Nathalie Paulin -credit- Sébastien Ventura
Nathalie Paulin, Soprano – Photo by Sébastien Ventura
Krisztina Szabo - head shot edit
Krisztina Szabo, Mezzo-Soprano

APRIL 3, 2017, 8pm
Southam Hall, National Arts Centre

Resurrection Symphony

Nathalie Paulin, Soprano
Krisztina Szabo, Mezzo-Soprano
Calixa Lavallée Ensemble and Choral Ensemble, University of Ottawa
Laurence Ewashko, Conductor
Alain Trudel, Conductor

Participating Community Choirs
Arnprior Community Choir
(Lisa Webber, director/chef de choeur)
Canadian Centennial Choir
(Marg Stubington, director/chef de choeur)
Choeur classique de l’Outaouais
(Tiphaine Legrand, director/chef de choeur)
Harmonia Choir of Ottawa
(Kurt Ali-Kantti, director/chef de choeur)
Nepean Choir
(Denise Hawkins, director/chef de choeur)
Ottawa Valley Music Festival Choir
(Lisa Webber, director/chef de choeur)
Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir
(Kurt Ali-Kantti, director/chef de choeur)
University of Ottawa Choir
(Michel Guimont, director/chef de choeur)

The final concert opens with a new composition by our conductor in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. Then we end the season in style with Mahler’s epic, uplifting Symphony No. 2 (Résurrection). The OSO will be joined by the University of Ottawa Choir.

ALAIN TRUDEL – PROGRAMME NOTES
Birth
GUSTAV MAHLER – PROGRAMME NOTES
Symphony no 2 in C minor (Resurrection)

Previous concert: Thousand & One Nights