OSM continues to offer free online concerts – schedule

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The OSM continues to offer you an opportunity to ‘watch, listen and stay in touch’ with the Orchestre and classical music, now in WEEK 3. If you can’t get out to the symphony, the symphony can come to you – in your own home. They have been offering free, online concerts on their website every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Whether you want to sit back with your pajamas on or feel inspired to dress up as if you were going to the concert, below is the schedule for this week:
*Videos are available on their website – starting on the date indicated. If you miss the scheduled time, you still have the opportunity to watch and listen to some of the concerts that will be streaming on the site for up to 4 days. Go to this link.
Week Three:

MONDAY MARCH 30TH AT 12:00PM – Streaming until April 1st 8:00pm – THE ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE MONTREAL INAUGURATES PLACE DES ARTS, SEPTEMBER 21st 1963

Recorded on September 21st 1963 at La Place des Arts

Conductors: Zubin Mehta and Wilfrid Pelletier

1. Hommage à Wilfrid Pelletier, ‘Ô Canada’

2. Jean Papineau-Couture, Pièce Concertante no 5, ‘Miroirs’, creation mondiale

3. Maurice Ravel, La valse, poème choregraphique

4. Gustav Mahler, Symphonie no 1 en re majeur, ‘Titan’

WEDNESDAY APRIL 1ST AT 7:00PM РStreaming until April 3rd at 8:00pm РCONCERT FROM THE AMERICAS TOUR 2019 Recorded Wednesday October 2nd 2019 at the Sala Ṣo Paulo, Ṣo Paulo (Brasil)

Conductor: Kent Nagano – Production: TV Cultura

Mahler, Symphonie no. 5 en do dièse mineur

Production: TV Cultura

FRIDAY APRIL 3RD AT 7PM – Streaming until April 5th 8:00pm – KENT NAGANO, OSM AND PIANIST MARC-ANDRÉ HAMELIN – Coproduction OSM / Medici.tv

Recorded March 5th 2014 at the Maison symphonique de Montreal

Conductor: Kent Nagano

Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano

Liszt, Concerto pour piano no 2 en la majeur, S. 125

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