Resounding Beethoven

BEETHOVEN- S. BROWN

Nicolas Ellis, the young conductor with a promising future, whom the Orchestre welcomes as its artistic partner, leads this concert featuring works by the iconic Beethoven. The expressive Leonore Overture No. 3 is so compelling that it is often performed shorn of the opera Fidelio it is supposed to accompany. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4 impresses with its beauty and refined writing. Returning to the OM after a stay with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, trumpet player Stéphane Beaulac premiers the Trumpet Concerto of Montrealer-by-adoption Stacey Brown, with whom the Orchestre has worked in the past and whose music charmed musicians and audiences alike.

 

Presented as part of the RBC Emerging Artists Project

Nicolas Ellis

Stéphane Beaulac

10

May
7:30pm

Location

Maison symphonique de Montréal

14

May
7:30pm

Location

Saint-Laurent

15

May
7:30pm

Location

Verdun (Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs)

 
conductor & artistic Partner

Nicolas Ellis

trumpet

Stéphane Beaulac

Works

BEETHOVEN

Leonore Overture No. 3

S. BROWN

Trumpet Concerto (premiere)

BEETHOVEN

Symphony No. 4