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October 29, 2017: Toronto Mandolin Orchestra Fall Classic

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With special guest artists in an all-classical programme:

  • Violinists Wanes Moubayed and Anna Maria Moubayed
  • Pianist Richard Gao
Beethoven Symphony Nº 7 excerpts
Grieg Peer Gynt Suite
Rossini Barber of Seville Overture
Khachaturian Adagio from Gayaneh
Vivaldi Concerto for Two Violins
Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto Nº 1
Massenet Meditation
Loskutov Concerto for Domra

Sun. Oct. 29, 3:30pm

Trinity St Paul’s Centre

427 Bloor St W west of Spadina

$35 adult • $20 student
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416-533-2725
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Toronto Mandolin Orchestra
The Toronto Mandolin Orchestra has been part of the Toronto music scene for 61 years. Formed in 1956, it began as a primarily Ukrainian musical group but soon broadened its repertoire to encompass the musical traditions of other Canadians and to include classical pieces and commissioned Canadian works. The programme will feature an all-classical line-up of some of the world’s most popular and recognizable numbers, performed with a fresh perspective and the distinctive sound of a mandolin orchestra.

Resident soloist Ira Erokhina
Ira Erokhina, Concertmaster of the tmo and resident soloist, studied at the Russian State Academy of Music in Moscow and was soloist with the Osipov Folk Orchestra. She will perform Meditation and Concerto for Domra.
Special guest artists

Wanes Moubayed
Wanes is the founder of “Artist’s Project” in Syria which taught children violin at a very early age. He was artistic director and concert master of agbu “Gomidas” chamber orchestra from 2006 to 2012 until the outbreak of the Syrian war. Wanes performs the Adagio from Gayaneh and Concerto for Two Violins with his daughter Anna Maria.

Anna Maria Moubayed
Anna Maria began playing violin at a very early age with her father. She is the two-time silver prize winner of Renascence International Contest held in Armenia and has had the highest score of the national “Izabella 2015” competition and the “Art Music” contest.

Richard Gao
Richard is a scholarship student at The Royal Conservatory of Music. Now 14, he began studying piano before he was three, won his first music competition at the age of five and made his Carnegie Hall debut at seven. He has also performed at Roy Thomson Hall, Koerner Hall, Merkin Hall and CBC Glenn Gould Studio. Richard is the winner of many international and national competitions. He will perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto Nº 1.

Update: Peter and the Wolf by the Toronto Mandolin Orchestra

Please be informed that the performance of Peter and the Wolf by the Toronto Mandolin Orchestra, originally scheduled for Sunday, June 18, has been postponed due to unforeseen difficulties.

This unique program will be presented next season, the new date to be announced.

So, watch for further information on the Wolf. Thank you.