World fa­mous flutist re­turns for OSS con­cert

Stanstead Journal - - LENNOXVILLE NEWS - Sher­brooke

For its fi­nal con­cert of the sea­son, the Orchestre Sym­phonique de Sher­brooke will present the Ma­jestueux Mahler event, un­der the di­rec­tion of Stephane Lafor­est, on Satur­day, May 14th, at the Salle Mau­rice-O’Bready at the Univer­sité de Sher­brooke. The con­cert will star Sher­brooke na­tive Robert Langevin, the solo flutist of the New York Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra.

Mr. Langevin joined the Orchestre Sym­phonique de Sher­brooke when he was fourteen, and the New York Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra in 2000. He gives Mas­ter classes in the flute in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia and is a mem­ber of the Jul­liard School of Mu­sic and the Man­hat­tan School of Mu­sic. Mr. Langevin per­forms be­tween four and five con­certs per week, as the first flutist, with the pres­ti­gious New York or­ches­tra and will in­ter­pret the Con­certo for the Flute, by Jac­ques Ibert, dur­ing this Satur­day’s con­cert. The young so­prano, Mar­i­anne Lam­bert, will also join the or­ches­tra for the fourth move­ment of Mahler’s Sym­phony no. 4. New York Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra solo flutist a na­tive of Sher­brooke, will per­form at the Orchestre Sym­phonique de Sher­brooke’s clos­ing con­cert this Satur­day.

Robert Langevin,

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