Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
Four songs arranged by Serouj Kradjian
Rhapsody for strings
Zartir Nazeli: Arise, Graceful One
3 songs arranged by Aslamazian
3 songs arranged by Serouj Kradjian
Source: McGill Chamber Orchestra
Baritone Vincent Ranallo is renowned for his expressive and expansive performances. Here, he presents
a recital of French cantatas from the first half of the 17th century that set to music the furioso adventures of gods, goddesses, and heroes of mythology. Passion and excess in the intimate surroundings of an aristocratic salon await you.
Hour-long concert with commentary, no intermission.
At the Museum, we firmly believe that people are never too old to learn and grow through art and culture!
Every Thursday, people aged 65 and over can enjoy free access to our encyclopaedic collections as well as a plethora of free activities designed especially for them. While these various activities are self-contained, when combined they offer an opportunity to explore every aspect of your creativity.
Ranging from guided tours of the featured collection to art workshops, our varied programming has something for everyone.
F. SCHUBERT: SONATE EN LA MINEUR, D. 821 « ARPEGGIONE »
E. BLOCH: FROM JEWISH LIFE
L. V. BEETHOVEN: GRANDE FUGUE, OP. 133
I Musici de Montréal
Jean-Marie Zeitouni, conductor
Matt Haimovitz, cello
For its season closing, I Musici brings you on a journey covering a wide palette of emotions. The exceptional cellist and musical pioneer Matt Haimovitz revisits Schubert’s famous Arpeggione Sonata, followed by a performance of From Jewish Life, a musical exploration of the Jewish spirit. A traveller’s sightings and impressions are then portrayed in Viatore for string orchestra. And, to conclude a vibrant season, I Musici’s fearless musicians take on Beethoven’s monumental Grosse Fuge orchestrated by Jean-Marie Zeitouni.
Photo credits: David Cruleigh, Steph Mackinnon
Tickets: I Musici de Montréal
Sisters Katia and Marielle Labèque, world-famous for their symbiotic and energetic playing, present a concert version of their album Invocations, which appeared in November 2016 on the Deutsche Grammophon label. The recording features versions for two pianos of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Debussy’s Six Épigraphes antiques. For this closing concert of the series, the power of the piano is showcased in all its glory.