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Music & Tulips

Presented by Long & McQuade, Beaver Tails, Garden Shed

May 11-21

Illustrious impresario Julian Armour, acclaimed Director of Music & Beyond, has assembled an incredible line-up for the NEW Music & Tulips program at the Festival. Indulge your senses at both Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park and at Commissioners Park across from Dow’s Lake.  Enjoy the sounds of musical arrangements amidst stunning sights and scents of the Canadian Tulip Festival celebrations.  Festival visitors will experience sensational contemporary and classical compositions  from brass bands, string ensembles and vocal virtuosos.

Visitors at Commissioner’s Park will also be treated to performances by local school bands.

Commissioner’s Park

11-May

10 h 30  Andrew Mah – guitar

15 h  Tour de Four (Barbershop Quartet)

12-May

10 h 30  Brigitte Amyot ensemble (Chamber music)

13-May ( Holland Pavilion)

15 h  Maria Krstic – violin, Ioulia Blinova – piano

14-May

15 h Tour de Four (Barbershop Quartet)

15-May

15 h C Ottawa Children’s Choir

15:30 h  Lucile Hildesheim – harp

16-May

13 h  Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet

15 h  Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet

17-May

15 h  Roddy Ellias / Petr Cancura

18-May

15 h  Matthew Larkin – organ

19-May

10 h 30  Zac Pulak, Edana Higham – marimba + piano

13 h  Caroline Léonardelli Harp Quartet

15 h  Victor Herbiet Saxophone Quartet

20-May

10 h 30  Andrew Mah – guitar

13 h CNepean Panharmonics (steel drums)

15 h  Julian Armour – cello

21-May

10 h 30 Canto Sentimento Strings

13 h Zac Pulak, Edana Higham – marimba + piano

 

Aberdeen Pavilion

15-May

13 h Thirteen Strings, Kevin Mallon – conductor with Isabelle Lacroix – soprano

16-May

1o h 15 Julian Armour – cello and Evelyn Greenberg – piano

11 h 15 Pascale Margeley – flute & Caroline Léonardelli – harp

12 h 15 Pascale Margeley – flute & Caroline Léonardelli – harp

19-May

11 h Maple Leaf Brass Band

13 h Ottawa Wind Ensemble

GENREKids & Family, Art, Culture & Heritage, Live Performances
VENUELANDSDOWNE PARK - The Art and Culture Tulip Experience, COMMISSIONERS PARK - The Garden Tulip Experience
COSTAdmission
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Illustrious impresario Julian Armour, acclaimed Director of Music & Beyond, has assembled an incredible line-up for the NEW Music & Tulips program at the Festival. Indulge your senses at both Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park and at Commissioners Park across from Dow’s Lake.  Enjoy the sounds of musical arrangements amidst stunning sights and scents of the Canadian Tulip Festival celebrations.  Festival visitors will experience sensational contemporary and classical compositions  from brass bands, string ensembles and vocal virtuosos.

Visitors at Commissioner’s Park will also be treated to performances by local school bands.

Commissioner’s Park

11-May

10 h 30  Andrew Mah – guitar

15 h  Tour de Four (Barbershop Quartet)

12-May

10 h 30  Brigitte Amyot ensemble (Chamber music)

13-May ( Holland Pavilion)

15 h  Maria Krstic – violin, Ioulia Blinova – piano

14-May

15 h Tour de Four (Barbershop Quartet)

15-May

15 h C Ottawa Children’s Choir

15:30 h  Lucile Hildesheim – harp

16-May

13 h  Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet

15 h  Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet

17-May

15 h  Roddy Ellias / Petr Cancura

18-May

15 h  Matthew Larkin – organ

19-May

10 h 30  Zac Pulak, Edana Higham – marimba + piano

13 h  Caroline Léonardelli Harp Quartet

15 h  Victor Herbiet Saxophone Quartet

20-May

10 h 30  Andrew Mah – guitar

13 h CNepean Panharmonics (steel drums)

15 h  Julian Armour – cello

21-May

10 h 30 Canto Sentimento Strings

13 h Zac Pulak, Edana Higham – marimba + piano

 

Aberdeen Pavilion

15-May

13 h Thirteen Strings, Kevin Mallon – conductor with Isabelle Lacroix – soprano

16-May

1o h 15 Julian Armour – cello and Evelyn Greenberg – piano

11 h 15 Pascale Margeley – flute & Caroline Léonardelli – harp

12 h 15 Pascale Margeley – flute & Caroline Léonardelli – harp

19-May

11 h Maple Leaf Brass Band

13 h Ottawa Wind Ensemble