For those looking for a soothing musical outing outside of the F1 frenzy this week , you may want to turn your attention to these incredible up-coming classical shows , part of the Montreal Chamber Music Festival that are coming up.


Gregory Charles’s Montreal premiere, L’Air du Temps

The Montreal Chamber Music Festival opens its 2019 season with a spectacular concert event: a one-man show by the incredibly versatile and talented Gregory Charles

For its Montreal premiere, L’Air du Temps takes a bilingual look back upon the past 250 years of western music, from Baroque to hip-hop and from the French Revolution to the digital revolution.

 Hear a variety of catchy songs from Coldplay ,  Piaf to even Beethoven !

This one-of-a-kind evening, led with gusto and good humor by Gregory , will take place at Pollack Hall on Friday, June 7 at 8 p.m.


Gregory Charles: L’Air du Temps

Friday, June 7th, 8 p.m.

Pollack Hall, McGill University, 555 Sherbrooke Street West

$50 Regular | $20 Students /   under 12 free admission

VIP tickets at $85 include a reception with Gregory Charles following the concert

514-489-7444 | festivalmontreal.org

L’Air du Temps opens the 24th anniversary season of the Montreal Chamber Music Festival. Under the title ‘Beethoven chez nous !”  , the festival includes a program that highlights thecomplete Beethoven Violin Sonatas performed over three evenings by 2019 Grammy winner James Ehnes and the nine Beethoven Symphonies as transcribed for solo piano by Franz Liszt, performed by six outstanding pianists from around the world !


Also from June 11 to the 15th this is your chance to hear for FREE, BMO’s Hottest Classical Artists Under 30!

This series of five free noon hour concerts held at Bourgie Hall , will featured talented young performers who are the making their mark in the musical world.

For more details on the Festival

please visit :  

www.festivalmontreal.org