War Memorial Hall will be the setting for this wonderful afternoon of Harry Potter inspired activities and music! All proceeds go to the Children First Fund, Family and Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County. Visit www.fcsgw.org to purchase tickets.
Finals for the Guelph Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 Under 23 Concerto Competition were held at the Guelph Youth Music Centre, on Sunday January 13th. Congratulations to violinist Emily Bosenius, who will play a full concerto with us in the 2019-20 season and to our two runners-up, James David Conquer (saxophone) and Veronika Manchur (violinist)!
Special thanks to our charming Emcee, Jay Samuel and to our wonderful adjudicators, Pateris Zarins and GSO Concertmaster, Jose Molina.
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A fantastic article in the Record about our Principal Horn Player, Tony Snyder’s experience with the Berlin Philharmonic!
The GSO would like to thank everyone who helped make this year’s Summer’s Night Classical 5K another success. Thank you to the race participants, especially the GSO members who laced up their runners, and the runners who proudly wore their tutus and bow ties. Thank you for your generous support!
We would especially like to thank John Marsden, the Guelph Victors and Speed River Track & Field Club volunteers for making the event happen. Thanks also to: The on-course musicians: Rachel Roe, Emily Brownlee, Douglas Fleming, Raymond DeVidi, Alison Feuerwerker, Janine Smith, Larry Moser, Niki Tang, Allen Carter, Amy Di Nino, Dom Di Nino, Art Lang, and Nick “Shu-dog” Grayson The volunteers at the GSO table: Catherine Molina, Ruth Anne Moser The Guelph Youth Music Centre The race sponsors: The Running Works, The Homewood, Domino’s Pizza and Wellington Brewery See you next year!
Season Finale Concert Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:30pm
AUDIENCE CHOICE: ELGAR and ESTACIO
2016/17 season ends with audience and orchestra’s choice of Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Canadian
composer John Estacio’s “A Wondrous Light”. Also featured is the Grand Winner of the 2016 GSO Under-
23 Concerto Competition, pianist Coral Solomon | River Run Centre