Artsfile review: OSO takes on Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony

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Comforting and grave: Mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabo

You certainly can’t call Alain Trudel and the Ottawa Symphony unambitious, picking Mahler’s sublime but enormous Symphony No. 2, the ‘Resurrection’, to close their 2016-17 season Monday night. And if they didn’t completely slay this 500-pound heavenly gorilla of a work, they did an impressive job of taming it.

Read the full review on Artsfile.

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