Recording session for the documentary film Persistence of Vision. Colours of Jazz formed the sound track for this film. Back row L to R: Hal Robinson (bass), Tom Lawton (piano), Maurycy Banaszek (viola), Victor Davies (composer), recording assistant (unknown name), George Blood (recording engineer) Middle row L to R: Kimberly Fischer (violin), Jon Haines-Itzen (cello) Front row L to R – Production assistants 1 & 2, Dirk Eitzen (producer of the film) Recored at Curtis Institute Concert Hall, Philadelphia June 2003.
Victor and Boris Brott confer on the score for the Nutcracker Prince animated feature film, at recording session with the London Symphony Orchestra at CTS Studios, Wembley 1990.
Canadian Piano Trio, Victor, Nina Tobias (cello), Lori Davies, and Jaime Weisenblum (violin), piano absent.
The UK premiere of Lifting The Sky with the North American Welsh Choir in St. David’s Cathedral St David’s Wales, 2000, Mari Morgan conductor.
Victor and Michael Reason conductor of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, premiere of Jazz Piano Concerto, (piano concerto No. 2)
Victor and Piero Gamba (conductor) rehearsing with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for the premiere of A Short Symphony, 1974.
Skitch Henderson conducts players of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in the recording of The Beginning And End Of The World planetarium show 1971. (Barry Anderson on Yamaha EX 1 organ.)
The Soundstealer at Vancouver Symphony Orchestra family concert, L to R: Wayne Robson, Kazuyoshi Akiyama (conductor), David Latham, Victor Davies, (Pat Rose off camera) take bows to ovation from kids and parents.
Victor, Mario Bernardi, conductor of the Calgary Philharmonic, and Rob McConnell leader of the Boss Brass at rehearsal for Let’s Talk.
Victor (conductor) and Monica Gaylord (pianist) backstage before performance of Rhapsody In Blue with the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony.
Boris Brott (conductor) and Victor at Abbey Road Studios London recording Good Times, 1990.
Victor and James Manishen. James played the brilliant synth tracks on Beowulf and is now administrator with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Lori Davies, Victor, and Wayne Marshall at the organ, rehearsing for the premiere of Jazz Concerto for Organ and Orchestra with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.
Victor, Wayne Marshall (organ), Howard Cable (conductor) and Doug Riley(on the same program) after premiere of Jazz Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, with Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Power Pops and Pipes concert May 13, 2000.
Wayne Marshall (organ) and Beverly Straight (the creative producer of the Jazz Concerto for Organ and Orchestra) with Victor, Calgary May 2000.
Victor and Chris Lee (principal tuba Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra) after the orchestral world premiere of the Concerto for Tubameister and Orchestra.
From Left: Commander Chip Sherman and Pennie Sherman (commissioners of Concerto for Tubameister) Chris Lee (tuba),
Rei Hotoda (conductor), and Victor after the orchestral premiere with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, January 16, 2009.
From Left: Commander Chip Sherman and Pennie Sherman (commissioners of Concerto for Tubameister), Victor, Trudy Schroeder (Executive Director), Jean-Francois Phaneuf (Director of Artistic Operations) Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, after the orchestral premiere January 16, 2009.
Tuba player Jc Sherman for whom Concerto for Tubameister was commissioned at world premiere in Vancouver, September 2008.
A full length operetta in two acts based on the play The Importance Of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde.
Libretto: Eugene Benson.
Premiere: Toronto Operetta Theatre, February 22, 23, 24, 2008.
Jeffrey Huard, conductor.
Guillermo Silva-Marin, director and producer.
LADY BRACKNELL. (Low Mezzo) A most formidable lady, and in her early fifties.
GWENDOLEN. (High Mezzo) About 23, Lady Bracknell’s daughter
CECILY. (Coloratura ... ”Read