Camerata NB 2015 Tour to Woodstock May 30

Camerata New Brunswick and Suzie LeBlanc present works by Mozart and Haydn Symphony New Brunswick welcomes back NB’s own Suzie LeBlanc for its third annual Camerata NB tour

This year Camerata is returning by popular demand to Woodstock. These outreach concerts will be featuring a larger Camerata that has added winds to the ensemble so that the repertoire is even more exciting. The Orchestra will be performing two wonderful Classical symphonies by the two masters, Mozart and Haydn as well as several Mozart Arias to be sung by the fabulous Suzie LeBlanc.

The concert will finish with Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate, K. 165, perhaps the best known and most beautiful of Mozart’s works for Soprano.

A word from the maestro, Michael Newnham

 “After exciting concerts with Suzie LeBlanc this past February, Camerata NB and I are greatly looking forward to collaborating with her in May in performances of music which takes us back to our classical music roots: Mozart and Haydn. Suzie performs great opera arias by Mozart as well as his beautiful “Exsultate jubilate”, and the orchestra serves up a symphony by each of the two composers.

Haydn, known as the ‘father of the symphony’, crystallized the Classical style while employed as the Kapellmeister for the Esterhazy family. His younger contemporary, Mozart, also perfected this style, becoming one of the greatest symphonic and operatic composers of all time.” Michael Newnham

 May 30, 7PM Woodstock Baptist Church Tickets $25 Adults, $10 Students

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