Subseries FE - Faculty ensembles

University of Toronto symphony orchestra Borrowings and inspirations Wind symphony University of Toronto symphony orchestra World music ensembles Music responding to crisis University of Toronto guitar orchestra University of Toronto symphony orchestra UTSO concerto competition finals University of Toronto symphony orchestra
at the New music festival Disparate places Wind symphony University of Toronto symphony orchestra Wind symphony Loss and reflection University of Toronto symphony orchestra World music ensembles Pianofest 2 Sing and rejoice! Music for a Sunday afternoon In low voice Pianofest 3 Pianofest 1 University of Toronto percussion ensemble Handel's Messiah Handel's Messiah Celebrating the Choral and Vocal music of Imant Raminsh with the UofT symphony orchestra In high voice

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CA OTUFM 51-CS17/18-FE


Faculty ensembles


  • October 6, 2017 - April 7, 2018 (Creation)

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28 events (WAV files + 28 programs)

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Subseries consists of programs and recordings by ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer ; Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gillian MacKay ; Wind Symphony, conducted by Jeffrey Reynolds ; University of Toronto Scola Cantorum, conducted by Daniel Taylor ; University of Toronto Men's Chorus, conducted by Mark Ramsay ; Women's Chamber Choir ; University of Toronto Women's Chorus, conducted by Tracy Wong and Elaine Choi ; MacMillan Singers ; University of Toronto Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Jeffrey McFadden ; and, University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble, directed by Aiyun Huang.

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