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2024/2025 Season Concerts

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Please join the SSO for our season opener featuring an array of fascinating and appealing
music by Canadian, American, Mexican and Argentinian composers. British Columbia’s Christine Donkin wrote her Four Poems in 2015, based on the poetry of New Brunswick poet Charles Roberts. Everyone will recognise Aaron Copland’s beloved Simple Gifts and The Little Horses, as well as Astor Piazzolla’s evocative tangos Libertango and Milonga del ángel. Colourfully orchestrated with an emphasis on instruments typical of the Veracruz style (trumpet, harp, and violins) and driven by its distinctive rhythm, José Moncayo’s Huapango has become an enduring classic.


Given the enormous success of SSO’s Nutcracker performance in December 2023, Tchaikovsky’s first symphony, called Winter Daydreams, will be the highlight of the winter season. Surely everyone of us has skated several laps of our local ice rinks to
Waldteufel’s Skater’s Waltz with smiles on our faces and joy in our hearts. The SSO is pleased to present these and another seasonal favourite, The Sound of Music, at this most wonderful time of the year.


Canadian composer John Estacio wrote his King Arthur’s Camelot for the Cincinnati Ballet in 2016. His thrilling overture will light up the afternoon. With Erica Mancuso on violin and Anya Mallinger on viola, two of the Sault Symphony’s very own string players will perform as double soloists in Mozart’s masterpiece Sinfonia Concertante. The programme concludes with a cornerstone of the symphonic repertoire - Dvořák’s Symphony Number 9, the New World Symphony.


Magical Musical Mystery Tour? you ask. Good question, we say - one which will be answered in due course. Saith Shakespeare, “How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank! Here will we sit, and let the sounds of music creep in our ears: soft stillness and the night become the touches of sweet harmony.” (The Merchant of Venice) Think: Beatles
and Big Band and Tolkien and a large pink cat.

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