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January 21, 2019
FEATURED CONCERT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ORCHESTRA
Presentation of the 2018-19 Ottawa Symphony – Senécal Mozart Prize and performance
We kicked off this year’s Monday Masterworks series with From Austria with Love in our new performance space, Dominion-Chalmers.
This concert featured the young Canadian musician who won the 2018-19 Senécal Mozart Prize, accompanied by our large-scale orchestra AND the University of Ottawa Orchestra, together for the first time on stage at Dominion-Chalmers.
Also on the program were compositions by Ottawa’s Kelly-Marie Murphy (winner of the inaugural “Maria Anna Mozart Award” for Canadian women composers), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Anton Bruckner.
*Kelly-Marie Murphy, A thousand natural shocks
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Exsultate, jubilate (feat. Winner of the 2018-19 Senécal Mozart Prize)
Anton Bruckner, Symphony no.7
From the cradle of symphonic repertoire, we bring you the beautiful chamber music-like quality of Mozart’s concerto writing, and the powerful and deep faith of Bruckner.
* = Canadian Composer
Pre-Concert Chat, 6:30 pm
U-Ottawa School of Music music theory & composition professor, Robert Rival, of will lead our pre-concert chat. Join us to hear his discussion with Ottawa's own Kelly-Marie Murphy, composer of A thousand natural shocks, being performed by the Ottawa Symphony that evening. The discussion will focus on Ms. Murphy's featured piece of the evening, and her work as a composer in general. The discussion will be followed by a 10 minute Q&A, so prep your questions in advance!
Savvy Company Bar Service Opens at 6 pm
And while you're there, enjoy a a glass of KIN Vineyards wine and some Canadian cheese. Savvy Company will be offering bar and snack services for your enjoyment at our January 21st concert.