Revelation reading at home of Vern and Frieda Heinrich.
Revelation reading at home of (seated) Vern and Freida Heinrich. Rear L to R: Howard Dyck (conductor), Dennis Giesbrecht, Laura Pudwell, Theodore Baerg, Irena Welhasch Baerg, Martin Hauptman, Victor Davies (composer)
Revelation (an oratorio) reception at premiere Winnipeg 1996. 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)
Bramwell Tovey, Nicholas Goldschmidt, and Victor preparing for performance of Revelation for Festival Canada in Ottawa.
Revelation performance Ottawa. Ewan Edwards (choral director), Victor, Bramwell Tovey (conductor National Arts Centre Orchestra, St Laurence Singers, Ottawa Choral Society) July 19, 1997.
Revelation soloists Ottawa L to R: Irena-Welhasch Baerg (a young Baerg!), Theodore Baerg, Paul Frey, Susan Platts, Dennis Giesbrecht.
Revelation soloists Ottawa L to R: Paul Frey, Susan Platts, and Victor.
Revelation lunch. Sheila Goldschmidt, Victor, Nicholas (Nicky) Goldschmidt.
Rev: Victor and Michael Reason (conductor Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra) preparing score for Revelation performance.
Revelation Hamilton Philharmonic Rehearsal
Revelation Hamilton Philharmonic – soloists, L to R: Kurt Lehmann, Siphiwe McKenzie, Nils Brown, Anne-Marie Donovan, John Avey, Victor Davies (seated) Michael Reason (conductor)
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