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Meet the Orchestra: Sam Cancellara, Principal Trumpet

March 12, 2021

Meet Sam Cancellara, Principal Trumpet of the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, on Wednesday, March 17, in the third of our regular "Meet the Orchestra" Zoom chats featuring Maestro Denis Mastromonaco and guests. These casual, interactive, free Zoom sessions will be your opportunity to learn about particular instruments, listen to short performances, and take part in Q & A sessions with members of Canada's leading hybrid orchestra. Meet the Orchestra: Sam Cancellara, Principal Trumpet, Wednesday, March 17th at 7:30pm. Register here.

Sam has held the Principal Trumpet Chair in the MSO for the past seven years. He regularly performs with a wide variety of chamber and orchestral ensembles in southern Ontario. Sam holds a Performance Degree in Trumpet from the University of Toronto where his principal teacher was Stephen Chenette. He also studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts with the Canadian Brass (Ronald Rom), and the Aspen Music School in Colorado with the American Brass Quintet (John Aley). Sam has also studied with Larry Weeks, Armando Ghitalla, Robert Nagel, and David Hickman.

Sam has performed with The Phantom of The Opera in Toronto, The Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, The Hannaford Street Silver Band and currently also holds the Principal Trumpet chair in the Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra.

May 1, 2021

Job Opportunity: Part Time - Director of Fundraising and Development

Orchestras Mississauga has an immediate opening for an experienced, part-time Fundraising Professional to design strategies and execute programs to achieve development objectives.

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April 30, 2021

May 11: Meet the Orchestra - Jonathan Craig, Principal Viola

On Tuesday, May 11, meet Jonathan Craig, Principal Viola of the MSO, in the next installment of our "Meet the Orchestra" Zoom series featuring Maestro Denis Mastromonaco & guests!

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