This Week in Montreal (January 23-29)

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BERTRAND AND AMOYEL

For their first concert in Montréal, cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand and pianist Pascal Amoyel put together a program that reflects the life and art of Chagall. This exceptional duet, formed in 1999, will perform works by Glick, Bloch and Greif. Bourgie Hall, January 25, 7:30PM. – https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/concerts

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THE TSO IN MONTRÉAL

After the OSM’s performance at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto in December, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will come to our fair city. This tradition dates back to 1966. Under conductor Peter Oundjan, TSO will perform Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7, a new work by Edward Top commissioned by the TSO to mark the Confederation’s 150th anniversary, and Tchaikovsky’s Concerto No. 1, with guest pianist Stewart Goodyear. Maison symphonique, January 25, 8PM.- www.osm.ca

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AN EVENING OF CONTEMPLATION

Two French composers of different eras and styles are combined in Concert français presented by the Choeur classique de Montréal and Ensemble Sinfonia, under Louis Lavigueur. Gounod’s St. Cecilia Mass is this Romantic composer’s most famous work, apart from his operas. Duruflé’s Requiem is undoubtedly this 20th-century composer’s most often performed work. Soloists will be Julie Daoust, Pascale Spinney, Éric Thériault and Pierre Rancourt. Maison symphonique, January 28, 8PM. www.choeurclassiquedemontreal.qc.ca

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