Music

Sunday, April 30 at 2:00 PM

Regular $43.69

Under 18 years
$14.95

Service fee and taxes included

 

Main Venue

Orchestre Métropolitain – Youth Spirit – The Toy Symphony

Childhood is key to the universe of the composers featured in this concert. The celebrated and amusing Toy Symphony is performed alongside a new work by Québec composer Gabriel Dharmoo that also juggles fun and unusual sounds. Britten and Debussy draw inspiration from the sweet time of life when imagination is king. Discover young soloists with a promising future in this unique and entertaining family concert.

Musicians Nicolas Ellis (conductor), Marie-Pier Simard Gagnon (cello), Léonard Pineault-Deault (trombone), Les Petits Violons, directed by Marie-Claire Cousineau, with the participation of 5th and 6th graders of Vincent-d’Indy Musical program | Ambassador of Young Music Lovers Lysandre Ménard

WORKS
Angerer                       
Toy Symphony (attributed to Haydn)
David                          
Trombone Concertino, 2nd and 3rd movements
Popper                        
Hungarian Rhapsody
Dharmoo                    
Lance, frappe, devine (premiere) 
Bartók-Cousineau    
Hungarian Peasant Dances, arranged for String Orchestra

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