Harry Potter Flies in!

Friday, April 23 Imperial
Saturday, April 24 Fredericton Playhouse
Sunday, April 25 Capitol, Moncton, 2 pm

A hat full of popular melodies from some of your favourite books and movies arranged for Camerata NB

 

Guest conductor: Greg Burton

 

Costumes welcome!

Program Notes

Guest Conductor

Dr. Greg Burton is excited to be part of the team at the Mount Allison University Department of Music. From 2003-2015 Greg was an active conductor, performer and teacher in the greater Toronto area having been Music Director of the York Symphony Orchestra and the Halton-Mississauga Youth Orchestra. For ten years he was Director of Arts at Hillfield Strathallan College in Hamilton, Ontario. He has also taught at the University of Toronto, McMaster University and Brandon University.

Prior to his work in Ontario Greg was a regular conductor and performer with Symphony Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra and a faculty member at Acadia University. Greg has earned a DMA in Instrumental Conducting from Arizona State University, a Masters in Trombone Performance from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Music Education from Acadia University.

 

The Magical MC

 

Scott Thomas

 

A member of the Nursing and Health Sciences team at UNB Saint John, when he’s not working on a theatre project he’s

 

probably faking his way through a triathlon or apologizing to his family about all that triathlon and theatre.

Recent creative efforts include producing and performing in MASHUP THE MUSICAL (Best Show – 2019 Fundy Fringe Festival) and MASHUP 2, directing the recent Theatre 6 Presents productions of Circle Mirror Transformation and Dead Man’s Cell Phone, and lead performances in Saint John Theatre Company’s The Crucible (John Proctor) and Little Shop of Horrors (The Dentist). Scott also hosts the Empty Stocking Fund and some may even remember him from RogersTV where he hosted the long-running First Local program as well as NB’s record setter for endless reruns with Cheese, Monkey, Box, Pirate.

Pippa Wennberg spent her early years in Rothesay, then moved to Toronto to attend university. Upon her return to New Brunswick, she taught piano lessons and became an active member of the Saint John Theatre Company. Pippa is now a French Immersion teacher at Island View School and spends her days with a wonderful group of grade 2 students.