National Arts Center : Stray Birds at the Fourth

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Date/Heure
Date(s) - 16/11/2021
20:00 - 21:15

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Fourth Stage

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  • Performance
  • Performance
  • Classification de l'ensemble/soliste

    • Classical music
    • Classical music
    • Wind ensemble
    • Artistes de l'évènement
      Joanna G’froerer: flute; Charles Hamann: oboe; Kimball Sykes: clarinet; Christopher Millard: bassoon; Lawrence Vine French: horn; Frédéric Lacroix : piano

      Prix
      $35

      Site Web de l'évènement
      https://nac-cna.ca/en/event/29209

      Page Facebook de l'évènement

      Numéro de téléphone
      1-888-991-2787


      The National Center Arts Orchestra (NACO) at the Fourth presents the world premiere of Alison Yun-Fei Jiang’s Stray Birds, a two-fold musical flight evoking birds taking wing and the impact of Covid-19 on people who were forced to stay or return home. This evocative new work is Alison’s first commission as one of the NAC’s two Carrefour composers.

      Kevin Lau is one of Canada’s most versatile and sought-after composers, and a favourite of NAC audiences. His The Garden of Endless Sleep imagines “a garden that moves through time, flickering between present, past, and future…a cultivated slice of natural beauty through various stages of growth and decay.”

      • KEVIN LAU In the Garden of Endless Sleep for oboe and piano
      • ALISON YUN-FEI JIANG Stray Birds for wind quintet
      • BEACH Pastorale for wind quintet, Op. 151
      • SAMUEL BARBER Summer Music
      • POULENC Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano

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