Eroica ! A tribute to
our Health Care heroes

The OCM welcomes 200 health care workers to the Maison symphonique

May 23, 2022

The Orchestre classique de Montréal (OCM) will conclude its 82nd season with a tribute to health care workers, conducted by Jacques Lacombe, on Friday May 27, 2022 at 8 pm at the Maison symphonique. In this addition to the company’s regular programming, several Canadian opera stars and the talented pianist Jean-Philippe Sylvestre will accompany the OCM in an all-Beethoven programme.

Thanks to the generous support of the evening’s sponsor, Medicom, the OCM will invite 200 health care workers from the Centre hospitalier de l’Univesité de Montréal (CHUM) and the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) to the concert free of charge and will pay tribute to them.

“It is with great emotion that we are organising this last concert of the season to highlight the real heroes of our society who have been working tirelessly and taking care of us for more than two years!” says Taras Kulish, General Director of the OCM.

This concert will also be an opportunity to hear several musicians selected through the Canimex Mentorship Program, supported by the Canimex Group and RBC Foundation. The thirteen students from the Faculty of Music of the Université de Montréal will join the orchestra for this great concert.


Symphony no.3, op. 55, EROICA by Beethoven
Choral Fantasy, op. 80 by Beethoven

Jean-Philippe Sylvestre, pianist
Suzanne Taffot, soprano
Jacqueline Woodley, soprano
Rose Naggar-Tremblay, mezzo-soprano
Emmanuel Hasler, tenor
Matthew Dalen, tenor
Jean-Philippe Mc Clish, baritone
Les Filles de l’île and Les Chantres musiciens, choirs

Jacques Lacombe, musical director
Evgenii Sakmarov, assistant conductor

Tickets: $25 – $149.99
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Images courtesy of l’Orchestre classique de Montréal

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The Orchestre classique de Montréal (OCM), previously named the McGill Chamber Orchestra, became one of Canada’s most established chamber orchestras, touring five continents, recording extensively, and appearing regularly on radio and television. The OCM is a vibrant, innovative, and flexible ensemble consisting of the city’s best professional musicians presenting concerts throughout the year and now in residence at the Salle Pierre-Mercure. orchestre.ca 

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