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An exceptionally rare encounter: the organists of Notre-Dame de Paris at the OSM

Maison symphonique January 21, 2020

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Four renowned titular organists from Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral are the OSM’s guests for an exceptional concert at the Maison symphonique in which the Grand Orgue Pierre-Béique will resound, along with chant and percussion. These guardians of a millennial tradition will unveil the Vieille Dame’s secrets, from improvised liturgy to post-revolutionary compositions. Spirituality, elevation and emotion are hallmarks of this concert showcasing the Grand Orgue.

From January 20 to 23, when the organists of Notre-Dame de Paris are present in Montreal, the OSM will offer masterclasses open to the public as well as private lessons for local organ students. Rounding off the event, exhibitions and lectures will punctuate this celebration of the King of Instruments. Details are forthcoming.


  • Producer / Presenter : Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (OSM)
  • Venue : Maison symphonique
  • Organist of Notre-Dame de Paris’ Great Organ and OSM organist emeritus : Olivier Latry
  • Organist of Notre-Dame de Paris’ Great Organ : Vincent Dubois, Philippe Lefebvre and Johann Vexo
  • Cantors : Jean-Sébastien Allaire, Marcel de Hêtre and Michel Léonard
  • Proceeds from the concert will go to the fund of : Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral
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