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For the 1995-1996 season, the choir was proud to be under the sponsorship of Their Excellencices The Right Honourable Romeo LeBlanc, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Diana Fowler LeBlanc.

  Date Programme Location Tickets
  Thursday to Saturday, October 12 to 14, 1995, 8:00 pm

A Salute to Jerome Kern and Victor Herbert
John McGlinn, conductor

John McGlinn, one of America's leading authorities on the music of Jerome Kern, Victor Herbert and others, made his debut with the NAC Orchestra with this Pops concert of broadway music by these two composers.

Judy Kaye, soprano
Jeffrey Lentz, tenor
The Opera, National Arts Centre Tickets were available from the National Arts Centre Box Office.
  Tuesday, November 28, 1995, 8:00 pm
An Evening with Henry Purcell
Paul Goodwin, conductor

A performance of Henry Purcell's Come Ye Sons of Art and Dido and Aeneas

Douglas Sturdevant, trumpet
Nancy Argenta, soprano
Jonathan Peter Kenny, countertenor
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Michael George, baritone
Christine Brandes, soprano
Linda Perillo, soprano
Christina Harvey-Finlay, mezzo-soprano
Kevin Reeves, tenor
The Opera, National Arts Centre Tickets were available from the National Arts Centre Box Office.
  Tuesday, December 12, 1995, 8:00 pm
A Baroque Christmas
Paul Andreas Mahr, conductor

Vivaldi's Magnificat and other Baroque works

Pierre Djokic, cello
Kimberly Briggs, soprano
Hilary Knox, mezzo-soprano
Thirteen Strings Chamber Orchestra
   
  Tuesday, January 16, 1996, 8:00 pm
The Music of George Frideric Handel
Andreas Delfs, conductor

To finish an evening with George Handel and the NAC Orchestra, the Cantata Singers of Ottawa joins the Orchestra to sing Handel's Dettingen Te Deum.

Kevin McMillan, baritone

This concert is part of the NAC Baroque Series.
The Opera, National Arts Centre Tickets were available from the National Arts Centre Box Office.
  Palm Sunday, March 31, 1996, 8:00 pm
Sergei Rachmaninoff: All-Night Vigil (Vespers)
Laurence Ewashko, conductor

Robert Ryan, tenor

Julian Kolibaiev, bass

St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

20 Fairmont Avenue at Wellington Street, Ottawa
Adults: $15
Seniors and students: $10
  Saturday, April 27, 1996, 8:00 pm
The Stage for AIDS
Jean LeClerc and Mary Walsh, co-hosts

The inaugural fund-raising performance in support and celebration of the "AIDS movement".

Angela Hewitt, piano
Veronica Tennant, dancer
Karen Kain, dancer
Rex Harrington, dancer
and others
The Opera, National Arts Centre Tickets were available from the National Arts Centre Box Office.
  Saturday, May 25, 1996, 8:00 pm
Canadian Landscapes
Laurence Ewashko, conductor

A concert of music from across Canada, including fiddling and step-dancing from the Ottawa Valley.

Dawson Girdwood, violin

Royal Dion, step-dancer

Barclay McMillan, host


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De La Salle High School

501 Old St. Patrick Street, Ottawa
Adults: $15
Seniors and students: $10
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