Every Sunday, for 8 weeks throughout the summer, the CAMMAC Music Centre presents a variety of vocal and instrumental performances featuring an exciting lineup of internationally renowned artists, followed by a hearty brunch.

Here are 5 great reasons spend to come and enjoy a day of music and brunch by the lake:

1. Enjoy music and brunch by the lake…

The CAMMAC Music Centre is located on the shores of beautiful Lake MacDonald in Harrington, Québec. The magnificent forested property is yours to discover for the day!


1. Hear world-class performers perform up close in an intimate venue…

From classical, to jazz, world music and cabaret, CAMMAC’s 200 seat concert hall has music for everyone this summer. Coming up in August:

July 31 – Kate Wyatt Jazz Quartet
Kate Wyatt – piano, Lex French – trumpet, Jim Doxas – percussion, Adrian Vedady – bass

August 7 – Nicolas Ellis & Friends: Dvořák’s Piano Quintet No. 2 in A major
Nicolas Ellis – piano, Julie Triquet – violin 1, Nathalie Camus – violin 2, Cynthia Blanchon – viola, David Ellis – cello

August 14 – Mireille Asselin: From Classical to Cabaret
Mireille Asselin – soprano, Frédéric Lacroix – piano, Julian Armour  – cello

August 21 – Musical Fusions: Klezmer and more
Elvira Misbakhova  – viola, Simon Aldrich – clarinet, Meagan Milatz – piano


3. Sunday brunch has never sounded so good…

Laurentian summer weekends are even more enjoyable when you treat yourself to CAMMAC’s famous all-you-can-eat brunch, while enjoying the spectacular views of Lake MacDonald from the dining room and deck.


4. Discover more of what CAMMAC has to offer…

Sharing musical experiences among friends and family at CAMMAC has been a tradition for amateur musicians since 1953! If you sing or play an instrument, or think you might like to learn, ask us about our immersive music camp programs (intergenerational summer camp weeks, Thanksgiving weekend, Spring Break, Bach+ May Weekend and more).


5. Explore the region…

Argenteuil is the Laurentians best-kept secret! Whether your interests are cultural, gastronomical or adventure-based, the region is filled with attractions and activities that will have you coming back for more. Why not make a weekend of it and plan to enjoy golf, white-water rafting, ropes courses, spas, great cuisine and microbreweries, art galleries, artist studio tours, flea markets, farmer’s markets, historical tours, museums, great places to stay that offer activity packages, and so much more!


To find out more about the Musical Sundays Concert Series, visit our website at cammac.ca