TSO On Demand: The Ultimate Guide to Eating Halloween Candy
Sink your sweet tooth into a candy-centred hour of musical mayhem and Halloween hilarity, as Barrett Principal Education Conductor & Community Am-BOO!-ssador Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser attempts to work late on All Hallow’s Eve to program the perfect Young People’s Concert—only to be interrupted by spooks, sprites, and serious sugar cravings! Featuring favourites by Bach, Tchaikovsky, and Mussorgsky, alongside some newer symphonic confections, The Ultimate Guide to Eating Halloween Candy promises tricks and treats to satisfy your whole family.
This concert is approximately 45 minutes in length and will feature approximately 25 musicians from the Orchestra. Learn more about the TSO On Demand series.
Available Monday, October 26, 2020–Sunday, November 1, 2020
Jessie Montgomery: Starburst
Liszt/arr. Gary Kulesha: Nuages gris
J. S. Bach: “Air” from Suite No. 3
Tchaikovsky/arr. Gary Kulesha: “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” from The Nutcracker
Gary Kulesha: Ostinato Revisited (adapted from Béla Bartók’s Ostinato from Mikrokosmos)
Maxime Goulet: “Dark Chocolate” from Symphonic Chocolates
Maxime Goulet: “Caramel Chocolate” from Symphonic Chocolates
Maxime Goulet: “Coffee-Infused Chocolate” from Symphonic Chocolates
Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings – Mvt. IV
Mussorgsky/arr. Eric Segnitz: St. John’s Night on Bald Mountain
Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, Barrett Principal Education Conductor & Community Ambassador
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