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IOth ANNIVERSARY<br />

SEASON<br />

BOURGIE HALL<br />

2O2I-2O22


<strong>2021</strong>-<strong>2022</strong> SEASON<br />

A DAZZLING<br />

IOth ANNIVERSARY<br />

SEASON FILLED<br />

WITH THE PURE JOY<br />

OF CONCERT MUSIC<br />

FOR THE WIDEST<br />

AUDIENCE, IN THE<br />

SPLENDOUR<br />

OF BOURGIE HALL!<br />

THE SERIES p. 4<br />

CONCERTS p. 22<br />

NOTEBOOK PAGES p. 61<br />

CONCERTS BY GUEST PRESENTERS p. 62<br />

RATES p. 66<br />

SEATING PLAN p. 68


<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall: A Place for Everyone!<br />

What great strides we have made since <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall opened in September<br />

2011! Thanks to the unwavering support of our clearly pleased public, our hall<br />

has become one of Quebec’s leading music venues. Our inaugural season<br />

featured 53 concerts, but our 10th anniversary season has grown to nearly<br />

100, not counting our guest presenters and despite widespread uncertainty<br />

caused by the pandemic, which is ongoing as I write these words.<br />

As it has been the case since the very beginning, our <strong>2021</strong>–<strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bourgie</strong><br />

Hall season is designed with music lovers and newcomers in mind, and with<br />

something for everyone—chamber music, piano and voice, jazz and world<br />

music, early music, Romantic music and contemporary music—whatever<br />

their age!<br />

To help you discover the manifold riches of our artistic programming, we<br />

have chosen ten Signature Concerts spread throughout the season that are<br />

particularly reflective of its diversity and quality. The first 50 purchasers will<br />

be offered a subscription to these ten concerts for only $350!<br />

As you may observe, we continue to adhere to our affordable pricing policy,<br />

enabling you to attend as many concerts as possible. Between the reduced<br />

rates—for Museum Members as well as for those 34 and under—and<br />

discounts associated with simultaneous purchases, we are sure to<br />

provide something for everyone.<br />

After long months of hardship, I am more convinced than ever that there is<br />

nothing like the experience of live concert music and the essential connection<br />

it nurtures between an audience and the musicians performing. And when<br />

we add the other major assets of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall—its friendly and intimate<br />

atmosphere, exceptional acoustics and listening conditions, architectural<br />

beauty and unparalleled comfort—that experience is even further enhanced.<br />

Music and Visual Arts: 10 Years of Unforgettable Moments<br />

Ask any painter or sculptor you know, professional or amateur, or read the<br />

biographies of artists of the past, and you will observe that music has always<br />

played a central role in the creation of their art. Every one of them listens<br />

to music, and many have even made music the subject of their works.<br />

Van Honthorst painted smiling musicians, Watteau painted rural concerts,<br />

Degas painted orchestral scenes, and Kandinsky transposed Improvisations,<br />

Compositions, and Impressions into the abstract mode… Nearer to us, some<br />

of the greatest artists of our time, such as Ragnar Kjartansson, Christian<br />

Marclay, or Tino Sehgal, play with music as malleable matter.<br />

Thus, a public concert venue integrated in a museum—as is the case<br />

for <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts—consecrates this<br />

historical link between music and the visual arts, and there is nothing more<br />

natural. Yet it is a rare occurrence, and we in Montreal are privileged to have<br />

such a venue in our midst. Furthermore, the form that this linkage has taken<br />

is just as remarkable: in addition to its programming of chamber music<br />

repertoires so popular with Montrealers, Arte Musica has joined the Museum’s<br />

multidisciplinary effort by extending to <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall the themes of our various<br />

exhibitions, programming concerts and recitals in the Museum’s galleries,<br />

and thereby enriching the lives of both music lovers and art enthusiasts.<br />

It is a great honour for me to welcome you, on behalf of the Museum, to this<br />

tenth anniversary season of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall, which opened in the fall of 2011 and<br />

is today renowned the world over. I know you will join me in thanking the Arte<br />

Musica team for ten years filled with unforgettable moments, and I wish you<br />

another great new season!<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall is your home. From day one, we have been thrilled to welcome<br />

you here to enjoy unique moments of musical pleasure. As we celebrate our<br />

10th anniversary, we look forward to sharing our love of the arts and music<br />

with you, for many years to come.<br />

Isolde Lagacé<br />

General and Artistic Director<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall<br />

Stéphane Aquin<br />

General Director<br />

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts<br />

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall would like to acknowledge the generous<br />

support received from a donor in honour of the Bloch-Bauer Family<br />

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IO<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERTS<br />

For its 10th anniversary season, <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall offers its own special<br />

selection of concerts providing an overview of the season’s highlights and<br />

a sample of its diverse programming. A great way to guide you through<br />

the nearly one hundred concerts on offer and to liven up your concert<br />

season with exciting discoveries in a whole range of musical forms!<br />

SUBSCRIPTION 10 CONCERTS FOR $350!<br />

Hurry, this subscription is only valid for the 50 first buyers!<br />

Offer valid until October 26, <strong>2021</strong>.<br />

See p. 67<br />

Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello<br />

Stéphane Tétreault, cello<br />

Myriam Leblanc, soprano<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano<br />

Monday, October 25<br />

Tuesday, October 26<br />

A Charlie Brown Christmas Wednesday, December 15<br />

Thursday, December 16<br />

Les Violons du Roy and Bernard Labadie:<br />

The Return of Alexandre Tharaud<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

p. 26<br />

Wednesday, November 17 7.30 p.m. p. 31<br />

6 p.m.<br />

6 p.m.<br />

p. 34<br />

Friday, January 21 7.30 p.m. p. 39<br />

Lúnasa: The Wild Coast of Ireland Thursday, February 17 8 p.m. p. 42<br />

Alia Mens:<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach<br />

The Philip Glass Ensemble<br />

Explorations in Theater and Film<br />

Nicholas Angelich, piano<br />

Musicians of the Orchestre Métropolitain<br />

Ensemble Correspondances<br />

Pleasures of the Louvre<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

Elgar and Coleridge-Taylor:<br />

The English Romantics<br />

Sunday, February 27 2.30 p.m. p. 44<br />

Thursday, March 17 7.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Friday, April 22 7.30 p.m. p. 55<br />

Wednesday, May 4 7.30 p.m. p. 57<br />

Friday, May 27 6.30 p.m. p. 60<br />

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RECITALS<br />

World-renowned musicians and promising soloists take the stage at<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall. Experience all the emotion of these concerts in close<br />

proximity with the artists.<br />

See also: Keyboard instruments<br />

VOCAL MUSIC<br />

What better setting than <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall and its incomparable acoustics to<br />

experience the raw emotion of the human voice?<br />

See also: Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach<br />

Victor Julien-Laferrière, cello<br />

Jonas Vitaud, piano<br />

Mélisande Corriveau, pardessus de viole<br />

Eric Milnes, harpsichord<br />

Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello<br />

Stéphane Tétreault, cello<br />

Myriam Leblanc, soprano<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano<br />

Marie-Nicole Lemieux, contralto<br />

Daniel Blumenthal, piano<br />

Stéphanie-Marie Degand, violin<br />

Daniel Isoir, piano<br />

Monday, October 4 7.30 p.m. p. 24<br />

Sunday, October 17 2.30 p.m. p. 26<br />

Monday, October 25<br />

Tuesday, October 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

p. 26<br />

Wednesday, November 17 7.30 p.m. p. 31<br />

Wednesday, December 1 7.30 p.m. p. 33<br />

Sunday, February 13 2.30 p.m. p. 41<br />

ZoOpera Sunday, October 3 2.30 p.m. p. 24<br />

Myriam Leblanc, soprano Wednesday, November 17 7.30 p.m. p. 31<br />

Marie-Eve Munger, soprano Friday, November 26 7.30 p.m. p. 32<br />

Marie-Nicole Lemieux, contralto Wednesday, December 1 7.30 p.m. p. 33<br />

Meredith Hall, soprano and La Nef Tuesday, December 14 7.30 p.m. p. 34<br />

The King’s Singers Tuesday, February 15 7.30 p.m. p. 42<br />

Alia Mens Friday, February 25 7.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

Christoph Prégardien, tenor Thursday, March 10 7.30 p.m. p. 46<br />

Suzie LeBlanc, soprano Sunday, March 13 2.30 p.m. p. 47<br />

Camille Thomas, cello Thursday, March 31 7.30 p.m. p. 51<br />

Andrew Wan, violin<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano<br />

Tuesday, April 5 7.30 p.m. p. 53<br />

Pablo Márquez, guitar Thursday, May 12 7.30 p.m. p. 58<br />

Valérie Milot, harp<br />

Stéphane Tétreault, cello<br />

Wednesday, May 25<br />

Thursday, May 26<br />

9 p.m.<br />

9 p.m.<br />

p. 60<br />

Miles Mykkanen, tenor Wednesday, March 30 7.30 p.m. p. 50<br />

Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal Friday, April 1 7.30 p.m. p. 52<br />

Ensemble Scholastica Good Friday, April 15 3 p.m. p. 54<br />

Ensemble Correspondances Wednesday, May 4 7.30 p.m. p. 57<br />

Les Rugissants Wednesday, May 11 7.30 p.m. p. 58<br />

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KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS<br />

Numerous high-level concerts featuring internationally renowned<br />

performers at the piano, harpsichord, or organ will be presented<br />

this season.<br />

In addition, a fortepiano made in 2020 by the American builder<br />

Rodney Regier will be added to <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s magnificent keyboard<br />

instrument collection. Many concerts will showcase the distinctive<br />

sounds of this instrument, modelled on the Viennese fortepianos<br />

from the first half of the 19th century.<br />

PIANO<br />

Claudia Chan Saturday, September 11<br />

Sunday, September 12<br />

Louis Lortie Tuesday, January 18<br />

Thursday, January 20<br />

Saturday, January 22<br />

Tuesday, January 25<br />

Thursday, January 27<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

8 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

p. 22<br />

p. 36<br />

HARPSICHORD AND ORGAN<br />

Geneviève Soly, organ Sunday, October 31 2.30 p.m. p. 28<br />

Luc Beauséjour, harpsichord and organ Friday, November 5 5.30 p.m. p. 29<br />

Bruno Procopio, harpsichord Tuesday, March 9 7.30 p.m. p. 46<br />

Pierre Hantaï, harpsichord Friday, May 13 7.30 p.m. p. 59<br />

FORTEPIANO<br />

Andreas Staier Sunday, October 24 2.30 p.m. p. 26<br />

Pallade Musica Friday, November 26 7.30 p.m. p. 32<br />

Ronald Brautigam Tuesday, April 12 7.30 p.m. p. 54<br />

Beethoven’s Symphonies at the Piano Wednesday, January 19<br />

Sunday, January 23<br />

Wednesday, January 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Alexandre Tharaud Friday, January 21 7.30 p.m. p. 39<br />

David Greilsammer Thursday, February 3 7.30 p.m. p. 40<br />

Daniel Isoir Sunday, February 13 2.30 p.m. p. 41<br />

Janina Fialkowska Saturday, February 19 7.30 p.m. p. 42<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin Wednesday, March 2 7.30 p.m. p. 45<br />

Jeanne Amièle Tuesday, March 8 7.30 p.m. p. 45<br />

Gabriela Montero Saturday, March 12 8 p.m. p. 47<br />

Imogen Cooper Sunday, April 3 2.30 p.m. p. 52<br />

Llŷr Williams Tuesday, April 26 7.30 p.m. p. 55<br />

p. 38<br />

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MEDIEVAL, RENAISSANCE,<br />

AND BAROQUE MUSIC<br />

Concerts that celebrate the variety and richness of early music,<br />

performed primarily on period instruments.<br />

COMPLETE CANTATAS<br />

OF J.S. BACH • YEAR 7<br />

After a one-year hiatus, <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach<br />

series returns for its 7th year. This musical marathon explores at its<br />

own stately pace the iconic Kantor of Leipzig’s vast output with<br />

leading ensembles from Quebec and France.<br />

SUBSCRIPTIONS STARTING AT $40 PER TICKET<br />

See p. 67<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th anniversary concert<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Barocco Barock<br />

Mélisande Corriveau and Eric Milnes<br />

Bach on the pardessus de viole<br />

Sunday, September 19 2.30 p.m. p. 22<br />

Friday, October 8 7.30 p.m. p. 25<br />

Sunday, October 17 2.30 p.m. p. 26<br />

Luc Beauséjour, harpsichord and organ<br />

Concert-lecture<br />

Friday, November 5<br />

5.30 p.m.<br />

p. 29<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

J.S. Bach’s The Art of Fugue<br />

Thursday, November 25 7.30 p.m. p. 32<br />

La Nef: Ancient Christmas Carols Tuesday, December 14 7.30 p.m. p. 34<br />

Jean Rondeau and the Nevermind Quartet<br />

Bach : Father and Son<br />

Alia Mens<br />

Noireclair<br />

Bruno Procopio, harpsichord<br />

From the Grand siècle to the Enlightenment<br />

Suzie LeBlanc, soprano<br />

From the Court of Louis XIV to Shippagan !<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Jeremy Denk, Bach and Ancient Worlds<br />

Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal<br />

The Miserere From Four Angles<br />

Bruno Deschênes<br />

At the Crossroads of Europe and Japan<br />

Les Idées heureuses<br />

Passiontide Concert<br />

Ensemble Correspondances<br />

Pleasures of the Louvre<br />

Wednesday, February 9 7.30 p.m. p. 41<br />

Friday, February 25 7.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

Wednesday, March 9 7.30 p.m. p. 46<br />

Sunday, March 13 2.30 p.m. p. 47<br />

Friday, March 18 7.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Friday, April 1 7.30 p.m. p. 52<br />

Wednesday, April 6 7.30 p.m. p. 53<br />

Good Friday, April 15 3 p.m. p. 54<br />

Wednesday, May 4 7.30 p.m. p. 57<br />

Les Idées heureuses Sunday, October 31 2.30 p.m. p. 28<br />

Arion Baroque Orchestra Saturday, December 18<br />

Sunday, December 19<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Ensemble Caprice Sunday, January 30 2.30 p.m. p. 39<br />

Alia Mens Sunday, February 27 2.30 p.m. p. 44<br />

Les Violons du Roy Sunday, March 27 2.30 p.m. p. 50<br />

L’Harmonie des saisons Sunday, April 24 2.30 p.m. p. 55<br />

p. 35<br />

Pierre Hantaï plays Bach and Handel Friday, May 13 7.30 p.m. p. 59<br />

Pallade Musica Sunday, May 15 2.30 p.m. p. 59<br />

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CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall is made to measure for unforgettable chamber music<br />

experiences. Its size, acoustics, comfort, and closeness with the<br />

musicians guarantee it. All that remains is to choose your concert date !<br />

See also: Musicians of the OSM<br />

Le Trio de l'Île<br />

Denis Plante, bandoneón<br />

Wednesday, October 13 7.30 p.m. p. 25<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall pursues its rewarding partnership with the Orchestre<br />

symphonique de Montréal, whose musicians perform five chamber<br />

music concerts this season. In the intimate atmosphere of <strong>Bourgie</strong><br />

Hall, experience the OSM in a different way.<br />

In addition, the OSM will participate in <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th anniversary<br />

concert, featuring a roster of 13 wind and 18 string players.<br />

See p. 22<br />

Dover String Quartet Tuesday, November 16 7.30 p.m. p. 31<br />

Marie-Eve Munger, soprano<br />

Pallade Musica<br />

Friday, November 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

p. 32<br />

Nevermind Quartet Wednesday, February 9 7.30 p.m. p. 41<br />

Cuarteto Casals Wednesday, February 23 7.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

Musicians from Marlboro Wednesday, March 30 7.30 p.m. p. 50<br />

Nicholas Angelich, piano<br />

Musicians of the Orchestre Métropolitain<br />

Friday, April 22 7.30 p.m. p. 55<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th Anniversary Concert Sunday, September 19 2.30 p.m. p. 22<br />

A Multitude of Quartet Colours Friday, October 29 6.30 p.m. p. 27<br />

Treasures of French Romanticism Friday, January 28 6.30 p.m. p. 39<br />

Ars Gallica: Vierne and Franck Friday, March 25 6.30 p.m. p. 49<br />

The Quartet for the End of Time:<br />

Praise and the Abyss<br />

Wednesday, April 27 6.30 p.m. p. 56<br />

Elgar and Coleridge-Taylor:<br />

The English Romantics<br />

Friday, May 27 6.30 p.m. p. 60<br />

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LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

LARGE ENSEMBLES<br />

Les Violons du Roy have been loyal guests of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall since its<br />

opening in 2011. With equal ease, they explore the diverse genres of<br />

the vast repertoire for chamber orchestra. This year, they will also<br />

take part in <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th anniversary concert.<br />

See p. 22<br />

SUBSCRIPTIONS STARTING AT $44 PER TICKET<br />

See p. 67<br />

*Subscription does not include the concert on September 19, <strong>2021</strong>.<br />

See also: Les Violons du Roy and the Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th Anniversary Concert<br />

Kremerata Baltica<br />

From Bach to Piazzolla<br />

Sunday, September 19 2.30 p.m. p. 22<br />

Wednesday, November 3 7.30 p.m. p. 29<br />

Alia Mens : Noireclair Friday, February 25 7.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

Pentaèdre and Friends<br />

Franck’s Symphony<br />

Wednesday, March 23 7.30 p.m. p. 49<br />

Ensemble Correspondances<br />

Pleasures of the Louvre<br />

Wednesday, May 4 7.30 p.m. p. 57<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th Anniversary Concert Sunday, September 19 2.30 p.m. p. 22<br />

Barocco Barock Friday, October 8 7.30 p.m. p. 25<br />

Philip Glass and the American Seasons Friday, November 12 7.30 p.m. p. 30<br />

The Art of Fugue Thursday, November 25 7.30 p.m. p. 32<br />

The Return of Alexandre Tharaud Friday, January 21 7.30 p.m. p. 39<br />

Jeremy Denk, Bach and Ancient Worlds Friday, March 18 7.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach - Year 7 Sunday, March 27 2.30 p.m. p. 50<br />

Nicolas Altstaedt<br />

A Cello Beyond Borders<br />

Saturday, May 7 7.30 p.m. p. 58<br />

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ARTS CROSSROADS<br />

Music in conversation with other artistic disciplines including literature,<br />

dance, theatre, or cinema, each one enriching the other to yield a<br />

multidimensional experience.<br />

See also: Family Sundays<br />

3rd FESTIVAL PALAZZETTO<br />

BRU ZANE MONTRÉAL<br />

THE WORLD OF CÉSAR FRANCK<br />

The highly productive collaboration between <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall and the Centre<br />

de musique romantique française in Venice continues in this 3rd edition of<br />

its Montreal festival, with a programme devoted to César Franck, marking<br />

the 200th anniversary of the composer’s birth.<br />

Stéphanie-Marie Degand, violin<br />

Daniel Isoir, piano<br />

Franck and Lalo<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin<br />

Franck, Chausson and Ravel<br />

Pentaèdre and Friends<br />

Franck’s Symphony<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

Ars Gallica: Vierne and Franck<br />

Sunday, February 13 2.30 p.m. p. 41<br />

Wednesday, March 2 7.30 p.m. p. 45<br />

Wednesday, March 23 7.30 p.m. p. 49<br />

Friday, March 25 6.30 p.m. p. 49<br />

DANCE<br />

The Feldman/Renaud Project Saturday, September 11<br />

Sunday, September 12<br />

LITERATURE<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

p. 22<br />

Alia Mens: Noireclair Friday, February 25 7.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

The Diaries of Women Tuesday, March 8 7.30 p.m. p. 45<br />

HOLIDAY CONCERTS<br />

Family Concert<br />

The Carnival of the Animals<br />

FILM<br />

Music & Film<br />

Toot Suite: When Jazz Was King<br />

Sunday, March 20 2.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Thursday, November 18 7.30 p.m. p. 31<br />

The Christmas Wolf Sunday, December 5 2.30 p.m. p. 33<br />

MG3 - Montréal Guitare Trio:<br />

A Very Merry Christmas<br />

Friday, December 10 7.30 p.m. p. 34<br />

La Nef: Ancient Christmas Carols Tuesday, December 14 7.30 p.m. p. 34<br />

Music & Film<br />

Jean-François Alcoléa: Right in the Eye<br />

Sunday, February 20 2.30 p.m. p. 43<br />

A Charlie Brown Christmas Wednesday, December 15<br />

Thursday, December 16<br />

6 p.m.<br />

6 p.m.<br />

p. 34<br />

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CONTEMPORARY MUSIC<br />

Contemporary music, new music, music of today: there are many<br />

labels to qualify the creations of the past decades. An opportunity to<br />

immerse yourself in worlds of innovation that resonate with the<br />

challenges of our times.<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

The intimate space and exceptional acoustics of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall offer<br />

perfect conditions for the harmonic subtleties and melodic richness of<br />

jazz. This series features a variety of tribute concerts, new works, and<br />

standards performed by established and emerging artists.<br />

Trio En Trois Couleurs<br />

The Deep Tone of the Fjord<br />

The Philip Glass Ensemble<br />

Explorations in Theater and Film<br />

Inhuman Humanity:<br />

Mysterium Ecologica<br />

Architek Percussion<br />

Connective Tissue<br />

Thursday, September 30 8 p.m. p. 23<br />

Thursday, March 17 7.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Tuesday, March 29 7.30 p.m. p. 50<br />

Thursday, April 21 7.30 p.m. p. 54<br />

Rafael Zaldivar’s Afro-Cuban Revival Thursday, October 7 6 p.m. p. 25<br />

FAMILY SUNDAYS<br />

Laura Anglade and Sam Kirmayer<br />

Venez donc chez moi!<br />

Taurey Butler Trio<br />

A Charlie Brown Christmas<br />

Thursday, November 11 6 p.m. p. 30<br />

Wednesday, December 15<br />

Thursday, December 16<br />

6 p.m.<br />

6 p.m.<br />

p. 34<br />

Inventive, poetic, and playful concerts for all ages.<br />

Ages 5 to 15: $12 - 16 and up: $24<br />

The Doxas Brothers<br />

The Circle<br />

Thursday, February 10 6 p.m. p. 41<br />

The Eric St-Laurent Ensemble Friday, March 11 6 p.m. p. 46<br />

ZoOpera Sunday, October 3 2.30 p.m. p. 24<br />

Jacques Kuba Séguin<br />

Migrations<br />

Thursday, April 7<br />

6 p.m.<br />

p. 53<br />

The Christmas Wolf Sunday, December 5 2.30 p.m. p. 33<br />

The Carnival of the Animals Sunday, March 20 2.30 p.m. p. 48<br />

Evening Jazz<br />

Stéphane Wrembel<br />

Django, the Impressionist<br />

Thursday, May 5 8 p.m. p. 57<br />

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MUSICAL ODYSSEYS<br />

A series that invites music lovers to explore various traditions from<br />

around the world and gives free expression to numerous inventive<br />

aesthetic crossovers.<br />

LET’S TALK MUSIC!<br />

A series that explores music’s great questions through lectures and<br />

concert-lectures, presented by either musicologists or musicians who<br />

illustrate their remarks through musical performances. A way to<br />

appreciate music through a new lens!<br />

Gino Sitson: Echo Chamber Thursday, October 28 8 p.m. p. 27<br />

LECTURE<br />

Liu Fang, pipa and guzheng:<br />

Musings on Ancient Songs<br />

POSTPONED<br />

UNTIL <strong>2022</strong><br />

Sunday, November 7 2.30 p.m. p. 30<br />

Naghash Ensemble: Songs of Exile Wednesday, February 2 7.30 p.m. p. 40<br />

Lúnasa: The Wild Coast of Ireland Thursday, February 17 8 p.m. p. 42<br />

Nazih Borish: Roots of Strings Wednesday, March 16 7.30 p.m. p. 47<br />

Bruno Deschênes<br />

At the Crossroads of Europe and Japan<br />

Wednesday, April 6 7.30 p.m. p. 53<br />

Kinan Azmeh CityBand Thursday, April 28 8 p.m. p. 56<br />

Gino Sitson<br />

La voix, instrument aux multiples facettes<br />

CONCERT-LECTURES<br />

Luc Beauséjour<br />

The Historical Keyboard Instruments<br />

of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall<br />

Nicolas Boulerice and Le Vent du Nord<br />

Les chemins de travers de la musique<br />

traditionnelle québécoise<br />

Wednesday, October 27 5.30 p.m. p. 27<br />

Friday, November 5 5.30 p.m. p. 29<br />

Thursday, March 24 5.30 p.m. p. 49<br />

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SEPTEMBER<br />

2O2I<br />

TRIO EN TROIS COULEURS<br />

The Deep Tone of the Fjord<br />

CONTEMPORARY MUSIC / MULTIMEDIA<br />

Thursday, September 30 8 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

François Bourassa, piano<br />

Yves Léveillé, piano<br />

Marie-Josée Simard,<br />

mallet percussion<br />

Jacques Collin, multimedia artist<br />

Inspired by jazz, folk, and contemporary music, this trio of<br />

Montreal musicians presents multi-faceted sounds and evocative<br />

images in a concert that will transport you through the most<br />

majestic Canadian landscapes.<br />

With projections on a large screen<br />

In connection with the exhibition Ecologies: A Song for Our Planet<br />

THE FELDMAN/RENAUD PROJECT<br />

A choreography by Jeanne Renaud<br />

DANCE<br />

Saturday, September 11<br />

Sunday, September 12<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

Jeanne Renaud<br />

Claudia Chan, piano<br />

Louise Bédard and Marc Boivin,<br />

dance<br />

Jeanne Renaud, choreography<br />

A hypnotizing piano piece by Morton Feldman, based upon an exploration<br />

of time and notions of its flexibility, inspires this choreography for two<br />

dancers. A ritual of sound in movement that invites contemplation,<br />

created by Jeanne Renaud, a pioneer of modern dance in Quebec.<br />

Part of the Festival Quartiers Danses<br />

BOURGIE HALL’S 10th<br />

ANNIVERSARY CONCERT<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

OPENING<br />

CONCERT<br />

Sunday, September 19<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Special $100 Rate<br />

Rafael Payare, conductor<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

Jonathan Cohen, conductor<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

Les Violons du Roy<br />

J.S. BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV 1049<br />

HANDEL Water Music, Suite No. 3 in G major, HWV 350<br />

Musicians of the OSM<br />

R. STRAUSS Serenade for Winds in E-flat major, Op. 7<br />

DVOŘÁK Serenade for Strings in E major, Op. 22<br />

Distinguished guests for this grand concert that does justice to <strong>Bourgie</strong><br />

Hall’s 10th anniversary and celebrates a venue that has become a major<br />

focal point for music in Quebec over the years.<br />

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SEPTEMBER 2O2I<br />

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OCTOBER<br />

2O2I<br />

RAFAEL ZALDIVAR’S<br />

AFRO-CUBAN REVIVAL<br />

JAZZ 5 à 7<br />

Thursday, October 7<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

Rafael Zaldivar, piano<br />

Amado Dedeu Garcias, voice and<br />

percussion<br />

Sarah Rossy, voice<br />

Levi Dover, bass<br />

Louis-Vincent Hamel, drums<br />

This Quebec pianist of Cuban origin presents a project where spirituality,<br />

traditional Afro-Cuban music, and modern jazz come together. Cuban<br />

jazz through a new lens!<br />

In partnership with the Montreal OFF Jazz Festival<br />

ZOOPERA<br />

Fables from the Enchanted Forest<br />

LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Barocco Barock<br />

FAMILY SUNDAYS<br />

Ages 5 and up<br />

Friday, October 8<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Sunday, October 3<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Frédérique Drolet, soprano<br />

Pierre Rancourt, baritone<br />

Michel-Alexandre Brœkaert, piano<br />

Mathieu Dionne, actor<br />

Family Sundays Rate<br />

Works by AUDRAN, GODARD, JOUBERT, MESSAGER, OFFENBACH,<br />

QUINTELIER, and ROSSINI<br />

Two curious, playful leprechauns make the acquaintance of some<br />

astonishing characters: a fearless fly, a gluttonous orangutan, two chatty<br />

cats... and under that tall tree over there, what is this mysterious book<br />

telling various tales of animals, and belonging to a certain<br />

Monsieur de La Fontaine?<br />

Matthew Halls<br />

Matthew Halls, harpsichord and<br />

conductor<br />

Mélisande McNabney,<br />

harpsichord<br />

GEMINIANI Concerto grosso after Corelli No. 10 in F major<br />

VIVALDI Concerto for Two Oboes in D minor, RV 535<br />

HANDEL Concerto grosso in B-flat major, Op. 3, No. 2<br />

J.S. BACH Concerto for Two Harpsichords in C major, BWV 1061<br />

Georg MUFFAT Sonata for Strings No. 5 in G major, from Armonico Tributo<br />

Presented in French<br />

VICTOR JULIEN-LAFERRIÈRE, cello<br />

JONAS VITAUD, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

TRIO DE L’ÎLE<br />

DENIS PLANTE, bandoneón<br />

Astor Piazzolla’s 100th birthday<br />

Monday, October 4 7.30 p.m.<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

Rate 3<br />

Wednesday, October 13<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

SCHUMANN Violin Sonata No. 1 in A minor, Op. 105 (trans. for cello)<br />

FAURÉ Cello Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Op. 109<br />

SAINT-SAËNS Cello Sonata No. 2 in F major, Op. 123<br />

Winner of the 2017 Queen Elisabeth Competition, cellist<br />

Victor Julien-Laferrière is one of the new rising stars of his<br />

instrument. French pianist Jonas Vitaud, another laureate of<br />

great international competitions, is his close collaborator.<br />

Denis Plante, bandoneón<br />

Francis Palma, double bass<br />

Trio de l’Île :<br />

Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy,<br />

cello<br />

Uliana Drugova, violin<br />

Patil Harboyan, piano<br />

Rate 3<br />

Works by COBIÁN, GARDEL, and PIAZZOLLA<br />

A unique concert to mark the centenary of the great Astor Piazzolla's<br />

birth. The bandoneón is joined by strings and piano in a performance of<br />

the master’s most beautiful melodies as well as iconic works from the<br />

world of tango.<br />

24 OCTOBER 2O2I<br />

OCTOBER 2O2I<br />

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MÉLISANDE CORRIVEAU & ERIC MILNES<br />

Bach on the pardessus de viole<br />

LECTURE<br />

GINO SITSON, ethnomusicologist<br />

La voix, instrument aux multiples facettes<br />

BAROQUE<br />

MAXWELL CUMMINGS AUDITORIUM<br />

Sunday, October 17<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Wednesday, October 27<br />

5.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

$10 - Free for Museum members<br />

Mélisande Corriveau,<br />

pardessus de viole<br />

Eric Milnes, harpsichord<br />

A world-renowned specialist of the pardessus de viole, a clear-voiced<br />

instrument with a charming touch of fragility, Mélisande Corriveau performs<br />

works by the great Bach which, at the pardessus with its transparent<br />

quality, admirably serves the composer’s polyphonic discourse.<br />

In collaboration with ATMA Classique<br />

The essence of musician and scholar Gino Sitson’s work is the<br />

instrument that is the voice. A highly complex phenomenon, the voice’s<br />

many characteristics embrace physiological, sociological, cultural, and<br />

historical contexts.<br />

Presented in French<br />

In connection with the exhibit How long does it take for one voice to reach another?<br />

INAUGURATION OF THE FORTEPIANO<br />

ANDREAS STAIER<br />

GINO SITSON<br />

Echo Chamber<br />

RECITAL<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

Sunday, October 24<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Thursday, October 28<br />

8 p.m.<br />

Rate 2<br />

Rate 3<br />

MOZART Fantasia in C minor, K. 475<br />

HAYDN Piano Sonata in E-flat major, Hob.XVI:49<br />

HAYDN Variations for Piano in F minor, Hob.XVII:6<br />

SCHUBERT Piano Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall is proud to expand its collection of keyboard instruments<br />

with the addition of a magnificent fortepiano, built in the United States<br />

in 2020 by Rodney Regier and based on early 19th-century Viennese<br />

models by Conrad Graf and Ignaz Bösendorfer.<br />

Gino Sitson, compositions, and<br />

body percussion<br />

Jody Redhage, voice and cello<br />

Lev “Ljova” Zhurbin, viola<br />

Peter Hess, voice and clarinet<br />

A singer and ethnomusicologist of Cameroonian origin, Gino Sitson<br />

draws from his eclectic background to create fascinating sounds<br />

interweaving African songs, jazz, and chamber music.<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

JEAN-GUIHEN QUEYRAS, cello<br />

With the participation of<br />

Stéphane Tétreault, cello<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

A Multitude of Quartet Colours<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

RECITAL<br />

Friday, October 29<br />

6. 30 p.m.<br />

Monday, October 25 and Tuesday, October 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

BRITTEN Suite for Solo Cello No. 1, Op. 72<br />

Ahmet ADNAN SAYGUN Partita for Solo Cello, Op. 31<br />

J.S. BACH Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007<br />

Jean BARRIÈRE Sonata for Two Cellos No. 4 in G major<br />

Jacques OFFENBACH Duo for Two Cellos, Op. 53, No. 1<br />

For his long-awaited return performance at <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall, Jean-Guihen<br />

Queyras offers audiences a most intimate encounter. On the programme:<br />

major works for solo cello, as well as two sunny dialogues for cello duo<br />

in collaboration with his friend Stéphane Tétreault.<br />

Ana Sokolović<br />

Olivier Thouin, violin<br />

Jean-Sébastien Roy, violin<br />

Charles Pilon, viola<br />

Sylvain Murray, cello<br />

SHOSTAKOVICH String Quartet No. 7 in F-sharp minor, Op. 108<br />

Ana SOKOLOVIĆ* La commedia dell’arte II (excerpts)<br />

SIBELIUS String Quartet in D minor, Op. 56, “Voces Intimæ”<br />

*Artist-in-residence at the OSM, generously sponsored by The Rossy Foundation<br />

In collaboration with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal<br />

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LES IDÉES HEUREUSES<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

Sunday, October 31<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

NOVEMBER<br />

2O2I<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 31 and 146<br />

Geneviève Soly, organ<br />

and conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Odéi Bilodeau et<br />

Andréanne Brisson Paquin,<br />

sopranos<br />

Arthur Tanguay-Labrosse, tenor<br />

Dion Mazerolle, bass<br />

GIDON KREMER AND KREMERATA BALTICA<br />

From Bach to Piazzolla<br />

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA<br />

Wednesday, November 3<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Special $75 Rate<br />

Gidon Kremer, violin and<br />

conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Georgijs Osokins, piano<br />

Per-Arne Glorvigen, bandoneón<br />

Andrei Pushkarev, vibraphone<br />

After the resounding success of their 2017 appearance, this concert marks<br />

the return of the outstanding violinist and his renowned ensemble in a<br />

concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of Piazzolla’s birth.<br />

LUC BEAUSÉJOUR<br />

The Historical Keyboard Instruments<br />

of the <strong>Bourgie</strong> Collection<br />

CONCERT-LECTURE<br />

Friday, November 5<br />

5.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 5<br />

Luc Beauséjour performs works by Bach, Couperin and Mozart on five<br />

different keyboard instruments from the <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall collection, choosing<br />

the most suitable one for each: a Flemish harpsichord, an Érard piano, a<br />

chamber organ, a clavicytherium, or a fortepiano. He comments briefly on<br />

his performances with his characteristic humour.<br />

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LIU FANG, pipa and guzheng<br />

Musings on Ancient Songs<br />

DOVER STRING QUARTET<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

POSTPONED<br />

UNTIL <strong>2022</strong><br />

Tuesday, November 16<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

Rate 3<br />

This exceptional recital given by Chinese-born Montrealer and virtuoso<br />

Liu Fang is an invitation to discover the depth of the repertoire for pipa,<br />

a pear-shaped lute, and guzheng, an ancestral zither.<br />

Joel Link, violin<br />

Bryan Lee, violin<br />

Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, viola<br />

Camden Shaw, cello<br />

ZEMLINSKY String Quartet No. 1 in A major, Op. 4<br />

Tania LEÓN String Quartet No. 2<br />

BRAHMS String Quartet in A minor, Op. 51, No. 2<br />

The Dover Quartet is one of the most prominent string quartets of its<br />

generation, and it is making its <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall debut! Appreciate all the<br />

fervour and youthful playing of these four musicians who all trained at<br />

the famous Curtis Institute of Music.<br />

LAURA ANGLADE, voice<br />

SAM KIRMAYER, guitar<br />

Venez donc chez moi !<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

MYRIAM LEBLANC, soprano<br />

CHARLES RICHARD-HAMELIN, piano<br />

Discovering Medtner<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

RECITAL<br />

Thursday, November 11<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Wednesday, November 17<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

An evening of jazz-tinged French songs. An intoxicating repertoire that<br />

will transport you elsewhere.<br />

Music for voice and for solo piano alternate in this programme featuring<br />

the early-20th-century Russian composer Nikolai Medtner, whose music<br />

Charles Richard-Hamelin and Myriam Leblanc perform with passion.<br />

LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Philip Glass and<br />

the American Seasons<br />

TOOT SUITE: WHEN JAZZ WAS KING<br />

MUSIC & FILM<br />

Thursday, November 18<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Friday, November 12<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 5<br />

Nicolas Ellis, conductor<br />

Kerson Leong, violin<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

GLASS Violin Concerto No. 2, “The American Four Seasons”<br />

Laurence JOBIDON Le Harfang et le Loup<br />

WALTON Sonata for String Orchestra<br />

Les Violons du Roy revisit the universe of Philip Glass along with two of<br />

the country's most talented young musicians: violinist Kerson Leong and<br />

conductor Nicolas Ellis.<br />

Billie Holiday<br />

Taurey Butler, piano<br />

Trio Theo Abellard<br />

Théo Abellard, piano<br />

Marie-Ketely Gomes, bass<br />

Betsaleel Jean-Charles, drums<br />

and percussion<br />

Toot Suite presents big-screen projections of short films from yesteryear<br />

showcasing Black artists who played in famous Montreal clubs and<br />

cabarets from the 1920s to 1950. Screenings are accompanied by live<br />

musical performances.<br />

In collaboration with the Cinéclub de Montréal / The Film Society (CFS)<br />

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LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Bernard Labadie and The Art of Fugue<br />

Thursday, November 25<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

DECEMBER<br />

2O2I<br />

Bernard Labadie, conductor<br />

J.S. BACH The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 (transcr. for strings B. Labadie)<br />

The Art of Fugue, considered to be the mighty Bach’s testament, is a<br />

compendium of the compositional principle that guided his life’s work:<br />

counterpoint, deemed by the master an echo of cosmic and divine order.<br />

A rigorous work to be sure, but also a sensitive and eloquent one whose<br />

perfection moves the heart as much as it satisfies the mind.<br />

Part of the Montreal Bach Festival<br />

PALLADE MUSICA<br />

Marie-Eve Munger, soprano<br />

A Schubert Soiree<br />

MARIE-NICOLE LEMIEUX, contralto<br />

DANIEL BLUMENTHAL, piano<br />

VOCAL MUSIC<br />

VOCAL MUSIC<br />

Friday, November 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Wednesday, December 1<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Special $75 Rate<br />

Marie-Eve Munger<br />

Marie-Eve Munger, soprano<br />

Pallade Musica :<br />

Tanya LaPerrière, violin<br />

Elinor Frey, cello<br />

Mélisande McNabney, fortepiano<br />

SCHUBERT<br />

Lieder<br />

Notturno in E-flat major, Op. 148, D. 897<br />

Savour Franz Schubert’s exquisiteness, rendered in the sounds of<br />

instruments of the composer’s time. <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s new fortepiano<br />

is heard in accompaniment to the voice of Marie-Eve Munger in<br />

emotion-filled lieder, and displays its qualities in the contemplative<br />

Notturno for piano, violin, and cello.<br />

Part of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s fortepiano inauguration series<br />

In collaboration with Pallade Musica<br />

BRAHMS Zwei Gesänge, Op. 91*<br />

BRAHMS Vier ernste Gesänge, Op. 121<br />

MASSENET Expressions lyriques<br />

*With the participation of Victor Fournelle-Blain, viola<br />

THE CHRISTMAS WOLF<br />

FAMILY SUNDAYS<br />

Sunday, December 5<br />

Ages 5 and up<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Family Sundays rate<br />

Stéphan Côté, storyteller<br />

Bon Débarras, reels,<br />

turlutes and songs<br />

Claude Aubry, author<br />

Pierre Pratt, illustrations<br />

Edgar Bori, staging and artistic<br />

director<br />

Master Griboux, a sullen, solitary old wolf from the Laurentians, has<br />

nothing left to eat. Starving, he makes his way to the village on Christmas<br />

Eve. He soon becomes everyone's friend during the festivities, leaving<br />

spectators of all ages singing and dancing!<br />

Presented in French<br />

With projections on a large screen<br />

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DECEMBER 2O2I<br />

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MG3 – MONTRÉAL GUITARE TRIO<br />

A Very Merry Christmas<br />

ARION BAROQUE ORCHESTRA<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

Friday, December 10<br />

Rate 4<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Saturday, December 18<br />

Sunday, December 19<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Sébastien Dufour, guitar<br />

Glenn Lévesque, guitar<br />

Marc Morin, guitar<br />

Start with beloved tunes from animated films including The Nightmare<br />

Before Christmas and A Charlie Brown Christmas, add a sprinkling of<br />

classics with The Christmas Song and My Favorite Things, and bind it all<br />

together with traditional Quebec folk songs. A real holiday treat!<br />

Mathieu Lussier, conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Andréanne Brisson Paquin,<br />

soprano<br />

Marie-Andrée Mathieu,<br />

mezzo-soprano<br />

Philippe Gagné, tenor<br />

Alexandre Dobson, baritone<br />

J.S. Bach<br />

Cantatas BWV 60, 83, 86 and 148<br />

LA NEF<br />

Ancient Christmas Carols<br />

Tuesday, December 14<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Meredith Hall<br />

Traditional Christmas carols and instrumental music from the Baroque<br />

period combine to recreate the Christmas of yesteryear. Soprano<br />

Meredith Hall once again lends her crystalline voice to the warm sounds<br />

of La Nef’s historical instruments in celebration of Jesus’ birth.<br />

Meredith Hall, soprano<br />

LA NEF<br />

Sylvain Bergeron, archlute, Baroque<br />

guitar, and music director<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

TAUREY BUTLER TRIO<br />

A Charlie Brown Christmas<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

Wednesday, December 15<br />

Thursday, December 16<br />

6 p.m.<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Rate 4 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Taurey Butler<br />

The 7th edition of this ever-popular <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall holiday tradition!<br />

Taurey Butler, piano<br />

Morgan Moore, double bass<br />

Wali Muhammad, drums<br />

Guest:<br />

Marie-Christine Depestre, voice<br />

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DECEMBER 2O2I<br />

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JANUARY<br />

2O22<br />

BEETHOVEN'S COMPLETE<br />

PIANO SONATAS<br />

LOUIS LORTIE, piano<br />

As part of the festivities for the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth,<br />

Canadian pianist Louis Lortie will continue and conclude his performances<br />

of Beethoven’s complete piano sonatas, which he began in 2020 at<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall.<br />

Tuesday, January 18<br />

Rate 1<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Saturday, January 22<br />

Rate 1<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete piano sonatas - Concert 5<br />

Sonata No. 19 in G minor, Op. 49, No. 1<br />

Sonata No. 20 in G major, Op. 49, No. 2<br />

Sonata No. 21 in C major, Op. 53, “Waldstein”<br />

Sonata No. 22 in F major, Op. 54<br />

Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57, “Appassionata”<br />

8 p.m.<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete piano sonatas - Concert 3<br />

Sonata No. 4 in E-flat major, Op. 7<br />

Sonata No. 9 in E major, Op. 14, No. 1<br />

Sonata No. 10 in G major, Op. 14, No. 2<br />

Sonata No. 16 in G major, Op. 31, No. 1<br />

Sonata No. 26 in E-flat major, Op. 81a, “Les Adieux”<br />

Thursday, January 20<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Tuesday, January 25<br />

Rate 1<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete piano sonatas - Concert 6<br />

Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp major, Op. 78, “À Thérèse”<br />

Sonata No. 25 in G major, Op. 79, “Alla tedesca”<br />

Sonata No. 27 in E minor, Op. 90<br />

Sonata No. 28 in A major, Op. 101<br />

Sonata No. 29 in B-flat major, Op. 106, “Hammerklavier”<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete piano sonatas - Concert 4<br />

Sonata No. 12 in A-flat major, Op. 26, “Funeral March”<br />

Sonata No. 13 in E-flat major, Op. 27, No. 1, “Quasi una fantasia”<br />

Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 2, “Moonlight”<br />

Sonata No. 15 in D major, Op. 28, “Pastoral”<br />

Thursday, January 27<br />

Rate 1<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete piano sonatas - 7th and final concert<br />

Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109<br />

Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, Op. 110<br />

Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

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SYMPHONIES AT THE PIANO<br />

In partnership with the<br />

Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel<br />

(Belgium)<br />

Wednesday, January 19<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

BERNARD LABADIE<br />

The Return of Alexandre Tharaud<br />

Friday, January 21<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

January 19<br />

Axel Trolese, piano<br />

Alexander Gadjiev, piano<br />

January 23<br />

Victoria Vassilenko, piano<br />

Sergei Redkin, piano<br />

Rate 5<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete symphonies transcribed by LISZT - Concert 2<br />

Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 36<br />

Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92<br />

Sunday, January 23<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Alexandre Tharaud<br />

Bernard Labadie, conductor<br />

Alexandre Tharaud, piano<br />

SAINT-GEORGES Overture from L’Amant anonyme<br />

W.A. MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488<br />

BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 19<br />

J. HAYDN Symphony No. 45 in F-sharp minor, Hob.I.45, “Farewell”<br />

January 26<br />

Salih Can Gervrek, piano<br />

Djorje Radevski, piano<br />

Rate 5<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete symphonies transcribed by LISZT - Concert 3<br />

Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op. 60<br />

Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

Treasures of French Romanticism<br />

Wednesday, January 26<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

Rate 5<br />

Friday, January 28<br />

6.30 p.m.<br />

BEETHOVEN'S complete symphonies transcribed by LISZT - Concert 4<br />

Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 55, “Eroica”<br />

Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67<br />

Louise Farrenc<br />

Alex Read, violin<br />

Éliane Charest-Beauchamp, violin<br />

Victor Fournelle-Blain, viola<br />

Geneviève Guimond, cello<br />

Ali Kian Yazdanfar, double bass<br />

Stéphane Lemelin, piano<br />

Rate 3<br />

ONSLOW String Quintet No. 28 in G minor, Op. 72<br />

Louise FARRENC Variations brillantes on a theme from<br />

the Colporteur by George Onslow, Op. 10<br />

Louise FARRENC Piano Quintet No. 2 in E major, Op. 31<br />

In collaboration with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal<br />

ENSEMBLE CAPRICE<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

Sunday, January 30<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 100, 129, 144, and 175<br />

Matthias Maute<br />

Matthias Maute, conductor<br />

Choir:<br />

Ensemble Vocal Arts-Québec<br />

Soloists:<br />

Hélène Brunet, soprano<br />

Nicholas Burns, alto<br />

Philippe Gagné, tenor<br />

Dion Mazerolle, baritone<br />

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FEBRUARY<br />

2O22<br />

JEAN RONDEAU AND<br />

THE NEVERMIND QUARTET<br />

Bach: Father and Son<br />

BAROQUE<br />

Wednesday, February 9<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 2<br />

Anna Besson, flute<br />

Louis Creac’h, viola<br />

Robin Pharo, viola da gamba<br />

Jean Rondeau, harpsichord<br />

Jean Rondeau makes his first chamber music appearance at <strong>Bourgie</strong><br />

Hall with the Nevermind Quartet, which he co-founded in 2013 with<br />

three other young and passionate musicians. This ensemble performs<br />

a program of works by Bach, father and son, prominently featuring<br />

the late works of C.P.E. Bach.<br />

THE NAGHASH ENSEMBLE<br />

Songs of Exile<br />

THE DOXAS BROTHERS<br />

The Circle<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

Wednesday, February 2<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Thursday, February 10<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Rate 2<br />

Rate 4<br />

Hasmik Baghdasaryan, soprano<br />

Tatevik Movsesyan, soprano<br />

Arpine Ter-Petrosyan, viola<br />

Emmanuel Hovhannisyan, duduk<br />

Aram Nikoghosyan, oud<br />

Tigran Hovhannisyan, dhôl<br />

John Hodian, piano and<br />

compositions<br />

Composer John Hodian draws inspiration from the poems of medieval<br />

priest Mkrtich Naghash. The stunning vocal tradition of Armenia<br />

and the mesmerizing timbres of its national instruments flow into<br />

the contemporary idiom of his works.<br />

Chet Doxas, saxophone<br />

Marc Copland, piano<br />

Adrian Vedady, double bass<br />

Jim Doxas, drums<br />

Brothers Jim and Chet Doxas bear witness to their deep musical bond<br />

in their most recent work, The Circle, issued last fall, immersed in the<br />

musical worlds they have explored together since childhood.<br />

DAVID GREILSAMMER<br />

Labyrinth<br />

FESTIVAL<br />

PALAZZETTO<br />

BRU ZANE<br />

STÉPHANIE-MARIE DEGAND, violin<br />

DANIEL ISOIR, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

RECITAL<br />

Thursday, February 3<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Sunday, February 13<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Rate 2<br />

Works by C.P.E. BACH, J.S. BACH, BEETHOVEN, CRUMB, GRANADOS,<br />

JANÁČEK, LIGETI, LULLY, MARAIS, Ofer PELZ, J.F. REBEL, SATIE, and<br />

SCRIABIN.<br />

For the first time at <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall, David Greilsammer, the pianist behind<br />

many daring musical achievements, creates an hour-long uninterrupted<br />

concert akin to a journey through a maze of works out of which only he<br />

can lead us.<br />

FRANCK Violin Sonata in A major<br />

FRANCK Prelude, Fugue, and Variation for Piano in B minor, Op. 18<br />

(transc. Harold Bauer)<br />

LALO<br />

Violin Sonata in D major, Op. 12<br />

Arlequin, esquisse humoristique for Violin and Piano in G major<br />

Guitare for Violin and Piano in B minor, Op. 28<br />

Daniel Isoir will perform on the 1859 Érard piano<br />

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THE KING’S SINGERS<br />

Finding Harmony<br />

RIGHT IN THE EYE<br />

With Films by Georges Méliès<br />

VOCAL MUSIC<br />

MUSIC & FILM<br />

Tuesday, February 15<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Sunday, February 20<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Special $75 Rate<br />

Rate 5<br />

Singing together nurtures unity among people. From the Protestant<br />

Reformation to the American civil rights movement, the power of song has<br />

mobilized nations, cultures, and causes to action. This is a phenomenon<br />

which proves that music was, and still is, a truly universal language.<br />

Jean-François Alcoléa, design,<br />

compositions, keyboard, and<br />

objects<br />

Hervé Joubert, percussion and<br />

guitar<br />

Mathieu Lucas, sound and<br />

percussion<br />

Noémie Mancia, lighting and video<br />

An ingenious performance for all ages with original compositions and<br />

improvisations that transport the listener to the poetic and playful world<br />

of a cinematic pioneer and inventor of special effects: Georges Méliès.<br />

With projections on a large screen<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

LÚNASA<br />

The Wild Coast of Ireland<br />

CUARTETO CASALS<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

Wednesday, February 23<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Thursday, February 17<br />

8 p.m.<br />

Rate 2<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

One of the world’s hottest Irish music groups finally returns to<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall!<br />

Abel Tomàs, violin<br />

Vera Martínez Mehner, violin<br />

Jonathan Brown, viola<br />

Arnau Tomàs, cello<br />

HAYDN String Quartet in G minor, Op. 20, No. 3, Hob.III:33<br />

DVOŘÁK Cypresses, for string quartet (excerpts)<br />

MENDELSSOHN String Quartet No. 3 in D major, Op. 44, No. 1<br />

One of the great European string quartets, regularly invited to the most<br />

prestigious concert halls of Europe, America, and Asia, the Barcelonian<br />

Cuarteto Casals presents its first concert in Québec.<br />

JANINA FIALKOWSKA, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

ALIA MENS<br />

Noireclair<br />

Saturday, February 19<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

MUSIC AND LITERATURE<br />

Rate 2<br />

Friday, February 25<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

WEBER Aufforderung zum Tanze, Op. 65 (Invitation to the Dance)<br />

SCHUBERT Piano Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960<br />

SIBELIUS Valse Triste<br />

CHOPIN<br />

Polonaise in A major, Op. 40, No. 1<br />

Nocturne in F major, Op. 15, No. 1<br />

Ballade in G minor, Op. 23<br />

In collaboration with ATMA Classique<br />

Olivier Spilmont, conductor<br />

TBD, reciter<br />

Soloists:<br />

Neven Lesage, oboe<br />

Paul-Antoine Bénos-Djian,<br />

countertenor<br />

Stéphanie Paulet, violin<br />

Yoann Moulin, organ<br />

Rate 3<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 54 and 170<br />

Works by Johann Christoph BACH<br />

Texts by Christian Bobin<br />

A French ensemble of some ten musicians, Alia Mens, creates a great<br />

structure with author and poet Christian Bobin. The result is a space<br />

wherein music extends words, and one in which words and music also<br />

mirror each other, leading the audience to the far recesses of their<br />

listening experience.<br />

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SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

ALIA MENS<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

Sunday, February 27<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

MARCH<br />

2O22<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 33, 168, and 177<br />

Olivier Spilmont, conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Elodie Fonnard, soprano<br />

William Shelton, countertenor<br />

Nicholas Scott, tenor<br />

Romain Bockler, bass<br />

CHARLES RICHARD-HAMELIN, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

Wednesday, March 2<br />

Rate 1<br />

FESTIVAL<br />

PALAZZETTO<br />

BRU ZANE<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

FRANCK Prélude, aria et final in E major, Op. 23<br />

CHAUSSON Quelques danses, Op. 26<br />

RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte<br />

RAVEL Le Tombeau de Couperin<br />

THE DIARIES OF WOMEN<br />

MUSIC AND LITERATURE<br />

Tuesday, March 8<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Pascale Montpetit<br />

Pascale Montpetit, narration<br />

Jeanne Amièle, piano and<br />

conceptualization<br />

Lise Gauvin, research and<br />

conceptualization<br />

On this International Women's Day, actress Pascale Montpetit delivers<br />

a selection of texts by women from here and around the world who have<br />

left their mark on history through their literary talent, their accomplishments<br />

or their personal history with its many ups and downs, always with<br />

a bold feminist outlook. Each text is paired with a musical work by a<br />

remarkable composer.<br />

Jeanne Amièle will perform on the 1859 Érard piano<br />

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BRUNO PROCOPIO, harpsichord<br />

From the Grand siècle to<br />

the Enlightenment<br />

RECITAL<br />

Wednesday, March 9<br />

Rate 3<br />

Works by F. COUPERIN, D’ANGLEBERT, FORQUERAY, and RAMEAU<br />

In this exploration of the enchanted world of the French harpsichord,<br />

Franco-Brazilian harpsichordist Bruno Procopio recaptures beautifully<br />

crafted dances and evocative portraits in his debut recital at <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall.<br />

Concert in “Salon” format / No assigned seating, see p. 68<br />

A copresentation with Clavecin en concert<br />

CHRISTOPH PRÉGARDIEN, tenor<br />

PENTAÈDRE<br />

QUATUOR ARTHUR-LEBLANC<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

GABRIELA MONTERO, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

Saturday, March 12<br />

Rate 2<br />

PROKOFIEV Sarcasms for Piano, Op. 17<br />

PROKOFIEV Piano Sonata No. 2 in D minor, Op. 14<br />

RACHMANINOV Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 36<br />

STRAVINSKY Piano Sonata<br />

SUZIE LEBLANC, soprano<br />

From the Court of Louis XIV<br />

to Shippagan!<br />

8 p.m.<br />

Projection of the film The Immigrant, written and directed by<br />

CHARLIE CHAPLIN, with improvisation at the piano by Gabriela Montero.<br />

A unique programme centred around three composers whose lives were<br />

touched by the experience of immigration and who brought that<br />

experience to their music.<br />

VOCAL MUSIC<br />

BAROQUE<br />

Thursday, March 10<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Sunday, March 13<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 1<br />

Rate 4<br />

SCHUBERT Die schöne Müllerin (The Fair Maid of the Mill), Op. 25, D. 795<br />

(arr. Denis Plante for tenor, wind quintet, string quartet, and double bass)<br />

In collaboration with Pentaèdre<br />

Suzie LeBlanc, soprano<br />

Vincent Lauzer, flutes<br />

Marie Nadeau-Tremblay, Baroque<br />

violin<br />

Sylvain Bergeron, theorbo and<br />

Baroque guitar<br />

Traditional Acadian songs and 17th-century French court songs<br />

Their style is reminiscent of Renaissance and Baroque music: these<br />

songs from Shippagan are paired with airs de cour (French court songs)<br />

and Baroque instrumental works from France arranged for the first time<br />

for period instruments.<br />

In collaboration with ATMA Classique<br />

THE ERIC ST-LAURENT ENSEMBLE<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

NAZIH BORISH<br />

Roots of Strings<br />

Friday, March 11<br />

6 p.m.<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

Rate 4<br />

Wednesday, March 16<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

This extraordinary quartet from the thriving Toronto jazz scene offers<br />

original compositions and inspired improvisations in one of its rare<br />

Montreal appearances.<br />

Nazih Borish, oud and<br />

compositions<br />

Roberto Occhipinti, double bass<br />

Joseph Khoury, percussion<br />

Rate 4<br />

A universal language, music is an invitation to intercultural dialogue, a<br />

call to human fellowship. The work of composer and performer Nazih<br />

Borish embodies that invitation, as his fingers dance upon the strings<br />

of the oud, melding his authentic Middle Eastern style with the musical<br />

influences of other cultures.<br />

In partnership with the Centre des musiciens du Monde (Montréal)<br />

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SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

THE PHILIP GLASS ENSEMBLE<br />

Explorations in Theater and Film<br />

PENTAÈDRE AND FRIENDS<br />

Franck’s Symphony<br />

CONTEMPORARY MUSIC<br />

Thursday, March 17<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

Wednesday, March 23<br />

FESTIVAL<br />

PALAZZETTO<br />

BRU ZANE<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Special $100 Rate Subscription p. 67<br />

Rate 3<br />

Alongside excerpts of works that have made the composer’s renown,<br />

including Koyaanisqatsi, Glassworks, and Einstein on the Beach, the<br />

Ensemble gives the Canadian premiere of Music in Eight Parts, 50 years<br />

after it was composed. A unique opportunity to hear a rediscovered<br />

piece by Philip Glass!<br />

The Philip Glass Ensemble is the exclusive performer of its repertoire. Please note<br />

that Philip Glass will not perform as part of this concert. By special arrangement with<br />

Philip Glass and Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc.<br />

Pentaèdre, wind quintet<br />

Guests:<br />

Valérie Milot, harp<br />

Jean-Willy Kunz, organ<br />

Étienne Lafrance, double bass<br />

FRANCK<br />

Prelude, Fugue, and Variation in B minor, Op. 18 (transc. for wind quintet<br />

by Mathieu Lussier)<br />

Symphony in D minor (transc. for wind quintet, harp, organ, and double<br />

bass by Mathieu Lussier)<br />

LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Jeremy Denk, Bach and Ancient Worlds<br />

LES CHEMINS DE TRAVERS DE LA MUSIQUE<br />

TRADITIONNELLE QUÉBÉCOISE<br />

Friday, March 18<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

CONCERT-LECTURE<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Thursday, March 24<br />

5.30 p.m.<br />

Jeremy Denk, piano and<br />

conductor<br />

Works by J.S. BACH, BIBER, VON BINGEN, BYRD, DOWLAND,<br />

GESUALDO, MONTEVERDI, MORLEY, and PURCELL<br />

In this survey of many centuries, a fascinating journey through the<br />

evolution of musical discourse, evoking serenity, joy, humour,<br />

sadness and even battle!<br />

Nicolas Boulerice and<br />

Le Vent du Nord<br />

Rate 5<br />

Nicolas Boulerice and his ensemble Le Vent du Nord explore the history,<br />

distinctive features, and evolution of Québécois folk music, drawing from<br />

their repertoire to illustrate their perspectives.<br />

Presented in French<br />

Developed in partnership with the Conseil québécois de la musique.<br />

THE CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS<br />

FAMILY SUNDAYS<br />

Ages 5 and up<br />

FESTIVAL<br />

PALAZZETTO<br />

BRU ZANE<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

Ars Gallica: Vierne and Franck<br />

Sunday, March 20<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Friday, March 25<br />

6.30 p.m.<br />

Family Sundays Rate<br />

Rate 3<br />

Janelle Fung and Philip Chiu,<br />

piano<br />

Evelyne de la Chenelière,<br />

narration<br />

Following their resounding success last year, playwright Évelyne de la<br />

Chenelière and the marvelous Duo Fung-Chiu are back to present this<br />

work by Saint-Saëns, at once hilarious and fantasy-filled, in which a<br />

bevy of creeping, swimming or flying animals make their way to their<br />

great carnival!<br />

Andrew Wan, violin<br />

Olivier Thouin, violin<br />

Victor Fournelle-Blain, viola<br />

Anna Burden, cello<br />

Meagan Milatz, piano<br />

VIERNE String Quartet in D minor, Op. 12<br />

FRANCK Piano Quintet in F minor<br />

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LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

CAMILLE THOMAS, cello<br />

ROMAN RABINOVICH, piano<br />

Sunday, March 27<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

RECITAL<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Thursday, March 31<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Alexander Weimann, conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Nathalie Paulin, soprano<br />

Allyson McHardy, mezzo-soprano<br />

Zack Finkelstein, tenor<br />

TBD, bass-baritone<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 5, 20, 77, and 181<br />

Rate 3<br />

N. BOULANGER Three Pieces for Cello and Piano<br />

SHOSTAKOVICH Cello Sonata in D minor, Op. 40<br />

CHOPIN Introduction and Polonaise brillante for Cello<br />

and Piano in C major, Op. 3<br />

RACHMANINOV Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 19<br />

The extraordinary Franco-Belgian cellist Camille Thomas is a soloist<br />

from the next generation of musicians and the first woman cellist to be<br />

signed to the prestigious Deutsche Grammophon label. She performs<br />

in <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall for the first time.<br />

ENSEMBLE VARIANCES<br />

Inhuman Humanity: Mysterium Ecologica<br />

CONTEMPORARY MUSIC<br />

Tuesday, March 29<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Works by François-Bernard MÂCHE, Marc PATCH (world premiere),<br />

Thierry PÉCOU, Alfred SCHNITTKE, and Claude VIVIER<br />

An awakening of consciousness in sound contemplating today’s major<br />

environmental crises. The composers, all committed environmentalists,<br />

offer their reflections on our relationship with the natural environment.<br />

MUSICIANS FROM MARLBORO<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

Wednesday, March 30 7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Miles Mykkanen<br />

Miles Mykkanen, tenor<br />

Radovan Vlatković, horn<br />

YooJin Jang, violin<br />

Tessa Lark, violin<br />

Kei Tojo, viola<br />

Christoph Richter, cello<br />

Lydia Brown, piano<br />

BRITTEN<br />

Canticle III: “Still Falls the Rain”, Op. 55<br />

String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94<br />

SCHUBERT<br />

String Quartet in E-flat major, D. 87<br />

Auf dem Strom, D. 943<br />

Schubert and Britten share the scene in this concert given by the<br />

eminent Musicians from Marlboro: two contrasting string quartets and<br />

two rarely-heard works for voice, French horn and piano treated with an<br />

original and unusual instrumentation.<br />

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APRIL<br />

2O22<br />

ANDREW WAN, violin<br />

CHARLES RICHARD-HAMELIN, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

Tuesday, April 5<br />

Rate 2<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

SCHUMANN<br />

Sonata No. 1 in A minor, Op. 105<br />

Sonata No. 3 in A minor, WoO 27<br />

Sonata No. 2 in D minor, Op. 121<br />

After their complete Beethoven cycle, these two renowned performers<br />

present the rarely heard complete works for violin and piano of<br />

Robert Schumann.<br />

STUDIO DE MUSIQUE ANCIENNE<br />

DE MONTRÉAL<br />

The Miserere From Four Angles<br />

AT THE CROSSROADS<br />

OF EUROPE AND JAPAN<br />

BAROQUE / MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

BAROQUE<br />

Wednesday, April 6<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Friday, April 1<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 4<br />

Andrew McAnerney, conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Marie Magistry and Stephanie<br />

Manias, sopranos<br />

Josée Lalonde, viola<br />

Michiel Schrey, tenor<br />

Clayton Kennedy and<br />

Normand Richard, basses<br />

Rate 1<br />

The SMAM presents four outstanding and moving musical settings of<br />

Psalm 50, Miserere mei, Deus, by four composers of vastly different<br />

backgrounds: G. ALLEGRI, M.A. CHARPENTIER, JOSQUIN DES PREZ,<br />

and LEONARDO LEO.<br />

In collaboration with the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal<br />

Bruno Deschênes<br />

Mika Putterman, Baroque flute<br />

Boaz Berney, Renaissance flute<br />

Susie Napper, cello<br />

Michel Zenchiku Dubeau,<br />

shakuhachi<br />

Bruno Chikushin Deschênes,<br />

shakuhachi<br />

Yumiko Kanao, voice and koto<br />

Works by G. BASSANO, CARA, F. COUPERIN, Bruno DESCHÊNES,<br />

DEVIENNE, HANDEL, MIYAGI, OCKEGHEM, SCHÜRMER, TELEMANN,<br />

and traditional Japanese works.<br />

Baroque and Renaissance works combine with Japanese musical<br />

sounds in these original arrangements for instruments of European and<br />

Japanese cultures.<br />

IMOGEN COOPER, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

JACQUES KUBA SÉGUIN<br />

Migrations<br />

Sunday, April 3<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

JAZZ 5 À 7<br />

Rate 2<br />

Thursday, April 7<br />

6 p.m.<br />

Works by Thomas ADÈS, BEETHOVEN, and SCHUBERT<br />

“Imogen is one of the greatest musicians England has produced. She's<br />

utterly without show. Mozart, Schumann and Schubert could have been<br />

written for her.”<br />

− Simon Rattle<br />

Jacques Kuba Séguin, trumpet<br />

and compositions<br />

Yannick Rieu, tenor saxophone<br />

Jean-Michel Pilc, piano<br />

Olivier Salazar, vibraphone<br />

Rémi-Jean Leblanc, double bass<br />

Kevin Warren, drums<br />

Rate 4<br />

A mosaic of jazz compositions inspired by diverse cultural horizons and<br />

immigrant persons in Quebec, Migrations illuminates the blending of<br />

cultures and elicits awareness and reflection on our openness to others.<br />

With Migrations, Jacques Kuba Séguin and his collaborators won both the Juno and<br />

Félix awards for Best Jazz Album of the Year in 2020.<br />

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RONALD BRAUTIGAM, fortepiano<br />

RECITAL<br />

Tuesday, April 12<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE<br />

ORCHESTRE MÉTROPOLITAIN<br />

NICHOLAS ANGELICH, piano<br />

Rate 2<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

MENDELSSOHN Songs Without Words, Op. 19 and Op. 62 (excerpts)<br />

R. SCHUMANN Fantasiestücke, Op. 12<br />

SCHUBERT Piano Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960<br />

Part of <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s fortepiano inauguration series<br />

Nicholas Angelich<br />

Nicholas Angelich, piano<br />

Marcelle Mallette, Johanne Morin<br />

and Nancy Ricard, violins<br />

Elvira Misbakhova, viola<br />

Christopher Best, cello<br />

Friday, April 22<br />

SCHUBERT Piano Trio in B-flat major, D. 28, “Sonatensatz”<br />

MOZART String Quartet No. 19 in C major, K. 465, “Dissonance”<br />

BRAHMS Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

LES IDÉES HEUREUSES<br />

Passiontide Concert<br />

L’HARMONIE DES SAISONS<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

BAROQUE<br />

Sunday, April 24<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Good Friday, April 15<br />

3 p.m.<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Jeanne Mance<br />

Geneviève Soly, artistic director,<br />

organ, musicological research,<br />

and commentary<br />

Alexander Belser, serpent<br />

Sylvain Bergeron, lute<br />

ENSEMBLE SCHOLASTICA<br />

Rebecca Bain, director<br />

DEUS EX MACHINA<br />

Alain Vadeboncœur, director<br />

Rate 3<br />

Nicolas VALLET Plainchant in Latin and in Iroquoian and Algonquian<br />

languages, Psalm 22 for lute<br />

Henry DU MONT Airs spirituels in four parts<br />

An historical reconstruction of the music that was likely heard in<br />

Ville-Marie during Holy Week, with special focus on three prominent<br />

figures of 17th-century Montreal: Jeanne Mance, Paul de Chomedey<br />

de Maisonneuve, and François de Vachon de Belmont.<br />

In collaboration with Les Idées heureuses<br />

Eric Milnes, conductor<br />

Soloists:<br />

Hélène Brunet, soprano<br />

Nicholas Burns, countertenor<br />

Philippe Gagné, tenor<br />

Sumner Thompson, baritone<br />

J.S. BACH<br />

Cantatas BWV 6, 30, and 162<br />

ARCHITEK PERCUSSION<br />

Connective Tissue<br />

LLŶR WILLIAMS, piano<br />

RECITAL<br />

CONTEMPORARY MUSIC<br />

Thursday, April 21 7.30 p.m.<br />

Tuesday, April 26<br />

Rate 2<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Noam Bierstone<br />

Ben Duinker<br />

Alexander Haupt<br />

Ben Reimer<br />

Alessandro Valiante<br />

Video : Myriam Boucher<br />

Rate 3<br />

Eliot BRITTON Compression Cycles<br />

Myriam BOUCHER New Work (world premiere)<br />

Wojciech KILAR Orawa (arr. Ben Duinker, 2020)<br />

Nicole LIZÉE Folk Noir / Canadiana<br />

John PSATHAS 100 Seconds from Midnight (world premiere)<br />

Concert presented with video projections<br />

In collaboration with Architek Percussion<br />

SCHUBERT Piano Sonata in A major, D. 959<br />

CHOPIN<br />

Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23<br />

Ballade No. 3 in A-flat major, Op. 47<br />

Waltzes, Op. 34, Nos 1 & 2<br />

Nocturne in D-flat major, Op. 27, No. 2<br />

Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31<br />

A return performance by this pianist who dazzled spectators in his first<br />

appearance at <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall. “Llŷr Williams is too much of a well-kept<br />

secret.” – Le Devoir<br />

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MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

The Quartet for the End of Time:<br />

Praise and the Abyss<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

MAY<br />

2O22<br />

Wednesday, April 27<br />

6.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Andrew Wan, violin<br />

Todd Cope, clarinet<br />

Brian Manker, cello<br />

Philip Chiu, piano<br />

Jennifer Swartz, harp<br />

Geoffrey GORDON Jeux de création, for solo harp<br />

MESSIAEN Quatuor pour la fin du temps (Quartet for the End of Time)<br />

In tribute to Olivier Messiaen, who passed away 30 years ago on April 27.<br />

In collaboration with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal<br />

KINAN AZMEH CITYBAND<br />

MUSICAL ODYSSEY<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

ENSEMBLE CORRESPONDANCES<br />

Pleasures of the Louvre<br />

Thursday, April 28<br />

8 p.m.<br />

BAROQUE<br />

Rate 2<br />

Wednesday, May 4<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Kinan Azmeh, clarinet<br />

Kyle Sanna, guitar<br />

Josh Myers, bass<br />

John Hadfield, percussion<br />

Syrian-born clarinetist Kinan Azmeh is back in Montreal, this time with<br />

his New York ensemble to play repertoire that straddles both jazz and<br />

Middle Eastern music.<br />

Sébastien Daucé, conductor<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Works by A. BOËSSET, CHAMPION, L. COUPERIN, DE CHANCY,<br />

GUÉDRON, LOUIS XIII, and MOULINIÉ<br />

The air de cour, or French court song is a setting to music of an elegiac,<br />

plaintive, humorous, or frankly truculent love poem, reflecting their listeners’<br />

own amorous states… Let yourself be guided by the echoes of these<br />

“pleasures,” which were so delectable to Louis XIII and his court.<br />

In collaboration with Le Club musical de Québec et Early Music Vancouver<br />

STÉPHANE WREMBEL, guitar<br />

Django, the Impressionist<br />

EVENING JAZZ<br />

Thursday, May 5<br />

8 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Fascinated by the “classical” side of the illustrious Django Reinhardt,<br />

guitarist Stéphane Wrembel reveals the melodic inventiveness of<br />

some of his lesser-known pieces, their rhythmic impetus and their<br />

harmony, comparable to Debussy and Ravel, whom Django Reinhardt<br />

greatly admired.<br />

Music from the album Django L'impressionniste by Stéphane Wrembel<br />

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LES VIOLONS DU ROY<br />

Nicolas Altstaedt:<br />

A Cello Beyond Borders<br />

Saturday, May 7<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

PIERRE HANTAÏ PLAYS BACH AND HANDEL<br />

RECITAL<br />

Friday, May 13<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Rate 1 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Works by J.S. BACH and HANDEL<br />

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello and<br />

conductor<br />

Works by AZARASHVILI, KILLMAYER, PIAZZOLLA, PLATTI, VERESS,<br />

and VIVALDI<br />

After his outstanding appearance as a soloist at <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall in 2019,<br />

Nicolas Altstaedt makes a long-awaited return, and this time, he takes<br />

on the dual role of conductor and soloist in a rich and remarkably<br />

varied program that will take you on a thrilling journey!<br />

Pierre Hantaï, harpsichord<br />

"Bach and Handel: they wielded the same authority and held an<br />

internationally tinged discourse," as Norbert Dufourcq famously stated.<br />

The renowned harpsichordist Pierre Hantaï performs works by both<br />

composers on the beautiful Flemish harpsichord from the <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall<br />

collection, crafting music and sounds of incomparable richness.<br />

Concert in “Salon” format / No assigned seating, see p. 68<br />

A copresentation with Clavecin en concert<br />

LES RUGISSANTS<br />

Voces de España<br />

PALLADE MUSICA<br />

Complete Cantatas of J.S. Bach • Year 7<br />

VOCAL MUSIC / DANCE<br />

Sunday, May 15<br />

2.30 p.m.<br />

Wednesday, May 11<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 2 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Rate 4<br />

Cantatas with piccolo cello and viola d’amore, BWV 115, 152, and 183<br />

Xavier Brossard-Ménard,<br />

conductor<br />

Jonathan Barriault, guitar<br />

Myriam Allard, flamenco dance<br />

Works for choir and guitar inspired by the flamenco culture of the torrid<br />

region of Andalusia blend with sensual and drama-filled texts by the<br />

poet Federico García Lorca and the genre’s spirited, highly expressive<br />

dance motions.<br />

Pallade Musica<br />

Andréanne Brisson Paquin, soprano<br />

Daniel Cabena, countertenor<br />

Philippe Gagné, tenor<br />

Alexander Dobson, baritone<br />

The violoncello piccolo is a diminutive five-stringed instrument of a<br />

higher register than the cello and possessing a brighter sound. Below its<br />

fingerboard, the viola d'amore displays a set of seven strings that are not<br />

played directly with the bow, but vibrate in sympathy with notes that are.<br />

PABLO MÁRQUEZ, guitar<br />

UNISSON FESTIVAL<br />

RECITAL<br />

From Wednesday, May 18 to Sunday, May 22<br />

Thursday, May 12<br />

Rate 2<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

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Works by CASSADÓ, CHAVARRI, LLOBET, LÓPEZ, PONCE, and SOR<br />

Praised for his musical intelligence and remarkable technique, this<br />

Argentinian guitarist performs some of the most captivating works from<br />

the Spanish repertoire for his instrument, expressing both melancholy<br />

and joy.<br />

In collaboration with the Société de guitare de Montréal<br />

Inspired by Marina Abramovic's The Artist is Present and Germany’s 1:1<br />

Concerts, the Unisson Festival offers one-on-one concerts with a young<br />

mystery musician. This is an individual, immersive and unique experience<br />

each lasting 15 minutes, taking place in <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall.<br />

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VALÉRIE MILOT, harp<br />

STÉPHANE TÉTREAULT, cello<br />

Transfiguration<br />

NOTES<br />

RECITAL / MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE<br />

Wednesday, May 25<br />

Thursday, May 26<br />

9 p.m.<br />

9 p.m.<br />

Rate 3<br />

Works by Alexandre GROGG, Caroline LIZOTTE, Kelly-Mary MURPHY,<br />

François VALLIÈRES, and a new work by Marjan MOZETICH<br />

This concert/experience features Canadian works that shed new light<br />

on well-known musical themes, transcending genres to the point of<br />

occasionally metamorphosing the technique used to play the instruments.<br />

With staging in which the music is twice transformed through image<br />

projections, ultimately it is the relationship between the two musicians<br />

that evolves to the point of final transfiguration.<br />

In collaboration with Anémone 47<br />

SIGNATURE<br />

CONCERT<br />

MUSICIANS OF THE OSM<br />

Elgar and Coleridge-Taylor:<br />

The English Romantics<br />

CHAMBER MUSIC<br />

Friday, May 27<br />

6.30 p.m.<br />

Rate 3 Subscription see p. 67<br />

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor<br />

Jean-Sébastien Roy, violin<br />

Ariane Lajoie, violin<br />

Natalie Racine, viola<br />

Anna Burden, cello<br />

Todd Cope, clarinet<br />

ELGAR String Quartet in E minor, Op. 83<br />

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Clarinet Quintet in F-sharp minor, Op. 10<br />

While still a youth, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor clearly showed that, after<br />

Brahms, one could still write a Clarinet Quintet that would be wholly<br />

original, and he did so before his elder compatriot Edward Elgar<br />

produced his sole String Quartet, among the latter’s very last and<br />

notable works.<br />

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In residence at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts since 2008, Arte Musica’s<br />

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Arte Musica – <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall<br />

2189 Bishop Street, Montreal (QC) H3G 2E8 Canada<br />

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<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall Team<br />

Board Of Directors<br />

Arion Baroque Orchestra Friday, November 19<br />

Saturday, November 20<br />

Sunday, November 21<br />

Friday, January 14<br />

Saturday, January 15<br />

Sunday, January 16<br />

Friday, March 4<br />

Saturday, March 5<br />

Sunday, March 6<br />

Friday, April 29<br />

Saturday, April 30<br />

Sunday, May 1<br />

Clavecin en Concert Tuesday, September 28<br />

Sunday, November 14<br />

Thursday, April 14<br />

Concours musical international<br />

de Montréal (CMIM)<br />

Tuesday, May 31<br />

to Sunday, June 5<br />

Constantinople Saturday, October 2<br />

Saturday, November 6<br />

Saturday, December 11<br />

Saturday, March 19<br />

Saturday, April 9<br />

Saturday, June 11<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

4 p.m.<br />

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See also p. 35<br />

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Isolde Lagacé<br />

Associate Artistic Director<br />

Sophie Laurent<br />

Box Office and Customer Relations<br />

Marjorie Tapp<br />

Communications<br />

Isabelle Brien<br />

Marketing<br />

Julie Olson<br />

Concert Programmes<br />

Trevor Hoy<br />

Production<br />

Nicolas Bourry<br />

Technical Director<br />

Roger Jacob<br />

Press Relations<br />

Alain Labonté Communications<br />

Pierre <strong>Bourgie</strong>, president<br />

Carolyne Barnwell, Secretary<br />

Colin <strong>Bourgie</strong>, Administrator<br />

Paula <strong>Bourgie</strong>, Administrator<br />

Michelle Courchesne, Administrator<br />

Philippe Frenière, Administrator<br />

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Yves Théorêt, Administraor<br />

Diane Wilhelmy, Administrator<br />

<strong>Brochure</strong> Team<br />

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Isabelle Brien<br />

François Filiatrault<br />

Trevor Hoy<br />

Isolde Lagacé<br />

Sophie Laurent<br />

Julie Olson<br />

Rachelle Taylor<br />

Graphic Design<br />

Paprika<br />

Montreal Bach Festival Tuesday, November 23<br />

Thursday, December 2<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

Montreal Chamber Music Festival Monday, October 18<br />

Tuesday, October 19<br />

Monday, November 8<br />

Monday, December 6<br />

Tuesday, December 7<br />

Sunday June 12<br />

to Sunday June 19<br />

Trio Fibonacci Tuesday, October 5<br />

Saturday, December 4<br />

Thursday, March 3<br />

Friday, May 6<br />

Les Idées heureuses Wednesday, October 6<br />

Tuesday, February 8<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

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7.30 p.m.<br />

See also<br />

p. 28 and 54<br />

Pallade Musica Friday, February 11 7.30 p.m. See also<br />

p. 32 and 59<br />

Les Prix Opus Sunday, February 6 3 p.m.<br />

Société de musique contemporaine<br />

du Québec (SMCQ)<br />

Sunday, October 10<br />

7.30 p.m.<br />

p. 22 The Feldman Renaud Project, Jeanne Renaud © Liliana Reyes | p. 22 <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s 10th anniversary concert, Rafael Payare; Jonathan Cohen<br />

© Antoine Saito; Marco Borggreve | p. 24 ZoOpera © Kevin Calixte | p. 24 Victor Julien-Lafferière © Jean-Baptiste Millot | p. 25 Rafael Zaldivar ©<br />

Mathieu Rivard | p. 25 Les Violons du Roy : Barocco Barock, Matthew Halls © John C Meyers | p. 25 Trio de l'île and Denis Plante, Denis Plante ©<br />

Patrick Boucher | p. 26 Mélisande Corriveau and Eric Milnes © Pierre-Étienne Bergeron | p. 26 Andreas Staier © Josef Molina | p. 26 Jean Guihen<br />

Queyras © Marco Borggreve | p. 27 Gino Sitson © Alain Herman | p. 28 Geneviève Soly © Robert Etcheverry | p. 29 Gidon Kremer © Kassakara /<br />

ECM Records | p. 29 Luc Beauséjour © Annie Ethier | p. 30 Liu Fang © Julien Mignot | p. 30 Laura Anglade et Sam Kirmayer © Susan Moss | p. 30<br />

Kerson Leong © Bruno Schlumberger | p. 31 Quatuor Dover © Roy Cox | p.31 Myriam Leblanc © Brent Callis | p. 31 Billie Holiday - The Lady Sings<br />

the Blues © Jo King | p.32 Bernard Labadie © Dario Acosta | p.32 Marie-Eve Munger © Todd Rosenberg | p. 33 Marie-Nicole Lemieux © Genevieve<br />

Lesieur | p.33 Le loup de Noël © Pierre Pratt | p. 34 MG3 © Annie Doyle | p. 34 Meredith Hall © Heather Zweifel | p. 35 Mathieu Lussier © Mari<br />

Photographie | p. 36 Louis Lortie © Elias Photography | p. 38 Alexandre Tharaud © Marco Borggreve | p. 39 Louise Farrenc © Louise Farrenc (née<br />

Jeanne-Louise Dumont), c. 1855, Bibliothèque nationale de France | p. 39 Matthias Maute © Bill Blackstone | p. 40 Ensemble Naghash © Garegin<br />

Aghabekyan | p. 40 David Greilshammer © Julien Mignot_Sony Classical | p. 41 Nevermind Quartet © Rita Cuggia | p. 41 Chet and Jim Doxas © Evan<br />

Shay | p. 41 Stéphanie-Marie Degand © François Séchet | p. 42 The King's Singers © Rebecca Reid | p. 42 Lúnasa © Reinoud Van Mechelen | p. 42<br />

Janina Fialkowska © Julien Faugère | p. 43 Le Voyage dans la lune © Starfilm | p. 43 Cuarteto Casals ©Josef Molina | p. 43 Alia Mens © Bertrand<br />

Pichène | p. 44 Olivier Spilmont © Bertrand Pichène | p. 45 Charles Richard-Hamelin © Julien Faugère | p. 45 Pascale Montpetit © Kelly Jacob |<br />

p. 46 Bruno Procopio © Jean-Baptiste Millot | p. 46 Christoph Prégardien © Hans Morren | p.46 Eric St-Laurent © Scattolon | p.47 Gabriela Montero<br />

© Anders Brogaard | p.47 Nazih Borish © Studio Halloum | p.48 Philip Glass © Ryuhei Shindo | p.48 Jeremy Denk © Michael Wilson | p. 48 The<br />

Carnival of the Animals © Tatiana Pilipenka | p. 49 Pentaèdre © Martin Girard | p. 50 Alexander Weimann © Julien Faugère | p.50 Miles Mykkanen<br />

© Fay Fox | p. 51 Camille Thomas © Dan Carabas | p.52 Imogen Cooper © Sim Canetty-Clarke | p.53 Charles Richard-Hamelin and Andrew Wan ©<br />

Elizabeth Delage | p. 53 Bruno Deschênes © Véro Boncompagni | p.53 Jacques Kuba Séguin © Ulysse Lemerise | p. 54 Ronald Brautigam © Marco<br />

Borggreve | p. 54 Jeanne Mance, (Louis Ernest Dugardin, France, Fin du XIXe siècle, Huile sur panneau de bois, Collection RHSJM, 1984.X.618) |<br />

p. 55 Nicholas Angelich © François Leclercq | p. 55 Llŷr Williams © Hannan Images | p. 56 Kinan Azmeh © Martina Novak | p.57 Stéphane Wrembel<br />

© Djemil Matassov | p. 58 Nicolas Altstaedt © Marco Borggreve | p.58 Les Rugissants © Alexandre De Bellefeuille | p.58 Pablo Márquez © Kevin<br />

Seddiki | p.58 Nicolas Altstaedt © Marco Borggreve | p.58 Pablo Márquez © Kevin Seddiki | p. 59 Pierre Hantaï © Philippe Matsas | p.60 Stéphane<br />

Tétreault and Valérie Milot © Luc Robitaille; Frédérik Robitaille<br />

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Rate 5 $24 $21 $13 $18 $17<br />

COMPLETE CANTATAS OF J.S. BACH • YEAR 7 p. 11<br />

Starting at $40 per ticket<br />

7 concerts - 30 %<br />

5 or 6 concerts - 25 %<br />

4 concerts - 20 %<br />

Special Rate<br />

$75<br />

Special Rate<br />

$100<br />

$75 $64 $39<br />

$100 $85 $52<br />

LES VIOLONS DU ROY p. 15<br />

Starting at $44 per ticket<br />

7 concerts - 30 %<br />

5 or 6 concerts - 25 %<br />

4 concerts - 20 %<br />

Lectures $10 Free Free<br />

Family Sundays<br />

Under 5: Free<br />

Ages 5 to 15: $12<br />

16 and over: $24<br />

À LA CARTE<br />

Obtain a 25% discount starting at 6 concerts, and a 30% discount starting at 10 concerts when bought<br />

simultaneously. See Rates on left.<br />

Group Rate<br />

A 15% discount on the General Public rate is available<br />

for groups of 15 people or more.<br />

Send your request to sallebourgie@mbamtl.org.<br />

Cinéma du Musée card holders benefit from the Museum Members Rate.<br />

SAFE CONCERTS FOR ALL:<br />

COVID-19 INFORMATION<br />

TO BUY TICKETS<br />

Due to the current circumstances,<br />

please note that <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s<br />

programming is subject to change.<br />

In case of concert cancellations, it is<br />

possible to obtain either a full refund<br />

or a credit which may be applied to<br />

another concert at a later date.<br />

Our ticket exchange policy has<br />

been attenuated to allow for the<br />

postponement of a visit to <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall.<br />

An adapted seating plan ensures that<br />

a safe distance is maintained between<br />

audience members.<br />

As of September 1, <strong>2021</strong>, a vaccine<br />

passport will be required to access<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall.<br />

To learn about all the most recent<br />

sanitary measures in place, please<br />

consult our Guidelines for Audience<br />

members at bourgiehall.ca<br />

Online<br />

bourgiehall.ca<br />

By phone 514 285-2000, option 1<br />

1 800 899-6873<br />

Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.<br />

GENERAL INFORMATION:<br />

Proof of age or Museum Membership<br />

card is required for admission with<br />

reduced-rate tickets.<br />

All prices include service charges<br />

and taxes.<br />

All discounts applied on the General<br />

Public Rate.<br />

Discounts are not cumulative and<br />

cannot be combined with other offers<br />

or promotions.<br />

All discounts are calculated excluding<br />

taxes and service charges.<br />

In Person<br />

At the <strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall ticket counter<br />

(one hour before concerts)<br />

À la carte rates apply to the simultaneous<br />

purchase of different concerts.<br />

Performers, programmes, dates,<br />

and prices are subject to change<br />

without notice.<br />

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SEATING PLAN<br />

BALCONY<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

STAGE<br />

BOURGIE HALL<br />

Claire and Marc <strong>Bourgie</strong> Pavilion<br />

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts<br />

1339 Sherbrooke Street West<br />

Bus #24: stop at De la Montagne<br />

Metro: Guy-Concordia, Peel, or Lucien-L’Allier<br />

Doors open one hour before<br />

each concert.<br />

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Accessibility<br />

<strong>Bourgie</strong> Hall’s main entrance and<br />

Orchestra level are accessible by<br />

wheelchair. The balcony is not.<br />

Salon Configuration<br />

In order to ensure an optimal proximity<br />

between the artist and audience<br />

members, certain concerts are given<br />

in a “Salon” configuration. In these<br />

cases, seating is not assigned.


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