This Week in Montreal (February 15–21)

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Trio Fibonacci

Trio Fibonacci – Concert Mystique

Trio Fibonacci is violinist Julie-Anne Derome, cellist Gabriel Prynn and pianist Wonny Song. Here, they embark on an enthralling journey through the centuries, imbued with the mysticism that often inspired the composers. Works by Sibelius, Mozart, Hildegard von Bingen, John Taverner and Arvo Pärt. As part of the Montreal High Lights Festival. Bourgie Hall, February 20, 7:30 pm.

Emerging Musicians with Pro Musica

The Dominica Series, presented at Bourgie Hall, will reveal young, emerging musicians with prosperous careers. German pianist Annika Treutler is first up in the series. She won several awards, including third place at the Montréal International Music Competition in June 2014. Works by Schumann, Prokofiev, Scriabin, and Brahms are programmed. February 21, 3:30 pm.

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Masterpieces at Maison Symphonique

After winning the city’s heart in 2013, the Budapest Festival orchestra and conductor Iván Fischer will return with Canadian pianist Marc-André Hamelin, who will perform Liszt’s tempestuous Piano Concerto No 1. February 16, 8:00 pm.

1 Opéra 1 Heure

Attend 1 Opéra 1 Heure’s Projet Pelléas and discover Debussy’s mythical opera directed by Florence Blain in an intimate, hour-long ­version. With Soprano Andréanne Brisson Paquin, baritones Laurent Deleuil and Pierre-Étienne Bergeron, harpist Antoine Malette-Chénier, and pianist Justine Pelletier. Conservatory concert hall, February 15 and 16, 7:30 pm.

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Kiersten van Vliet was the Web Editor and an Editorial Assistant for La Scena Musicale from 2015–17.

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