Musicians around the world are still making music, and collaborating in unique new ways during social distancing. So we wanted to bring you a list of quarantine performances from some of the SSO’s friends – watching these videos is a good reminder of how incredibly lucky we are to have shared the stage with all these awesome people!
We’ll keep updating these performances regularly so check back for more!
Saskatoon’s own Ryan Davis brings us a performance of his new work Wildfire – and we absolutely love it!
The UofS Jazz Ensemble brings us a little sunshine to cheer you up on rainy days!
The Greystone singers, like us, lost the end of their season – but they worked together to create this great video!
Eileen Laverty has left our audiences speechless on a number of occasions…its not just her stunning voice, its also her ability to touch our hearts with her musicianship. She recorded this performance during social isolation, and its perfect.
Our friend Thomas Yu has been using his social distancing time to reconnect with the piano on some brand new arrangements he’s putting together…is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?
Our friend Timothy Chooi has been very busy making music from home during social distancing! Take a listen to a concert he did from his living room for the Violin Channel.
Tenor Spencer McKnight is an audience favourite at our performances of Handel’s Messiah. He teamed up with the SSO’s Mark Turner to make some music during social distancing…Mark recorded the piano part in his living room in Saskatoon and sent it on to Spencer so he could record his part in his living room in Outlook!
Accent…oh Accent! Our first concert effected due to the pandemic was our show with Accent, so we miss them the most. They’ve been making some fun quarantine collaborations reminding us how much music can mean!
As the weeks of distancing go on, we were thrilled to see Thomas Yu share this beautiful performance!
Keep checking in as we’ll be posting more videos from friends!