WELCOME BACK TO THE NEW NORMALITY

Serenata Music is pleased to announce a new venture with London Symphonia. We will co-sponsor the April 30 concert with Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear and the London Symphonia in a wonderful program of both standard and original music.
We also are planning another concert which will be a Canadian premiere of music by a former Canadian. Watch for details to be made public soon.
In the meantime, look at the listing of both firm and tentative concerts in our area. We are thrilled to see that the musical arts groups are attempting to return to public concerts. Please support them.

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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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General Admission single ticket: $40
Student Admission single ticket: $20
Special Concerts:
General Admission: $50
Student Admission: $25

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Student Admission single ticket: $20
Special Concerts:
General Admission: $50
Student Admission: $25

(519) 672-8800
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At the door: $40/20
Special Concerts: $50/25
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Biographies

SONGS OF LONDON POETRY AND PAINTINGS
Songs of London Poetry and Painting
Composers guitarist Oliver Whitehead and pianist Steve Holowitz have put together a fascinating program of music, poems and paintings in seven sections most of which have a connection to London and South-Western Ontario. Using the poems of Governor General Award winning poet James Reaney, Colleen Thibaudeau, and Emile Nelligan, Whitehead and Holowitz have created a songbook that is inherently Canadian. The Opera in Nine Paintings presents a musical view of local art as imagined by Whitehead and Linda Nicholas using paintings from Museum London. The book Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham is the basis of a song cycle by Holowitz. In addition both Whitehead and Holowitz will each play an original solo composition. They will be joined by well known London musicians, Ingrid Crozman, flute, Patrick Theriault, cello, Sonja Gustafson, soprano, and Adam Iannetta, baritone. Unfortunately cellist Christine Newland will not be able to play this concert and will be replaced by Patrick Theriault.