The National Arts Centre Orchestra was in good form aside from a few minor lapses in string intonation.
What does NACO stand for?
NACO stands for National Arts Centre Orchestra (Canada)
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Since then, she has performed with virtually every major orchestra in Canada, including numerous appearances with the Toronto Symphony, as well as the CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra, Calgary Philharmonic, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Edmonton, Victoria, Winnipeg and Saskatoon Symphony Orchestras.
They have danced alongside the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa and the L.
Russell Braun spends the rest of the 2009/10 season on the concert and recital stage, including a world premiere of Linda Bouchard's Songs for an Acrobat with the National Arts Centre Orchestra conducted by Pinchas Zukerman in Ottawa (Oct.
Other visiting orchestras before Christmas are Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra (with Pinchas Zukerman), the Minnesota Orchestra, the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra.
Wilson took her first podium bow while still at Juilliard, at the helm of Ottawa's National Arts Centre Orchestra, and with a trip to Salzburg in the summer of 1992 to work with Claudio Abbado and the Vienna Philharmonic, her international career began to bloom nearly as early as her career at home.
Christoph Campestrini conducted an idiomatic performance, and the National Arts Centre Orchestra played beautifully.