Edward Top by NAC Orchestra

Sunday, 25 September 2022   |   15:30 - 18:00

Edward Top by NAC Orchestra

What do Vivaldi, R. Murray Schafer, and Greta Thunberg have in common? They prompt us to listen to our environment and reflect on our role here on earth.

Join Principal Youth Conductor and Creative Partner Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, the NAC Orchestra, and influential leaders and artists from across Canada as they celebrate the art and importance of listening with empathy – to our environment, our elders and each other – in a concert featuring music inspired by nature and creative responses to our world, the climate crisis, and the times we live in. On the program works by Edward Top, Jonathan Ring, Vivaldi, Schafer, Mozetich, Piazolla, Bado

This concert is presented as part of the NAC Orchestra’s SPHERE Festival which will take place on September 22-25, 2022


  • Composer(s): Edward Top
  • Title(s) of the Work(s):

    Eruption (fragment)

  • Performer, Ensemble or Orchestra: National Arts Centre Orchestra, conductor - Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser


Sep 25 2022


15:30 - 18:00

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Ottawa, National Arts Center
1 Elgin Street, Ottawa, Canada

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