This past winter I had the pleasure of guest conducting the Rose Orchestra Brampton in a concert of music titled "Love and Honour". Using our music, we led the audience on a search for representations of the truly loving and the truly honourable. I've finally gotten around to uploading three videos from that concert: an example of dishonour (the story of Prince Edward VIII, for whom Walton's Crown Imperial March was originally commissioned); an example of false or unrequited love (the Suite No. 2 from Bizet's Carmen); and finally our example of true love (the Adagio from Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2). Check out these videos and more on the gallery page.