Legendary Figures

Maison symphonique September 22, 2024

In Te Deum, Bruckner is a musical architect building a veritable cathedral—a grand monument chiselled to perfection and brimming with devotion. As he was unable to complete his ninth and final symphony, he suggested that Te Deum replace its last movement. The result, performed by four internationally renowned soloists and the Chœur Métropolitain, is simply majestic.

The OM and Yannick Nézet-Séguin—renowned for interpreting Bruckner’s works, having recorded the entirety of the composer’s symphonies—will honour his 200th birthday with a vibrant tribute.

In keeping with OM tradition, the first notes of the season will be those of an Indigenous composer. Cree conductor Andrew Balfour has written many choral works and was nominated for best classical album at the 2023 Junos.

Andrew BALFOUR, premiere for choir and orchestra (world premiere, commissioned by the OM)
Anton BRUCKNER, Symphony No. 9
Anton BRUCKNER, Te Deum


  • Venue : Maison symphonique
  • Producer / Presenter : Orchestre Métropolitain
  • Conductor : Yannick Nézet-Séguin
  • Prepared by : François A. Ouimet and Pierre Tourville
  • Artists : Latonia Moore (soprano), Jennifer Johnson Cano (mezzo-soprano), Limmie Pulliam (tenor), Ryan Speedo Green (bass), Choeur Métropolitain (with the participation of professional choristers)
Season 2024/2025
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