• This concert will be approximately 110 minutes in length, including one 20-minute intermission.
  • All prices include service charges and taxes.
  • Artists and programmes are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable.
  • Please note that every added free ticket for a child 12 years and under must be accompanied by one purchased adult ticket.

Presented by


Presented as part of Montreal’s Black History Month
and in collaboration with Brott Opera

In this world premiere chamber opera, Haitian-Quebec composer David Bontemps has created a world of mystical melodies imbued with Afro-Haitian musical idioms that melds with the textual expression of Haitian librettist and playwright Faubert Bolivar

Drawing on West African mythology and Haitian vodou traditions, this opera criticizes corruption, misogyny, and the abuse of power. 

It will be sung by a cast of distinguished Black opera singers and brought to life through dramatic staging and lighting. To read more about the synopsis of the opera, click on the link below. 

In collaboration with:

Repertoire

La Flambeau, a new chamber opera for string orchestra and percussion
David Bontemps, Composer
Faubert Bolivar, Librettist

Soloists

Suzanne Taffot, Soprano
Catherine Daniel, Mezzo-Soprano
Paul Williamson, Tenor
Brandon Coleman, Bass-Baritone
Mariah Inger, Stage Director
Alain Trudel, Conductor

Scroll to Top