Salle Claude-Champagne
(Pre-Concert, Tomorrow’s Stars 7:00 pm)

Bach, Honegger

Two incredible composers born 200 years apart… where did their paths cross ? What could be their “six degrees of separation”?

The answer is – the year 1932, when Arthur Honegger composed his Prelude, Arioso & Fughetta on the Name of B-A-C-H.

With a program of five contrasting works by the two great composers, parallels can be drawn between these two masters. Starting with the groundbreaking Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 and culminating with the Honegger Victorious Second Symphony, the evening is a perfect start of Season 9.

BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
HONEGGER Prelude, Arioso, Fughetta sur le nom de B.A.C.H
BACH Concerto for Two Violins BWV 1043
BACH Passacaglia BWV 582 – Arrangement for strings and continuo by Rinaldo Alessandrini
HONEGGER Symphony No. 2

Veronika Cherniak, violin
Olga Semionova, violin

Veronika Cherniak
Olga Semionova