Andrei Feher, conductor
Nathalie Paulin, soprano
Jess Dandy, alto
Grand Philharmonic Choir
Mahler: Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Resurrection
Music Director Andrei Feher closes the Signature series with Mahler’s magnificent and majestic Symphony No. 2, Resurrection. It was first performed by the KWS for the triumphant opening of the Centre In The Square on September 22, 1980, led then by Raffi Armenian, a key figure in the history of the KWS and one of Andrei’s teachers. This symphony of epic proportions and symbolism proves that after a brief rest, music making will rise again.
This performance has no capacity limits with non-socially distanced seating, and masks must be worn at all times on the premises, including while seated. Proof of vaccination is required to attend for those over the age of 12.
Tickets and Seating:
All 2021/22 season concerts are single tickets only, no subscriptions are available.
Unless otherwise stated, all KWS performances in the 2021/22 Season will have no intermission and there will be no Preludes prior to Signature Series concerts.
Your Safety is Our Top Priority
The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony looks forward to welcoming audiences back to live, in-person performances. With the health and safety of patrons our top priority, we will follow guidance from all levels of government and our venues.
At this time, all patrons 12 years of age or older must provide proof of vaccination to attend any performance by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony until the end of the KWS season on May 14, 2022. Please be prepared to present your vaccine passport and a government issued photo ID to enter all KWS performance venues. For more information about vaccine passports and other health and safety protocols, click here.