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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Parry Sound School of music sings

In the beginning, there was the canvas imagery of local artist Katerina Fretwell.

The imagination and vision of Maia Vimboule came upon it and the production of Joseph Haydn's Creation was born.

The first of many practices took place in January. Most of the 45 choristers were from the Parry Sound School of Music and others from local churches. They met once a week to learn the four part Oratorio.

As Ms Vimboule transformed her vision to the choir, we knew that this would be a mighty work.

Each week as parts were learned and combined, choristers could feel the power of the words and music and shiver at the harmony that was produced.

For solo parts, Ms Vimboule called upon former students, soprano Caroline Dery from Waterloo, tenor, Sylvain Landry from Quebec and a new relationship was established with bass, Dr. Robert Hall from Sudbury.

Parry Sound's own Keith Girard (a former member of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra) not only lent his vocal skills but provided instrumental support on the flute.

The very pleasing result of all this work was realized on Sunday, May 15 at the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts. We were thrilled to present this work to a nearly sold-out audience.

A special thanks was extended to Ms Vimboule for the opportunity to be part of her inspiration and directed by her mastery of music.

Our "labour became a source in which the man bowed down by care, or burdened by business matters found peace and rest." Joseph Haydn, 1820.

By Lyn Bradshaw
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