Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Nov 8 2016

Manitoba Chamber Orchestra with Andrew von Oyen
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra with Andrew von Oeyen

Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
Anne Manson, Music Director
Karl Stobbe, Concertmaster
Westminster United Church
8 November 2016

Anne Manson, conductor
Andrew von Oeyen, piano
Guy Few, trumpet

Christos Hatzis
Zeitgeist (Sprit of the Age)

Dmitri Shostakovich
Concerto in C Minor, for Piano, Trumpet and String Orchestra (Piano Concerto No. 1), Op. 35

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No. 29, in A Major, K 201

Concert sponsor / Pollard Banknote
Music Director sponsor / The Prolific Group
Concertmaster sponsor / Joel B. Cogan, BMO Nesbitt Burns
Piano sponsors / St. John’s Music and Yamaha Canada




Manitoba Chamber Orchestra



Anne Manson conducts the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra



Abstract Grand Piano Photograph



Shostakovich Concerto Opus 35



Pianist Andrew von Oeyen and Trumpeter Guy Few in the background



Guy Few: Trumpet, Piano, Corno


Andrew von Oeyen leans into the lower register


Winnipeg loves it’s Chamber Music
Guy Few, from a new angle


Andrew von Oeyen


The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra plays in Westminster United Church, Winnipeg



Andrew von Oeyen and Guy Few


An appreciative Chamber Music audience



Andrew lets the final note float away…


Local Winnipeg Music Celebrity Sarah Jo Kirsch talks to Guy Few




Inside Westminster United Church, Winnipeg



An impossible score to play by Vancouver Musician Andrew Fielding. It’s a musical joke!


The awesome Double Basses





Mozart Score



Conductor Anne Manson






Westminster United Church at night



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