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Concert Archive – 2002

November 10, 2002
As part of Sacred World Music Festival 2002, the VICO presented two newly commissioned works, Incense and Flowers by Mark Armanini and I Saw a Mountain by Joseph Danza. At the Discovery Theatre, Plaza of Nations.

Incense and Flowers (2002) by Mark Armanini
– a Double Concerto for Yangqin (Chinese Hammered Dulcimer) and Harp, commissioned for the VICO with the help of a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. World Premiere

I Saw a Mountain (2002) by Joseph “Pepe” Danza
– a work based on Latin American sacred rhythms featuring Bandoneon (or Accordion), Quena, and Guitar, it was commissioned for the VICO by Robert Rensing, “to express the power of music to transcend argument, judgment and hatred, and unify peoples of different race, religion, and cultural background.” World Premiere
VICO Roster of Musicians
Conductors
Rui Zhuo-shi (Incense and Flowers)
Moshe Denburg (I Saw a Mountain)

Soloists
Yangqin – Vivian Xia; Harp – Heidi Kreutzen; Bandoneon/Accordion – Douglas Schmidt; Quena – Joseph “Pepe” Danza; Guitar/Charango – Ed Henderson

Flute – Karen Graves; Oboe – Lauris McKenzie; Clarinet – A. K. Coope; Bass Clarinet – Johanna Hauser; Violin 1 – Evelyn Creaser-Rumley; Violin 2 – Sandy Fiddes; Viola – Tony Bernal; Cello – Finn Manniche; Double Bass – Tim Stacey; Cornet – Henry Christian; Erhu – Lan Tung; Zheng – Mei Han; Percussion – Phil Belanger; Marimba/Percussion – Robin Reid; Vibraphone/Percussion – Jason Overy; Tabla/ Percussion – Niel Golden;

November 10, 2002
As part of Sacred World Music Festival 2002, the VICO presented two newly commissioned works, Incense and Flowers by Mark Armanini and I Saw a Mountain by Joseph Danza. At the Discovery Theatre, Plaza of Nations.

Incense and Flowers (2002) by Mark Armanini
– a Double Concerto for Yangqin (Chinese Hammered Dulcimer) and Harp, commissioned for the VICO with the help of a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. World Premiere

I Saw a Mountain (2002) by Joseph “Pepe” Danza
– a work based on Latin American sacred rhythms featuring Bandoneon (or Accordion), Quena, and Guitar, it was commissioned for the VICO by Robert Rensing, “to express the power of music to transcend argument, judgment and hatred, and unify peoples of different race, religion, and cultural background.” World Premiere
VICO Roster of Musicians
Conductors
Rui Zhuo-shi (Incense and Flowers)
Moshe Denburg (I Saw a Mountain)

Soloists
Yangqin – Vivian Xia; Harp – Heidi Kreutzen; Bandoneon/Accordion – Douglas Schmidt; Quena – Joseph “Pepe” Danza; Guitar/Charango – Ed Henderson

Flute – Karen Graves; Oboe – Lauris McKenzie; Clarinet – A. K. Coope; Bass Clarinet – Johanna Hauser; Violin 1 – Evelyn Creaser-Rumley; Violin 2 – Sandy Fiddes; Viola – Tony Bernal; Cello – Finn Manniche; Double Bass – Tim Stacey; Cornet – Henry Christian; Erhu – Lan Tung; Zheng – Mei Han; Percussion – Phil Belanger; Marimba/Percussion – Robin Reid; Vibraphone/Percussion – Jason Overy; Tabla/ Percussion – Niel Golden;