En avant l’art vivant!

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Come and hear students from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal* in a master class with renowned cellist Stéphane Tétreault. This is a unique opportunity for students to interact with an established artist while perfecting their knowledge of the repertoire and the instrument.

For the public, it is a chance to discover and encourage the young Canadian artists of tomorrow in an intimate setting.

* Participants study with Denis Brott, Elisabeth Dolin and Carole Sirois. They will be accompanied by Claire Ouellet on the piano.

(Emerging artists activity)
In front of an audience
Free – Limited seating
(in French only)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

7:00 pm to 8:15 pm – Happy Hour Concerts Serie

Meagan Milatz, piano
Isabella D’Éloize Perron, violin

The sounds of Eastern Europe are introduced by the brooding voice of the violin which opens Rachmaninoff’s “Deux morceaux de salon”, followed by the yearning, fantasy-like “Aria” of Latvian-Canadian composer Imant Raminsh. “Coming To” by Greek-Canadian composer Christos Hatzis awakens us out of the slumber, into a tapestry of childhood memories woven by George Enescu in “Impressions d’enfance”: a Romanian fiddler in the street, an old beggar, a lullaby, the lonely sounds of a cricket, a storm raging through the windowpane in the middle of the night, and finally an apocalyptic sunrise where the light emerges, blinding and victorious.

In partnership with réZin, an aperitif is offered at 6 pm!

34 years old and under $20
Regular $26
(in French only)

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21

9:30 am to 10:15 am and 10:45 am to 11:30 am (SOLD OUT)

Barbada, animation
Xavier Rousseau, piano

For this very special story time, Barbada will be accompanied by pianist Xavier Rousseau. Children are invited to a fun and friendly activity that aims to open them up to inclusion and to develop a love of reading and music. They will also have the joy of briefly discovering the colourful world of the Drags Queen! Don’t hesitate to put on your best clothes!

Ages 3-6
Limited seating open to the public (School activity)
Free (reservation required)
(in French only) 

 

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm (SOLD OUT)

The body is a drum

In this introduction to rhythm, young people discover and observe different musical cultures that use the body as a percussion instrument. In groups, they are invited to take on rhythmic challenges and create a body percussion orchestra.

Ages 7-12
Limited seating open to the public (School activity)
Free (reservation required)
(in French only) 

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

10:00 am to 10:45 am and 11:30 am to 12:15 pm (SOLD OUT)

Enter the dance!

Barbada, animation
Claude Hurtubise, accordion and vocals
Laïla Breger, dance and vocals
Andrea Nino Sarmiento, dancing and vocals
Anit Ghosh, guitar, violin and vocals
Aurélien Tomasi, clarinet, flute and vocals

Barbada and five artists with a passion for music take the children on a festive and dancing adventure. From South America to Europe and India, children and adults discover different musical traditions and become aware that cultural diversity is a rich treasure!

Ages 6-10
Free (reservation required)
(in French only)

7:00 pm to 8:15 pm (SOLD OUT)

Barbada, animation
Stéphane Tétreault, cello

This explosive evening is presented by cellist Stéphane Tétreault and Drag Queen Barbada. Join us for a unique concert featuring music, humour, tenderness and lightness! Come and listen to works for cello, as Barbada, Stéphane and their surprise guests debunk the myths of classical music and draw us into a universe where styles merge and intermingle…

An aperitif is offered at 6 pm!

Free (reservation required)
(in French only)

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 

10:00 am to 10:45 am and 11:30 am to 12:15 pm – Cushion Concerts Series

Cécile Muhire, soprano – Gretel
Charlotte Gagnon, mezzo-soprano – Hansel
Guillaume Rodrigue, actor and singer – Narrator
Xavier Rousseau, piano

This delectable introduction to opera and lyrical singing is a treat for the eyes and ears!

Once upon a time – so ti do mi fa! – there were two cheerful singers who wanted to tell the tale of Hansel and Gretel in music. Their mischievous pal tried to lend them a helping hand, but he was so greedy and easily distracted that his foot would always end up in his mouth… or was that candy…? The two singers tried to think of a way to keep his attention on the task at hand… Aha! What if they gave him an important role to play in the story? Relive the tale savoured by candy lovers everywhere with this fanciful, playful concert. What better way to discover one of the most satisfying art forms in the world: opera!

30 minutes before each performance, snacks will be offered to the children!

Ages 3-8
15 $
(in French only)

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