This summer, immerse yourself in the sounds of world-class, live performances featuring internationally renowned musicians at the CAMMAC Music Centre.
The Musical Sundays Concert Series showcases a diverse range of genres, including classical, jazz, Broadway, folk music, and more. With 8 concerts scheduled throughout the summer, there’s something new to discover each week.
Sunday Brunch has never sounded so good…
Make your Laurentian summer weekend even more enjoyable by treating yourself to CAMMAC’s famous all-you-can-eat brunch, while enjoying the spectacular view of Lake MacDonald from our dining room and terrace. A delicious selection of freshly-prepared dishes is offered, to suit every taste.
Relax while enjoying live music in a beautiful setting…
Make a day of it and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with family, friends, or on your own. After brunch, enjoy the lake, explore the local trails, or visit one of the many attractions in the region.
Purchase your tickets online today and prepare to be enchanted by the beauty of the Laurentians and the mesmerizing sounds of live music by the lake at the CAMMAC Music Centre.
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS FOR THE 2023 SEASON OF THE MUSICAL SUNDAYS CONCERT SERIES:
Spaces are limited so be sure to purchase your tickets online in advance.
A limited number of tickets may be available to purchase on the day of the concert, so to be sure to reserve your spot we ask that you purchase your tickets online at least 3 days before the event.
(12 and under)
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Sunday July 2, 2023 – Marc Hervieux
Sunday July 2, 2023 – Marc Hervieux
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Events from July 9 to August 20, 2023
Events from July 9 to August 20, 2023
You can also purchase tickets by phone by calling Customer Service: 819-687-3938 / 1-888-622-8755, ext. 25.
Please note that we are receiving an unusually high volume of calls at the moment, and call-back times are much longer than usual, so we ask that you purchase your tickets online by preference.
IMPORTANT: Please do not come to CAMMAC if you have symptoms of Covid-19. Anyone arriving with symptoms will not be admitted.
Sunday July 2, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Marc Hervieux in concert: an intimate performance
Experience an intimate voice and piano recital with tenor Marc Hervieux as he takes you on a journey through the great classics of French, English, Spanish, and Italian songs.
Known for his charismatic stage presence and magnificent voice, he will delight the audience with songs from his albums Nostalgia 1 and 2. Prepare to relive the timeless melodies of renowned artists such as Charles Aznavour, Neil Diamond, Kenny Rogers, Elvis, Engelbert Humperdinck, Willie Nelson, Perry Como, and many more.
“I already had an album in mind, but the pandemic changed its form a bit. In April 2020, after a few weeks of forced downtime, I was sitting in my family room at home and suddenly, I saw myself as a young child listening to my parents’ records on the family stereo. Overwhelmed with nostalgia, I immediately wanted to revisit these songs, with humility and without reinventing them!”, comments Marc Hervieux. “Going back in time and reliving my childhood for the duration of a few songs, a time when I could have never imagined experiencing a year like the one we are all living through now.”
Sunday July 9, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Phaeton Piano Trio
The Phaeton Piano Trio unites three top German artists of international standing, Friedemann Eichhorn (violin), Peter Hörr (cello) and Florian Uhlig (piano), to form one of the most exciting chamber music trios on the international concert scene.
As successful soloists for over twenty years, they are at home on the big stages in Europe, overseas and Asia and have performed in major European and American music capitals. The Phaeton Piano Trio made its debut in the USA in 2020 with concerts at the Library of Congress, Washington and the Frick Collection, New York. In 2023 and 2024, the Phaeton Piano Trio will tour the USA again, and for the first time in 2023, they will also perform in Canada. The trio has a large repertoire ranging from Haydn, Beethoven, Dvorak to Wolfgang Rihm. In 2023/2024, they plan to record French piano trios by Saint-Saens, Fauré, and Huré.
“…one of the most exciting piano trios on the international concert scene.” – Rheinzeitung, Bad Kreuznach
“…the playing by the Phaeton was everything one could hope for. The three gentlemen seized our imagination with the urgency of their opening phrases. The flow of music from the keyboard underscores lambent sounds from the violin and cello; everything melds into a rich blend, which has the emotional pull of Olde World style and grace. My companion and I were soon swept into that world by the Phaeton’s inspired – and inspiring – playing.” – Oberon (NYC)
Sunday July 16, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Daniel Gauthier, soprano saxophone
Miguel Valles Mateu, alto saxophone
Simon Hamrath, tenor saxophone
Sebastian Pottmeier, baritone saxophone
Jang Eun Bae, piano
Winners of two Echo-Klassik prizes, “Alliage” is a most charming alloy of four saxophones and a piano.
Unique to this ensemble is their ability to create the illusion of a large orchestra. The melodic and expressive-sounding saxophones combine with the orchestral fullness of a piano to create a listening experience of the highest quality. The quintet was founded by Quebec native Daniel Gauthier, currently the only professor for classical saxophone in Germany (Hochschule für Musik, Cologne) and the ensemble‘s leader and soprano. He is joined by three of today’s best soloists on saxophone: Miguel Valles Mateu, alto; Simon Hamrath, tenor; and Sebastian Pottmeier, baritone. The quintet is completed by the Korean pianist Jang Eun Bae, an experienced and well-versed chamber musician.
Sunday July 23, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Music and Dance on a Quebec-Celtic Theme
Pierre Chartrand, dance
Bronwyn Thies-Thompson, vocals
Alexis Chartrand, violin
Nicolas Babineau, violin and guitar
Get ready to experience a toe-tapping hour of Québec-Celtic “Trad” music and dance!
Celebrated dancer Pierre Chartrand will raise the roof with jigs, reels and more, accompanied by the eclectic fusion of expressive vocals and vibrant rhythms of Bronwyn Thies-Thompson (soprano), Alexis Chartrand on violin, and Nicolas Babineau on violin and guitar.
The artists thank the Conseil des arts de Montréal for its financial support.
Sunday July 30, 2023 – 11 a.m.
The World is Jazz!
Guillaume Martineau Trio
Guillaume Martineau, piano
Éric Lagacé, double bass
Mark Nelson, drums
Pianist Guillaume Martineau has established a reputation for his ability to highlight the fluid boundary between classical and jazz genres.
Along with Éric Lagacé (former bassist for Oliver Jones) and drummer Mark Nelson, his trio has been very active on the Montreal jazz scene for nearly a decade. Showcasing a diverse range of world music styles, their performance at CAMMAC will feature a selection of jazz standards including Duke Ellington’s Caravan and Jobim’s bossas (Desafinado), as well as Latin compositions (Poinciana), Afro-Cuban rhythms (Afro-Blue), klezmer melodies (Bei mir bist du schön), and more.
“Guillaume Martineau’s musical universe is diverse and constantly evolving. He is a curious and versatile musician who accumulates experiences while remaining true to his passions.”
Sunday August 6, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Experience a magical celebration of musical theatre with the Montreal-based trio of Chris Barillaro, Jonathan Patterson, and Lisa Forget.
From songs they have performed in shows to songs they wish they had sung, this multi-talented trio will take you on a musical journey that will put a smile on your face from ear to ear.
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Sunday August 13, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Twenty Fingers and a Piano
With twenty fingers and one piano, a concert by the Fortin-Poirier Duo is a performance of two minds, four hands, and… thousands of notes!
Wherever they go, the Fortin-Poirier Duo shines a spotlight on the art of piano duets. But above all, their performance is a testament to the close bond shared by two great friends, who captivate audiences with their colorful and dynamic show. Join the pianists on a journey through a selection of their favorite works!
Regarded as one of Canada’s most active and exceptional duos of their generation, the Fortin-Poirier Duo is known for its outstanding musical chemistry, as well as the deep sensitivity and remarkable rapport between its two performers. Since 2005, Amélie Fortin and Marie-Christine Poirier have brought the art of piano duets to thousands of listeners with their dynamic and unconventional approach.
Sunday August 20, 2023 – 11 a.m.
Luce e Ombra, Antonio Vivaldi
Myriam Leblanc, soprano
Grégoire Jeay, flutes
Antoine Malette-Chénier, harp
Chloé Dominguez, baroque cello
To close the Musical Sundays Concert Series, Ensemble Mirabilia will perform Luce e Ombra (Light and Shadow), a collection of works by Antonio Vivaldi that captures the contrasting elements and wide range of emotions present in Vivaldi’s work.
Founded by soprano Myriam Leblanc and flutist Grégoire Jeay, Ensemble Mirabilia also includes harpist Antoine Malette-Chénier and baroque cellist Mélisande Corriveau. The ensemble’s vocal dimension is masterfully performed by Myriam Leblanc, whose growing reputation, exceptional voice, and vivacious performance style never fail to touch audiences, effectively conveying the message of the great composers of the past. Mirabilia’s aim is to promote primarily baroque music played on period instruments, while also occasionally exploring music from older or more contemporary times arranged for their ensemble. Embracing a broad musical horizon allows them to present a repertoire that will resonate with audiences of all backgrounds and ages, while remaining firmly rooted in the realm of classical music.
“The voice is the star: it is pure, crystalline and captivating for these qualities. The publication is therefore crucial for this: it draws our full attention to Myriam Leblanc as an eminent artist of the young generation of singers revealed in recent years.” – The Canadian, January 2021
CAMMAC is a proud member of La Route des Concerts.
La Route des Concerts was created to allow music lovers, sophisticated or otherwise, or even outing enthusiasts, to discover the array of classical concert music on offer, mainly in rural areas and in often little-known venues. The very personality of these venues – some of which are heritage sites – as well as the itineraries to access them, punctuated by unique stops make for the most enchanting detours.
The 2023 Musical Sundays Concert Series has been made possible, in part, with the gracious support from Niche Assurances.
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