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Wednesday and Thursday, September 11th - 12th, 2019 at 8:00 PM 
National Arts Centre

Giuseppe Verdi’s universally beloved work has not only found its voice in the magnificent cathedrals and concert halls of the world but was also sung by defiant prisoners in the WWII concentration camp at Terezin. Verdi’s sublime melodies, his rhythmic drive, and his dramatic contrasts express the intense emotions engendered by human dread of consuming hellfire, and hope of an eternal paradise.

... The Dies Irae would have raised the hackles on a dead man. This concert delivered on the fireworks.” (Ottawa Citizen, 2015)


ARTISTS

FELICIA MOORE, soprano
DASHON BURTON, bass-baritone
TO BE ANNOUNCED, mezzo-soprano
TO BE ANNOUNCED, tenor

OTTAWA CHORAL SOCIETY
CANTATA SINGERS OF OTTAWA
JEAN-SÉBASTIEN VALLÉE, chorus master
DUAIN WOLFE, guest choral advisor
NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE ORCHESTRA
ALEXANDER SHELLEY, conductor


 

 

A presentation of the National Arts Centre Orchestra 

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