After two very successful and well-received shows this past summer with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, JUNO-nominated jazz vocalist Heather Bambrick returns to this wonderful format with three more orchestral shows to help close out 2017.
O CANADA with the WINDSOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA October 28 & 29
Heather will be reunited with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra as they present “O Canada” on October 28 and 29. Heather first worked with the WSO in 2016 as a member of Broadsway in their debut performance of Broads on Broadway. This month, she’ll join the award-winning orchestra for a program that celebrates the music of Canadian stage and screen, including works from some of the country’s best-loved musical icons Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, and Neil Young. Performances will be held at the Capitol Theatre (21 University Avenue West, Windsor) and tickets / information can be found at www.windsorsymphony.com.
ONTARIO POPS ORCHESTRA November 25
The celebration of Canada’s Sesquicentennial continues with a performance of more “Canuck Hits” courtesy of the Ontario Pops Orchestra and Durham Chamber Orchestra. Once again, Heather will be featured on some Canadian classics, including those from Anne Murray and Paul Anka. This is a one-time-only performance in Etobicoke (Toronto’s west end), at Humber Valley United Church (76 Anglesey Blvd, Etobicoke) on Saturday, November 25. For tickets and information, visit www.ontariopops.com.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS with the HAMILTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA December 16
What could be better than some of your favourite Holiday music performed by the wonderful Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra? Heather reunites with conductor Lucas Waldin to make her debut with this outstanding ensemble for a program of seasonal classics and lesser-known gems! The concert takes place at the FirstOntario Concert Hall on Saturday, December 16. Ticket and concert information can be found at www.hpo.org.
For more information on these and other performances from Heather Bambrick, visit www.heatherbambrick.ca.