Lecture with Imant Raminsh, Wilma and Clifford Smith Visitor In Music
Imant Raminsh reflects upon a lifetime of music-making as a composer, conductor, violinist and music educator. His many and varied lifetime's experiences have led him to explore places both geographic and of the mind. He offers some insights into the origins of works such as his Ave, Verum Corpus, The Great Sea, his violin concerto, and his arrangement of the Latvian folk song,"Put, Vejini".
Walter Hall, 80 Queen’s Park | Free Admission