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Videos from Salon 21: The Four Seasons

Our first Salon 21 of the new season, on Friday, September 19, was a resounding success. A sold-out crowd at the Gardiner Museum enjoyed Vivaldi's Four Seasons reimagined and performed by a group of talented musicians (and one remarkable DJ on the turntables).

Spring, arranged by Kyle Brenders, performed by Kyle Brenders Quartet 
(Kyle Brenders, Heather Segger, Wes Neal, Mark Segger)

Summer, arranged by Ben Dietschi, performed by Quartet 21 
(Ilana Waniuk, Aline Homzy, Rory McLeod, Amahl Arulanandam)

Fall, arranged and performed by SlowPitch

Winter, arranged by Kyle Brenders, performed by Quartet 21, SlowPitch and Kyle Brenders Quartet


Tickets are still available for The Seasons, September 30 at Koerner Hall, starting at $20, and can be purchased here.

Acclaimed violinist Daniel Hope features in the Toronto premiere of an experimental fantasia by Max Richter inspired by Vivaldi’s most beloved concerto, in a program that also includes Mojave Dreaming, a new weather-inspired commission by Canadian composer Paul Frehner.