CAMMAC – Montreal offers many activities for amateur musicians all year round. Come and share the joy of making music!
The committee has prepared a varied program for this season. Waiting to see our regulars and welcome newcomers. To make our region more active, we welcome your ideas and suggestions. We need contact information to organize one-day workshops such as: folk, jazz, strings, winds, orchestra etc … You can communicate at any time with one of the members of the committee.
Location: Vanier College Campus, Main Entrance, 821 Ste. Croix Ave., Room: A-250, St-Laurent (Metro du Collège)
Day: Sunday afternoons, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $7.00 for CAMMAC members, $10.00 for others.
Note: Parking: Vanier’s Security will no longer be issuing passes for parking so please park on the street or close to the Church next door. Sorry for this inconvenience.
For information/reservation: Carolyn Adams: 514-695-8610 or
September 18, 2016
Conductor — Dr. Sebastien Lauriault
Composer — Mozart
Works – Mozart Vespers and Missa Solemnis
SATB and Orchestra.
Vespers – trumpets, violins, cello and bass
Missa Solemnis – trumpets, oboes and strings
Sebastien Lauriault studied orchestra conducting with Maestro Raffi Armenian at the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec in Montreal, where he received the Prize in Orchestra Conducting in 2001. He also studied musical analysis with Serge Provost and his dissertation in this discipline, covering the work of Gilles Tremblay, Fleuves, won him the Prix du Conservatoire in 1998. He also studied choral conducting with the Maestro Louis Lavigueur. Sebastien Lauriault first began his musical studies in violin before turning to writing music and orchestration under the supervision of Jacques Faubert, graduating from the Conservatory in that discipline. He was actively involved in CAMMAC, where he served as an instructor and director. Sebastien Lauriault led the CAMMAC-Montreal Symphony Orchestra for seven years, with which he presented W. A. Mozart’s Requiem and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. From 2000 to 2006, he also served as musical director of the Theatre lyrique de la Montérégie with which he presented several operettas and made a number of tours in France. He was musical director of the Choeur de la Montagne (Beloeil) where he presented Giacomo Puccini’s Messa di Gloria and Johannes Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem.