The OSC is preparing its third concert series of the season. The performances are scheduled for June 16 and 20, 2024. The orchestra is also participating in the sight-reading session on April 21, 2024.

Join us starting Thursday, April 4, 2024, at 7:30 PM in the auditorium on the 2nd floor of the IUGM.
4565 Queen Mary Road, Montreal, QC H3W 1W5

To register for the CAMMAC Symphony Orchestra, please send an email to 
osc.montreal@gmail.comspecifying the name of your instrument.
This spring, we are looking for musicians to complete the sections for strings, woodwinds (flute, oboe, and bassoons), brass, and percussion. 


The OSC will participate in the sight-reading session on April 21, 2024, of Beethoven’s Mass in C for Choir and Orchestra, under the direction of François A. Ouiment. This is an open call to all instrumentalists and vocalists. For all details and to register, click on the button below.

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Circle the dates! The OSC is excited to present its third concert of the season. Join us for a memorable evening of music on Thursday, June 20, 2024, at 8:00 PM, held at the Saint-Édouard Church in Rosemont. This event promises to be an exceptional musical gathering you won’t want to miss.

Additionally, a special performance will take place for the IUGM residents on June 16 at 2:30 PM, which is also open to the public.

Under the skilled leadership of Geoffroy Michaud-Beaulieu, the concert will feature an inspiring selection of works:


  • Polovtsian Dances – Alexander Borodin
  • Old Buddhist Prayer – Lili Boulanger
  • Celtic Suite – Antonie Beaudet
  • Meditation from Thaïs – Massenet
  • Piece for voice and orchestra to be determined




CAMMAC Symphony Orchestra (OSC)
celebrates the 70th anniversary of CAMMAC.

In spring 2023, the CAMMAC Symphony Orchestra held a concert to commemorate a very special occasion, celebrating the rich legacy of the CAMMAC organization. The event was gracefully opened with heartfelt words from Élizabeth Little, a direct descendant of the founders, who shared captivating stories about the Musical Center’s history. The highlight of the evening was the world premiere of “Hymn to CAMMAC,” a tribute song penned by Mélodie Rabatel, which encapsulated the spirit and heritage of CAMMAC. Guided by the batons of Jean-Pierre Brunet and Geoffroy Michaud-Beaulieu, the orchestra delivered a performance that was both enchanting and memorable, leaving an indelible mark on all who attended.



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