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Concert inaugural de l'orgue du Palais Montcalm
Les Violons du Roy
October 4, 2013
Friday • 8 p.m.
Admission: $23 to $75
Palais Montcalm celebrates the arrival of its new Casavant organ. This fabulous, one-of-a-kind instrument will be front and center for this concert to open Les Violons du Roy’s 30th season. Organist and founding member of Les Violons du Roy Richard Paré has the honor of giving the first public performance on this latest product of Quebec’s storied organ-building tradition.
Bernard Labadie, conductor
Richard Paré, organ
• Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV565
• Sinfonia (Cantata BWV29)
G.F. HANDEL Concerto for Organ in G Minor, op.4 No.1, HWV289
J.P. SWEELINCK Ballo del Granduca
J. PACHELBEL Chaconne in F Minor
F.J. HAYDN Concerto for Organ in C Major, Hob.XVIII:1
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