Tue Jul 26 12:00
Chamber Music with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada
Can’t get enough of Canada’s best young classical musicians? Enjoy this program of Mozart, Ligeti, Larson and Villa-Lobos highlighting NYO flutist Arin Sarkissian and other members of the National Youth Orchestra of Canada.
- Arin Sarkissian flute
- Charlotte Van Barr violin
- Leo Purich viola
- Mateo Ronderos cello
- Olivia Yelim Cho cello
- Honoka Shoji harp
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Flute Quartet in D Major, K.285
Georg Philipp Telemann | Fantaisie No. 2 for solo flute, TWV 40:3 (transposed to E minor)
Heitor Villa-Lobos | Assobio a Játo (The Jet Whistle)
Music of Armenia | Arranged for flute and harp by Alyssa Reit
- Komitas Vardapet Al Ailukhs (The Red Shawl)
- Barsegh Kanachyan Oror (Lullaby)
- Komitas Vardapet Shushiki (Girl’s Dance)
- Sayat-Nova Kamancha
- Komitas Vardapet Krunk (The Crane)
Komitas Vardapet | Al Ailukhs (The Red Shawl)
Barsegh Kanachyan | Oror (Lullaby)
Komitas Vardapet | Shushiki (Girl’s Dance)
Sayat-Nova | Kamancha
Komitas Vardapet | Krunk (The Crane)
FREE ADMISSION. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
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Experience five magnificent programs featuring spectacular vocals, impeccable skill, and collaborations between world-renowned musicians at Ottawa’s Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre.
Signature Series: supported by Bytek Volkswagen & Carling Volvo
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These performances are outdoors. You will need to bring your own seating and weather protection if desired.
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Many of these performances are outdoors. You may need to bring your own seating and weather protection if desired.
The Beechwood Series is made possible with the generous support of Beechwood Cemetery.
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Seating will not be available.
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