More than just an assemblage of different art forms, l’Arsenal à Musique is a vehicle for production and orchestration where musical creation is always at the crossroads. From the classical to the experimental, this is the merging of possibilities where artistic productions are revitalized through the coming together of disciplines and talents.
L’ARSENAL À MUSIQUE: FIRST YOUTH CONCERTS COMPANY INVITED TO THE MAISON SYMPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL BY THE OSM.
The prestigious Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal will welcome L’Arsenal à musique from November 14 - 20, 2011 at the Maison Symphonique for the presentation of The Little Prince.
Thousands of young people will be given the opportunity to attend this Québec creation interpreted by soloists Lorena Corradi and Reggi Ettore, accompanied by the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal under the direction of conductor Jean-Michael Lavoie.
The Little Prince is an original work from composers Denis Gougeon and Yves Daoust. This avant-garde production which fuses music, lighting and visual effects invites you to discover or rediscover Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s poetic and philosophical tale.
A concert for the whole family, a wonderful occasion to discover the fascinating universe of contemporary music.
L’ARSENAL À MUSIQUE AND L’ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE QUÉBEC PRESENT THE CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS.
From November 13 - 15, 2011, L’Arsenal à musique will have the honour of presenting The Carnival of the Animals in collaboration with the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec at the Grand Théâtre de Québec under the direction of conductor Airat Ichmouratov.
Accompanied by the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, actor-puppeteers Jonathan Morier and Ariane Bisson McLernon will give thousands of young people the opportunity to discover this playful piece by the great composer Camille Saint-Saëns.
Inspired by this timeless work which is still relevant today, we invite you to join us on a fabulous musical journey. Let yourself be guided by Octave and Mandoline through this magical universe where lions, kangaroos, turtles and other animals are brought to life through the use of small and large marionettes, each one more surprising than the next.
This production is a spectacular sound odyssey, a celebration of entertainment and joy that will introduce young people to this masterpiece of classical musical.
Source : Pierre-David Rodrigue, email@example.com
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