Upcoming performance of Scylla by Jordan Pal marks WSO’s 5th premiere in three years; speaks volume of commitment to great music making.
For 71 years the Windsor Symphony Orchestra has been dedicated to the performance of music in its highest quality - from Bach, to Beethoven, and beyond. This dedication includes featuring new works by talented composers and performances by the best soloists in the orchestral field. Continuing its commitment to excellence, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra features another World Premiere, the fifth in three years, in its next concert on January 26th, 2019.
The world premiere of Toronto-based composer Jordan Pal’s work Scylla: Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra
features Gordon Wolfe (Toronto Symphony Orchestra Principal Trombonist) illustrates the WSO’s continuous relationship with great music and musicians. This is the third work by Pal that the WSO has performed and the 2nd work the WSO premiered (Fallen
by Pal was premiered in the 2017/2018 season).
Saturday, January 26th, 8pm
Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Franz, 7:00PM
Tickets can be purchased online at www.windsorsymphony.com
, in person at the box office (121 University Ave. W), or on the phone by calling (519) 973 – 1238 ext. 2.