EAST MEETS WEST CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT – St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Anglican Church
May 25, 2019, 8 pm
Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra Women’s Choir
Yiping Chao, Director and Guest Soloist | Kevin Zi-Xiao He, Guest Conductor
Odin String Quartet
Alex Toskov, Violin; Tanya Charles Iveniuk, Violin; Veronica Lee, Viola; Samuel Bisson, Cello
Yiping Chao, Soprano
Guest performers – Lucy Lu, piano; Larkin Hinder, bassoon; Ronald Royer, cello; Mark Laidman, bass
Joseph Haydn – Quartet in B flat major, Op. 76, No. 4 (Sunrise), 4th Movement
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symphony No. 5 in G minor, K.183, 1st Movement
Gaetano Brunetti – Quintetto No. 4, Op. 2 for Bassoon and String Quartet
Bruno Degazio – The Pearl for String Quartet (SPO Commission, World Premiere)
Chris Meyer – Journey Through Night for String Quartet (SPO Commission, World Premiere)
Alex Eddington – Gibbons vs. Gibbons (SPO Commission)
Sarah Shugarman – Carousel for String Sextet
Traditional Chinese music has been specially arranged for String Quartet, Soprano, and Piano, including: Embroidering a Pouch (folk song from Nanyang City, orchestrated by Eugene He), Not Seeing You from February (Shanbei folk song, orchestrated by Zhao Jun), and Lark, the Beautiful Singer (Kazahk folk song, orchestrated by Zhao Jun).
Johann Strauss – One Day When We Were Young (arranged for String Quartet, Piano, and Women’s Choir by Meng Zianbin, orchestrated by Eugene He)
Gu Kianfen – Missing (arranged and orchestrated for String Quartet, Piano, and Women’s Choir by Erhei Liang)
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