In order to offer music lovers in the region a symphonic season despite the closings of performance halls, the Orchester symphonique de Trois-Rivières (OSTR) will hold its grand concert Scandinavian musings in webcast.
In addition to its broadcast on November 21, this concert will be available for purchase until December 5 for those who have purchased tickets online, at a cost of $ 15.
Captured in cutting-edge sound and visual quality and conducted by the official conductor and artistic director, Maestro Jean-Claude Picard, this concert will immerse spectators in the world of Scandinavian music.
A true celebration of the life, joy and beauty of Nordic nature, the notes of Rautavaara, accompanied by birdsong from northern Finland, the romantic melodies of Grieg and the ultimate symphony of Sibelius full of joy of living, give way to dreams of a distant land and, we hope, will bring a balm to the uncertainty that reigns at present.
For the occasion, the OSTR will welcome, for a second time, the Canadian violinist Kerson Leong, renowned for his astonishing sound, his stage presence and his instinctive musicality. He will offer the Violin Concerto by Sibelius.
Ticket holders for the indoor concert Scandinavian musings will be contacted shortly by the Salle J.-A.-Thompson ticket office to see the options available to them. Tickets can still be purchased through the Eventbrite platform at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/billets-reveries-scandinaves-128047243753.