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Upcoming Events:

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Upcoming Performances with Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra
September 30 & October 1, 2023

Our season opener provides a thrilling showcase for the full palette of orchestral colour in all its glory. Andrei Feher directs Iberian-inspired works by Rimsky-Korsakov, De Falla, and Ravel,
along with The Prairies by Canadian composer Karen Sunabacka. The brilliant cellist Johannes Moser joins the orchestra for Tout un monde lontain… a rapturous concerto by the 20th century master Henri Dutilleux.

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Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony
Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2023

Upcoming Concerts with
Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO)

2023-2024 Season

Catch Jeffrey Leung at Roy Thompson Hall with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra featuring works by Bernstein and Gershwin this season!


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Faculty Artists Series Concert at Queen's University
January 25, 2024

Sweet Nothings: A Saxophone Recital 

Jeffrey Leung, the DAN School’s dynamic and versatile saxophone teacher, has assembled a varied program of six compositions featuring soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones and the Canadian premiere of Sweet Nothings by American composer Gala Flagello.


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Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts - January 25, 2024

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Upcoming Performances with the Moanin' Frogs

From Indiana to Oregon, the Moanin' Frogs are excited to be brining LIVE MUSIC back to audiences across North America. Keep your ears open for our new album dropping in 2024!

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“Jeffrey Leung is a musician that audiences will hear of for many years… he possesses a formidable technique and a level of musicality that is rare among musicians of his years. His timbral palette is richly kaleidoscopic and his improvisational skills are both intelligent and inspired. Jeffrey is an excellent collaborator and always is listening to the aural dialogue in which he is engaged.”

Dr. Christian Matijas-Mecca

Professor of Dance at the University of Michigan

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