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Alexandre is currently one of the top and most sought after violinist's and soloist's in the world.

He's appeared as guest soloist and conductor in more than 2000 concerts across four continents and over 30 countries in the world's most prestigious venues with the must renowed orchestras and conductors.
And now also the Artistic Director and Conductor of
Symphonic Orchestra of Longueuil (Canada)

“When I play, my instrument becomes
the extension of my soul"
Canadian violin virtuoso Alexandre Da Costa is on a mission – to bring classical music to the public.  Winner of many national and international first prizes, Da Costa has played and recorded as guest soloist with over 100 different orchestras including the Vienna, Berlin, London, Dresden, Hamburg, Prague, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Montreal and Toronto Symphony orchestras.
Da Costa has given world premieres of works by Elliott Carter, Michael Daugherty, Lorenzo Palomo, Paul Sarcich, Jean Lesage and Airat Ichmouratov.  In 2012, he won the JUNO award for “Classical Album of the Year” for his recording of the concertos by American composer Michael Daugherty, with Montreal Symphony Orchestra under Pedro Halffter.

Stradivarius in Vienna

Alexandre Da Costa invites you to Vienna and offers you a captivating program that features the great Viennese Waltzes like the Blue Danube and the Emperor's Waltz, as well as the Tritsch Tratsch Polka and the Radetzky March. Stradivarius in Vienna will transport you back to the time of the great Viennese balls and palaces, and will charm you with its magic melodies. Alexandre Da Costa and his orchestra (4 to 10 musicians) are accompanied by projections and lights that recreate the Viennese atmosphere of the time. A perfect show to celebrate with panache and elegance! 

Grand premiere :  April, 27th 2019 at 8:00PM
St-Sauveur Church, 205 Principale, St-Sauveur, Qc
Tickets:  450-227-2423 ou

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