Robert Uchida Leads the Symphony Nova Scotia Players
Sunday, January 29, 2012, 2 pm
St. Andrew's United Church (corner of Coburg and Robie), Halifax
Featuring Symphony Nova Scotia musicians:
Robert Uchida, leader
Richard Simoneau, trumpet
Curtis Dietz, trumpet
Brian James, oboe
Eric Mathis, alto trombone
On the program:
Mozart: Divertimento for Strings in D
J.W. Hertel: Concerto for Trumpet and Oboe
Vivaldi: Concerto for Two Trumpets in C
Leopold Mozart: Serenade in D
After last season’s highly popular baroque concert featuring Symphony Nova Scotia’s own virtuoso musicians, Robert Uchida once again leads the orchestra in a homegrown baroque feast.
Trumpeters Richard Simoneau and Curtis Dietz perform Vivaldi’s intricate Concerto for Two Trumpets, while oboist Brian James and trombonist Eric Mathis team up with Curtis and Richard to perform music by Hertel and Leopold Mozart.
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