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From Ellesmere Island to Cape Horn – Kitchener

Larry Moser, clarinet
Daniel Warren, conductor

Travel with us! Right from your seat at this concert! Music Director Daniel Warren has taken flight for our season finale, which will be a musical excursion from top to bottom of the western hemisphere. Renowned Wilfrid Laurier composer Glenn Buhr brings...   read more

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From Ellesmere Island to Cape Horn – Waterloo

Larry Moser, clarinet
Daniel Warren, conductor

Travel with us! Right from your seat at this concert! Music Director Daniel Warren has taken flight for our season finale, which will be a musical excursion from top to bottom of the western hemisphere. Renowned Wilfrid Laurier composer Glenn Buhr brings...   read more

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Thank You, Dan Warren

Daniel WarrenIt is with regret that the Wellington Wind Symphony announces our Music Director Daniel Warren’s resignation from this position, effective at the end of the current season.

Daniel Warren is a highly sought-after conductor, arranger and trumpet soloist, and has conducted many of Canada’s leading...   read more

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All That Jazz! – Kitchener

Daniel Warren, Conductor

Just the word “jazz” conjures up excitement! The Weillington Wind Symphony swings! In this delightful concert, Chick Corea’s Spain, Oscar Peterson’s Place St. Henri, and the music of Woody Herman will be featured. Then there is all...   read more

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All That Jazz! – Waterloo

Daniel Warren, Conductor

Just the word “jazz” conjures up excitement! The Wellington Wind Symphony swings! In this delightful concert, Chick Corea’s Spain, Oscar Peterson’s Place St. Henri, and the music of Woody Herman will be featured. Then there is all the...   read more

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Milestones – Kitchener

Natasha Campbell, Soprano
Daniel Warren, Conductor

Focusing on life’s significant moments: birth, education, career, love, family, travel, death and the hereafter, we offer a program of lovely and evocative music in many moods, including: Michael Tippet, Music for the Birthday of Prince Charles;...   read more

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Milestones – Waterloo

Natasha Campbell, Soprano
Daniel Warren, Conductor

Focusing on life’s significant moments: birth, education, career, love, family, travel, death and the hereafter, we offer a program of lovely and evocative music in many moods, including: Michael Tippet, Music for the Birthday of Prince Charles;...   read more

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Wind Symphony Whimsy

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Stephen Fox, Alto Clarinet

Stephen Fox, Alto Clarinet

Daniel Warren, Conductor

Containing some of the most memorable music for the medium, all in this program was written originally for wind symphony: Howard Cable’s Scottish Rhapsody, Holst’s Second Suite for Military Band, Alfred Reed’s Othello, Symphonic Portrait for Concert Band,...   read more

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Wind Symphony Whimsy

Stephen Fox

Stephen Fox, Alto Clarinet

Stephen Fox, Alto Clarinet

Daniel Warren, Conductor

Containing some of the most memorable music for the medium, all in this program was written originally for wind symphony: Howard Cable’s Scottish Rhapsody, Holst’s Second Suite for Military Band, Alfred Reed’s Othello, Symphonic Portrait for Concert Band,...   read more

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In the European Tradition

Rachel Thomas, Trombone

Daniel Warren, Conductor

This concert includes some memorable original music for wind symphony and a beautiful transcription of one Mahler’s most beloved movements, the first movement from Symphony No. 3. Also on the program: Mendelssohn’s Overture for Band, Fisher Tull’s Sketches on...   read more

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