Mozart in the Afternoon
January 11, 2020
Concert Time: 2:00 pm
Kick off the new year with a powerhouse program of audience favorites! Delight to some of the most well-known music in the repertoire—Haydn’s delightful “Surprise” Symphony and Mozart’s stirring Symphony No. 40 and travel to a paradise garden in Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks, inspired by Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos and a historic estate in Georgetown.
Haydn – Symphony No. 94 “Surprise”
Stravinsky – Dumbarton Oaks
Mozart – Symphony No. 40
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Music Director of the Toledo Symphony (USA), conductor Alain Trudel has been praised for his “immense talent as conductor, musician and performer” (La Presse). He is also Music Director of l’Orchestre Symphonique de Laval, Principal Youth and Family Conductor of the National Arts Centre Orchestra and Principal Guest conductor of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. Trudel was also the CBC Radio Orchestra conductor, taking the orchestra to new heights of artistic quality, as well as public and critical acclaim.
Trudel has conducted every major orchestra in Canada as well as orchestras in the UK, USA, Sweden, Brazil, Italy, Russia, Japan, Hong-Kong, Malaysia and Latin America. Trudel made his Opera de Montréal debut in 2009 in Mozart’s Magic Flute and conducted the live recording of their 30th anniversary gala. He has been a regular guest since and in March 2017 he conducted to great acclaim (“The entire audience was on its feet for another standing ovation, with concertgoers shouting “wow” and “bravo.” Rolling Stone Magazine, “The Wall Triumphs in Montréal.” Le Figaro, Paris) the world premiere operatic version of “The Wall”. Trudel will also lead the american premiere at the Cincinnati Opera in July 2018. Continue Reading
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