Main Concert Series
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Leading up to London Symphonia's pre-Halloween presentation of The Hands of Orlac, join us for this free one hour talk with London Symphonia Composer-in-Residence Scott Good as he takes us through the creative process of composing two hours of music for this 1920's silent horror-romance film classic.
A raucous, pre-Halloween live performance of Scott Good’s original music for the 1920’s horror film The Hands of Orlac. Join us in ‘horror dress’ for the performance and the costume party afterwards.
London Symphonia’s annual performance of Handel’s Messiah, with special guests London Pro Musica Choir and a cast of fantastic soloists.
London Symphonia is joined by Juno nominated Canadian singer-songwriter Danny Michel for an intimate concert experience that taps into Danny’s adventurous and fearless spirit as one of Canada’s finest performers.
London native Cameron Crozman joins the orchestra for Haydn’s uplifting Cello Concerto in C major. London Symphonia will then perform Stravinsky’s “Dumbarton Oaks” Concerto in E flat and Beethoven’s joyous Symphony No. 1.
London Symphonia together with special guest the Light of East Ensemble present a tapestry of musical selections from the Eastern Mediterranean, in this concert for all ages. The program will include folk, Classical Arabic, and Greek Rembetika, as well as 20th century urban music from regions like Armenia, Turkey, Syria and Israel, with new arrangements by conductor and composer-in-residence Scott Good.