Category: News

Barbara Hannigan: Be the Music

On December 7, 10 and 11, the OSM will welcome Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan for the first time. Hannigan is an international star, a singer, actor, improviser, conductor,... Read more »

Interview with Nathalie Leroux

The OSMose project is an OSM initiative designed to introduce classical music in a school setting to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as well as to children in the... Read more »

Osmo Vänskä: Work comes first

On September 28 and 29, the OSM welcomes Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä. His dynamic approach and unflagging dedication make him an exceptionally sought-after conductor. From Finland to Korea: a steadily... Read more »

Angela Hewitt: Joy at her fingertips

On November 9 and 10, the OSM welcomes to its stage Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt. Regarded as one of the most compelling musicians of our time, Angela Hewitt commands the... Read more »


Together with the greater Quebec and Canadian population, our Music Director Rafael Payare, our musicians, and our administrative personnel continue to be distraught and outraged by the atrocities committed by... Read more »

The Rewritings of Notre-Dame de Paris

By Guillaume Goron The first edition of Notre-Dame de Paris appeared in 1831, titled Notre-Dame de Paris. 1482. It followed a trend in France for historical novels inspired by the popular... Read more »

Zubin Mehta: A Life Devoted to Music

By Benjamin Goron Last February 5, OSM Conductor Emeritus Zubin Mehta took the podium at the Maison symphonique for a historic concert, 60 years after leading the Orchestra on its... Read more »

Gemma New: Together as one through music

by Gabriel Paquin-Buki Orchestras especially are the great example of what humanity can achieve when united. – Gemma New “The Great Gate of Kiev” opens that of music Gemma New... Read more »