Congratulations to Stephen Chatman who won Composer of the Year for the Concertino for Horn and String Orchestra
that the VIS Commissioned and recorded on A Quinary featuring Andrew Clark, French Horn.

Audio Engineer/editing/mastering: Zak CohenWoodshop Recording
Producers: Pierre SimardPaolo BortolussiAndrew Clark
Executive Producer: Margot Holmes
Manufacturer: DMA Discs
Cover Art: West Coast Ghosts 2 Oil on canvas, by Susan Bibbs
Additional art in booklet: West Coast Ghosts 1 Oil on canvas, by Susan Bibbs
Photography: Dirk Heydemann
Album design: Nikki Attwell
Recorded at: The Port Theatre, Nanaimo, BC

This recording was made possible in part by funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, the BC Arts Council, the SOCAN Foundation. The VIS would also like to thank Jocelyn Morlock, Dorothy Chang, Edward Top, Emily Doolittle and Stephen Chatman for their inspiring work, as well as their assistance in editing decisions for each of their pieces.

Vancouver Island Symphony
Pierre Simard, Artistic Director


Track 1
Ornithomancy for Flute and Orchestra* – Jocelyn Morlock
Paolo Bortolussi, flute

Tracks 2-4
Invisible Distance for Cello and Orchestra* – Dorothy Chang
Ariel Barnes, cello

Track 5
Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra– Edward Top
Scott MacInnes, bass trombone

Track 6-8
Sapling for Violin and Orchestra* – Emily Doolittle
Calvin Dyck, violin

Track 9-11
Concertino for Horn and String Orchestra – Stephen Chatman
Andrew Clark, horn

*Commissioned with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts

A Quinary participating musicians list