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COMMUNITY | Jeunesses musicales Canada unveils a program of 12 concerts in Montreal

A COLORFUL SEASON
LAUNCH OF THE 2022-2023 SEASON OF THE JOSEPH-ROULEAU HALL

The Musical Youth Canada are proud to unveil the program for their 73rd season at Salle Joseph-Rouleau at Maison André-Bourbeau. From October, the JM Canada invite the public to a rich and colorful musical journey with 12 concerts for young and old as part of the Concerts apéritif and Concertinos famille.

Aperitif concerts

Six Thursday evenings in the season, the best up-and-coming musicians play a sixty to seventy-five minute commented program without intermission. Unless otherwise specified, the public is expected from 6 p.m. to enjoy a free glass of wine selected and offered by our partner RéZin, just before each concert, which begins at 7 p.m.

The artist in residence, Meagan Milatz, invites the public to travel with her and her accomplices with three unique concerts: Voices from Eastern Europe, presented on October 20, 2022 with violinist Isabella D’Éloize, will explore the sounds of Eastern Europe; Hungarian Mosaics, presented on November 17, 2022 with violinist Andrew Wan and clarinetist Todd Cope, will invite the audience to discover the musical landscape of Hungary; on December 1, 2022, Meagan Milatz offers an exploration of music written for solo piano in the 19th century with The Romantic Piano.

On January 26, 2023, cellist Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy and guitarist Renaud Côté-Giguère will mark the 100th anniversary of Astor Piazzolla, this great composer to the sounds of his greatest inspirations, with the concert Tribute to Piazzolla.

On February 23, 2023, an ode to nature with Between heaven and earth will be presented by clarinettist Louis-Benoît Caron, accompanied by pianist Julien Leblanc.

Then, on March 30, 2023, to end the season, the Rolston String Quartet, composed of Luri Lee and Jason Issokson on violin, Hezekiah Leung on viola and Peter Eom on cello, will offer Renowned quarteta journey through various well-known string quartet pieces.

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Family Concertinos

From the age of 3, young music lovers can let themselves be seduced by the Concertino families with six theatrical and educational concerts that will give them the opportunity to learn about the flute, the lute, the clarinet and electroacoustic music. A great variety to explore the possibilities of music. These concerts are presented on Sundays at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

On October 23 and 30, 2022, just in time for Halloween, the concert The bewitched pot will explore the different sounds, sometimes funny, sometimes frightening, produced with percussion instruments and the voice with the witch Oups-Patatras.

Then, on December 4 and 11, 2022, The Great Christmas Ball with its mocking penguins and Christmas songs will put young and old in the holiday spirit.

Mozart’s recreation, on February 12, 2023, will then add a bit of fantasy with an unruly young Mozart. Then, the concert Les Athlètes de la flûte à recorder will amaze the public on March 19, 2023 with their Olympic address and their panoply of recorders.

On April 16, 2023, the concert The lute, the friend of kings will transport children to the courts of France, England and Denmark to introduce them to an instrument that looks like an oriental jewel.

Finally, presented on May 14, 2023, at 10 a.m. only, Zoom-Boom-Boom will offer toddlers an introduction to electroacoustic music through Sam’s imaginary world where everything becomes music.

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