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Large-Scale Works of Anders Hillborg

Large-Scale Works of Anders Hillborg
80 Queens Park, MacMillan Theatrel
Time: Jan 28th, 7:30 pm End: Jan 28th, 9:00 pm
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Concert featuring large-ensemble works composed by Anders Hillborg

Faculty of Music


Concert: Large-scale Works of Anders Hillborg
University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, MacMillan Singers, gamUT, and the Royal Conservatory of Music’s New Music Ensemble joint concert featuring large-ensemble music by Anders Hillborg. The program includes King Tide for orchestra, 2 Motets for choir, and the Paulinesisk Procession for wind band and inflatable doll. Conducted by Hilary Apfelstadt, Gillian MacKay, David Briskin and Brian Current.
Meldown Variations (1996)
            RCM New Music Ensemble & U of T gamUT ensemble
            Brian Current, conductor
2 Motets (1984)
            MacMillan Singers
            Hilary Apfelstadt, conductor
King Tide (1999)
            University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra
            David Briskin, conductor
Paulinesisk Procession
            University of Toronto Wind Ensemble
            Gillian MacKay, conductor
            Lisa Magill, costume designer
Saturday, January 28, 2012
7:30 pm. MacMillan Theatre
Edward Johnson Building, U of T, 80 Queen’s Park
Admission: $20 adult, $15 seniors/students | FlexiMIX: $16
TELUS Centre Box Office: 416-408-0208
Online order: www.music.utoronto.ca

For further information about this event, please contact the Faculty of Music at (416) 978-0491.

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