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NAC Orchestra under Pinchas Zukerman's passionate baton, put on majestic show / The Charlatan

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On the evening of Nov. 24, the former music director of the National Arts Centre (NAC) orchestra and masterful violinist, Pinchas Zukerman, was back at the NAC to lead the orchestra at Southam Hall. With his magnetic and passionate baton, Zukerman never fails to grasp the heart of audiences while conducting or performing. The program was insightfully and eloquently chosen, and it was tailored to bring out the best of both the orchestra and the soloist. During the course of the evening, Zukerman first adopted the role of the soloist, then he took his place at the conducting podium. The night's performance immersed the listener into a historical narrative of classical music, in which Zuckerman and the orchestra first led us into the mid-early musical world of Haydn. 

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