National Arts Centre Orchestra, Ottawa

Introduction

Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra is a world class ensemble of musicians from across Canada and the world, under the inspiring leadership of Music Director Alexander Shelley.

Formed in 1969, the orchestra gives about 100 performances a year in Ottawa, across Canada and around the globe, working with diverse artists of international renown. It breaks boundaries with its regular commissions of new creations including the critically-acclaimed, immersive Life Reflected.

Askonas Holt is delighted to be collaborating with the NAC for the first time in 2019, on a nine-date European tour celebrating the orchestra’s 50th anniversary. In addition to symphonic concerts in Saffron Walden, London, Utrecht, Copenhagen and Stockholm, the orchestra presents the extraordinary Life Reflected to audiences in Paris and Gothenburg.


Introduction

Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra is a world class ensemble of musicians from across Canada and the world, under the inspiring leadership of Music Director Alexander Shelley.

Formed in 1969, the orchestra gives about 100 performances a year in Ottawa, across Canada and around the globe, working with diverse artists of international renown. It breaks boundaries with its regular commissions of new creations including the critically-acclaimed, immersive Life Reflected.

Askonas Holt is delighted to be collaborating with the NAC for the first time in 2019, on a nine-date European tour celebrating the orchestra’s 50th anniversary. In addition to symphonic concerts in Saffron Walden, London, Utrecht, Copenhagen and Stockholm, the orchestra presents the extraordinary Life Reflected to audiences in Paris and Gothenburg.