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THE OSM POP INVESTORS GROUP SERIES

  The OSM Pop Investors Group series was born of the desire to offer the public musical get-togethers that are both unusual and imaginative.   The history of the OSM, moreover, is punctuated by pops concerts and unlikely encounters that, over the course of time, have reached increasingly diversified audiences.   Over the years, a... Read more »

Montréal Symphonique – a magnificent dream that came true

    For many years Nicolas Lemieux dreamed of producing a magnificent symphony concert on the slopes of Montreal’s Mount Royal. When he proposed bringing together three orchestras at the foot of the mountain to celebrate the city’s 375th anniversary, he said to himself, “In life, everything is possible.”   When Madeleine Careau, the CEO... Read more »

THE 6TH OSM CLASSICAL SPREE: A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

WITH A RECORD ASSISTANCE OF 65,000 SPECTATORS OF ALL AGES THE OSM SUMMERTIME ACTIVITIES BROUGHT TOGETHER MORE THAN 140,000 SPECTATORS IN ALL   Sunday August 13, 2017, the concert gathering 200 choristers from the metropolitan area brought the 6th edition of the OSM CLASSICAL SPREE to a conclusion, achieving a record-breaking nearly 90% in-venue capacity!... Read more »

Kent Nagano will be passing the torch in 2020

The OSM and Kent Nagano announced today that the conductor will not be extending his term as musical director beyond 2020. Maestro Nagano will continue to lead the Orchestra for the next three years. The OSM intends to continue its relationship with Maestro Nagano at the end of his mandate so that the public and... Read more »

PRIX OPUS : 7 nominations for the OSM

The Conseil québécois de la musique has revealed the finalists for the Prix Opus which will be awarded during the 20th edition of the gala, February 5, 2017, at 3pm, at the Bourgie Hall. The OSM is a finalist in the following categories : Concert de l’année – Montréal  War Requiem, Orchestre symphonique de Montréal,... Read more »

FOLLOW THE OSM MANULIFE COMPETITION

This year the Competition is open to string instruments and, for the very first time in its history, the organ.