I just picked up my tickets from the box office, and I am so excited. We're going to hear Hugh Russell again. We heard him last year, and he was amazing. What a rich baritone voice!
This makes twice in the last week that we've had the opportunity to take in a great concert at the Centre in the Square. We are very grateful and fortunate here in KW to have a world class orchestra in the heart of our city. And, in my experience, a trip to the Symphony is a great way for my husband and I to de-stress. We both love being in business for ourselves, and wouldn't trade it for anything in the world, but we do know that it can be a little intense at times. Being treated to a wonderful evening of music allows us to unwind from our very busy lives, to find a good balance between work and play and just to reconnect with ourselves and each other.
Here are the details:
Edwin Outwater, conductor
Hugh Russell, baritone
Mozart: Symphony No. 31 in D Major, Paris
Mahler: Songs of a Wayfarer
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Major
Hugh Russell makes his triumphant return to the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony following his recent performance in Carmina Burana for this 'wayfaring' concert featuring Mozart's Paris Symphony, Mahler's Songs of a Wayfarer and Brahms' soaring Second Symphony.
Please join us tonight...or there's two shows tomorrow if that better suits your schedule. Purchase tickets at: KWSymphony