Introducing Our 2018-2019 Season!

2018-19 Season Brochure


Stars of the Band

This concert showcases some of our highly accomplished musicians, accompanied by the Wellington Wind Symphony. A trio from our trumpet section will play Leroy Anderson’s Bugler’s Holiday. Saxophonist Tracey Frank brings us Bernard Heiden’s Diversion for Alto Saxophone and Band. Eric Satie’s Two Gymnopédies for Flutes featuring our entire flute section, and Michael Brand’s Tuba Tapestry played by Allan Lee, are exciting additions to the afternoon. In addition, the full ensemble will perform Claude T. Smith’s spirited Symphony No. 1 for Band, Lindsey E. Stetner’s lovely Under the Butterfly’s Wing, and Gordon Jacob’s beloved An Original Suite.

Adults: $20.00         Seniors (60+): $15.00          Students: Free


Wellington Wind Symphony Season, 2018-19


Pratik Gandhi

Pratik Gandhi

Stars of the Band

Music Director Candidate – Pratik Gandhi

Sunday October 21, 3:00 pm

This concert showcases some of our highly accomplished musicians accompanied by the Wellington Wind Symphony, including saxophonist Tracey Frank, tuba player Allan Lee, and our fabulous trumpet section. More…

 


Present

Our Gift to You!

Perhaps Your Christmas Present

Sunday December 9, 7:30 pm

Since some of the repertoire will be chosen by our guest conductors, there will be a few surprises on this program! Expect some traditional favourites, and a contemporary piece or two that might become a future treasure. More…

 


Amy McLennan

Amy McLennan

Of War and Might

Music Director Candidate – Amy McLennan

Piano & Violin – Marcus Scholtes

Sunday February 24, 3:00 pm

Marcus Scholtes

Marcus Scholtes

The strength of this theme, Of War and Might, is undeniable. Wartime events encompass so much emotion: pride of country, admiration for leaders, celebration of victory, dealing with defeat, loss of loved ones. The composers on this program excel at expressing these emotions. More…

 


Andrew Chung

Andrew Chung

Sweet Modern Melodies

Music Director Candidate – Andrew Chung

Mezzo-soprano – Jennifer Enns Modolo

Jennifer Enns Modolo

Jennifer Enns Modolo

Sunday April 14, 3:00 pm

Focusing on music written originally for band, we offer a program by contemporary and established North American composers, Vincent Persichetti’s well-loved Symphony No. 6, for Band, Op. 69 (1956). We are thrilled to have acclaimed mezzo-soprano, Jennifer Enns Modolo, as our guest soloist. More…

 


This will be an exciting season for the Wellington Wind Symphony. For the first time in ten years, we will be auditioning for a new Music Director. Each concert will be rehearsed by a different candidate, so expect some surprises. We hope they will add some of their personal favourites. You will have the opportunity to witness and contribute to this process by giving us feedback on the conductors: their interpretations of the music, their ability to connect with the audience, and their skill at inspiring our musicians to give their very best.


    Adults: $20.00         Seniors (60+): $15.00          Students: Free
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Please remember that for this season there will be one performance only of each program. All concerts will be at Knox Presbyterian Church in Waterloo.


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