Community-based orchestra consisting of professional and highly skilled amateur players from the Hamilton and Burlington areas.

Lindsay Bui — 2016 YAC Junior Runner-Up

Posted on January 17th, by Peter Macdonald in Community, Guest Artist, Soloist, Young Artists Competition. No Comments

Lindsay Bui — 2016 YAC Junior Runner-Up

Lindsay Bui started to learn piano at the age of Seven, She is currently a scholarship student of The Phil and Eli Taylor Performance Academy for Young Artists at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. She has won many awards in many competitions and festivals, including the finalist of 2014 Canadian Music Competition, second place at the 2015 Canadian Music Competition and first place in age achievement under 14 in the 2016 Markham Music Festival. Lindsay has also completed her Royal Conservatory of Music level 8 Violin exam. Lindsay has performed in many “Rising Star Concerts” in the Greater Toronto Area. Lindsay likes running, swimming and reading.

Lindsay will be playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37, 1st movement at our “Rising Stars” concert on Sunday, April 2, 2017.

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Symphony on the Bay

Symphony on the Bay is a community-based symphony orchestra serving Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas. We began in 1973 as the McMaster Symphony Orchestra, left the university to become Symphony Hamilton in 1988, and rebranded as Symphony on the Bay in 2011 to reflect our role in the wider Hamilton-Burlington community. We made our new home in the magnificent Burlington Performing Arts Centre in 2011. Maestro Claudio Vena was appointed Conductor and Music Director in December 2015, succeeding Maestro James R. McKay who was our Conductor and Music Director for 19 years and now holds the title of Music Director Emeritus. Our orchestra, comprised of students, highly skilled amateurs and a core of professional players, is looking forward to this new chapter in the life of Symphony on the Bay. We hope you will be part of this new chapter!

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