LYRIC & ECLECTIC : 83rd Season

The Orchestre Classique de Montréal is proud to present its 83rd season and the arrival of two principal guest conductors: Geneviève Leclair and Alain Trudel! For the majority of the season, the OCM will be back in residence at Salle Pierre-Mercure. This “lyric and eclectic” season will focus on the vocal arts and an eclectic mix of repertoire with which the OCM has become synonymous, ranging from Bach to Britten, and major new works by David Bontemps and Maxime Goulet. The OCM will also spotlight Anishinaabe composer Barbara Assiginaak and Cree composer Tomson Highway

Join us for what promises to be a season of fun, inspiration and joy dedicated to our beloved maestro Boris Brott!

Maestro Boris Brott and I planned this season together reflecting the DNA of the OCM: the eclecticism of repertoire and our shared love of the vocal arts. Despite the tragic loss of our dear Boris, the OCM is proud to continue its legacy of excellence with two guest chefs with strong ties to him: Geneviève Leclair and Alain Trudel. They will allow us to maintain the high musical level to which our orchestra and our public are accustomed.” says Taras Kulish, Executive Director of the OCM.

Join us for this Benefit concert at the Maison Symphonique featuring two grand works: CARMINA BURANA and the world premiere of Maxime Goulet’s first symphony,
the ICE STORM SYMPHONY commemorating the 25th anniversary of the 1998 North American Ice Storm. 

Aline Kutan, Soprano
Antoine Bélanger, Tenor
Hugo Laporte, Baritone
Choeur de Laval & Les Petits chanteurs du Mont-Royal
Alain Trudel, conductor

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Official Hotel of the OCM

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