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Andrew Wan and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Summer 2024

Are you a fan of Andrew Wan, the OSM’s dazzling concertmaster? Come see him lead a string orchestra made up of young Montreal instrumentalists. Together, they’ll perform Vivaldi’s evocative Four Seasons, with the young artists in charge of the solos. Here comes the next generation!


Andrew Wan, conductor and violin

Marianne Di Tomaso, violin

Satoka Abo, violin

Elliott Davis, violin

Roxanne Sicard, violin

Julien Haynes, viola

Celia Morin, viola

Cameron Crozman, cello

Evelyne Méthot, cello

Philippe Chaput, double bass


Vivaldi, The Four Seasons, violin concertos

Without intermission

Total duration45minutes

Andrew Wan

OSM Concertmaster

Andrew Wan was named Concertmaster of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal in 2008. As a soloist, he has performed throughout the world under the direction of such conductors as Vengerov, Petrenko, Labadie, Rizzi, Oundjian, Stern, and DePreist, among others, and has given chamber music concerts with many artists, including the Juilliard String Quartet, Repin, Hamelin, Trifonov, Pressler, Widmann, Ax, Ehnes, and Shaham. He has served as guest concertmaster of the Pittsburgh, Houston, Toronto, National Arts Centre and Indianapolis Symphonies. His recordings with Kent Nagano and the OSM, Charles Richard-Hamelin, James Ehnes and the Seattle Chamber Music Society, the Metropolis Ensemble, and the New Orford String Quartet have received a GRAMMY nomination, two Juno Awards, and multiple Felix and Opus Awards. Mr. Wan holds three degrees from the Juilliard School and is currently Assistant Professor of Violin at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University, and Artistic Director of Les Solistes de l’OSM. He plays a Michel’Angelo Bergonzi violin (1744), on generous loan from the David Sela collection, for which he extends his warmest thanks. He also performs on an 1860 Dominique Peccatte bow, graciously loaned by Canimex.