On March 29th, 2019 the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra performed Heinz Moehn’s Music for Violin and Orchestra, a piece that had gone unperformed since its premiere in Germany in 1938. In this lecture, University of Saskatchewan musicology professor Amanda Lalonde (with guest collaborators and performers) will share her research on the rediscovery of Moehn’s musical life, his compositions, and his connections with important figures of twentieth-century music.
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SGC’s Spring Postillion 2019 also contains more information on Heinz Moehn with his Saskatoon connection, the article can be found here.
Eric Paetkau, music director
Naomi Ford, flute
The SSO is celebrating the start of spring with by bringing back our mini-Mozart Festival! Concerts through the week will lead up to this very special evening featuring Mozart’s Symphony No. 29.
We’re thrilled to present flutist Naomi Ford in her SSO debut with Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 1. Naomi was the winner of the Grand Award at the National Music Festival in 2017, and the SSO had teamed up with the National Music Festival to present the Grand Award winner. We never knew we could expect an artist of this calibre!
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