LES VIOLONS DU ROY
Tuesday November 18, 2014 7:30 pm
The 15 member LES VIOLONS DU ROY takes its name from the renowned string orchestras in the courts of French kings. Under the direction of founder Bernard Labadie, they focus on chamber music from the Baroque and Classical periods, playing in the style appropriate for each era. They also delve into the 19th and 20th centuries, presenting Piazzola, Bartok and Britten.
With three Junos to their credit, Les Violons du Roy are well known across Canada and around the world. Their music is frequently heard on CBC, they’re regular guests at music festivals and since their first international performance (New York in 1995) they have been warmly welcomed in concert halls around the globe. www.violonsduroy.com/en
Soloist: Louis-Philippe Marsolais, French Horn
Lous-Phillipe Marsolais is the well-known solo horn of the Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal. Renowned recitalist, concert and chamber musician, he performs regularly in North America, Europe and Asia, and has appeared with the Bavarian Radio Orchestra, and chamber orchestras of Munich, Geneva, Neuchatel, Zurich and Bolzano. At home he is fequently heard with Les Violons du Roy, the Société de musique contemporaine du Québec (SMCQ), and as soloist with orchestras in Montréal, Québec, Trois- Rivières, Longueuil, and Peterborough. Louis-Phillipe Marsolais was recipient of the prestigious Munich Competition prize, the Geneva Competition, the Mozart Competition of Rovereto and the Concours International de cor de Trévoux. He is on the faculty of the Université de Montréal.
Gala concert: this is our annual gala (bling) night, where we encourage those of you who like an occasion to dress up to wear your most elegant outfits and sparkle as much as the chandeliers!
|F.J. Haydn (1732-1809)||Horn Concerto No. 2 in D major, Hob.VIId:4 Soloist: Louis-Philippe Marsolais, horn|
|F. Mendelssohn (1809-1847)||String Symphony No. 10 in B minor, MWN N 10|
|R. Schumann (1810-1856)||Adagio and Allegro, op. 70 (orchestrated by L.P. Marsolais) Soloist: Louis-Philippe Marsolais, horn|
|F. Schubert (1897-1828)||String Quartet No. 14 in D minor ‘’Death and the Maiden’’ (arr. M. Lussier)|
SINGLE CONCERT TICKETS
Adults – $35, under 18 – $17.50
Students on the eyeGo program – $5
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3800-34th Street, Vernon.
All concerts are held in the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre.