Festival Classica live starting May 29

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Saint-Lambert, May 25, 2021– Festival Classica is delighted to present its 10th edition, which will take place under the theme From Wolfgang to Amadeus and feature more than 20 live indoor concerts from May 29 to June 22. 

The Festival is inviting the public to come and enjoy these concerts at the  Paroisse catholique de Saint-Lambert. For its closing event, Festival Classica  welcomes the Orchestre Métropolitain and its conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, who will perform one of Mozart’s most celebrated masterpieces, the Great Mass  in C minor for soloists, chorus and orchestra (K. 427/417a). To be able to accommodate more festivalgoers while remaining in full compliance with health regulations, the Festival has reserved the Eric Sharp arena in Saint-Lambert for  this concert, which is already sold out! 

Festival Classica is also collaborating with the Orchestre classique de Montréal,  which will close its season with an eclectic concert entitled From Mozart to  McCartney, to be held in Salle Pierre-Mercure at the Centre Pierre-Péladeau.  Festival Classica is also joining forces with the Chambristes du Grand Montréal,  under the direction of Marie-Anne Rozankovic. 

Among the many other artists who will be performing in this anniversary edition  are Karina Gauvin, Arion Baroque Orchestra, Stéphane Tétreault, Ensemble  Caprice, Valérie Milot, Luc Beauséjour, Élisabeth Pion, Pentaèdre, Stick&Bow,  Denis Plante, Elvira Misbakhova, Nadia Labrie, Isaac Chalk, Benoit Loiselle,  Antoine Bareil, Anna-Sophie Neher, Sophie Naubert, Antoine Bélanger, Marc  Djokic, Chloé Dominguez, Olivier Godin, Florence Bourget, Marc Boucher,  Antonio Figueroa, Cynthia Blanchon, Mathieu Lussier, Ensemble vocal Arts Québec, Jean-Philippe Sylvestre, Ilya Poletaev, Dominic Boulianne, Dominic  Painchaud, Caroline Bleau, Matthias Maute and Yukari Cousineau. 

“The entire Festival Classica team is thrilled to finally be able to welcome back its  loyal festivalgoers, whom we have missed so much. We look forward to  reconnecting with them, especially in light of the upcoming reopening, which will  allow them to discover or rediscover downtown Saint-Lambert!” said Marc  Boucher, General and Artistic Director of Festival Classica.

Tickets are on sale for $32 (taxes and service charges included). To consult the  program: www.festivalclassica.com/de-wolfgang-a-amadeus 

Webcast concerts 

The concerts of the 10th edition will also be webcast from June 26 to July 11,  2021 and will be accessible to donors of the Festival’s first ever crowdfunding  campaign. To contribute to the campaign and access the webcasts:  www.festivalclassica.com/musicalement-solidaire 

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