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L’Orchestre symphonique de l’Île présente : une excursion enchantée

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Pour le dernier concert de la saison 2020-2021 de l’Orchestre symphonique de l’Île, Natalie Williams Calhoun, Sean Kemp et Glen Montgomery interpréteront le superbe Trio pour piano no 1 en ré majeur de Johannes Brahms. Le programme comprendra également le Caprice no 1 en fa dièse mineur, opus 76, ainsi qu’une suite de compositions de Glen Montgomery ayant l’Î.-P.-É. pour thème.

Ce concert met fin à une saison entièrement consacrée à la musique de chambre pour l’orchestre, saison qui a joué à guichet fermé devant un public réduit depuis le début de la pandémie
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