17 February 2018, Saturday at 8pm
St. Joseph’s Church, Ottawa
Arnold Bax – The Garden of Fand (1916)
Sergei Prokofiev – War and Peace (Orchestral Suite), op. 91 (1942)
Max Bruch – Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 (1880)
Hart House Orchestra, University of Toronto
Henry Janzen, Conductor and Music Director
Eszter Horváth, Assistant Conductor
This special benefit concert is presented by Centre 454, a day program serving people who are precariously housed or homeless in the Ottawa area by providing assistance in the form of support services, social recreation, and essential needs. Bring your family and friends for an evening of classical music, while supporting the work of Centre 454 to build community for those without it this season.
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Since 1976, the Hart House Orchestra has provided an opportunity for musical fellowship among members of the University of Toronto community with training and interest in performing symphonic works. The Orchestra is based in Hart House, a unique cultural and recreational centre at the heart of the University of Toronto, at the St. George campus. Membership is determined annually by audition, which is open to university students at all levels of study, alumni, faculty, staff and Hart House senior members. The Orchestra rehearses in the Great Hall at Hart House, a famous concert venue in the city of Toronto, where regular musical events are presented featuring world class musicians.
In a typical season the HHO performs three concerts in the Great Hall and one concert in another city in Ontario, Quebec or the northern United States in co-operation with a not-for-profit community organization or in exchange with another ensemble. In February 2017 the HHO performed for the first time at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Other fundraising partnerships include MAB-MacKay Foundation in Montreal and the Canadian Diabetes Association in Kingston.