Saturday, March 29, 2014 - 8 PM

From Spain we travel to France for an evening of souvenirs. While Ravel’s String Quartet and the Rhapsody for violin and orchestra Tzigane are bound to transport you into this great composer’s eclectic world, it is the illustrious melodies of Piaf, Brel, and Aznavour that will make you sing along with us. Only Paris…

Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)
String Quartet in F major, Opus 35
(arr. for string orchestra)

Presented in a world-premiere arrangement for violin, cimbalum, and string orchestra
(arr. Aleksey Shegolev)
Robert Margaryan, violin
Alexandru Sura, cimbalum

A Tribute to the greatest French songs of all time with

Alain Aubut, conductor
Natalie Choquette, soprano

Alain Aubut, conductor

Natalie Choquette, soprano


Where are our concerts?

Our season's concerts will be presented at the magnificent Salle Claude-Champagne of the University of Montreal at 220, Vincent-d'Indy Ave, Montreal, QC (Édouard Montpetit Metro).

How to get there

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