"I see music in the urban landscape. I hear music in every step I take."
- Frederick Miller
50 years ago, Frederick Miller signed "The Fires of Beltaine", concerto for piano and orchestra,
his final composition before disappearing suddenly. Today, I, who was by his side his whole life,
invite you on a commemorative walk through the streets of Ottawa to discover the
birthplace of his work and where our love story unfolded.
by : Lisa L'Heureux and Caroline Yergeau
Presented in the streets of Lowertown Ottawa
from June 2 to 4 and June 9 to 11 2022
duration: approximatively 85 minutes
English Translation: Lisa L’Heureux
Musical director and piano (studio recording): Nadia Boucher
Dramaturgical support: Louis-Philippe Roy
Narration (French) and singing: Caroline Yergeau, mezzo-soprano
Narration (English): Manon St-Jules
Singing (studio recording) and original composition: Corey Arnold, tenor
Piano (live): Nadia Boucher, Amy Wack and Judy Ginsburg
Departures are every 15 minutes.
Thursday and Friday, June 2-3 / 9-10: First departure at 5pm; last departure at 7:30pm
Saturday June 4 and 11: First departure at 1:30pm; last departure at 4pm
Interested in a solo experience? When booking, choose the "x 1" ticket option.
Interested in a small group experience? When booking, choose the "x 2", "x 3" or "x 4" ticket option.
You are invited to experience a personal immersive experience while walking around town. When you book your departure time, you can choose to do the experience by yourself, or with one to three other people.
Point of departure: Théâtre Belvédère, 133 Dalhousie, Ottawa, ON, K1N 7C2
Distance to cover on foot: approximately 3.2 kilometers (there are places to rest along the way.)
When booking your time of departure, you can choose a solo, duo or group (3 or 4 people) experience.
A link will be sent to you by email following your reservation. You will have to download the audio track, in English or in French, on your own device and provide your own headphones.
The performance will take place in the event of light rain. In case of inclement weather, your ticket may be exchanged or reimbursed. Should the performance be cancelled, an email notification will be sent to you by Théâtre Belvédère no later than one hour before your scheduled departure.