March 26, 2020, at 7:30pm
The Cotton Factory (270 Sherman Ave North, Hamilton)
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the board of directors of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra has made the difficult but prudent decision to cancel the remainder of the 19-20 Season.
Ticket holders are being contacted with options, which include donating the value of tickets for a charitable tax receipt or requesting a refund. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Click here for all HPO notifications related to COVID-19.
Gemma New presents an orchestral experience that is fresh, accessible and cutting edge. Join us as HPO musicians perform an evocative program that integrates visual and multimedia arts. In this unconventional format, concert-goers are seated around the orchestra only feet from the musicians. Grab a drink with friends, enjoy a pre-concert DJ set and take in the multi-sensory environment. Switch seats between pieces to hear each work from a new perspective. There will even be an opportunity to speak with the musicians and Music Director Gemma New.
Doors open at 6:30pm
Music begins at 7:30pm
Gemma New conductor
Andrew Clark, Composer Fellow: Heliacal Rising
Roydon Tse: Down the Rabbit Hole
Mendelssohn: String Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Mvt II
Jeffrey Ryan, Earthshine
James O’Callaghan, The Earth, Split Open
Shostakovich, Chamber Symphony (arr. R Barshai), Mvt I and II
Norbert Palej: Rorate Coeli
Pre-concert and intermission DJ set by DJ Smooth Transitions
Support Provided by:
|Bob and Peggy Savage|