UPDATE: Congrats to Crystal, who won the tickets to the show! See you there!

On Wednesday night I’m very excited to be attending Mozart’s Final Piano Concerto – Beyond the Score at the National Arts Centre here in Ottawa.

In the past, the NAC has had a bit of a reputation for being a rather stuffy venue, where the mucky mucks hang out sipping Perrier and lime before donning their opera glasses for the 2nd act. Well, I’m here to tell you that has ALL changed, my friends!

Over the past several years, The National Arts Centre has become one of the most dynamic, interesting, engaging arts venues in our city, if not the country. They continue to surprise me with their line up of remarkable theatre, music and dance. Just have a look at their list of upcoming performances and I’m sure you’ll find something that interests you.

I’m particularly excited about this Wednesday’s performance because it starts none other than Ottawa thespian extraordinaire, Pierre Brault. Pierre and I have a bit of a history together, in that we worked on the Cable 22 show “Way Cool” for many years. He was a bright spot in my Sunday mornings back then, and I’m overjoyed at the success he’s having.

Now, for the fun part. Myself, my brother Mike, and my good friend Cheryl have been invited to cover the event on Wednesday night. We’ll be bringing a video camera and will have some great behind the scenes footage to show you as well as some scenes from the show. So stay tuned to this blog for all that great fun!

In the meantime – if you are in Ottawa on Wednesday night and would like a chance to attend the performance of Mozart’s Final Piano Concerto – Beyond the Score yourself, then I have a pair of tickets to give away! So just leave a comment saying “I wanna go to the NAC, Suze!” and you’ll be entered into the draw. I’ll draw for the tickets tomorrow (Tuesday September 29 evening at 8pm). Be sure to leave your email address so I can get back to you!

Thanks and hope to see you on Wednesday!

Incidentally – since my blog cross-posts over on Facebook, I’m also accepting entries in the comments over there. 🙂

6 Responses

  1. Agreed. I went to at least six different shows at the NAC last year. Among the most memorable was Margaret Cho. I was really blown away by the wide variety of performers they brought in. I wasn’t as excited by this year’s lineup, but I’ll be keeping an eye on the program in future.
    [rq=743260,0,blog][/rq]Broken promises

  2. Thanks for sharing your enthusiasm. My good friend, Rachel Beausoleil will be singing at the NAC on Fri. October 2nd! I encourage jazz lovers to attend. She has an awesome voice and her soul is revealed in her singing.

  3. I wanna go to the NAC … To see Pierre Brault! His one-person show at the Gctc a few seasons ago (5 O’clock Bells) was simply fab.

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