Livestream concert this Sunday

The Kingston Symphony will be streaming a concert live from this Isabel on Sunday, March 7 at 2:30 p.m. We hope you can join us!

Please feel free to share the following links which will become live on Sunday. The performance will stream on the KSA YouTube channel as well as on our Facebook page.

The concert will feature Anne Palmer, flute; Carina Canonico, clarinet; and Katie Legere, bassoon.

YouTube live stream:

Facebook live event:

Leroy Anderson (arr. M.A. Palmer): Blue Tango
John Palmer: Moments
Ludwig van Beethoven: Variations on La ci darem la mano
Robert Muczynski: Fragments for Wind Trio
Jimmy McHugh (arr. Thomas H. Graf): Sunny Side of the Street

Suite d’apres Corette

Back in August of 2019, Kingston Classics Trio spent some time recording at the Isabel Bader Centre. Here is the 4th movement of Darius Milhaud’s Suite d’apres Corrette in remembrance of much warmer days!

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Kingston Classics Trio – Bill Egnatoff (flute), Chris Alfano (clarinet) & Katie Legere (bassoon)

Lady be Good

I’m finally getting to processing some of the video recorded over 2020. Back in the summer (remember summer?) we put on a couple of backyard concerts.

This song features Chris Alfano on clarinet, Greg Runions on vibes, Paul Clifford on bass and Rich Bannard on drums playing “Lady be Good”

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Chris Alfano on clarinet, Greg Runions on vibes, Paul Clifford on bass and Rich Bannard on drums

Remembrance Day Medley – We’ll Meet Again & White Cliffs of Dover

In honour of Remembrance Day, Chris arranged a medley of two great tunes We’ll Meet Again & White Cliffs of Dover. Thanks from both of us to those who sacrificed so much for others.

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Katie Legere bassoon and Chris Alfano clarinet #FormalFridays #KSOMusiciansAtHome

KSO’s latest project

In case you haven’t had a chance to see this, here is the first episode of Harmon in Space!

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Harmon is stuck in space and she can’t land her ship! She needs to play the correct piece of music into her computer in order to land on Earth. It’s a good thing she has her friends in the Kingston Symphony! Join Kingston Symphony Principal Flute, Amelia Lyon, and her friends in the Kingston Symphony as they try and help Harmon out. Learn more about the flute along the way!

The musical selection in this video, which features the flute so beautifully is an excerpt from Canadian composer Ryan Trew’s First Symphony. Ryan Trew is also the composer of the incidental music for this series. Subscribe to our channel to make sure you are the first to know when the next episode arrives!

Kingston Symphony: Gazelle Automations: