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Classical

Orchestre symphonique de Longueuil - Stradivarius, Mozart

Cinquième Salle November 28, 2021

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The musicians of the Orchestre symphonique de Longueuil and their soloist-conductor Alexandre Da Costa will pay tribute to the timeless music of the great Mozart with his most famous symphony, Symphony No. 40. They will also welcome a talented guest, pianist Élisabeth Pion, who will join them to perform Concerto No. 24 by the Austrian composer. And finally, to enhance this concert, they have invited the composer in the spotlight, who will be personified by none other than Joël Legendre.

Details

Attention
Performance presented WITHOUT physical distancing

Procedural masks must be worn at all times

Vaccine passport required
Attention
Performance presented WITHOUT physical distancing

Procedural masks must be worn at all times

Vaccine passport required

Please note that this show will be presented in a performance hall that can be filled to maximum capacity, which means that physical distancing does not apply once spectators are sitting in their assigned seats.

To attend the performance, ticketholders must comply with the usual health and safety measures, in addition to meeting the following two criteria:

  • All spectators aged 13 and up must show a vaccine passport, along with a proof of ID, at the entrance to the performance hall. A photo ID is required for people of ages 16 to 74.

  • All spectators aged 10 and up must wear a procedural mask at all times: when circulating and during the performance (masks are also strongly recommended for children of ages 2 to 9).

For more information on the health and safety measures in effect at Place des Arts or to read our FAQ, please see the COVID-19 page.

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