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Music at Tabaret Livestream Concert: CANADIAN SCENES

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New and classic works for winds with oboist Charles Hamann and pianist Frédéric Lacroix, joined by NACO wind players for the Mozart Quintet

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MUSIC AT TABARET 2021 | 2022 – LIVESTREAM CONCERT

Charles Hamann, oboe

Frédéric Lacroix, piano

Kimball Sykes, clarinet | Lawrence Vine, horn | Christopher Millard, bassoon

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Viet Cuong: Seven Canadian Scenes for Solo Oboe

Frédéric Lacroix: Ballade pour hautbois et piano

Ian Cusson: Sonata for Oboe and Piano (The Haywain) - World premiere performance)

- Intermission

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds, K. 452


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Nous offrons un large éventail de programmes au premier cycle et aux études supérieures. Notre corps professoral se compose d’interprètes menant des carrières de niveaux national et international et des chercheurs qui sont des figures de proue dans leurs champs. Nos étudiants peuvent poursuivre leur programmes en anglais ou en français. Les opportunités de se produire en concert abondent, aidé par nos associations étroites avec des organismes tels l’Orchestre du centre national des arts et l’Orchestre symphonique d’Ottawa. Notre campus se situe au cœur de la capitale nationale, permettant à nos étudiants un accès facile au riche milieu culturel et bilingue qui caractérise notre région.

 

We offer a broad array of undergraduate and graduate programs. Our teaching faculty is made up of active performers on the national and international scene and scholars at the top of their fields. Our students have the opportunity to follow their course of study in English and French. Performance opportunities are many with close ties to arts organizations such as the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and the National Arts Centre. Our campus is located in the heart of the nation’s capital, making it easy for our students to enjoy the bilingual milieu and rich cultural life of the region.

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