The NAC Winter Sale is Back - Two Tickets for $39!

Ottawa, Ontario – It might be winter outside, but the National Arts Centre has the best way to keep warm and entertained at the same time – we’re once again predicting an early spring with this sizzling deal on fantastic performances at the National Arts Centre!

From January 16February 19, patrons can buy two tickets to selected NAC performances in Theatre and Music for just $39 during the NAC Winter Sale. An amazing offer to see the best shows in town! Just purchase your tickets at the NAC Box Office or through Ticketmaster and quote promotion code: BRRR

Look what exciting performances you can choose from:

ROUGE DÉCANTÉ

French Theatre

From the novel by Jeroen Brouwers
Directed by Guy Cassiers

After his mother’s death, a man plunges into his memories. Magnified by live video projection, his distorted image is a portal into the very depths of the human soul. Critics have been unanimous in their praise: “Striking visual effects”, a “remarkable performance”, an “austere and poignant” play.

January 16 - 19

 

TCHAIKOVSKY’S PATHÉTIQUE

NAC Orchestra – CAPP Bravo Series

21 year-old pianist Daniil Trifonov is one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation performing Liszt’s demanding first piano concerto.

January 24 – 25

 

METAMORPHOSES BASED ON THE MYTHS OF OVID

English Theatre

Written and originally directed by Mary Zimmerman

Directed by Jillian Keiley

Featuring the NAC English Theatre Company

Staged in water, this play re-imagines ten classical myths for contemporary times. Mythology was never so entertaining!

January 30 – February 6
 

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

NAC Orchestra – Ovation Series

Pianist Yefim Bronfman joins conductor/violist Pinchas Zukerman.

February 6 – 7
 

SALOMÉ LECLERC

NAC Presents

Partner: BMO Financial Group
A folk pop electro sound and a captivating voice lie behind her electric guitar. One to watch!

February 7
 

ELIZABETH SHEPHERD

NAC Presents

Partner: BMO Financial Group
Electrified original take on the old greats. You will be smitten by jazz!

February 8
 

FINNISH LANDSCAPES

NAC Orchestra – CAPP Bravo Series

With Finnish artists Conductor John Storgårds and Violinist Pekka Kuusisto

February 21 – 22
 

INNOCENCE LOST A PLAY ABOUT STEVEN TRUSCOTT

English Theatre

By Beverley Cooper
Directed by Roy Surette

Featuring the NAC English Theatre Company

This compelling drama re-examines one of Canada’s most famous murder trials, the sentencing and acquittal of 14-year-old Steven Truscott.

NAC English Theatre / Centaur Theatre Company (Montréal) co-production

February 27 – March 6
 

JARVIS CHURCH’S SOUL STATION presents SAM COOKE MOTOWN!

NAC Presents

Partner: BMO Financial Group
Multi-Talented, groundbreaking soul/ R&B singer and Philosopher Kings frontman, Jarvis Church reinvents the Motown sound. His concert is filled with icons of Soul music who have had a major impact on him.

March 1
 

LE 20 NOVEMBRE

French Theatre

Written by Lars Norén
Directed by Brigitte Haentjens

We are witness to a murderous anger, a vicious consequence of our violent, blatant silence. This incandescent account of a sign of humanity is that of a young man on the threshold of adulthood whose entire life has been synonymous with exclusion.

March 12 – 16
 

SHOSTAKOVICH’S CELLO CONCERTO

NAC Orchestra – CAPP Bravo Series

Guest conductor Fabien Gabel and cellist Johannes Moser present Shostakovich’s First Cello Concerto, an elegiac work showcasing the young cellist’s virtuosity.

March 14 – 15
 

LAILA BIALI

NAC Presents

Partner: BMO Financial Group
Multi-talented jazz singer, pianist and arranger.

March 16
 

LA RÉUNIFICATION DES DEUX CORÉES

French Theatre

Written and directed by Joël Pommerat

Joël Pommerat constantly surprises with powerful plays in which images may be stronger than words.

April 10 – 13
 

PHILIPPE B

NAC Presents

Partner: BMO Financial Group
Folk singer Philippe B’s sound is intense, minimalist, modern and poetic.

April 11

Don’t miss out on this offer. Tickets are limited, so buy yours today!

For more information about the NAC Winter Sale, go to nac-cna.ca/wintersale. For
tickets, remember to quote promotion code: BRRR. Sale begins January 16.

 

Tickets are limited to certain dates and sections of the hall and are subject to availability. Some service charges may apply.
One ticket for $19.50. Tickets are limited to certain dates and sections of the hall and are subject to availability. Purchases through ticketmaster incur service charges.

Please note the following seating restrictions associated with this sale:

ROUGE DÉCANTÉ: Winter Sale tickets limited to C seating

 

TCHAIKOVSKY’S PATHÉTIQUE : Winter Sale tickets limited to select C seating (Right Orchestra O – S) and E seating (Rear Orchestra T – V)

 

METAMORPHOSES BASED ON THE MYTHS OF OVID: Winter Sale tickets limited to January 30 – February 6, A section only

 

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS: Winter Sale tickets limited to select C seating (Right Orchestra O – S) and E seating (Rear Orchestra T – V)
 

FINNISH LANDSCAPES: Winter Sale tickets limited to select C seating (Right Orchestra O – S) and E seating (Rear Orchestra T – V)

 

INNOCENCE LOST A PLAY ABOUT STEVEN TRUSCOTT: Winter Sale tickets limited to February 27 – March 6, A section only

 

SHOSTAKOVICH’S CELLO CONCERTO: Winter Sale tickets limited to select C seating (Right Orchestra O – S) and E seating (Rear Orchestra T – V)

Tickets are available for purchase:

  • Online on the NAC’s website: nac-cna.ca
  • In person at the NAC Box Office
  • At all Ticketmaster outlets
  • By telephone 1-888-991-2787
    A service charge applies on all purchases made through Ticketmaster.

 

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For information, please contact:
Sean Fitzpatrick, Communications Officer, National Arts Centre English Theatre
613-947-7000 ext. 389; e-mail: sean.fitzpatrick@nac-cna.ca
or visit the NAC website at www.nac-cna.ca

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