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2021-2022 Season

 
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April 19, 2022 | 7:30 pm

Église Saint-Michel

Vaudreuil-Dorion

Beethoven | Grand fugue

Wagner | Siegfried Idyll

Webern | Fünf Sätze, op. 5

Schœnberg | Kammersymphonie 2

Daniel Constantineau, direction

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June 3, 2022 | 7:30 pm

Église de la Nativité

La Prairie

Smith | Symphony in A minor

Mendelssohn | Quartet in Eb

Quatuor Cobalt, soloist

Farrenc | Symphony in G minor

Daniel Constantineau, direction

PROGRAM (French)

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September 9, 2022 | 7:30 pm

Basilique-Cathédrale

Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

Beethoven
Overture Coriolan, op. 61
Triple concerto, op. 56, 

Guillaume Villeneuve, violin |Elinor Frey, violoncelle | Olivier Godin, fortepiano

3rd symphony «Eroica», op 55

Daniel Constantineau, direction

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August 1rst, 2022

Church Saint-Thomas Aquinas

Hudson

Sammartini | Sinfonia

Leclair | Concerto for flute

Krumpholtz | Concerto for harp

Mozart | Concerto for flute & harp

Grégoire Jeay, traverso

Antoine Mallette-Chénier, harp

Daniel Constantineau, direction

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Galileo

 

Directed by Daniel Constantineau, Galileo (formerly known as the Orchestre symphonique de la Vallée-du-Haut-Saint-Laurent) is the only Canadian orchestra specialized in historically informed performance of symphonic repertoire from approximately 1730 to 1930.

Galileo takes on the challenge of exploring and blending different musical styles and disciplines, deserving its slogan and promoting the renewal the orchestral experience.

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Daniel Constantineau

 

“A conductor with irreproachable rhythm, precise and attentive direction, Daniel Constantineau allows the orchestra to maintain free and natural expression from beginning to end of every piece on the program, revealing himself as a sensitive interpreter and an outstanding musician in every way.”

This is the praise from the formidable (and intimidating!) music critic Claude Gingras in June 1997, from La Presse newspaper, concerning the first  concert given by Daniel Constantineau and the Orchestre philharmonique du Grand Montréal.

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