SOME SAD NEWS AND SOME GOOD NEWS
We were greatly saddened by the death of violinist Geoff Nuttall, well known to London music audiences. He spent his youth here before stydying at The Banff Centre, the University of Western Ontario, and the University of Toronto and eventually forming the St. Lawrence String Quartet. We know that the Serenata Music audience will join us in expressing our condolences to the Nuttall family.
And now some happy news.
The inaugural 2022-23 season concert with the London Symphonia was a spectacular success especially with the new stage in the Metropolitan United Church. The full orchestra filled the hall with great sound which was enjoyed by a large aaudience. The addition of a new performance hall will be welcomed by the arts community in London.
This season has seen London's musical groups producing comprehensive concert programs. Please see our Concert News for details.
Our sister Ontario Classical Music Organization members also have a variety of ongoing programs. Audiences in Brockville, Cornwall, Port Hope, Muskoka, Orillia, Sarnia, Newmarket, and Welland-Port Colborne are being welcomed back. We all are hoping that attendance will return to normality.
Serenata Music is still being cautious. Our first program will be in cooperation with London Symphonia in May 20, 2023 with the orchestra and violinist James Ehnes. We are planning other programs for later in 2023. Watch for details.

Please see the Concert News listings on our website.

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All performances at the Wolf Performance Hall, London Public Library, 251 Dundas St. London at 8 P.M., Saturdays, or 3 P.M., Sundays unless otherwise noted.

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Biographies

Jazz For All Ages
Jazz For All Ages: a tribute to the jazz legends.
With four outstanding Canadian jazz musicians:
Alain Trudel, Trombone, Orchestra London's director for three years and internationally recognized trombone virtuoso, now orchestra and opera conductor at Western University.
Gene DiNovi, Piano, the doyen of Canadian jazz pianists, broadcaster, composer, arranger, historian of popular music.
Neil Swainson, Bass, composer, teacher, has played with major bands and artists including George Shearing, and on five Juno award winning recordings.
Ted Warren, Drums. teacher, percussionist for many artist and bands such as the Boss Brass, recipient of The Jazz Report’s “Drummer of the Year” Award in 1996.
See the London Yodeller Oct.9 for an article by Renée.