Sure, you can come to CAMMAC’s Music Centre to make music— but you can also come to listen to music as well! In fact, CAMMAC offers a series of professional concerts, during the Musical Sundays Festival— an event for those attending the summer programme but open to all!

Concerts start at 11am and are followed by a brunch.

Seniors, students* and children: check out our special prices!

*18 to 24 years old, inclusively

CAMMAC adult members (25 to 64 years old inclusively): obtain your special discount code by email: communications@cammac.ca

New in 2018 ! Lodging is available (Saturday night)  at the beautiful Hôtel Lac Carling  located 20 minutes from CAMMAC. Call the hotel directly to book a room at special rate negotiated by CAMMAC  1 844 922-7546 ou 450 533-5468. Mention the Musical Sundays Festival and CAMMAC to get the special rate!


To take advantage of our special prices, purchase your tickets before June 15th!

New in 2018 ! Escapade in the Laurentians!

We offer a shuttle service from Montreal.

On Sundays, the shuttle will leave Montreal at 8:30 am. The gathering point is 500 Ste Catherine East (in front of Librairie Archambault at the corner of Berri and Ste-Catherine)

Departure from CAMMAC at 2:30pm

60 $/ ticket. Tickets are non-refundable. They include the shuttle, the concert and the brunch.

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1st of July – Dance, early music and traditional arts: a celebration of music and good company!

Come enjoy an intriguing fusion of traditional arts with dance and early music. You will see and hear sarabandes and 18th Century baroque gigues alongside traditional jigs and reels from Québec. To these are added traditional and historical songs. The performers are renowned Baroque dancer, Anne-Marie Gardette; the fantastic jig dancer, Pierre Chartrand; and their very talented oldest son, Alexis Chartrand on violin. For this special event, they will also be joined by Alexis’ two sisters: Lysandre (voice), Rosalie (jigs), and Louis-Philippe Pharand (voice, accordion, flute). An extraordinary show with dancing, music and song!


July 8 – Alliage Quintet: original blends on the menu!
In partnership with Ottawa’s Music and Beyond Festival

Alliage Quintet is one of the most creative and successful saxophone ensembles in the world. Its characteristics are not only a huge diversity in style but also a blending of different epochs and ways of playing. Founded by Quebecer Daniel Gauthier, the ensemble is based in Germany and plays regularly all over the world.

July 15 – Julie Nesrallah and Caroline Leonardelli

Music like a summer breeze
Host of the CBC’s flagship classical music program “Tempo” on Radio 2, Julie Nesrallah is also a superb mezzo-soprano. She and harpist Caroline Leonardelli have recorded many CDs and perform regularly together. A concert of beautiful music for voice and harp that’s perfect for a summer morning!

July 22 – Utrecht String Quartet
The string quartet reinvented
In partnership with Ottawa’s Music and Beyond Festival

The Utrecht String Quartet is known internationally for its versatile and dynamic approach. Its musical world is borderless and boundless, and its musicians tackle all the works in the string quartet repertoire while avoiding any hint of treating them like museum exhibits. The members of the Utrecht String Quartet have gained a formidable reputation in the world of music and embark on frequent international tours.

July 29 – ¡Maravillosa España!

Voice, dance and guitar unite to evoke the flavours, exuberance and subtleties of Spain. With singer Frédérique Drolet, flamenco dancer Aurélie Brunelle and guitarist Michel Beauchamp, you will be seduced by passionate melodies and fiery Iberian rhythms. This concert will plunge you into the music of Spain and transport you to the very heart of it.

5 August – High-voltage virtuosity
Bev&Marc DUO
With CAMMAC’s Artist in Residence, Marc Djokic and superstar percussionist Beverley Johnston

The BEV & MARC DUO combines percussion and strings to offer a new performance dynamic to the audience. There is a strong visual and aural presence resulting from two unique approaches to playing two very different instruments. With 2017 Prix Goyer Winner and violin virtuoso Marc Djokic, and one of North America’s superstar percussionists, Beverley Johnston, BEV & MARC perform popular marimba and violin repertoire and also adapt and arrange other pieces for uncommon instrumentation that even includes the musical saw!

August 12 – Mimi Blais, The Queen of Ragtime

Mimi Blais is a pianist, composer, comedienne and arranger known internationally for her specialization in ragtime music. Classically trained and equally at home with folk, jazz, blues and tango, she has performed as a soloist, accompanist, and as a featured performer in many cabaret shows. A great way to celebrate Scott Joplin’s 150th birthday!

The Gesualdo Six


Ensemble singing passionates
For their first Canadian Tour, The Gesualdo Six perform at CAMMAC

The Gesualdo Six is a vocal consort comprised of some of the UK’s finest young consort singers. Formed in March 2014 for a performance of Gesualdo’s Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge, the group further developed a passion for ensemble singing that for many of them stemmed from formative years as choristers in churches and cathedrals around the country. The recent release of their debut recording on Hyperion Records has been receiving excellent reviews.

This concert is not included in the summer 2018 concert passport. Tickets are sold separately.

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Enjoy concerts— showcasing classic music, Jazz, celtic music, chamber music, and many more— at the magnificent Lucy Hall located at the CAMMAC Music Centre. Come listen to music at CAMMAC – an experience like no other!