Monthly Archives: May 2014

43 Years at the CPO

There are lots of memories and stories in a 43-year career with the Orchestra. Principal Violist John Thompson shared some of them with us when he reflected about his career with the CPO. John, originally [...]

By | May 27th, 2014|CPO Blog|0 Comments

Stampede Princesses Share the Crown

There's only five days left until the CPO's Father-Daughter Princess Ball, presented by MNP! In addition to fundraising for the CPO's Education programs (bringing music to kids in grades K-12) we're also excited to announce that [...]

By | May 20th, 2014|CPO Blog|0 Comments

37 Years at the CPO

CPO Violist Katerina Grigoriu retires this year after a 37-year career with Orchestra. We got the opportunity to ask her about how she began her journey as a professional musician, what brought her from Romania to Canada, and [...]

By | May 12th, 2014|CPO Blog|0 Comments

Tom Mirhady Talks Mahler

From learning why Mahler was considered a "Master," to understanding what's involved in performing Mahler's 5th symphony, take a look at our Q&A with CPO cellist Tom Mirhady about our "Masters" concert (music from Mozart, [...]

By | May 5th, 2014|CPO Blog|0 Comments