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If you are one of those musical enthusiasts that love to attend live music acts especially Orchestra performances, then your next check should be a performance by Ottawa Symphony Orchestra.
Even if you dont fall in the above mentioned category, you should give them a try and we assure you that you will come back again asking for more. It always feels nice to listen to good live music and when that comes from the most famous orchestral group of Canada, then you should expect bigger and better every time.
Ottawa Symphony Orchestra is the Ottawas largest orchestra with hundred musicians on board. It is regarded as one of the finest orchestral pieces in the world as it has won hearts in several countries and regions for its splendid performances.
The orchestra was founded in 1965 as Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. The idea behind the formation of this group was the revival of music in the Canadas capital at the time when the city and its music lovers were experiencing a dry spell in orchestral music.
Later in 1976, the orchestra adopted its current name. Before the age of old Ottawa Philharmonic would come to an end, this particular group revived it and made it more popular than it ever was. Under the leadership of Maurice Haycock and support of local musicians, the orchestra emerged as an irresistible force that truly kept up with the musical traditions of Ottawa.
It was on April 14, 1966, when the orchestra did their first performance at the Ottawa Technical High School. This was the start and the rest is history. Today, after forty years of its inception the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra has become synonym to musical entertainment in Canada and the world over.
The Orchestra plays five major concerts in a year in Southam Hall of the National Arts Centre. Besides this, they perform in various countries like USA, Germany, England, France, Bohemia and Russia.
The famous orchestra has performed with choirs including the Cantata Singers of Ottawa and the Ottawa Choral Society, under the baton of Clifford Hunt (1965-66), Nicholas Goldschmidt (1966-67), James Coles (1969-75) and Brian Law (1975-91), among others.
Their performances at different festivals are a treat to watch as they present the best of music to the listeners. Till now, the orchestra has given many splendid performances. One of the recent ones that really rocked everyone was in early 2008 at Spring Festival Gala of Chinese Arts and Music.
Here the Ottawa musicians collaborated with the Master of String from China, Ms. Jiang Kemei, in a musical tribute that will win the hearts and souls of the entire audience.
Ottawa Symphony Orchestra has a long and illustrious history of producing quality shows with rich sound and good balance that adds up to successful run.
Mostly, they concentrate on performing music from the large-scale symphonic repertoire of the 19th and 20th centuries, including works by Canadian composers. Their regular concerts include Symphonic Poetry and Community Family Events.
Almost all of the members of the OSO are local Canadian musicians that perform brilliant music with full enthusiasm and talent-to-die-for. The OSO holds three or four special events each year in order to help supplement its fundraising.
It also participates in various unique programmes of large-scale music. All these events are organized by a dedicated committee and known for their elegance and congenial atmosphere.
Apart from commercial performances, the orchestra makes an important contribution to the community through its educational programs that include Mentorship Program for young musicians, Symphony for Schools concert series its Students at the Symphony program of complimentary tickets for high school students.
Get ready for another mind-blowing performance by this great orchestra as they are ready again under the guidance of Music Director David Currie to present music that will surely win your hearts and souls.