NEW! 2024-25 Season Booklet

Order a FREE copy of the Symphony’s 2024-25 season booklet!

Featuring our full season lineup, detailed concert descriptions, ticket information and pricing, and more. Booklets will ship once subscriptions on-sale on April 24.

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Dancing in the Light

Enjoy this 2006 recording of Pyrrichean Dances and Telluric Dances from Toronto composer Christos Hatzis with conductor Bernhard Gueller.

Featuring solo performances from violist Rivka Golani, percussionist Beverley Johnston, and oboist Suzanne Lemieux.

Sarah Slean and Symphony Nova Scotia

This 2020 JUNO-nominated recording lets you relive the energy and electricity of two concerts with Sarah Slean and Symphony Nova Scotia.

Featuring the world premieres of Christos Hatzis’ heart-wrenching song cycles, Lamento and Ecstasy, conducted by Bernhard Gueller.


Hear the achingly beautiful music of Franz Schubert, the most beloved composer of Bernhard Gueller, and his final recording from 2016 as Music Director of Symphony Nova Scotia.

Featuring mezzo-soprano Andrea Ludwig singing orchestrations of Schubert’s songs, alongside his Symphony No. 3.

Seasons' Celebration

Celebrate the seasons with this 2003 CD of music conducted, composed, and arranged by the late Howard Cable.

Featuring solo performances from bagpiper Ian McKinnon, hornist David Parker, violinist Anne Rapson, violinist David Greenberg, vocalist Chilina Kennedy, and oboist Suzanne Lemieux.

The How and Why of Memory

Hear the 2015 CD of Canadian composer Tim Brady’s The How and the Why of Memory: Symphony #4 conducted by Bernhard Gueller.

Also featuring his Requiem 21.5: Violin Concerto with violinist Robert Uchida and his Viola Concerto with violist Jutta Puchhammer-Sédillot.

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