Lachine Classical Music Festival / Festival de musique de Lachine

Enjoy 9 classical music concerts of great quality and accessible to all. Immerse yourself in the harmony!

The rich heritage of the Lachine Classical Music Festival includes 45 years of existence and more than 500 concerts featuring over 6,000 artists and musicians. The festival continues with a program of undeniable quality, great variety, and unique originality.

For two weeks every July, Lachine and the Montreal area resonate to the rhythm of the Festival de musique de Lachine.

Free admission (suggested donation 10$).

Händel: Acis and Galatea

For the first time at the Festival, Handel’s operatic masterpiece featuring a series of stunning artists.

Ensemble Caprice
Ensemble vocal Arts-Québec
Mathias Maute, director
Acis: Laurence Kilsby, Tenor
Galatea: Magali Simard-Galdès, Soprano
Damon: Thomas Vinals, Tenor
Polyphemus: Matthew Li, Bass

July 8th at 7:30pm
Église Annunziata 4360 Rue Broadway, Lachine

Lachine Music Festival - Nos hommages monsieur Poulenc

Nos hommages monsieur Poulenc

Discover the incredible universe of the great composer Francis Poulenc by renowned musicians.

Olivier Godin, piano
Stéphane Fontaine, clarinette
Olivier Bergeron, baritone
Lawrence Kilsby, tenor

July 11th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

Charles Richard-Hamelin & the Andara Quatuor

Charles Richard Hamelin, Quatuor Andara and the Brahms quintet – a dream trio!

Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano
Quatuor Andara (2 violin, alto and cello)

July 13th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

Lachine Music Festival - TransfigurationTransfiguration

Transfiguration, the new and acclaimed concert-experience featuring the duo Tétreault-Milot – with lighting and projections!

Stéphane Tétreault, cello
Valérie Milot, harp

July 14th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

Trio des Collines

The Festival début of this spectacular, new Canadian trio.

Juan Gabriel Olivares, clarinet
Carson Becke, piano
Cameron Crozman, cello

July 15th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

L’intégrale des mélodies de Duparc: 175th anniversary

The unforgettable songs of Henri Duparc performed by three legendary artists from Québec.

Michèle Losier, mezzo
Hugo Laporte, baritone
Olivier Godin, piano

July 17th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

Lachine Music Festival - Trio de l’ÎleTrio de l’Île

The fantastic Trio de l’Île celebrates the 150th anniversary of Sergei Rachmaninov’s birth with a program featuring the two piano trios.

Patil Harboyan, piano
Uliana Drugova, violon
Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy, cello

July 18th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

The height of Romanticism

The music of Mendelssohn and Brahms performed by Andara and Antonin Cuerrier.

Quatuor Andara (2 violin, alto, cello)
Antonin Cuerrier, clarinet

July 20th at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

Olivier Messiaen : Harawi, chant d’amour et de mort

The Festival début of the incredible Simone McIntosh, 1st Prize winner of the Montreal International Musical Competition in 2022

Simone McIntosh, mezzo-soprano
Rachael Kerr, piano

July 22nd at 7:30pm
L’Entrepôt 2901, boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine

INTRODUCTORY TALK BY RICHARD TURP – 15 minutes before each concert

Richard Turp lectures widely, including for L’Opéra de Montréal, the McGill Chamber Orchestra, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Montreal Chamber Music Festival, the Institut d’études méditerranéennes de Montréal, the Italian Institute of Culture, CAMMAC and The Wagner Society. He has hosted two editions of the Opera Canada Awards Gala, The Rubies. Richard Turp has written many programmes notes for musical organisations and record companies and has been a frequent collaborator for such periodicals as Opera Canada, Opera Now and Bachtrack. He was The Gazette’s music critic during Arthur Kaptainis’ sabbatical. Richard Turp has taught at McGill University, UQAM, Université de Sherbrooke, and Université de Montréal where he gave vocal literature courses. He has presented many seminars on French vocal repertoire, including at the Conservatoire de Québec and at Ottawa and Carleton universities. Richard Turp has been invited to give masterclasses in such prestigious institutions as l’Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal and the Royal Academy of Music in London, UK.

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