More than 40 classics concerts this week in Montreal : February 20-26

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Tuesday – February 21

  • 1:30PM Longueuil Campus of UdeM, Édifice Port-de-Mer, 101, Place Charles-Lemoyne, Longueuil. 14$. Les matinées d’Opéramania au Campus Longueuil- I Puritani de Bellini. 1-855 790-1245.
  • 7:00PM. Maison de la culture Frontenac (Montreal), 2550 Ontario Est, Montreal. 0-2$. Signer and pianist from Guadeloupe perform urban compositions. 514-872-7882.
  • 7:00PM Music Faculty of the University of Montreal – Serge-Garant Hall (B-484), 200, avenue Vincent-d’Indy. Atelier d’improvisation – Classe de Jean-Marc Bouchard.
  • 7:30PM. Bourgie Concert Hall, 1339, Sherbrooke Ouest Street, Montreal. 30$-100$. Camp Tutti concert bénéfice. 514-486-8727. 

Wednesday – February 22

  • 7:30PM – OM – INSPIRATION AND HOPE: Inspire by nature, the Orchestre Metropolitain, lead by JEAN-FRANÇOIS RIVEST, highlight the 150e anniversary of Canada with Sibelius, Tchaïkovski et De Natura sonorous, a creation from Hartery/David/Ware/Sunabacka/É. Champagne. 19 : 30PM at Verdun.
  • 7:30PM. Hector-Charland Theater, 225, boul. de L’Ange-Gardien, L’Assomption. $12-$18. McGill Jazz Orchestra I : Tanna Schulich Concert Hall. 514- 398-4547.
  • 7:30PM. McGill University – Pollack Hall, 555 Sherbrooke West, Montreal. $12-$18. Schulich Sigers : Salle Pollack. 514-398- 4547.

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  • 8:00PM. Montréal Symphony House (Place des Arts), 1600 St-Urbain, Montréal. From $43. Brahms Selon Vasily Petrenko : Concert given by Manuvie. 514 842- 9951.

 

Thursday – February 23

  • 4:30PM. Tanna Schulich Hall, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal. CIRMMT Prestige Conference : Tanna Schulich Concert Hall.
  • 5:00PM. Music Faculty of University of Montreal, Jean-Papineau-Couture Concert Room (B-421), Montréal Québec, 200, avenue Vincent-d’Indy, Montreal. Piano Recital – Paul Stewart Class.
  • 7:00PM. Maison de la culture Frontenac (Montréal), 2550 Ontario Est, Montréal. 0-2$. Foutrement évoque l’infidélité d’hommes et de femmes soumis à la tentation.. 514-872-7882.
  • 7:30PM. McGill University – Pollack Hall, 555 Sherbrooke West, Montreal. $12-$18. McGill Symphony Orchestra : Pollack Concert Hall. 514- 398-4547.

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  • 7:30PM CHAPELLE HISTORIQUE DU BON-PASTEUR : On February 23, the pianist Mathieu Gaudet will perform Schubert’s sonatas.

SMCQ – BERLINER MOMENTE ET SYMPHONIE DU MILLÉNAIRE : PRISE : To celebrate the opening of the MNM Festival, McGill Symphony Orchestra will present two movements from Berliner Momente, the huge cycle of orchestral pieces composed by WALTER BOUDREAU in tribute to German Capital. Alexis Hauser and Walter Boudreau, leading. Pollack Hall, February 23 and 24, 19 : 30PM.

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L’ENFANT ET LES SORTILEGES – L’ATELIER D’OPÉRA AND THE MONTREAL UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA IN CONCERT – On February 23, 24 and 25, l’Atelier d’opéra and the University of Montreal Orchestra will join together for a special concert. As musical program, the music of Ravel will be perform with the opera L’enfant et les sortileges (The Child and the Spells), and the orchestra Shéhérazade and La Valse. As musical direction, the guest chief Alain Trudel, well know for his experience for leading opera, will replace Jean-François Rivet who is actually in sabbatical year. Significant compositions of the modern music repertory, L’enfant et les sortilege stay actual and revealing, showing by his story the evolution of the new relationship of men to the objets and his world across the XXe century. 7 :30PM. Claude-Champagne Concert Hall, 220, avenue Vincent-d’Indy, Montréal. 12$ – 25$. 1 855 790-1245.

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  • 8:00PM. Montréal Symphonic Hall (Place des Arts), 1600 St-Urbain, Montréal. From $43. Brahms Selon Vasily Petrenko : By Manuvie. 514-842-9951.
  • 8:00PM. Théâtre Maisonneuve, Place d’Arts, 175, Ste-Catherine Ouest, Montréal. $49.25 to $62.25. Montréal en Lumière : Alexandre Da Costa. 514 842-2112.

 

Friday – February 24

  • 10:00AM. Music Faculty of the University of Montréal, Jean-Papineau-Couture (Room B-421), Montreal Québec, 200, avenue Vincent-d’Indy, Montreal. Cours de maître en saxophone avec Jean- Michel Goury.

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  • 7:30PM. McGill University – Pollack Hall, 555 Sherbrooke West, Montreal. $12-$18. McGill Symphony Orchestra : Salle Pollack 19h30. 514-398-4547.
  • 7:30PM. Claude-Champagne Concert Hall, 220, avenue Vincent-d’Indy, Montréal. 12$ – 25$. L’Atelier d’opéra et l’Orchestre de l’Université de Montréal présentent : L’Enfant et les sortilèges, de Ravel. 1-855-790-1245.
  • 7:30PM – OM – INSPIRATION AND HOPE: Inspire by nature, the Orchestre Metropolitain, lead by JEAN-FRANÇOIS RIVEST, highlight the 150e anniversary of Canada with Sibelius, Tchaïkovski et De Natura sonorous, a creation from Hartery/David/Ware/Sunabacka/É. Champagne. 19 : 30PM, Maison symphonique –Place des Arts.

I MUSICI –SLAVE MUSIC : The Ensemble, under the direction of Jean-Marie Zeitouni, revive with his origins and those from his founding-chief Yuli Turovsky with a slave music program for string only. Three generations, from romantic to contemporaries, will be present through Tchaïkovski, Vasks and Chostakovitch’s music. With violinist Vadim Gluzman. Bourgie Concert Hall, 8 :00PM. http://imusici.com

  • 9:30PM. Agora Hydro-Québec, 175 ave du Président Kennedy, Montréal. $10-$25. McGill Contemporain Ensemble. 514-398-4547. 

 

Saturday – February 25

  • 7:30PM. Claude-Champagne Concert Hall, 220, avenue Vincent-d’Indy, Montreal. 12$ – 25$. L’Atelier d’opéra et l’Orchestre de l’Université de Montréal présentent : L’Enfant et les sortilèges, de Ravel. 1 855 790-1245.
  • 7:30PM. St. Columba Music Centre, 11 Rodney Avenue, Point Claire. Suggested donation : $15. St.Columba presents : Tribute to the Greatest Jazz Guitarists. 514-364-3027.
  • 8:00PM. Salle Joseph-Rouleau – Jeunesses musicales du Canada, 305, avenue du Mont-Royal Est, Montréal. $15-$25. Bach et Jazz Standards Music. 514- 402-2363.
  • 8:00PM. Montréal Symphony House (Place des Arts), 1600 St-Urbain, Montréal. From $43. Brahms by Vasily Petrenko : From Manuvie. 514 842- 9951.

 

Sunday – February 26

CAPRICE – AUX COULEURS DES VENTS : The Caprice Ensemble will participate to the third edition of the Integral cantatas of the Arte Musica Foundation. BWV 25, 46, 23 et 147. With the soprano Hélène Brunet, mezzo Maude Brunet, tenor Philippe Gagné and baritone Clayton Ketnnedy, under the direction of Matthias Maute. Bourgie Concert Hall. 2 :00PM http://ensemblecaprice.com

  • 2:00PM. Théâtre Hector-Charland, 225, boul. de L’Ange-Gardien, L’Assomption. $24,13-$42. Les trois ténors Antoine Bélanger, Keven Geddes and Gaétan Sauvageau. 450 589-9198 #5.
  • 2:00PM Les Reverdies de Montréal, 741, rue St-Philippe, Montréal. 40$-75$. Ateliers de chant des troubadours avec Rebecca Bain. 514-634-1244.
  • 3:0PM. Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal. 5-25$. O Fortuna : West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra. Stewart Grant, conductor. Phoenix Vocal Ensemble. Frédéric Vogel, director. 450- 424-0897.
  • 3:30PM. Concert Hall of the Montreal Conservatory, 4750, avenue Henri-Julien, Montréal. $35-$65. Marlboro a fait connaître des figures musicales de renom. 514-845-0532.
  • 3:30PM. McGill University – Pollack Hall, 555 Sherbrooke West, Montreal. $20 (students up to 26 yrs.), $45. Ladies’ Morning Musical Club Presents: the Doric String Quartet. 514 932-6796.
  • 3 :30 PM SMCQ – Following the music megaproject brought together 70 000 people in 2000, the concert Symphonie du millénaire : prise II invite the public to revive the unforgetten music experience. With the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Montreal Musicians (OPMEM). Lead by Philippe Ménard. Oratoire Saint-Joseph. smcq.qc.ca/mnm/fr/

LEADER DES QUATUORS BRITANNIQUES AU LMMC. Describes by Gramophone Magazine as one of the « best recent string quatuor », DORIC STRING QUARTET follow his brilliant career. Ladies’ Morning Musical Club. 15 h 30.

ALAIN LEFÈVRE : As part of the 18th edition of
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE Festival, the virtuoso pianist ALAIN LEFÈVRE will perform his sixth and new opus Sas agapo (« I Love You » in Greek »). With all his performance intensity and the brightly of composition who made his reputation, the musicians highlight rhythms and sonority of Greek music. Symphony House of Montreal, 8 :00PM www.montrealenlumiere.ca

  • 8:00PM. Montréal Symphony House (Place des Arts), 1600 St-Urbain, Montréal. $47.25 to $62.25. Montréal en Lumière : Alain Lefèvre. 514 842-2112.
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