘The Core’)

CO-COMMISSIONED NEW WORK

A new work co-commissioned by PAVED Arts and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra (with funding from Arts Fest)

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The Silence is Golden silent movie event returns with the 1920 film ‘The Mark of Zorro,’ directed by Fred Niblo, presented with a live orchestral accompaniment by the Saskatoon Symphony. Back by popular demand is the silent movie music man himself, Mr. Rick Friend, direct from L.A.

The film stars energetic Douglas Fairbanks as the masked hero of the people fighting an oppressive colonial government. Fairbanks contrasts the athletic acumen of Zorro with the foppishness of Zorro’s alter ego, blazing the trail for many physical comedies and hidden identity tales to come.

This unique experience is presented in the Spanish courtyard ambience of the Roxy Theatre, one of Canada’s last atmospheric movie palaces, located on Saskatoon’s growing cultural corridor. Tickets for this event will be available from the SSO office and website beginning July 3. Two performances: 1 & 7 pm

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2 SSO FLEXPAK If you attend fewer concerts from a series OR would like to build your subscription from more than one series, choose our new FLEXPAK. Choose a MINIMUM of ANY 4 concerts, regardless of series (Masters, Conexus POPS, Players’ Choice, and including the Holiday Spectacular and Messiah) and receive the Flexpak price. You can mix series! Flexpak subscribers are assigned seats based on their preference, subject to availability. Every effort is taken to assign the same seat(s) for every concert.

3 FIRST TIME SAMPLER If you are a newcomer to the SSO or haven’t subscribed for a while you can get a taste of each series with the FIRST TIME SAMPLER. Choose to sample one concert from each of our series with the First Time Sampler package. Includes the first concert in each of our three main series (Masters, Conexus Pops, Player’s Choice) at a low, introductory price. Note: Seating in Section B will be assigned by Box Office. No exchanges for other concerts are permitted. First Time Sampler package available until September 15 only. 20 Have questions? Visit saskatoonsymphony.org for more information


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CONEXUS POPS SERIES AT TCU PLACE 4 concerts

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Saskatoon Symphony Season Brochure 2012-2013 v6  

Brochure describing the season of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra for 2012-2013, including Masters Series, Conexus Pops Series, Players' Ch...

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