Happy Hour Concerts:
Sounds and Scenery
Jeunesses Musicales Canada invites music lovers to their Happy Hour Concerts
Jeunesses Musicales Canada (JMC) invites 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.
Starting at 6:15 pm, JMC partner RéZin offers a selection of wines. Then, at 7 pm, the audience is in for a little over an hour of music, including commentary by the artists, in an intimate venue with impeccable acoustics. Don’t miss this unique occasion, taking place at Joseph Rouleau Hall, located at 305 Mont-Royal E, in Montréal, just a few steps from the Mont-Royal metro station.
Jeunesses Musicales Canada (JMC) invites 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.
Sounds & Scenery
April 3, 2019
- Lara Deutsch, flute
- Emily Belvedere, harp
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.
Happy Hour Concerts
The Happy Hour Concerts are offered as part of the Concert Tour.
Happy Hour Concerts tickets
Unit price: $ 24 / $ 18 for 30 and under (taxes not included)
Subscription: $ 120 / $ 90 for 30 and under (taxes not included)
Tickets and information: Online Box Office or 514 845-4108, ext. 0
Salle Joseph-Rouleau at the Maison André-Bourbeau des JMC is located at 305 Mont-Royal E, in Montreal, just a stone’s throw from Metro Mont-Royal. Opening of the doors at 6 pm the day of the concert.
Images: Donald Robitaille OSA – Jeunesses Musicales Canada
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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.