1. Grades 4 to 12

    • Nov 2, 2016, 10:00am (bilingual)
    • Nov 2, 2016, 12:30pm (bilingual)

    The student matinees are presented without the NAC Orchestra and conductor Scott Terrell.

    CALEB HUDSON, trumpet
    CHRIS COLETTI, trumpet
    MANON ST-JULES, host

    Canada’s most famous brass ambassadors are back! The Fabulous Five will feature a brand new program filled with high energy fun! It’s a feast for all who love those brazen "blow-hards" of the band: the trumpet, trombone, horn and tuba. Come hear a smorgasbord of brass that is both classical and popular, played by some of the best brass players in the world!

  2. Ages 6 to 11

    • Nov 9, 2016, 9:45am Sold out (French)
    • Nov 9, 2016, 12:45pm Sold out (French)
    • Nov 10, 2016, 9:45am Sold out (French)
    • Nov 11, 2016, 9:45am Sold out (French)
    • Nov 11, 2016, 12:45pm Sold out (English)

    Presented by the National Arts Centre’s Théâtre français

    Slumberland, produced by Belgium’s innovative Zonzo Compagnie, is a breathtaking film-like musical journey into the world of dreams where anything is possible. Inspired by children’s imaginations and experiences, two talented musicians and a filmmaker light up the night where everything is different, funny, and unexpected. Let the dreaming begin!

    Meet with the artists (in your classroom) !

    More infos on the show

  3. Grades 4 to 12

    • Erik Ochsner


    • Charles Ross


    • Émilie Fournier


    • Chorus

    The student matinee is presented without the chorus.
    Be transported to a galaxy far, far away with John Williams’s iconic music guided by Canadian funnyman Charles Ross, famous for his "One Man Star Wars Trilogy."
  4. Kindergarten to grade 6

    • Alain Trudel


    • Platypus Theatre

    • Boys Choir of Christ Church Cathedral

    • Matthew Larkin


    • Apr 4, 2017, 10:00am (English)
    • Apr 4, 2017, 12:30pm Sold out (French)

    The student matinees are presented without the Boys Choir and director Matthew Larkin.

    This beloved concert takes audiences on an expedition across continents and through the centuries to help a discouraged bird discover her unique voice. Young audiences laugh and sing along with the Gimquat and her wizard guide as they explore music from Gregorian chant to Beethoven to rap.