10:05 - 12:00 PM
TWO NEW HOURS
CBC Radio Two
THE CBC VANCOUVER ORCHESTRA
...The program justified itself with...the premiere of a ravishing Canadian work, Christos Hatzis' Confessional for cello and orchestra, featuring cellist Shauna Rolston. The piece represents a series of evolutions in faith and is profoundly beautiful, sensuous and full of contrast, with a radiant (and difficult) part for the cello. Rolston, as precise as she was fearless, was amazing, and so was the orchestra in a role that shimmers with exotic colours. How often do you hear a piece of new music and want to rehear it again right away?
Lloyd Dykk, THE VANCOUVER SUN
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January 15. 8:00 PM.Fertility Rites Beverley Johnston, marimba. Peterborough Concert Association; Showplace Theatre, Peterborough, Ontario.
January 20. National radio broadcast of Confessional on the CBC Radio 2 program "In Performance". For times, please consult CBC local listings.
January 23. 8:00 PM. Performance of Nadir; Carol Ann Savage, flute; Anthony Rapoport, viola. Music Umbrella concerts, Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Avenue (just west of the Chester Subway), Toronto. Admission: $10/$8 (general admission) at the door.
February 7. National radio broadcast of Confessional on the CBC Radio 2 program "Symphony Hall". For times, please consult CBC local listings.
March 9, 8:00 PM. Equivoque; Martin Martin Boucher, harpsichord. University of Montreal (Room B-421), 200 ave Vincent-d'Indy, Montreal.
March 12, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden; Joseph Petric, accordion; The Music Gallery, Toronto.
March19, 8:00 PM. Equivoque; Martin Martin Boucher, harpsichord. University of Montreal (Room B-484), 200 ave Vincent-d'Indy, Montreal.
March 24, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden; Joseph Petric, accordion; The Yjsbreker, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
January 28. National radio broadcast of Confessional with Shauna Rolston, cello and the CBC Vanvoucer Orchestra under Mario Bernardi on the CBC Radio 2 program "Two New Hours".
A work for solo soprano,
three contraltos, SATB Choir
THE TORONTO CHAMBER CHOIR
THE AMADEUS CHOIR
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
141 McCaul St., Toronto
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The performance of De Angelis will be
the entire second half of the concert (26 minutes).
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April 26, 12 noon. Broadcast of Fertility Rites with Beverley Johnston on marimba, on the CBC Radio 2 program "Music Around Us".
April 26. Broadcast of Fertility Rites, (Beverley Johnston, marimba), Hunter's Dream, Footprints in New Snow, Nunavut (Annalee Patipatanakoon, Carol Fujino, violins; Douglas Perry, viola; David Hetherington, violoncello); NPS Radio, Holland. This will be the first complete broadcast of Hatzis' latest compact disc Footprints in New Snow which has not been commercially relased yet.
May 15, 8:00 PM. Performance of Heirmos; Eblana Choir, John O'Flynn, conductor; Christchurch Cathedral; Dublin, Ireland.
May 22, 8:00 PM. World premiere performance of Zeitgeist; The Camerata Orchestra; Alexander Myrat, conductor. The Athens Concert Hall [Megaron Mousikis], Athens, Greece. Christos will be in Athens to attend the performance and will give a public lecture on his recent music before the concert.
May 22, 8:00 PM. World premiere performance of Zeitgeist; The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony; Noel Edison, conductor. Centre in the Square, Kitchener, Canada. Part of the Open Ears Festival 1999.
October 18 -21. Four performances of Fertility Rites; Beverley Johnston, marimba; Music in the Morning, Vancouver, BC.
November 6. Fertility Rites; Beverley Johnston, marimba; International Percussion Event, Paris, France. The work was subsequently performed in a percussion master class by Beverley Johnston in Geneva, Switzerland.
December 31, 11:00 PM. World premiere of Hatzis' Viderunt Omnes, part of "The Millennium Project", an one hour radio special presented by the European Broadcasting Union will air at the same time by the national networks of each member country (EBU members include networks in North America, Australia and Asia.) The program will herald the new millennium and celebrate Western Music, from the advent of polyphony to the present. Each member country has been requested to provide a five minute original composition based on the Perotin's organum "Viderunt Omnes" from Matinus Lieber. Hatzis has been commissioned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to compose the Canadian entry for this event.
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