Ride from High Street area, 6:45pm, February 26, 2016 Pre-concert reception at the Art Gallery of Alberta Free gallery admission included, 6:30-8:30pm
Performance, 9:30pm Post-concert party, with drinks and more live music
Enjoy a full night of art and music, beginning with a reception at the AGA. Visit the galleries, and then make your way to the Winspear Centre for the ESO's Late Night Soundtracks special presentation of a specially-edited version of the CBC’s The Nature of Things documentary The Great Human Odyssey. The orchestra will be performing the live soundtrack, while the film's maker Dr Niobe Thompson will be narrating and former Edmontonian Darren Fung, who composed the dramatic and sweeping score, will conduct.
The ESO will also show a Charlie Chaplin short to make the evening both grand and slapstick. Grab the popcorn!
EBC will be leading a ride from 124 St and 102 Ave to the AGA, departing at 6:45pm, for anyone that wants to ride there together.
Shop and dine along 124 St and then join EBC for a 6:45pm ride departing from the High Street area (124 St and 102 Ave) to the Art Gallery of Alberta, which is hosting a pre-concert reception. Your gallery admission is free with your symphony ticket!
Or find us at the AGA (6:30-8:30pm). Early seatings at Zinc will begin at 4:30. There will be a thematic set menu and a 10% discount for ticket holders. Other elements to the AGA reception will include complimentary coffee, extended opening hours for Shop AGA, and a draw for a framed Doug Haynes print.
The performance begins at 9:30pm at the Winspear Centre, and is followed by a post-concert party in the main lobby with drinks, mingling, and more live music.