7:30PM, Saturday, November 21, 2020
Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra
602 B 51st Street
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 7K3
from $15

Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra
with conductor Shokrukh Sadikov
Oleksa Mycyk, cello

Our musical adventure continues as we visit the musical city of Vienna. Our concert is made extra special as we share the debuts of two exceptional artists. Conductor Shah Sadikov takes the podium to lead the SSO through music rooted deep in Vienna, and Saskatoon’s own Oleksa Mycyk makes his concerto debut in Haydn’s effervescent Cello Concerto in C Major.

Brahms spent much of his life in Vienna soaking in the sounds and the culture around him (not to mention the coffee!). His Variations on a Theme by Haydn is known as one of the most stunning orchestral works ever written – a tribute to a master, the work shows the genius of Brahms’ musical abilities.

The evening opens with the Sinfonia in C Major by Marianna Martines. A composer whose history has all but been erased, Martines’ is one of the most influential and significant female figures in the history of music in Vienna. Much of Martines’ music has been lost; what remains is a testament of a brilliant musical voice. While this is the first time the work has ever been played by the SSO, we can’t wait for you to hear this fresh, energetic, burst of music that will become a new favourite!

Read the Program.

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The SSO is reimagining the possibilities for what concerts we can bring to the stage for our 90th season and still address the risks and protocols required to ensure safety for musicians and audiences during the pandemic.

We’re trying something completely different this year – we’re taking a musical trip around the world, so each and every concert is a musical trip. To ensure that we can keep adapting to the Saskatchewan Public Health requirements, we’re planning trips a month or two at a time. So we’ll be constantly revealing concerts that are coming up!

Each concert will be available for live stream and video on demand through our new Digital Concert Stream.

While we’re on our musical trips there’ll be all sorts of special travel perks and virtual experiences through our InTune Blog!