GRANDES QUÉBÉCOISES

  • Please note that this concert will be approximately 90 minutes in length and without intermission.
  • A vaccination passport and a piece of identification are obligatory to access the concert hall.
  • Prices include service charges and taxes.
  • Artists and programmes are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Tickets are non-refundable.

Quebec’s top classical talent will brilliantly shine in this grand concert welcoming some of the greatest musicians of our province. Harpist Valérie Milot and flautist Nadia Labrie showcase their nuanced understanding of Mozart in the Concerto for Flute and Harp. Young pianist Élisabeth Pion commands the stage with Haydn’s Piano Concerto. Twin sisters Nadia Labrie, flautist, and Annie Labrie, guitarist, evoke Latin flair in the French-Québécois composer Patrick Roux’s Concerto Tradicionuevo conducted by Geneviève Leclair. A world premiere by Yellowknife-based composer Carmen Braden, She rides her bike with a cello on her back and a baby in the basket, will honour the life and legacy of Lotte Brott in commemoration of her centennial anniversary.

Join us for this star-studded celebration of Quebec talent in-person or via web broadcast!

At the start of the concert, the OCM pays tribute to the great Pauline Marois, the first woman elected as Premier of Quebec.

Repertoire

She rides her bike with a cello on her back and a baby in the basket, Carmen Braden (PREMIERE)

Flute & harp concerto in C major, K.299/297c, W. A. Mozart

Piano concerto, no. 11 in D major, J. Haydn

Concerto Tradicionuevo for flute & guitar, Patrick Roux

Soloists

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