Kent Nagano is back in Montreal for 3 concerts
The Maestro is appointed Conductor Emeritus of the OSM
As Music Director of the OSM for 16 years, Maestro Kent Nagano left a profound impression on the Orchestra and the public, owing to his dedication and passion. On February 25, 2021, the OSM will pay him tribute by naming him Conductor Emeritus, a title also conferred on Wilfrid Pelletier and Zubin Mehta!
To commemorate this milestone, the OSM will offer a series of 3 webcast concerts under the direction of Kent Nagano in March and April. To highlight Maestro Nagano’s accomplishments, each of these concerts will reflect a part of his legacy to the Orchestra: works by Beethoven, Mozart and Stravinsky represent the Germanic and Russian repertoires, while the Grand Orgue Pierre-Béique, inaugurated by Kent Nagano in 2014, will figure prominently in a work by Poulenc.
Join the OSM for these 3 concerts in the spirit of celebration!
ACCESSIBLE ONLINE CONCERTS AND FLEXIBLE VIEWING
This series of concerts specially designed for state-of-the-art online viewing experience will be interspersed with exclusive content. To enable viewers to learn more about the works performed and about the historical context of the repertoire, interviews with specialists, conductors, soloists and even musicologists will serve to enrich the webcasts.
$20/concert (taxes not included)
From Beethoven to Poulenc: Kent Nagano, between Thought and RefinementWEBCAST 9 MAR. to 30 MAR.
Strings, Winds and Piano: The Art of Contrast According to Kent NaganoWEBCAST 16 MAR. to 6 APR.
Surprise and triumph : Kent Nagano Conducts Haydn and MozartWEBCAST 23 MAR. to 13 APR.
After making your purchase, you will receive an email with a personalized link for viewing the concert, redeemable for a period of 21 days after the webcast is made available. For further details, please consult the FAQ section.
Bundle rate of 15% off with the purchase of viewings to all available concerts
*Offer valid until March 30, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. on the regular price of the three concerts included in the Kent Nagano bundle. Final sale. No refunds. Cannot apply to tickets already purchased. Cannot be combined with any other promotional offer.
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Each donation will allow patients of the Montreal Children’s hospital and their families to enjoy an OSM educational concert free of charge.
Your donation supports the OSM’s mission of education to leave a lasting impression on the lives of the younger generations.
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A Nordic Adventure: Dalia Stasevska Conducts Sibelius and ShostakovichWEBCAST 30 MAR. to 13 APR.
Stravinsky’s the Soldier’s TaleWEBCAST 2 MAR. to 16 MAR.
THE ORCHESTRA IN ALL ITS FORMS!WEBCAST 25 FEB. to 07 MAR
Artist-in-residence generously sponsored by The Rossy Foundation
Venezuelan conductor Rafael Payare’s career is skyrocketing. Music Director of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra and Principal Conductor of the Castleton Festival in Virginia, this charismatic conductor will now succeed Maestro Kent Nagano as Music Director of the OSM beginning in the 2021-2022 season! In 2020-2021, he serves as OSM Artist-in-Residence, conducting three webcast concerts including one free of charge, in January and February. Not to be missed!
Her deep and luminous voice and velvet timbre are hallmarks of contralto Marie-Nicole Lemieux’s triumph on the greatest European and North American stages. From Baroque to 20th-century music, this talented Quebec artists for whom “singing must be an expression of joy” commands every repertoire. A generous performer, she has the gift of touching her listeners with even the subtlest emotions.
Montrealer by adoption, Serbian-born composer Ana Sokolović is an influential figure in contemporary music. She is the recipient of many prestigious awards, and the Société de musique contemporaine (SMCQ) paid tribute to her in their “Hommage” series. Her compositions have met with international success in performances by celebrated orchestras and artists. Ana Sokolović’s music conjures vivid soundscapes steeped in Balkan folklore, transporting listeners into a dreamlike “magical world.” Not to be missed!