Jeunesses Musicales Canada (JMC) are proud to welcome music lovers to their Happy Hour Concerts, a golden opportunity to hear the best emerging artists in the classical world in a casual atmosphere, while sipping on a glass of wine after work.
Attendees are invited to attend a pre-concert cockyail and try a selection of RéZin wines from 6:15 p.m. at Joseph Rouleau Hall , located at 305, Avenue du Mont-Royal Est, in Montréal, just a few steps from the Mont-Royal metro station.
Following the wine reception at 7 pm will be a fabulous 1 hour concert , including commentary by the artists, in a intimate venue with impeccable acoustics.T
Hidden Treasures, March 13, 2019 at 6:15 will feature
Michel-Alexandre Broekaert, piano
Nuné Melik, violin
Armenian music remains a deep mystery despite having been in development for over a thousand years .
This concert is a celebration of the creativity and resilience of the Armenian people, whose music bears the mark of both the genocide and the country’s folklore. Accompanied by Michel-Alexandre Broekaert on the piano, violinist Nuné Melik will present the fruits of her quest to share the music of her people. This expressive duo will lead spectators to discover Armenia’s rich and intense musical repertoire.h
In Sounds & Scenery, Duo Kalysta will perform works directly inspired by scenes in nature and art, as well as share the unique stories behind each one of them. This program features classic repertoire for the flute and harp while also highlighting a few remarkable works by Canadian composers, including R. Murray Schafer and Jocelyn Morlock.
Jeunesses Musicales Canada Jeunesses Musicales Canada (JMC) is a talent incubator that boosts the careers of the best emerging artists, while helping to bring classical music to audiences of all ages. Today, JMC seasons include over 1,200 musical activities presented across Canada, ranging from high-calibre concerts to exciting musical activities for young audiences.
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Ballets Jazz Montreal ( Montreal Jazz Ballets) are happy to present their latest dynamic piece ‘ DANCE ME” created with the company Danse Danse ; a grandiose and multidisciplinary show freely inspired by Canadian composer Leonard Cohen’s masterly music.
After having welcomed nearly 90,000 spectators since the creation of the sold-out show in December 2017, the company will give 6 last performances on the stage of Théâtre Maisonneuve at Place des Arts in Montreal.
Poet, artist and songwriter , Leonard Cohen’s music transcends all ages. Dance Me is an approuved exploration of his body of work, under the artistic direction of Louis Robitaille and the strong and bold dramaturgy of Eric Jean, this riveting homage to the famed poet-singer-songwriter evokes the grand cycles of existence in five seasons, as described in Cohen’s deeply reflective music and poems.
Three internationally renowned choreographers were entrusted with putting movement to Cohen’s legendary songs: Andonis Foniadakis, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Ihsan Rustem. Their powerful and profound choreographic world reflective of Cohen’s singular work is brought to life by 14 BJM performing artists.