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August – December 2018

Aug
16
Thu
Folkfest
Aug 16 – Aug 18 all-day

Make sure to come visit our table at the German Pavilion for Folkfest this year!

 

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Aug
26
Sun
Chuck Wagon Supper and Show at the German Cultural Centre
Aug 26 all-day

Saskatoon! The Cross Country Show Band is back!
Chuckwagon Dinner Buffet and Country Show
Includes Fantastic BBQ Buffet – Dust off boots and Cowboy Hats!
Special Guests: River City Squares + Bridge City Cloggers
Special Senior Pricing $40.00/pp Adults $45.00 plus taxes
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Sep
9
Sun
Fall Berry Festival and Market @ German Cultural Centre
Sep 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Nov
4
Sun
Music of World War One @ Convocation Hall, U of S Campus
Nov 4 @ 2:00 pm
Saskatoon Symphony Chamber Players

To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, the SSO is exploring the music that came from a generation of composers who were forever impacted by their experiences and losses.

Jan van Gilse’s Nonet (1916) was written at a time when he had to leave Germany for his native Netherlands due to the increasing tension of the war. Englishman Frank Bridge was deeply disturbed by the war. His music during that time, including 2 Old English Songs for String Quartet (1916), showed a deep searching for the pastoral and spiritual consolation. German composer Paul Hindemith was conscripted in 1917 and joined his regiment in January of 1918. Forever shaped by his experiences in the war, Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 2 (1922) shows his growth as a young composer post-war.

Excerpt taken from: saskatoonsymphony.org

 

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Dec
14
Fri
Handel’s Messiah @ Knox United Church
Dec 14 @ 7:30 pm
Eric Paetkau, Music Director
Allison Walmsley, soprano
Lisa Hornung, alto
Spencer McKnight, tenor
Adam Harris, bass
Saskatoon Symphony Chorus, Duff Warkentin Handel’s timeless masterpiece marks its 105th performance in Saskatoon. A tradition older than the SSO, Handel’s Messiah is the musical high point of a busy holiday concert season.The SSO is joined by four exceptional soloists all ready to take on the virtuosic singing of Messiah.  The Saskatoon Symphony Chorus returns for the fifth year. Get your tickets early because with performances like these, it’s no wonder it sells out every year!

Excerpt taken from: saskatoonsymphony.org

 

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