with the Saskatoon Symphony Chorus
March 31, 2017
Eric Paetkau, conductor
Erin Brophey, oboe
One of Mozart’s most beautiful choral works will surely be a perfect way to start your spring. Composed in 1779 in Salzburg, the work remains as stunning today as the day it was first performed.
Canadian composer Allan Gilliland’s delightful oboe concerto in the baroque-style is one of the most charming works of the entire season. We are proud to feature SSO Principal Oboist, Erin Brophey, for this exquisite Canadian concerto.
Concerto for Oboe, Strings, and Harpsichord – Allan Gilliland
Symphony in Eb, Wq 179, H.654 – CPE Bach
Concerto Grosso, Op 6 No 1 – George Fredrich Handel
Coronation Mass, in C major K. 317 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra
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