The Orchestra in All Its Forms!
From 2021 January 25, 9:00 a.m.
Guided by our hosts Isabeau Blanche and Pierre-Louis Renaud, we will delve into the heart of the orchestra and get to know its four families of instruments, its history and some of its secrets!
Under the baton of Thomas Le Duc-Moreau who conducts a selection of works by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and many others, we will learn how composers took inspiration from the world around them and conveyed their emotions through music. From the Classical symphony to film music, including modern music and program music, we will find out all about this, while having fun with The Orchestra in All Its Forms!
Your viewing will include a bilingual digital educational kit, which includes preparatory activities for your viewing, learning material to do after the concert as well as a concert guide for your students.
Thomas Le Duc-Moreau, Assistant Conductor of the OSM
Isabeau Blanche, actor
Pierre-Louis Renaud, actor
Martin Gougeon, author and stage director
Duration: 50 min
Recommended for cycles two and three of elementary school
The concert itself will be presented in French. However, the educational kit will be available in French and in English.
An OSM production
TO BOOK THIS CONCERT:
1) Fill out the registration form available on this page.
2) Within days after you register, you will receive an order confirmation and an invoice by email. No deposit is required upon reservation.
3) As of January 25, 2021, you will receive a personalized viewing link by email. Your webcast will be available until the end of the 2020-2021 school year. The full payment of the invoice by your school is conditional to receiving your viewing link. We accept payments by cheque, credit card and bank transfer.