The Contest Between Harmony and Invention
October 25, 2015
Featuring KS ensemble soloists Laura Reid, Steve Lubiarz and Diane Lane performing some of the lesser known Vivaldi concerti from the Red Priest’s Op.8 (from which his Four Seasons are drawn),
the Sinfonia presents a concert of repertoire that spans the ages. We are excited to present the work of videogame composer Austin Wintory – his “Apotheosis” from the breakout hit game
“Journey”, Estonian minimalist Arvo Part’s “Orient and Occident”, and Franz Schreker’s sublime “Intermezzo.”
Memories of the Old World
February 21, 2016
An eclectic program featuring flautist Jiajia Li and Bulgarian accordionist Konstantin Bozhinov. The Sinfonia presents repertoire spanning nations and time periods; a musical snapshot of distant homelands.
Tilting against Windmills
May 15, 2016
Kensington Sinfonia will proudly present the winner of our annual student Concerto Competition. This young performer will be featured on a diverse program including American minimalist composer John Adams’ “Shaker Loops”, and Syrian composer and violinist Maias Alyamani’s “Sea Waves.” We conclude the season with selections from Telemann’s masterful suite “Burlesque de Quixotte”, bringing to life the stories of humor, adventure and romance from the famous “Ingenious, Low-Born Noble, Don Quixote of La Mancha.”
Kensington Sinfonia is pleased to announce that members of the ensemble will play Mendelssohn's Concerto No. 1 with Pavel Kolesnikov at Honens Festival Open Air concert on September 12, 2015. The concert will be held at 2 pm at Central Memorial Park (1221 2nd Street SW, Calgary) and admission is free. For more information click here.
August 13, 2015
August 10, 2015
The Kensington Sinfonia
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