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From the Conductor’s Podium

On behalf of our wonderful Symphony musicians, it is my great pleasure to invite you to “Come Home to the Symphony”. During this 46th season of the Symphony, you will have the unique opportunity to experience a musical celebration dedicated to the Oakville community - a year that is filled with Oakville guest artists, a world premiere by Oakville composer Hunter Coblentz and great symphonic repertoire performed by our outstanding musicians. One of the most important elements in the success of our Symphony is our large audience of appreciative subscribers. Your enthusiastic presence and continued commitment to our musicians plays an integral role in the excitement of our concert presentations. The 2013/14 concert year is the Symphony’s musical celebration of Oakville: its outstanding Symphony, its generous donors, sponsors, patrons, and the tireless work by Gillian Santangeli and our Board of Directors, musical staff and the great management team of Peggy and Murray Steele. Welcome to our 46th season. It is truly wonderful to have you “Come Home to the Symphony”. Sincerely, ROBERTO DE CLARA Artistic Director

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Roberto De Clara Active in both symphonic and operatic conducting, Roberto De Clara has been the Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Oakville Symphony since 1997. Past Artistic Director positions have included Music Director of the Prince George Symphony, Music Director York Symphony and Artistic Director of the Etobicoke Philharmonic. In addition to the artistic success of the Main Series subscription concerts, his tenure at the Oakville Symphony has been marked by a number of initiatives, including Family Christmas Concerts, educational concerts, a series of post-concert chats following regular subscription concerts and, starting in the 2010/11 season, a new behind the scenes look at orchestral life and music entitled nOt juSt the scOre. Mr. De Clara’s symphonic guest conducting has included engagements with orchestras in Canada and abroad including: the Winnipeg Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, Orchestra London, Stratford Symphony, the Vienna Pro Arte Orchestra and the orchestra of the National Theatre in Prague. His European operatic debut took place in the historic Estates Theatre in Prague, conducting a new production of Mozart’s COSI FAN TUTTE for the National Theatre of the Czech Republic. He has also served as a guest conductor for highly successful productions of Gianni Schicchi and Don Pasquale for the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel-Aviv, in stagings by legendary singers Renato Capecchi and Federico Davia. Mr. De Clara began his professional career as Assistant Conductor of both the Hamilton Philharmonic and Opera Hamilton. A summa cum laude graduate of McMaster University, he also holds diplomas in conducting from the Mozarteum Sommerakademie in Salzburg and the Wiener Meisterkurse of the Vienna Conservatory. He has also studied conducting at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Italy; the Aspen Music School in the USA and the Royal Conservatory in Toronto. In the course of his career he has worked with such distinguished conductors as Jiri Belohlavek, Music Director of the Czech Philharmonic (Prague), Boris Brott (Toronto), Julius Kalmar (Vienna), Ferdinand Leitner (Salzburg), Gustav Meier (U.S.A.) and Richard Woitach and Joan Dornemann of the Metropolitan Opera. A strong proponent of continual professional development, Mr. De Clara has participated in international conducting seminars in the U.S.A, Prague and Sofia, with the noted pedagogue Gustav Meier and Rossen Milanov (Former Associate Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra). Roberto De Clara has been the recipient of numerous awards including: First Prize in the Austrian-Television Radio (O.R.F.) Salzburg Conducting Competition (where the head of the jury was the legendary Intendant Rolf Liebermann), the Heinz Unger Conducting Award in Toronto and scholarships from the Canada Council and the Canada-Israel Cultural Foundation.

OSO Board of Directors Gillian Santangeli, Chair Heath Allen Mark Brown Cathy Carter Catherine Chen Deb Cooper

Anna Hewitt Martin Levman Ron McKee Patrick Pacenti Bianca Tino-Gaetani Rob Whittaker


Roberto De Clara, Conductor & Music Director Dennis Thacker, Treasurer Peggy Steele, General Manager Tel: 905-338-1462

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From the Mayor To the OSO Audience: Welcome to the Oakville Symphony’s 2013-2014 Season! We are very fortunate to have one of the finest community orchestras in Canada; this is abundantly clear in the quality of the performance every time the symphony takes the stage. This season’s focus on Oakville, both in terms of the talented musicians delivering the music and the pieces they’ve chosen, is a real tribute to our community’s musical and artistic strength. I look forward to the season ahead and encourage everyone, lifelong patrons and those who’ve never been, to come out and Come Home To The Symphony. On that note, I would like to extend very best wishes to all – maestro, musicians and audience – for a most successful and inspiring season. Happy listening, Mayor Rob Burton


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From the Chair Welcome to the Oakville Symphony’s 46th season! Our success amply demonstrates that we are one of Canada’s top community orchestras. We have had so many years of performing great symphonic music due to the dedication of our volunteer musicians, the leadership of our professional musicians, the talent of our maestro and the enthusiasm of our audiences. Add in the support of our corporate partners and government grants, along with the direction of our tireless staff and board members, and you have the winning formula! A community orchestra is, by definition, made up of volunteer musicians who come from the community. The reality is that the Oakville Symphony does so much more than just play our four major concerts. When a group of talented musicians get together, great things happen: • Our Community Outreach Committee, started by some of our musicians, identifies opportunities to bring classical music to children through the Family Christmas Concerts, the Young People’s Concert, free MiniConcerts, and the Meet the Musician program that brings a musician into local schools. • Our professional and volunteer musicians play together in duets, trios and quartets, and are available for hire by contacting the Oakville Symphony. • Our Music Director hosts post concert chats and the nOt juSt the scOre lecture series. • Former Young Artists and members of the Oakville Symphony have gone on to successful careers in music. We are able to be creative and active in the larger community with the ongoing support of our sold-out by subscription audiences and our generous Friends. Thank you for being part of our community. Enjoy the season! Gillian Santangeli, Chair The Oakville Symphony Gillian Santangeli has been a member of the Board of the OSO since 2007. Many years ago, she was a member of the percussion section of the OSO. Gillian and her husband David have been raising their three sons in Oakville for the last 15 years and are both active volunteers in the community.


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BRAVO! To Our 2013-2014 Partners

MARQUEE SPONSOR Investors Group Financial Services Sponsor of OSO Music Director, Maestro Roberto De Clara

“VIVACE” SPONSORS Judith Harris and Tony Woolfson ~ April Concert The Randall Residences by Rosehaven Homes ~ November Concert RBC Foundation ~ Young People’s Concert

“ALLEGRO” & “PRESTO” CO-SPONSORS Browne Law Office ~ Family Christmas Concerts Intriguing Landscapes Inc. ~ Family Christmas Concerts Tino-Gaetani & Carusi ~ February Concert | Revera ~ May Concert

YOUTH PROGRAM SPONSORS RBC Foundation ~ Two Young Artists William & Margaret Andrews ~ One Young Artist | Mrs. James Hewitt ~ One Young Artist Anonymous ~ One Young Artist | Jean Grieve ~ One Young Artist INSTRUMENT SPONSORS Youssef-Warren Foundation ~ Gift of a Violin | Ian Morrison ~ Gift of a Violin Bow Rotary Club of Oakville West ~ Gift of two Rotary-Valve Trumpets and also Gift of four Ludwig Timpani Dorothy Hollier-Bidlake ~ Gift of Hollier Viola and Bow

AND ALSO . . . Ontario Arts Council | The Town of Oakville (through the Oakville Arts Council) Holiday Inn, Oakville Centre ~ “Home” for OSO guest artists Special thanks to Churchill Place Retirement Residence for the use of their Board Room


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Our Musicians VIOLINS Joseph Peleg, Concertmaster* Wren Canzoneri, Co-Principal* Simcha Armstrong Eslyn Blair Catherine Burghardt Brigitte Cormier Eleanor Crymble-Shapero Irene DeWolf Jamie Godber, Y.A Sabina Gorohkovsky Karl Hakala Michaela Huras Stella Jeong, Y.A. Andrea Kho Igor Kubelik Clara Kyung, Y.A. June Miller Ian Morrison Helen Peto Ron Sealey Reade Snair, Y.A. Ruthie Snell Tamara Snell Jill Yokoyama Sarah Zbogar Amy Canzoneri (G) Vivian Chon (M) Kaylee Davidson (G) David Rehner (M) VIOLAS Bill McMillan, Principal* Esme Davies Vilija Hakala Munjal Joshi Stephanie Khurana Martin Levman Clement Ng Norma Noseworthy Andrew O’Brien, Y.A.

VIOLONCELLI Jose Shapero, Principal* Sonja Buckland Paul Burghardt Deb Daymond Anthony De Clara Barbara Frensch Jean Grieve Edward Jeong Elena Jubinville Liz Lesser Dominic Mitchell Marilyn McKay Peggy Steele Kim Tatone BASSI Elizabeth Wallace, Principal* Bob Bell Emmett Glancie Y.A. Roger Hollingworth Kevin Mann Jeff Stringer Mac VanDuzer, Y.A. Tim FitzGerald (M) FLUTES Joan Browne, Principal* Natalie Cabri Milan Brunner (G) PICCOLO Natalie Cabri HARP Sharlene Wallace, Principal* OBOES Nancy Nelson, Principal* Paul Lancaster, Principal Emeritus ENGLISH HORN Nancy Nelson

(M) - Young Artist Mentor | (G) - Guest | Y.A. - Young Artist |


CLARINETS Stephen Walter, Principal Steve Haynes BASS CLARINET Stephen Walter Luis Librado Queralta Lucas (G) BASSOONS Josh Marshall, Principal Margaret Davey FRENCH HORNS Heath Allen, Principal* Kelly Kaddatz Juliet Mayer Gail Pauling Tina Shapero (G) TRUMPETS Ron McKee, Co-Principal Jenny Peace, Co-Principal Susan Barber Kahro (G) TROMBONES Jonathan Lapp, Principal Joanna Venturanza BASS TROMBONE Mark Kissel TUBA Rick Jatiouk TIMPANI Lorne Grossman, Principal* PERCUSSION Bob Comber (G) Richard Moore (G) Samuel Morgenstein (G)

* - Member of professional core

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Featuring . . . ADAM ZINATELLI, Trumpet Accomplished as an orchestral player, soloist, and chamber musician, Adam Zinatelli is one of Canada’s most prominent trumpet players. In February 2009, Mr. Zinatelli became Principal Trumpet of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also performed in the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, the Banff Festival Orchestra, the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, and l’Orchestre de la Francophonie Canadienne, among others. Adam is a founding member of the Reveille Trumpet Collective, a group dedicated to commissioning and performing new music for trumpet. Mr. Zinatelli has appeared in recital and chamber music performances for the Instrumental Society of Calgary, at the Banff Centre, the Sound Symposium New Music Festival, the Columbia Valley Chamber Music Festival, and the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts’ Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre. Adam was awarded second prize and the prize for the best performance of a Canadian work in the brass category at the 2008 Montreal Symphony Orchestra Standard Life Competition, and was awarded the 2008 Sylva Gelber Music Foundation Award. He has been featured as a soloist with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra, Calgary’s Kensington Sinfonia, the University of Calgary Wind Ensemble, Symphony Hamilton, the Glenn Gould New Music Ensemble, and the Glenn Gould Sinfonia. Adam has performed chamber music with the Artists of the Royal Conservatory Ensemble and the Toronto Chamber Brass, competing with the latter at the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition in South Bend, Indiana. Adam can be heard playing in the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra on discs of works by Gershwin and Beethoven, and on recent broadcasts on CBC Radio both as an orchestral player and in recital. Upcoming engagements include solo appearances with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Zinatelli completed his undergraduate studies at the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto with Andrew McCandless, and studied at the Banff Centre with Canadian soloist Jens Lindemann. Adam pursued graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Michael Sachs. Mr. Zinatelli teaches trumpet at Mount Royal University in Calgary, and has taught at the National Academy Orchestra of Canada.


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Professional Performers JOSEPH PELEG, Concertmaster A native of Hungary, Joseph came to Canada in 1968 and earned his Bachelor of Music from the University of Toronto, and later his Masters of Music from Indiana University, while working with Joseph Gingold. Mr. Peleg has also worked with the eminent virtuosi Joseph Szigeti and Nathan Milstein. He has performed solos and recorded and played with chamber music groups throughout Canada, the USA, Israel and many European centres. As well as serving as concertmaster of the Oakville Symphony he is also the leader of the Contreras String Quartet. NORMAN HATHAWAY, Co-Principal Second Violin Mr. Hathaway graduated with a performance degree from the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, where he studied violin with David Zafer and Chamber Music with the Orford String Quartet. Following his graduation he spent several summers at the Banff School of the Arts. He has been a member of the Stratford Festival Orchestra, the Hamilton Philharmonic, the Toronto Philharmonic, the popular ensembles Quintessence and Ensemble Vivant, as well as co-concertmaster of the Phantom of the Opera Orchestra in Toronto. Norman enjoys his association with the Oakville Symphony and wishes to express his thanks to the people of Oakville for their unfailing support for this outstanding orchestra. WREN CANZONERI, Co-Principal Second Violin Wren is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia and was formerly Associate Concertmaster of the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. A part time member of the TSO, Wren is a free-lance violinist, recording for television and movies. He owns and coordinates the activities of TorMusic Entertainment, which provides Strings/Jazz/Band and Convention musicians for corporate and private events. WILLIAM MCMILLAN, Principal Viola Mr. McMillan has completed undergraduate degrees and postgraduate studies in music and education at the University of Toronto. A former director of the Inter-Provincial Music Camp, Principal of the North York Summer Music School as well as past conductor of the Halton and Sheridan Youth Orchestras, Pickering Philharmonic and Havergal and Crescent Chamber String Orchestras, Mr. McMillan is currently Curriculum Leader in Arts at York Mills Collegiate and active in writing and publishing music for strings. JOSE SHAPERO, Principal Cello Mr. Shapero graduated from the University of Toronto with Bachelor and Masters degrees in cello and piano. He has been Principal Cellist and guest soloist with several professional and community orchestras. Jose has recorded for commercials and television shows including the CBC series, Street Legal. He is also very active performing in schools as part of the Meet a Musician program. Jose leads the music ministry at North Bramalea United Church in Brampton and Temple Sinai Synagogue in Toronto. ELIZABETH WALLACE, Principal Double Bass Ms. Wallace studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto with the former TSO principal bass, Tom Monahan, and privately with virtuoso Gary Karr. She has performed as Assistant Principal Bass with the Atlantic Symphony and CBC orchestras in Halifax, Nova Scotia. As a member of the Atlantic Camera Trio, Elizabeth has performed at provincial and national functions including Royal Family visits. As well as freelancing with various orchestras, she is presently Principal Double Bass with the Rose Orchestra in Brampton. Ms. Wallace teachers privately and is also the double bass instructor at Klaudia’s Music Studio in Oakville. HEATH ALLEN, Principal French Horn Mr. Allen completed his Masters of Music degree in performance at the University of Toronto under the guidance of Eugene Rittich. He has performed frequently with orchestras throughout southern and eastern Ontario including the Toronto Philharmonia, Kingston, Oshawa-Durham, Niagara and Kitchener-Waterloo Symphonies. He is also an avid Opera Orchestra musician having played with


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Royal Opera Canada, the Brampton Lyric Opera and Opera Kitchener. In 2011 he travelled to China and performed with the Ontario Festival Symphony Orchestra as part of a cultural exchange program. He has also performed as a soloist with the Oakville Symphony and with the Queen’s University Wind Ensemble. Mr. Allen continues to perform as a chamber musician with the Trails Brass Quintet, the Lisgar Trio and the Ceremonial Brass Quintet. He coaches the brass and woodwind sections of the Halton Youth Symphony Orchestra and teaches instrumental and vocal music for the Peel District School Board. JOAN BROWNE, Principal Flute Joan Browne is Principal Flute with the Oakville Symphony (Roberto De Clara) and the Celebrity Symphony (Andrzej Rozbicki) and has performed as a soloist and orchestral flutist and piccolo player throughout the GTA with the Toronto Sinfonietta (Matthew Jaskiewicz), the Toronto Philharmonia (Kerry Stratton), the Toronto Golden Symphony (Piotr Rubik), the Toronto Silver Orchestra (Michael Newnham) and the Oakville Chamber Orchestra (Charles Demuynck). She holds a Masters from the University of Toronto (Nora Shulman and Virginia Markson, Toronto Symphony). Collaborative performances and recordings include “Adagio, ma non troppo” (harpist, Sharlene Wallace), ”Songs from Greenhayes” (Janet Obermeyer and John Laing), “Love came Down at Christmas” (Clive R. Dunstan, Choirs of St. James United Church of Toronto) the Toronto Orpheus Choir (Brainerd Blyden-Taylor) and “Youth Cue: Radically impacting the lives of Youth” (Randy Edwards of Texas). LORNE GROSSMAN, Principal Percussionist Lorne is delighted to be Principal Timpani/Percussion with the Oakville Symphony for the 12th year in a row. Lorne is the timpanist with the Hannaford Street Silver Band, Toronto Sinfonietta, Peterborough Symphony and Opera York. After playing the entire summer of 2013 with “Cats” at the Panasonic Theatre in Toronto as the drum set player, Lorne says it will be fantastic getting back into the symphonic world playing timpani again. Working with Roberto De Clara and the Oakville Symphony organization is such a pleasure that as long as they ask him back, Lorne will be honoured to perform with them. Having just retired from teaching percussion at Upper Canada College he will have more time to listen, practice and perform which is what being a musician is all about. SHARLENE WALLACE, Principal Harp Oakville native Sharlene Wallace is both a Classsical harpist and one of Canada's most prolific and influential Celtic/lever harp players. She has won two international harp competitions and created six independent CDs, featuring many of her own compositions. Most recently she released a new CD, Q&A, with American Celtic harpist Kim Robertson. Sharlene tours internationally giving concerts, workshops, masterclasses and adjudications. She also teaches both lever and pedal harps privately in Oakville, Guelph and Toronto as well as at York University and Wilfred Laurier University. Her own Classical performance degree is from the University of Toronto where she studied with the eminent Judy Loman. Sharlene is principal harpist with Oakville, Guelph and Kingston Symphonies. NANCY NELSON, Principal Oboe After receiving a full scholarship and graduating from McMaster University in Honours Music Summa Cum Laude, Nancy Nelson received a Canada Council Grant for further oboe and English horn studies in Philadelphia. She is the oboe/English horn of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, and has performed in the Toronto Symphony, Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, Symphony Niagara, Brantford Symphony, and Orchestra London oboe sections. Nancy also regularly performed in the musicals Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, Showboat, Ragtime, Beauty and the Beast, House of Martin Guerre, Annie Get Your Gun, and in NOTL (My Fair Lady and Ragtime). During the summer of 2012, she had the honour of playing in the Broadway tour production of Wicked. Nancy is oboe instructor at 3 main universities. You can hear her on numerous CDs and DVDs. She also operates a private music studio in home (piano/oboe/theory) and is organist and Music Director at Christ Church Flamborough.


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Do we need a new arts and cultural space in downtown Oakville?

The Oakville Symphony says,“Yes!”

We will all benefit from an arts and cultural space that:

• takes advantage of the site and location • has improved acoustics

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Participate in the process by attending the public meetings (next one April 12) or phone 905-338-4710 or email


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The Concert Tino-Gaetani & Carusi Chartered Accountants presents

The Oakville Symphony

“Rome & Vienna” February 1, 2014 at 8:00 pm & February 2, 2014 at 2:00 pm

PROGRAM Roman Carnival Overture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hector Berlioz Trumpet Concerto in Eb . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johann Nepomuk Hummel Guest Artist, Adam Zinatelli, Trumpet I: Allegro con spirito II: Andante III: Rondo

INTERMISSION Fountains of Rome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ottorino Respighi

Academic Festival Overture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johannes Brahms

Our subscription series continues . . . April 5, 6, 2014 – ““The Romantic Violin” Guest Artist: Leslie Ashworth, Violin


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Program Notes HECTOR BERLIOZ (1803 – 1869) Roman Carnival Overture, Op. 9 Berlioz originally wrote this overture as a prelude for his opera Benvenuto Cellini, but he later expanded it into a free-standing orchestral work. It begins with a furious saltarello, a 16th century Roman dance, which hints at the carnival to come. However, a love duet quickly intervenes (as an English horn solo), which is subsequently taken up by the strings and echoed by the bassoons. The insistent carnival music gradually returns, while the love duet temporarily plays along in blissful ignorance of the surrounding tumult. However, the love theme is eventually overwhelmed by the force of the carnival music in the full orchestra.

JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL (1778 -1837) Trumpet Concerto in E-flat I: Allegro con spirito II: Andante

III: Rondo

Hummel was one of the most influential performers and composers of his day. He knew and worked with many other famous men, including Mozart, with whom he lived for two years while taking piano lessons. Later he associated with Haydn, Salieri, and Goethe, and he was a fellow piano student with Beethoven. Hummel was a distinguished concert pianist, playing throughout Europe from a very early age. He taught piano technique to Czerny (he of the dreaded exercises known to all aspiring students!) and Mendelssohn, and was also an accomplished guitarist. Hummel wrote no symphonies, but created a diversity of piano music, chamber works, concertos, operas, and church masses. He was also an early proponent of musicians’ pensions and anti-piracy copyright of musical scores. Hummel’s concerto was written for Anton Weidinger in the Vienna Court Opera. Following in Haydn’s footsteps, the music was created to take advantage of capabilities of Weidinger’s newly designed trumpet. Unlike earlier “natural” trumpets, Weidinger’s instrument had holes covered by pads (like today’s woodwinds), and this permitted the playing of many notes that were previously impossible. Right from the start, the music includes unusual modulations to showcase the scope of the new “keyed” instrument. There is a variety of martial sections (with fanfare flourishes) and lyrical development (particularly in the Andante). Virtuosity comes to the fore in the fast-paced Rondo finale. The keyed trumpet was made redundant by the valves and pistons of the modern instrument. After his death, Hummel’s music was also largely eclipsed by the start of the Romantic period, but recent revivals have brought some of his work (notably this concerto) back into the contemporary repertoire.


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OTTORINO RESPHIGI (1879 – 1936) Symphonic Poem, The Fountains of Rome I: The Fountain of Valle Giulia at dawn II: The Triton Fountain in the morning III: The Trevi Fountain at midday IV: The Villa Medici Fountain at sunset In the late 19th century, Italian music was dominated by opera, and it fell largely to Resphigi to restore the nation’s reputation for orchestral composition. Resphigi trained as a violinist, and then worked for a time in a St. Petersburg orchestra, while taking composition lessons from Rimsky-Korsakov. He later studied with Max Bruch in Berlin. After a period as a virtuoso violinist, he returned to Italy as the professor of composition in Rome. The Fountains of Rome was his first major success (in 1916), to be followed by the Pines of Rome (1924) and Roman Festivals (1929). The four movements of Fountains are played without a pause, as Resphigi portrays each of the fountains at the time of day most in character with its setting. Proceeding from dawn to sunset, we pass from a quiet dawn, through the energy of midday, and eventually return to tranquillity in the evening. In the opening Valle Giulia the mood is pastoral, and Resphigi indicates cattle “passing and disappearing in the fresh, damp mists of a Roman dawn”. A loud horn call over trills in the orchestra announces our arrival at Triton, with dancing in the woodwinds, harp and strings. As Resphigi explains, “Naiads and Tritons come running up… between the jets of water”. As tourists who have thrown their “three coins” into the Trevi fountain may recall, it is dominated by a statue of Neptune in a chariot drawn by sea horses. Resphigi initiates Trevi by a “solemn theme, borne on the undulations of the orchestra”. The theme becomes triumphant as it passes from the woodwinds to the brass. Neptune’s procession passes, the climax recedes, and the section ends with distant horn and trumpet calls. The final section, Medici, is set at sunset with a melody for flute and English horn. Bells toll, birds twitter, and leaves rustle. The entire work ends as “all dies peacefully into the silence of the night”.

JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 – 1897) Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80 This piece was commissioned by the University of Breslau, from whom Brahms would receive an honorary Ph.D. in 1881. After some procrastination, Brahms hurriedly wrote a piece that combines academic solemnity with an unexpected festival atmosphere. The traditional “Academic” component is briefly acknowledged by a stately introduction. However, the “Festival” aspect soon takes over as the mood becomes more light-hearted, with adaptations of four student songs. A strident climax is finally reached with the famous Gaudeamus igitur. Contemporary accounts of the graduation day reveal that the students joined in with their own irreverent words, much to the consternation of the assembled dignitaries. © Notes by STEPHEN WALTER


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“Friends of the OSO” Support one of Oakville’s most important cultural organizations through “Friends of the OSO”. While keeping ticket prices at affordable levels so that as many as possible may enjoy the OSO, the proceeds from ticket sales cover only 40% of the total costs of presenting a concert. The Symphony needs the generous additional support of “Friends of the OSO”. • Join the BRAVO CIRCLE: $2,000 + • Join the MAESTROS: $1,000 - $1,999 • Become a BENEFACTOR: $500 - $999

• Sustain as a SUPPORTER: $250 - $499 • Commit to being a CONTRIBUTOR: $50 - $249 • Sponsor a Young Artist – see below

ENHANCE YOUR SYMPHONY EXPERIENCE: • Increase your involvement and commitment by joining or stepping up your level of support • Attend “Lunch with Friends” – an annual event held in April. • Receive a tax deductible benefit We always welcome new “FRIENDS”! Send your cheque, VISA, or MasterCard information to: The Oakville Symphony, 310-200 North Service Road West, Oakville ON L6M 2Y1

The OSO Youth Program The purpose of this program is • To support the development of young musicians in the Halton area • To find and develop new players for the orchestra • To encourage cultural diversity in the youth of the community YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS The 2013-2014 concert season in Oakville marks the 17th year for the Young Artist Awards. These awards stimulate the interest of young people by creating opportunities for them to develop their skills by playing with the orchestra. In turn, their participation helps the orchestra to achieve its objective of continuous improvement of the symphonic sound. Each student receives a bursary of $1,500. Young Artists for 2013-14: Jamie Godber – violin, Stella Jeong – violin, Clara Kyung – violin, Reade Snair – violin, Andrew O’Brien – viola, Mac VanDuzer – bass and Emmett Glancie – bass. THE KENNETH HOLLIER AWARD This award, named in honour of the orchestra’s founding musical director, was introduced six years ago and also recognizes promising young artists. It is available to string players and non-string players in alternate years. The winner receives a bursary of $500. This award does not include a commitment to play with the orchestra, other than the possibility of a solo under mutually agreeable circumstances. DEVELOPING ARTIST AWARDS These awards were introduced to recognize the talents of some of the younger competitors for the Kenneth Hollier Award. They are given at the discretion of the judges on a “deserving” basis. THE YOUSSEF-WARREN VIOLIN The Oakville-based Youssef-Warren Foundation donated a quality violin, to be loaned to a young violinist, playing with the OSO. The violin, made in 1993 by Romano Gaini a master violinmaker from Ferrara, Italy and is appraised at $14,000. Ian Morrison, violinist with the OSO, has donated a “Handorff” bow in the value of $1000 to accompany the violin when it is borrowed. The recipient of the violin and bow for the 2013-2014 season is Reade Snair. THE HOLLIER VIOLA The Oakville Symphony Orchestra is very grateful to Dorothy Hollier-Bidlake, widow of the founder of the Symphony, Kenneth Hollier, for her donation in his honour of his A.G.Galea viola, as well as his Laberte viola bow and viola case. The appraised value of this gift is $24,000. For more information about all youth awards, please call the Oakville Symphony office.


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“Friends of the OSO” BRAVO CIRCLE ($2,000 +) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Acheson William & Margaret Andrews Russell & Sonja Buckland Roberto & Anna De Clara The Honourable James & Sandra Farley Jean Grieve John Postle Simon & Lynne Scott MAESTROS ($1,000-$1,999) Mrs. Bonnie Budd Colin Chappell & Carol Murray Mrs. James Hewitt Ross & Trish McTavish Mr. Ian Morrison Dorothy & Emil Nenniger Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Pugsley David & Gillian Santangeli Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Sutton Deb Daymond RBC Royal Bank Mr. Alan Telfer

Feb. 1, 2013 to Feb. 1, 2014 Don Robinson & Ilona Kopriva Colin & Helen Litton Don & Jane MacLennan Carolyn McLeod Donna Milligan Mr. Justice Terry O’Connor Bill & Donna Pirie Pauline Ponedel Dr. Orest & Dr. Maureen Rudzik Roger & Hilary Selby Terry Still Robert & Yvonne Strother Dennis & Shirley Thacker CONTRIBUTORS ($50-$249) Anonymous Helen Aldridge Tom & Janet Alton John & Margaret Ashfield W. Douglas & Alaine Baines Hugh & Colleen Balders Freda Barber Natalie Beauchamp Christine Berry Eric & Catherine Bentzen-Bilkvist Richard & Barbara Birkett Mr. & Mrs. S. Birnie Susanne White Blake Norma Boocock Frank Braun Margaret Brennan Ken & Shirley Brown Ann Bucke Diana Burnett Dr. & Mrs. H. Bykerk Barbara & Michael Caine Telmo & Maria Cabral Jane Cameron Geoffrey & Margot Camp Gail Cargo Donald & Irene Carman Jose & Josephine Cavaco John Chance Mrs. Nellie Collins Jackie Corbett Pauline Cowell Donald & Helen Crawford Wanda Crichton Douglas Cunningham Cam & Maili Davreux Clifford & Dorothy Demaray Arlene Dim Domenic Dirisio & Deb Cooper Les & Margaret Edwards

BENEFACTORS ($500-$999) Anonymous Lewis Copestick Dr. & Mrs. Lee Farrow Dave Fekyt Thomas & Nancy Judge Mr. & Mrs. Robert March Ron & Pat McKee Dwight & Patricia Nowlan Stuart Smith Marcia Todd Chuck Whipple Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whittaker SUPPORTERS ($250-$499) Joan Barber & Christine MacDowell Richard & Jean Beaumont Dorothy Bidlake William & Sandy Boughner Ian & Diane Bovey Erich & Lisa Bruckmann Christopher Byrne Doug & Patricia Coate Mr. & Mrs. Michael Colls Jennifer Curran & Colin Mein Charles & Mary Davidson Mr. & Mrs. J. Feberwee George & Carol Gordon Asif & Donna Hassan Sharon Hawley


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William Howard Fraser David & Patricia Garner, in memory of Lucile Grant Katherine Gayman Mrs. Deirdre Gipp Dr. Helen Goggin Joan Grant Bremner & Marny Green Lorne Grossman Maria Hanus Bernice & Charles Harris Mr. & Mrs. Richard Harris Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hebert J Hamburg & Dr. Lynn Hierlihy Mr. & Mrs. Tom Hierlihy Carol Higgs Bruce & Grace Holmes Brian E. James Jennifer Jesseau Joan Johnson Gordon & Beryl Jones Dona Justice Bill & Freda Kantor Pamela Kay Andrew & Carol Kennedy Don & Cathie Kennedy Jennifer & Fergus Kyle Moragh Kusy, in memory of Lucile Grant Ibby Large Lucie Larose Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Lesser Mr. & Mrs. John Lewis Mrs. Elizabeth Lloyd Mr. & Mrs. Charles Low Gunther & Barbara Lutz Mr. & Mrs. Blair MacAulay David & Veronica Mallen David & Elizabeth Mander Kevin & Patricia Mann Mrs. Bette Martin Marjorie Mason Mrs. Wayne McAlpine Warren & June McBurney Rita McCall Findley & Penny McCarney Mrs. Mary McCarter Mrs. Ann McCulloch Joanne McGuinty Scott & Julie McNabb Tom & Carilyn McNaught William & Kathy Miller E. Lorraine Mitchell Barbara Mitchell-Baldwin, in memory of Lucile Grant


Mr. John Mockford & Mrs. Margaret Odenbach Mrs. Carmen Montminy Bill & Elspeth Morrison Karen Motherwell Warren & Sharon Mueller Laetitia Murray Michael & Barbara Naylor Mr. & Mrs. Rickart New Niche Development Limited Graham Norgate Edith Oatley Michael & Ann Pallant Donald & Judi Pangman John & Phyllis Parish Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Patchett Winsor & Ruth Ann Pepall Patricia Phillips Glen & Gail Piotrowski Cathy Goodier-Pote Ethel I. Prichard Barbara E. Rennick Peter & Helen Riediger Margaret Ripley Nadine Robinson Glenda Romanson Mr. & Mrs. Peter Ryan Allan & Wendy Schmidt David & Pat Schooling Dawn Schurman, in memory of Lucile Grant Michael Shaen & Anita Mackey Jose & Eleanor Shapero Peter & Anne Shaw Ms. Victoria Shipp & Mr. Gary Colter Mrs. George Sipos Barry & Sandra Smith Betty Spray Donna Starkey Murray & Peggy Steele Moira Thom Sarah & Michael Thompson Sandra & Jim Tonner Vancouver Chapter, Canadian Maple Wings, in memory of Lucile Grant Susan Varley Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Walter Ulrich Wickardt & Elaine Wowchuk Gloria Williams P. Wiltshire Harry & Nellie Wogden Malcolm & Anne Wootton Pat Wright Donna & Robert Yorke

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Young Artist Awards 2013/2014 STELLA JEONG, Violin Stella Jeong began playing violin at the age of three in South Korea in her mother's music academy. She continued playing the violin when she moved to Canada and studied with teachers such as Myron Moskalyk and Mayumi Seiler. She completed the Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 10 for violin. She is currently a student at the Taylor Academy, previously known as the Young Artists Performance Academy, where she is studying with Kelly Lindstrom. She also is part of the Academy Orchestra and the ensemble in the program. Stella played first violin in the Mississauga Youth Orchestra in 2004 and from then on, she continued to play in small ensembles and the Oakville church orchestra. She also played in the Hamilton Youth Philharmonic Orchestra from 2010-2011 and was involved in the White Oaks Secondary School orchestra for the musical production of Fiddler on the Roof in 2012. Outside of music, Stella is in the International Baccalaureate Program and French Immersion program as a Grade 12 student in White Oaks. MAC VANDUZER, Bass John MacRae (Mac) VanDuzer began studying piano at 6, guitar at 8, double bass at 11 and trombone at 12. Having completed Grade 9 Conservatory for piano, Mac is now focusing on double bass as his primary instrument (for which he is also in Grade 9 Conservatory), although he continues to play trombone and bass guitar at high school. At T. A. Blakelock, where he is in Grade 12 and a High Skills Major in Music, Mac plays with the award-winning Senior Jazz Orchestra (bass and bass guitar) and the Senior Wind Ensemble (principal trombone). Mac also studies jazz on the double bass at Humber College’s Community Jazz Program. Mac played double bass with the Halton Youth Chamber Orchestra (2007-2009) and bass guitar with Halton Junior Jazz (2010). He went on to play with High Rendition Jazz Band (piano 2011, bass guitar 2012). When not making music, Mac plays rep and high school football, as a middle linebacker and offensive tackle. He was born in Oakville. JAMIE GODBER, Violin Jamie Godber is 17 years old and is currently a Grade 12 student at T. A. Blakelock H.S., participating in the Specialist High Skills Major program for music. She began studying violin at the age of 3 1/2, initially with the Oakville Suzuki Association. Jamie has successfully completed her Grade 10 RCM exam with First Class Honours and is currently working on ARCT repertoire. She is presently studying with Adele Pierre. Her early endeavours have included participating in the Suzuki Youth Orchestra of the Americas held in Minneapolis Minn. as well as many years with the Halton Youth Symphony. Summer camps have included the Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute, the Oakville Performing Arts Camp, as well as “Music at Port Milford”, a chamber music camp for advanced musicians. She enjoys piano, guitar & singing as well as playing French Horn in the T.A. Blakelock Senior Wind Ensemble. In addition to her musical endeavours she plays Midget A hockey with the Oakville Hornets and is a summer camp counsellor at Hockey Opportunity Camp. Jamie is thankful to be part of the Oakville Symphony and is enjoying her third season as a young artist. READE SNAIR, Violin Reade Snair is 17 years old and a Grade 12 student at T. A. Blakelock H.S. He started taking violin lessons at the age of 3 with Jean Grieve of the Oakville Suzuki Association. Reade is currently studying at Wilfred Laurier University under Jerzy Kaplanek, a member of the Penderecki String quartet. Reade was the recipient of the Dr. Grant Honeyman Memorial Trophy for receiving the highest mark for Grade 10 strings in the Brantford Kiwanis Music Festival. In May 2012 he was a finalist in the Ontario Music Festival where he competed against talented young musicians throughout the province. In 2009 he was Concertmaster of the Halton Youth Chamber Orchestra. In the summertime he regularly attends The Oakville Performing Arts


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Camp as well as the Inter-Provincial Music Camp. Reade often performs in small chamber groups at local events. In addition to the violin, he plays the piano and trumpet. Reade is honored to be a member of the Oakville Symphony for the 2013/14 season. ANDREW O’BRIEN, Viola Andrew O’Brien is a seventeen-year-old Grade 12 student at White Oaks Secondary School. He is actively involved in the music programs at his school, singing bass in the school’s chamber choir. Andrew also plays the principal trombone in the Senior Concert Band and in the Brass Quintet. He was with the Halton Youth Symphony for their 2012-2013 season playing the viola. This is his first year with the Oakville Symphony and Andrew is honoured to have been awarded the Young Artist’s Award. He currently studies with Katherine Rapoport, a professor at the University of Toronto. Andrew plays the bass trombone with High Rendition Jazz Band. He also played the trombone with the Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra for their 2012-2013 season, which they finished with a performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Andrew is in his fourth year volunteering as a piper with the Halton Regional Police Service’s Pipes and Drums, engaging frequently in community activities. When not rehearsing or performing, Andrew enjoys biking, camping and working part-time at Oakview Funeral Home. CLARA (YEYHUN) KYUNG, Violin Clara (Yeyhun) Kyung was born in Dresden, Germany. She is a Grade 11 student at White Oaks Secondary School. She began playing piano at the age of 5 and recently completed her Grade 9 RCM exam. She began playing violin, her primary instrument, at the age of 8, when she started attending École Sacré-Coeur (an arts school) in Sherbrooke, Québec. She is currently working on her Grade 10 RCM for violin and she studies with Adele Pierre. Clara played violin with the Halton Youth Symphony in 2012, and she also played flute in her school’s concert band in 2013. This is her first year playing with the Oakville Symphony. Outside of music, Clara enjoys learning new things and being academically challenged; hence, she is in the International Baccalaureate program at her school. She enjoys spending her free time reading, making crafts, or researching about interesting topics. EMMETT GLANCIE, Bass Emmett Glancie is a grade 11 student at Lester B. Pearson high school, where he sings bass in the choir, plays guitar in the jazz band, and timpani in the concert band. Emmett began playing violin at age 5, double bass at 12, guitar at 13, and piano at 15. He has also taught himself how to play percussion, and mandolin. In 2012, Emmett switched his primary instrument from violin, to double bass. Emmett played violin in the Halton Youth Chamber Orchestra in 2009, but switched to double bass in 2010 and played in the Halton Youth Chamber Orchestra, and Symphony Orchestra from 2010 until 2012, where he won 3 consecutive scholarships. He continues to play double bass in the newly formed Halton Mississauga Youth Orchestra. Recently Emmett has developed a passion for composition, and composed 2 orchestral pieces, March and The Flood, in 2013. March was played by the Halton Youth Symphony Orchestra in their final concert, and The Flood was entered in the Rotary Music Festival of Burlington, and received much praise, and a mark of 92%, which earned Emmett a scholarship. Emmett is rarely not playing music, but when he isn’t playing classical music, he enjoys playing electric bass in his band, along with writing, recording, and producing music from all other genres. Emmett is generally very easy to spot because he is usually wearing crazy pants. Emmett is honoured to be a member of the Oakville Symphony for their 2013/2014 season.


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PAVLO February 27, 2014 JIM BELUSIH & THE CHICAGO BOARD OF COMEDY April 30, 2014 All performances are at THE OAKVILLE CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS To order tickets call: 905-815-2021 or go to


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Margo’s Flowers & Gift Shoppe Imagine. Create. Behold.

NEW Location! The Tradition Continues! 2317 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville T: 905-827-5878 E: Margo’s is pleased to support the OSO by providing all floral arrangements for the 2013/14 season

The Oakville Centre HOUSE NOTES Wheelchair Seating is available. Please request these seats in advance, when ordering your tickets at the Box Office.

Smoking is prohibited inside the Oakville Centre. Latecomers will not be permitted to enter the Main Theatre after the show has been called. Guests arriving late will be asked to remain in the lobby and watch the performance on a video monitor. Ushers will escort latecomers to their seats during an appropriate break in the performance.

Sennheiser Hearing Assistance is installed in our Main Auditorium. Please ask the House Manager on duty for equipment. Coat Check Services are provided in the Main Lobby by Front Row Centre volunteers. Your donation assists the group’s fundraising efforts, the proceeds of which benefit the Oakville Centre.

Cameras and Recording Equipment are not permitted in the Main Theatre, due to copyright infringements and the hazards to performers created by the use of such equipment.

Mailing List Membership is complimentary at The Oakville Centre. If you are interested in being notified of upcoming events, simply complete the back portion of your ticket envelope and give it to a member of the house staff.

Refreshments and Beverages are not permitted in the Main Theatre. Bar service will be provided before the show and at intermission.


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Oakville Symphony February 1 & 2 2014  

During this 46th season of the Symphony, you will have the unique opportunity to experience a musical celebration dedicated to the Oakville...

Oakville Symphony February 1 & 2 2014  

During this 46th season of the Symphony, you will have the unique opportunity to experience a musical celebration dedicated to the Oakville...