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Wychwood Clarinet Choir presents: Sounds of Spring

Discussion in 'Upcoming Concerts/Shows' started by ClareHG, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. ClareHG

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    Join us for an afternoon of wonderful music for clarinets,

    featuring Windsong and Red Rosey Bush by Howard Cable,

    Immer Kleiner by Adolf Schreiner,

    Gustav Holst's First Suite in Eb arranged by Matt Johnston,

    and a version of Claude Debussy's Arabesque arranged by Roy Greaves.



    Come out for an evening of beautiful spring music and other tasty treats.


    Featuring our famous home made treats at intermission,
    50/50 draw and raffle to raise funds for the choir.



    This concert will include a special tribute to our late
    Composer and Conductor Laureate, Howard Cable.

    www.wychwoodclarinetchoir.com

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    it's going to be a great show!

    I hope any of you in the GTA will come out :)


    how can you possibly top a clarinet choir?!?!
     
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    pete Brassica Oleracea Staff Member Administrator

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    Two comments:
    a. I had no clue what the "GTA" was, until I searched the website. I'm assuming "Greater Toronto Area."
    b. Your director looks like she's maybe 16. Then I read she's got a Master's degree already.
     
  5. ClareHG

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    not just the Toronto area...but the Greater Toronto Area!

    Yes she does seem young, but I think she's almost 40! (she keeps her age secret!) She's so talented...a great mentor and teacher
     
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