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Christina Petrowska Quilico Piano Concerti
Heather Schmidt: Toronto premiere of Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Kindred Spirits Orchestra, June 25, 2015 Markham, Ontario
Claude Champagne: Scheduled to be performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as part of the Legacy/Canada Mosaic Concerts on October 21 and 22, 2017 at Roy Thomson Hall, Victor Feldbrill, conductor
Alexina Louie (1949- ) piano concerto performed by Christina Petrowska Quilico at the National Arts Centre with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Alex Pauk conductor, June 21, 1986. Quilico also performed the concerto with the Esprit Orchestra, Alex Pauk, conductor in Toronto December 7, 1986. 32 minutes
Violet Archer (1913-2000) performed by Christina Petrowska Quilico with the CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra, John Eliot Gardiner, conductor on May 1981 for the CBC. 18 minutes
Divertimento for piano and strings performed by Quilico with University of Ottawa string orchestra, David Currie, September 20, 1986. North American premiere
Larysa Kuzmenko (1956- ) piano concerto commissioned by the CBC and written for Christina Petrowska Quilico. World premiere with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Bramwell Tovey, conductor on January 23, 1996. Performed by Quilico in a newer version with the Toronto Symphony, Jukka Pekka Saraste, conductor October 10,1996. 21 minutes
The Alexina Louie, Violet Archer and Larysa Kuzmenko piano concerti will be released on a CD (Centrediscs) this fall 2009
Glenn Buhr (1954- ) world premiere recording 1993 by Christina Petrowska Quilico and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Bramwell Tovey for CBC records Canadian Piano Concerti. Was nominated for a Juno award. 24 minutes
Healey Willan (1880-1968) performed by Christina Petrowska Quilico with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Victor Feldbrill, conductor in Taipei, Taiwan December 5, 1998. Recorded for CD (True North Festival SOCAN) and also featured in a movie by the same name shown on Bravo TV numerous times. 26 minutes
Heather Schmidt (1974- ) concerto no.2 commissioned by the CBC for Petrowska Quilico and given the world premiere by her on May 4,2001 with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Daniel Warren, conductor 28 minutes.
David Mott (1945- ) Concerto for piano and world ensemble written for Christina Petrowska Quilico who gave the world premiere on March 20, 2006 at the Accolade East Centre, York University with Mark Chambers, conductor. The CD named “Eclipse” on Centrediscs debuted in outer space on the Shuttle Atlantis with astronaut, Steve Maclean. 30 minutes.
Ted Dawson (1951- ) piano concerto commissioned by the Laidlaw Foundation for pianist Christina Petrowska Quilico and given its world premiere with the Thunder Bay Symphony, Geoffrey Moull, conductor, January 16, 2003.
Steven Gellman (1947- ) written for Christina Petrowska Quilico, commissioned by the Canada Council. World premiere at the National Arts Centre with the Ottawa Symphony, David Currie May 4, 1993 43 minutes
George Fiala (1922- ) concerto for piano and choir written for Christina Petrowska Quilico and given its world premiere at Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto November 8, 1987
Simon Bainsbridge (1952- ) concerto for oboe, piano and orchestra performed by Quilico with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Serge Garant, conductor in Ottawa and Montreal 1985
Geroge Koumendakis (1959- ) piano concerto premiered by Christina Petrowska Quilico at the Athens Music Festival with the Array Ensemble, Henry Kucharzyk, conductor, Athens, Greece, July 29, 1989.
Claudio Ambrosini (1948- ) North American premiere by Christina Petrowska Quilico with the SMCQ (Societe de Musique Contemporaine du Quebec) Walter Boudrea, conductor, December 9, 1993
Luis de Pablo (1930- ) Concierto da Camera, North American premiere, Montreal December 11, 1981 with the SMCQ orchestra, Serge Garant, conductor. Luis de Pable dedicated his second piano concerto to Christina Petrowska Quilico
R.Murray Schafer (1933- ) harpsichord concerto performed by Quilico with the CJRT orchestra, James McKay, conductor, January 27, 1988
Michael Matthews (1950- ) performed his piano concerto Landscape with the Royal Conservatory of Music Orchestra, Gary Kulesha, conductor in Toronto July 6, 1991.
Classical Concerti: include performances of:
Bach D minor concerto, the Brandenburg No. 5
Haydn G major concerto
Haydn D major concerto
Mozart piano concerti, notably K488
Mozart piano concerto K537
Mozart piano concerto K361
Mozart piano concerto K107
Mozart piano concerto K 467
Mozart piano concerto K 466
Mozart piano concerto K 238
Beethoven, the “Emperor”
Chopin E minor
Prokofieff concerti no. 1, 2 and 3
Bartok no. 1 and 3
Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue”
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