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The Violin According to Blake Pouliot

Salle Claude-Léveillée August 10, 2019

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An uncommon virtuoso with a sound palette of exquisite sensitivity: Blake Pouliot, winner of the OSM Manulife Competition in 2016, is the rising star of the young generation of Canadian violinists. In a programme that contrasts the dramatic intensity of Janáček and the peerless optimist of Mozart, Blake Pouliot’s violin also leads the dance to the unbridled, Gypsy-inspired  rhythms of works by Bartók and Brahms.

Janáček, Violin Sonata
Mozart, Violin Sonata no. 24 in F major, K. 376
Bartók, Violin Rhapsody no. 1, Sz. 86
Brahms, Hungarian Dance no. 1, in G minor

Blake Pouliot, violin
Hsin-I Huang, piano


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