Spectrum Music presents: Legend & Lore
In our modern world, what use do we have for mythology? Whether it be urban legend, ghost story, harmless superstition, or cultivating our own personal myths, our ancient love of legend and lore is certainly alive and well.
The lost city of Atlantis, the mermaid of Dutch folklore, and the Aztec diety Quetzalcoatl are transformed into intriguing new works performed by Toronto superstars, The Heavyweights Brass Band. In a concert to bring jazz, classical, and pop audiences together, when the lines between fact and fiction become blurry, can music fill the gap?
Ensemble: The Heavyweights Brass Band
RJ Satchithananthan– Trombone
John Pittman – Trumpet
Paul Metcalfe -Saxophone
Tom Richards – Sousaphone
Lowell Whitty – drums
Afternoon Confusion by Graham Campbell
Atlantis by Tiffany Hanus
Brunhilda, Stuck in Rosstrappe by Mason Victoria
The Feathered Man by Jay Vazquez
Manipogo by Paul Metcalfe
Salty by Lieke van der Voort
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Spectrum Music is a group of Canadian composers and curators who create and present an annual concert series, where jazz, classical, pop, and world music meet. Spectrum’s concert programs are almost entirely made of up world premieres composed specifically for our concerts. These adventurous, innovative, and fun new works are brought to life by a rotating cast of Toronto’s best emerging and established performers from diverse genres.