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Carmina Burana and Dona nobis pacem

Maison symphonique From March 23 To 26, 2019

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This Carmina Burana, full of fire but refreshed by the dexterity and dynamism of Louis Lavigueur, will ring out at the Maison symphonique!

The seasoned choristers of the Chœur classique de Montréal will be there in force and the sonority of their voices will fill the Maison symphonique, expressing the inexorability of the Wheel of Fortune as described by Orff.

In 1936, Vaughan Williams composed a Dona Nobis Pacem employing discord, delicacy, and intensity to articulate a humane plea in the face of the appalling prospect of a new world conflict.

About 200 performers, including a full symphonic orchestra, will come together for this masterful concert.


  • Producer / Presenter :  Choeur classique de Montréal
  • Venue : Maison symphonique
  • Conductor : Louis Lavigueur
  • Soloists : Myriam Leblanc, soprano; Jean-François Daignault, countertenor; Dominique Côté, baritone
  • Children's choir : Les Petits chanteurs du Mont-Royal (Andrew Gray)
  • Orchestra : L'ensemble Sinfonia de Montréal
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