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The NAC Orchestra’s Ovations Series anchor the classical music season in Ottawa with beloved symphonic and choral works, world class soloists playing virtuosic concertos and range of featured composers, from Mozart and Beethoven to Tchaikovsky and a few modern masters.

  1. Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

    Southam Hall

    • Beethoven Symphony No. 6, “Pastoral”
    • Beethoven Symphony No. 4

    Don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the music of the master symphonist -- Beethoven.  All nine of his symphonies performed over 10 days, and you can choose 1 night or all 5. 

  2. Beethoven Symphony No. 7

    Southam Hall

    • Beethoven Symphony No. 8
    • Beethoven Symphony No. 7

    Don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the music of the master symphonist -- Beethoven.  All nine of his symphonies performed over 10 days, and you can choose 1 night or all 5. 

    • Mozart Sinfonia concertante for Violin and Viola
    • Elgar Enigma Variations
    • Chausson Poème for Violin and Orchestra

    Expect fireworks with elegant violinist Viviane Hagner performing Mozart’s sinfonia concertante with conductor emeritus and violist Pinchas Zukerman.  Elgar’s “Enigma Variations” depict a lifetime of friendships -- a beloved work by the English musical genius.

    • J.S. Bach St. Matthew Passion

    Bach’s setting of St Matthew’s retelling Christ’s Passion is most sublime music ever written. Trevor Pinnock – a master interprester of baroque music --  and a cast of internationally renowned soloists and choristers will create the emotional highlight of the Orchestra’s season. 

    • Schumann Symphony No. 1, “Spring”
    • Jocelyn Morlock Cobalt
    • Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2

    Musical partnerships at their most intimate: Jessica Linnebach and Yosuke Kawasaki perform a violin duo inspired by the color of the night sky at twilight, pianist David Fray debuts in Chopin’s second piano concerto, and conductor Alexander Shelley brings to brilliant life the “Spring” Symphony by Robert Schumann.

    • Bramwell Tovey Violin Concerto
    • Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 3, "Polish"

    The brilliant James Ehnes performs a violin concerto written for him by multitalented composer / conductor Bramwell Tovey, who leads the NAC Orchestra in his own work and the vivid, melodious third symphony by Russia’s most famous composer, Tchaikovsky.

  3. Mozart’s Figaro in Concert

    Opera in concert

    Southam Hall

    • Mozart The Marriage of Figaro

    Alexander Shelley and a stellar cast of singers bring to life Mozart’s inspired comic opera, The Marriage of Figaro, with its interwoven stories of love, jealousy and disguise expressed in music of undeniable grace and beauty.

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