BACH HONEGGER, SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION Opening concert of Orchestre Nouvelle Génération Season 9, December 14

The Orchestre Nouvelle Génération is proud to annonce Bach Honneger,
six degrees of separation the opening concert of its 9th Season which will take place on December 14th at Salle Claude-Champagne, 7:30 PM. The concert is preceded by a “Pre Concert : Pop Up Performances!” at
7:00 PM.

Bach, Honegger. Two incredible composers born 200 years apart… where did their paths cross ? What could be their “six degrees of separation”? The answer is – the year 1932, when Arthur Honegger composed his
Prelude, Arioso & Fughetta on the Name of B-A-C-H. With a program of five contrasting works by the two great composers, parallels can be drawn between these two masters. Starting with the groundbreaking
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 and culminating with the Honegger Victorious Second Symphony, the evening is a perfect start of the Orchestre Nouvelle Génération new Season.

Programme
BACH : Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
HONEGGER : Prelude, Arioso, Fughetta on the name of B.A.C.H
BACH : Concerto for Two Violins BWV 1043
BACH Passacaglia BWV 582 (Arrangement for strings and continuo by Rinaldo Alessandrini)
HONEGGER : Symphony No. 2

Veronika Cherniak began her violin studies at the age of six with Marina Palymskaya. In 1999, she emigrated to Canada and furthered her studies with Pavel Feldman and Johanne Arel at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal and later with Andrew Wan at the McGill Schulich School of Music. She has participated in numerous master classes with world-renowned violinists such as Vadim Repin, Nicola Benedetti, the Endellion String Quartet, and Regis Pasquis. In 2014, Veronika won the prestigious
ARAM Musique Competition in Repentigny, which provided her with the opportunity to release her first CD in collaboration with pianist Philip Chiu. Veronika is a member of Orchestre Nouvelle Génération.

Olga Semionova was born in Republic of Moldova, at the age of seven, she chose to learn the violin, which eventually became Olga’s primary instrument. After graduation from the Serghei Rachmaninoff Republican
Musical Lyceum, she pursued her studies at the Academy of Music in Moldova. Olga’s professional career began with the Ensemble of the Violinists of Moldova, who performed numerous concerts in the most
prestigious concert halls in Moldova as well as in Spain, Germany, Denmark, Italy and in France. Olga emigrated to Canada in 2015 and is a member of Orchestre Nouvelle Génération.

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About Orchestre Nouvelle Génération :
Founded by Yuli and Eleonora Turovsky in 2011 and under artistic direction of Natasha Turovsky since 2014, the Nouvelle Génération Chamber Orchestra has garnered a loyal following of enthusiastic fans here and abroad. Performing without a conductor, this eleven string core ensemble has made a strong impression with its trademark intensity, enthusiasm and joy of music-making. Derived from Yuli Turovsky’s unique artistic principles and distinctive musical values, “Nouvelle Génération” is so named as a nod to their constant search for everything “new” in performance: individual and novel interpretations, repertoire programming – be it new compositions by current composers or revisiting old standards in singular, exciting ways – or pairing classical music with different art forms such as painting, dance, and theatre.

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