Maison symphonique de Montréal presents

Les Cowboys Fringants’ Roaring OSM Return

After playing to full houses 6 nights at the Maison symphonique in 2018, Les Cowboys Fringants return to give another highly awaited concert with the OSM! Conductor Simon Leclerc’s symphonic adaptations of the vibrant songs by this beloved Quebec band, one of the most outstanding of its generation, promise a grandiose show. Book your evening: it’s sure to be a blast!

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal
Simon Leclerc, Conductor and symphonic adaptations

A graduate of Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal, Simon Leclerc studied at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal and quickly immersed himself into a multitude of musical spheres: from pop backup singer (Céline Dion) to musicals (Gala, Les Misérables), he quickly became a highly sought-after arranger-composer for Québec artists.

Les Cowboys Fringants (Karl Tremblay, Jean-François Pauzé, Marie-Annick Lépine, Jérôme Dupras)

Les Cowboys Fringants are a Quebec folk rock music group formed in Repentigny, Quebec, in the mid 1990’s.  They perform Québécois néo-trad music (modernized Quebec folk music with a country / rock flavour). They have an international following, especially in France, French-speaking Belgium and Switzerland. The band has won 17 Félix Awards and sold over 1 300 000 albums.

With the participation of Dominique Côté, baritone and Karina Gauvin, soprano

Tuesday, May 11 at 7:00pm (EDT) until May 25, 2021

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