The Serenata Music-London Symphonia concert with pianist Stewart Goodyear was a great success. It was a pleasure to sit with a live audience and listen to a wonderful performance especially Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. Many thanks to the staff of London Symphnia for making this a great evening. As mentioned on the right, we are planning more collaboration with the Symphonia.

Many of the London musical organizations have been having concerts over the past few months and are planning expended schedules for the coming season. Our understanding is that attendance to these concerts is reasonable considering the reluctance of many to congregate in crowds. This will probably continue as we hear about new variants of Covid 19 arising regularly. Hopefully, the coming season will see more people willing to venture out while still adhering to pandemic procedures.

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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.