Works by Clérambault, Leclair,
Barsanti, Geminiani and Haydn

Suzie LeBlanc, guest soprano
5 musicians

Two concerts for the price of one! Indeed, Suzie LeBlanc invites us to two 18th century music evenings. First we will hear the dramatic Orphée cantata by Clérambault, in a Parisian salon setting. We will then move on to Scotland with its fascinating traditional music that has attracted many musicians to the British Isles, from Geminiani to Haydn.




Regular $ 30 / Senior $ 25 /
30 and younger $ 12
On sale at the Montreal Conservatoire ticketing
Taxes included, fees excluded


Salle de concert du Conservatoire de musique de Montréal

Suzie LeBlanc

Guest soprano

Passionnate about early music, Suzie LeBlanc records much unpublished music on the albums AMOR ROMA and NOBIL DONNA. Also an advocate for contemporary music, she produced the award-winning album « I am in need of music » on poems by Elizabeth Bishop. In 2017/2018, she performs with Ensemble Constantinople, the Victoria Symphony, Seattle Baroque, the SMCQ and tours her Acadian Christmas album « La Veillée de Noël » around Montreal. Appointed to the Ordre of Canada for her cultural contribution, she also earned four honorary doctorates. Suzie co-directs Le Nouvel Opra, teaches at McGill and is a devoted SAMS artist.