Ensemble Mirabilia

Founded by soprano Myriam Leblanc and flutist Grégoire Jeay, Ensemble Mirabilia essentially promotes baroque music performed on period instruments, but also occasionally explores music from earlier or more recent times arranged for their configuration. Mirabilia’s horizons are thus broad enough to enable them to delve into and share a repertoire appealing to audiences of all […]



AKOYA: pearls of perfect shape and bright, mirror-like lustre; the most treasured natural pearls. The musical duo AKOYA, formed by members Naomi Dumas (baroque violin) and Caitlyn Koester (harpsichord), specializes in the performance of early repertoires. Through an historically informed approach, the ensemble seeks to unveil hidden gems from the baroque era in their purest […]

Les Boréades

Les Boréades de Montréal

Founded by Francis Colpron in 1991, Les Boréades focuses on early music. The ensemble has chosen an interpretative approach in keeping with the spirit of the Baroque era, by adhering to the rules of performance practice of the past and playing on period instruments. Critics and audiences alike in Canada and abroad have been unanimous […]

L’Harmonie des saisons

L'Harmonie des saisons

Founded in 2010 by codirectors Mélisande Corriveau and Eric Milnes, Ensemble L’Harmonie des saisons inspires audiences with its fresh and unique musical approach. After presenting over forty different programs in more than 150 concerts, the ensemble, which performs on period instruments, continues to expand its acclaim throughout North America and abroad. Their recordings on the […]

¡Sacabuche! Ensemble

In 2021, ¡Sacabuche! marks 15 years engaging audiences with performances of beautiful and lesser-known repertoire for Baroque trombones, strings, lute, organ, and voice. Directed by Canadian bass Baroque trombonist Linda Pearse, ¡Sacabuche! is noted for its dedication to creative and appealing interpretations of early Baroque and late Renaissance masterpieces and for its willingness to explore […]

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 […]

Orchestre symphonique de Laval

Founded in 1984, the Orchestre symphonique de Laval (OSL) is one of Laval’s main artistic organization, with a roster of 53 professional musicians, graduates of Quebec’s music conservatories and universities. For more than 30 years, the orchestra’s chief mandate is to offer audiences grand symphonic music and provide a pleasurable listening experience. The Orchestre symphonique […]

Seattle Baroque Orchestra

Seattle Baroque Orchestra was founded in 1994 by violinist Ingrid Matthews and harpsichordist Byron Schenkman, and quickly established itself as one of the most vibrant of the American early music ensembles. The group has appeared across North America from California to Vermont, been featured extensively on National Public Radio, and garnered rave reviews for its […]

Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal

Praised for its “rich-textured, vibrant sound” and “hypnotic beauty”, the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal (SMAM) has established a reputation as Montréal’s finest early music vocal ensemble. Composed of 10 to 13 singers chosen for the remarkable clarity and purity of their voices, the choir is often accompanied by period instruments to perform Renaissance […]

The Chamber Players of Canada

The Chamber Players of Canada is a group made up of some of the best musicians from across Canada that varies in size for concerts, recording, and touring. The Chamber Players have performed a wide range of music from the great masterpieces of the 18th and 19th century to some of the most exciting chamber […]