From the Red River to the North Saskatchewan, from the great Mississippi to the majestic Danube, rivers are the lifeblood of communities and cultures. Join your ESO as we float downstream on some of the world’s most iconic waterways with music such as “The Blue Danube” Waltz, Shenandoah, and Gershwin’s Swanee. Canada’s own rivers and lakes are celebrated through a variety of traditional melodies, songs by Indigenous composers, and performances by award-winning spoken word artist Brandon Wint.
Program to include:
Mancini Ohio Riverboat
Strauss On the Beautiful Blue Danube
Elliott Love at First Sight (from Fireweeds)
Wint / Parsons "Love Survives” / “I Had a Dream for Us"
Balfour Kiwetin-acahocs (North Star): Fanfare for the Peoples of the North
Mancini Moon River
Vollrath Métis Dance Medley
Dvořák Largo from The New World Symphony ("Song of Hiawatha")
Wint / Saikaley "All the Gods I Cannot Name"
Traditional Ko'jua Dance Medley
Program subject to change.
Wednesday, October 27 • 7:30 PM
Friday, October 29 • 7:30 PM
Saturday, October 30 • 2:30 PM
Saturday, October 30 • 7:30 PM
|Price Level 1||$99||$70|
|Price Level 2||$75||$55|
|Price Level 3||$55||$45|
|Price Level 4||$39||$35|
|Price Level 5||$25||$25|
Prices listed do not include service charges.
Prices subject to change.