Pop Up Festival aims to surprise you!
The Guelph Symphony Orchestra’s Pop-Up Orchestra Festival continues today with a free concert at the Sleeman Centre. Members of the Symphony are mounting a series of free concerts, in imaginative, unexpected, and less formal settings, throughout our city, designed to engage, entertain and to be interactive as a way to give back to our community while building our audience.
- a pop up of the Barber of Seville in a Barbershop,
- a children’s concert on Thursday at 11:30am at the Guelph Public library featuring a piece by Kurdish-Canadian composer, Nauroz Tanya, who next month will have this piece performed by the San Francisco Symphony
- performances at the Sleeman Centre,
- DanceTheatre David Earle,
- U of G and the
- Guelph Community Health Centre.
- Bach’s Coffee Cantata in a coffee shop
- Violin & Harpsichord Virtuosi Edwin Huizinga and Elliot Figg at the Red Brick Cafe
- The Festival launched on January 19th with An Afternoon of Wizardry at the Civic Museum.
All of these concerts are strategically designed to ignite the curiosity and wonder of casual audiences and passersby. Giving people beautifully arranged music delivered with passion and panache has made the GSO one of the most successful regional orchestras. Here’s a chance for everyone to hear them for free!
For a complete listing of concerts, visit https://guelphsymphony.com/pop-up/
Get ready to be inspired!