COVID-19 update: While we can’t present live concerts at this time due to the current pandemic, we have a great 2020/2021 Online Digital Season ready to go.
We’ve adapted an amazing 2020/2021 Season for the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra.
The SPO offers two different online Series, which we’re certain you will enjoy.
#1: Our all-new SPOGreatMusic Podcast Series, with host Dr. Daniel Medizadeh. Through these podcasts, Daniel will interview musicians, conductors, historians, musicologists, and members of the broader orchestra community. We’ll also have some special guests popping in, so you won’t want to miss a single episode. The SPOGreatMusic Podcast Series is available on major platforms like Appleand Spotify. The podcast series runs through April 2021.
Click here to see our SPOGreatMusic Podcast schedule, with release dates, themes, and links to detailed episode information. #SPOGreatMusic.
#2: Our all-new SPOGreatMusic Performance Series features musical performance videos created by musicians of the SPO, friends of the SPO, and special guest artists, perhaps from around the world. You’ll find these fantastic videos on our YouTube channel. We also have arranged with the Sheridan College Animation program to present a series of short films, created by 4th Year students, and featuring new music scores composed and performed digitally by members of the SPO family. This was a huge hit with our live audience on May 4, 2019, where the music was performed live with the projected movies. A new animated short will be presented every other Friday as part of our SPOGreatMusic Performance Series offering from October 9, 2020, through April 2021.
You can find more information on our homepage, as well as on special 2020/2021 SPOGreatMusic Performance pages on our website (coming soon). These will be updated regularly, so please check in with our website often.
From music for a solo instrument, to world premieres, we’re confident you’ll enjoy the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2020/2021 Online Season.
Details as of September 18, 2020. For the latest program updates and changes, please check here.