Revelation (an oratorio) opening night reception. L to R: Betty Goosens (commissioner), Neil Fast (commissioner), William Baerg (music supervisor for the commission and choral conductor), Victor Davies (composer – adapter of the text), Lori Davies, Dr. Bernhard Fast (commissioner), Bramwell Tovey (conductor Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra), Rudy Schellenberg (choral conductor)
For Jennifer: Remembrances, Premiere McMaster University, Zdenek Konicek (cello), Marta Hidy (Violin) Victor (composer) Theodore Arcand (patron and commissioner), Michael Schulte (viola) Valerie Tryon (piano)
Victor, Ted Arcand, Francesca (daughter-in-law), son Jean Louis Arcand, Hamilton ON
Victor and Patron Ted Arcand, Ottawa.
From Left: Commander Chip Sherman and Pennie Sherman (commissioners of Concerto for Tubameister) Chris Lee (tuba), Rei Hotoda (conductor), and Victor after the orchestra premiere with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, January 18, 2009.
Lori Davies, Victor Davies, Pennie Sherman, Commander Chip Sherman, tuba concert Jan 18/09 after the orchestra premiere with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, January 18, 2009.
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