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Montréal’s winter and spring 2017 opera, ballet and classical music season

Opera, ballet and classical music lovers have a wealth of choices as international stars will grace Montréal’s finest stages this winter and Spring 2017, including Japanese-American violinist Midori and French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, not to mention the world premiere of Another Brick In The Wall – The Opera, based on Pink Floyd’s iconic album The Wall. There is also a lot of buzz surrounding the McGill Chamber Orchestra’s stellar 77th season: their Poperetta concert at the Corona Theatre on March 5 will showcase singers from the Atelier Lyrique de L’Opéra de Montréal; their Tenorissimo concert at the Maison Symphonique on April 25 will star Quebec’s “Prince of Tenors” Marc Hervieux singing Bel Canto’s best-loved arias for tenor; and the MCO’s blockbuster Carmina Burana concert at the Maison Symphonique on June 6 stars soprano Andriana Chuchman, baritone Theodore Baerg and internationally-acclaimed Canadian tenor John Mac Master. Découvrez les coulisses du monde merveilleux de l’opéra avec @lp_lapresse + http://bit.ly/2hcPs1h #mtlmoments #mtl #opera #operahouse #backstage #coulisses Crédit : Brent Calis A photo posted by Opéra de Montréal (@operademontreal) on Dec 9, 2016 at 7:03am PST The Opéra de Montréal’s 37th season continues with a production of Dialogues des Carmelites by Poulenc (Jan. 28 to Feb…. / Read More →

SPRINGTIME WITH THE MONTREAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Slowly but surely spring is making its way into the air in Montreal, and along with it the inspired music of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra – just as April and May showers and flowers come and go, the Orchestra chooses a musical program of both light and heavy compositions to see us into summer. These last few months of the Orchestra’s season are also buoyed by celebratory anticipation of the upcoming 2013/14 season, marking 80 years as a Montreal arts and cultural staple…