Searing summers, frozen winters, gentle spring rain, and brilliant autumn colours come to life in music. Alain Trudel and the NAC Orchestra explore Antonio Vivaldi’s vibrant Four Seasons, Astor Piazzolla’s energetic Argentinian Tango, and other climate-inspired music with the help of virtuoso guest artists.
SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK:
Children are invited to submit their creative masterpieces of the winter and summer seasons for a chance to see it displayed on the NACOtron screen during the concert.
Send in your artwork by Tuesday March 13 to the NAC Music Education Department:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By mail: 1 Elgin Street, PO Box 1534, Stn B, Ottawa, ON, K1P 5W1 or
In person: NAC Reception desk
**Please provide your first name, age, and an email or phone number where we can contact you.
Learn about Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, climate change, and do a craft at home. The resources below are available from the Ottawa Public Library to help you prepare for the Vivaldi and the Four Seasons TD Family Adventures concert with the NAC Orchestra:
Books on seasons and climate changes
Streaming music :
Life facts about Antonio Vivaldi and listen to excerpts of his Four Seasons: http://kidsmusiccorner.co.uk/composers/classical/vivaldi/
At Home Craft:
Create your own 3D tree for all seasons! https://www.easypeasyandfun.com/four-seasons-tree-craft/
Teach children about the four seasons: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5AxvQBqfZAkYzg5ZGVkYWMtMzcwYS00ODZmLThhNWYtM2NhMGVjYTFjYTE4/view
NACOtron presented in collaboration with Rogers TV
Rogers TV is very pleased to present NACOtron, in partnership with the National Arts Centre Orchestra. We hope you enjoy the giant images on the NACOtron screen as they capture and magnify the magic of these fabulous concerts.
TUNETOWN PRE-CONCERT ACTIVITIES
Come early! Join us 45 minutes prior to each concert for free learn-and-play activities, organized by the Friends of the NAC Orchestra.