Experience the magic of music and brunch by the lake!

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.


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)
$50.00 $40.00 $30.00
$35.00 $30.00 $20.00

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.


Sunday June 30, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Quatuor Cobalt


Guillaume Villeneuve, violon
Diane Bayard, violon
Clément Bufferne, alto
François Leclerc, violoncelle

Dedicated to exploring the repertoire for string quartet, the Quatuor Cobalt performs works that span a vast period, from the transitional period between the Baroque and Classical eras right up until the creation of contemporary works.

Always in search of new frontiers to cross, the members of the quartet journey through the ages, pairing knowledge and musical research historically accurate gut-stringed instruments and bows, while pushing back the limits of their sound by experimenting with unconventional techniques and electronic music. Artists-in-residence at the Historic Chapel of Bon-Pasteur for the 2022-2023 season, the Quatuor Cobalt performs regularly in prestigious Canadian concert halls such as Massey Hall and the Palais Montcalm.

Sunday July 7, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Tapestry – Postcards from France


Cristi Catt, soprano
Daniela Tosic, mezzo-soprano
James Falzone, clarinet
Jeremiah McLane, accordion
Owen Marshall, guitar, bouzouki and mandolin

Crisscrossing France from Auvergne to Provence, Brittany to Paris and beyond, Tapestry brings together a rich blend of Impressionism, folk roots, and a touch of jazz.

Along the way, they share Occitan folk songs that inspired Joseph Canteloube’s Chants D’Auvergne, paired with works of Gabriel Faure, Caesar Frank, Cecile Chaminade, French folk songs, dance tunes, Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf and more.

“The group is remarkable for beauty of sound, exact tuning and precision…an extraordinary blend, but the sound never dissolves into anonymity.”
– The Boston Globe

Sunday July 14, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Phaeton Piano Trio


Friedemann Eichhorn, violin
Peter Hörr, cello
Florian Uhlig, piano

The Phaeton Piano Trio features three top German artists of international standing, Friedemann Eichhorn, Peter Hörr and Florian Uhlig, who form one of the most exciting piano trios on the international concert scene.

As successful soloists for over twenty years, they are at home on the major stages of Europe, overseas and Asia, and have released numerous award-winning recordings. As a trio, they have performed in the major music capitals of Europe, South America and North America, including concerts at the Library of Congress in Washington, the Frick Collection in New York and the Fundación Beethoven in Santiago de Chile. The trio’s extensive repertoire ranges from Haydn, Beethoven and Dvořák to Wolfgang Rihm. In 2023, the Phaeton Piano Trio began recording piano trios by Saint-Saens, Fauré, and Huré.\

“This intensity fascinated from the very start. Every bow attack, every caesura, the formation of every tone along with the dialogue-like ensemble between violin and cello, and the pearl-like ease of the piano, all contributed to the impression that the trio not only shone as brilliant soloists, but that they joined to present an organic “sound body”. And thus the interpretation turned into a thrilling collective act.”
Westdeutsche Zeitung

Sunday July 21, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Annabelle Renzo – Soundscape


Enjoy a holistic concert experience with this program combining classical harp with hypnosis.

Within the depths of your imagination, awaken your senses to the music of Debussy, Tournier, Evans, Mozetich and Salzedo. A Sunday morning of relaxation and revitalization awaits you!

“Impossible not to be swept away by the sound of a harp slipping its way into your mind in the middle of nature, at the hands of a woman who looks like an elven princess straight out of a Tolkien novel. Or the surreal vision of a journalist on a summer’s evening. Annabelle Renzo is spot on: with this instrument, escape is inevitable. Imagination does the rest.”
– Olivier Pierson, La Voix de l’est

Sunday July 28, 2024 – 11 a.m.



Krystina Marcoux, marimba
Juan Sebastian Delgado, cello

Both classically trained, Canadian Krystina Marcoux and Argentine Juan Sebastian Delgado join forces to present a wide range of musical styles, from rock to gypsy jazz, baroque to tango.

Their eclectic repertoire features original arrangements of some of the most celebrated works in history – the powerful combination of cello & marimba transforms the listening experience of these familiar works in refreshing and unexpected ways. Stick&Bow is firmly committed to the music of today, commissioning daring yet accessible works from composers such as Luis Naon, Camille Pépin, Luna Pearl Woolf, Jason Noble, Marcelo Nisinman, Jean-Pierre Drouet and others.

“The trailblazing Montreal duo that plays everything from Bach to Radiohead… boldly going where no cello and marimba have gone before.”
– The Intro, CBC Music

Sunday August 4, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Pallade Musica


Vincent Lauzer, recorder
Tanya LaPerrière, baroque violin
Margaret Little, viola da gamba
Dorothéa Ventura, harpsichord

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.


Sunday August 11, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Kudriakova-Shatalkin Duo


Olga Kudriakova, piano
Maxim Shatalkin, piano

Experience the essence of the Romantic period, brought to life by the award-winning Ukrainian-Russian Kudriakova-Shatalkin Piano Duo.

Ukrainian pianist Olga Kudriakova is a laureate of several international competitions, a graduate of the St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory and a postgraduate student of Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She has performed both as a solo pianist and as a chamber musician across Europe, and has taken part in international festivals as a performer and teacher.

Laureate of several international competitions including the 2013 Vienna International Piano Competition, Maxim Shatalkin graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. He has taken part in various music festivals around the world, including the Julitafestival (Sweden), and the Banff Summer Music Festival (Canada). He currently performs as a member of the Fibonacci Music Trio.

Together, the couple co-founded the the Ars Nova School of Arts and Music in Moscow in 2017. They have performed as a duo across Russia, Europe and America, and have been awarded prestigious prizes including the 2015 International Competition Pietro Argento in Italy and the 2016 International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition in Boston. The couple fled Moscow a few months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Settling in Montreal, they have quickly become involved in the local music community, teaching piano to young Ukrainian refugees and offering concert performances at venues like the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur.

Sunday August 18, 2024 – 11 a.m.

Giri Kedaton


Under the direction of Pierre Paré-Blais and I Putu Arya Deva Suryanegara

An invitation to discover new sonic horizons through the enthralling world of Balinese music and dance!

The Giri Kedaton Balinese Music Ensemble, in residence at the Université de Montréal, is one of the few active gamelans in Canada. The gamelan is a percussion orchestra of gongs, metallophones and drums from the island of Bali, Indonesia. The spectacular beauty of the instruments, the sparkling timbre of their bronze tones, and the superb choreography make a Giri Kedaton performance a fascinating experience. Giri Kedaton brings together some twenty musicians who, in addition to their passion for Balinese music, are driven by the collective ideal that characterizes the spirit of the gamelan. The ensemble also includes three female dancers and one male dancer, all trained in Bali by the great masters.

The ensemble’s name, Giri Kedaton, is Balinese for “royal mountain”, or Mount-Royal, evoking a link between Bali and Montreal that is both tangible and timeless.

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.