Monday, January 5, 2015

Janice Jackson performs at Open Waters Festival Jan 13, 2015

Upstream Music Association


Open Waters Festival of New and Experimental Music

2 Music Filled Nights – 2 Central Locations – 11 Brilliant Performances
The Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, 6101 University Ave, Halifax
The Atlantica Hotel, Commons Room,  1980 Robie Street, Halifax

Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 7:30 pm
The Sir James Dunn Theatre, Halifax
Featuring: Bernhard Gueller, conductor, Janice Jackson soprano, (NSTT 1987 Portia White Award) Simon Docking, piano
Symphony Nova Scotia explores emerging, unconventional, and cutting-edge symphonic music as part of the 2015 Open Waters New Music Festival. Hear our premiere performances of four compelling new works: Canadian composer Jeffrey Ryan's Juno-nominated Pangaea, Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina's mystical Piano Concerto, Anton Webern's meditative Symphony, Op. 21, and the world premiere of a brand-new composition from Halifax's own Jerome Blais, written especially for our orchestra.

Festival Pass:  $40 / $35 (students / seniors) – to buy go to
Available at the Dalhousie Arts Centre Box Office:
For information please call: 902-494-3820
Festival Pass:$40.00 Seniors and Students $35. Purchase through PayPal possible.
$20 Single entrance to either night and Saturday afternoon

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