Andrew McAnerney

Acclaimed for his early music interpretations, Andrew McAnerney has directed the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal since 2015. A former member of the Tallis Scholars, Andrew’s career has included music making in over 20 countries with many of the world’s foremost early music ensembles. He has contributed to over 50 recordings including music by […]

Philip Chiu

“A pianist-painter who transforms each musical idea into a beautiful array of colors” (La Presse), Philip Chiu is acclaimed for his brilliant pianism, sensitive listening, and a stage presence that favours openness, authenticity, and connection with audiences. Inaugural winner of the Mécénat Musica Prix Goyer, Philip has become one of Canada’s leading musicians through his […]

La Nef

Founded in Montréal in 1991, La Nef creates, produces, and distributes concerts, multimedia and multidisciplinary shows, physical and digital albums, musical tales, and CD-books. Its activities are aimed at audiences of all ages. Its wide-ranging repertoire includes early music, the music of oral traditions, world music, and experimental and contemporary approaches to musical creation. According […]

Les Violons du Roy

The chamber orchestra Les Violons du Roy takes its name from the renowned string orchestra of the court of the French kings. The group, which has a core membership of fifteen players, was brought together in 1984 by founding conductor Bernard Labadie and specializes in the vast repertoire of music for chamber orchestra. Using copies […]

Marie-Josée Lord

Among other honors, Marie-Josée Lord won the Prix d’Excellence de la Culture, awarded by the Fondation de l’Opéra de Québec in 2005; the Public Prize at the Canadian Lyric Fund Competition in 2001, and the Raoul- Jobin Prize in 1998. She was chosen to represent Canada at two prestigious concerts during the Cardiff Singers of […]

Daniel Taylor

Daniel performs in concert halls all over the world from an estimated audience of five million for televised broadcasts to rock concert stadiums of 12,000 people, to intimate house concerts for a handful of listeners. Daniel has appeared with the Dalai Lama, Salman Rushdie, Dame Emma Kirkby, Jonathan Miller, Cecilia Bartoli, Joyce Didonato and Gerald […]

Marc Hervieux

Marc Hervieux is one of the most sought-after Canadian vocalists, both nationally and internationally. A graduate of the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, the Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal, and the Advanced Role Preparation Studio of the Florida Grand Opera in Miami, he has studied with such prestigious voice teachers as Sylvia Saurette, Diana […]

Les Voix humaines

Les Voix humaines, the viol duo, has thrilled audiences worldwide with dashing performances of early and contemporary music for three decades. Susie Napper and Margaret Little’s musical complicity has been compared to the skill of two trapeze artists or the telepathic communion of a pair of jazz saxophonists! “In the beginning, our tiny kids played […]

La Rota

Sarah Barnes, soprano | Émilie Brûlé, medieval fiddle | Esteban La Rotta, gittern | Gothic harp | lute | Tobie Miller, recorder | hurdy gurdy Ensemble La Rota specializes in the performance of medieval music in a historically informed and creative style. Since its inception in 2002, the group has met with praise for its […]

Alcee Chriss III

Winner of the 2017 CIOC Competition and the Firmin Swinnen second prize at the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition 2016, Alcée Chriss III has been celebrated for his “grace, skill and abundant proficiency” ( Journal Assist News, Albuquerque). He has performed throughout the United States and France in such venues as the Meyerson Symphony Center […]