Tusarnituuq!: Nagano in the Land of the Inuit
In September 2008, the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra embarked on its first ever tour of the Canadian Arctic. Led by conductor Kent Nagano, the program featured a concert of music from the classical repertoire, including Stravinksy's Histoire du soldat narrated in Inuktitut, and a new work inspired by Inuit throat singing from Canadian composer Alexina Louie.
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