Various Landscapes

2024-2025 Season

Various Landscapes

2024-2025 Season

Jean-François Rivest | Photo: Julia Marois

A Word From the Artistic Director and Conductor

Imagine yourself comfortably seated on an imaginary train and through your roomette’s window you’re enjoying the passing view of a wide range of surprising landscapes, each new one more beautiful and enchanting than the last. Well, that’s precisely what I Musici de Montréal has in store for you in its 2024–2025 Season, an unforgettable journey steeped in diversity, variety, grandeur, wonder and amazement.

The Various Landscapes itinerary includes a whole host of internationally renowned soloists (Maxim Rysanov, Denis Kozhukhin, Alexandre Tharaud and Vadim Gluzman) as well as virtuosos closer to home (Anna-Sophie Neher, Stéphane Tétreault, Les Petits chanteurs du Mont-Royal, Julie Triquet and her fellow I Musici wunderkinds), the greatest composers of all time (Mozart, of course, and healthy helpings of Vivaldi, Bach, Haydn, Mussorgsky and Bartok), and the soon to be great (Golijov, Woolrich, Silvestrov and Desyatnikov). And we’ve left plenty room for new musical creations, too. We’re especially delighted to present the world premiere of I Musici composer-in-residence Keiko Devaux’s stunning new diptych, weaving in the environmental themes that are on everyone’s mind today.

On top of this musical cornucopia, you’ll also get the opportunity to meet up-and-coming local artists keen to share their committed points of view for your consideration: multidisciplinary artist Samian from the Abitibiwinni First Nation and actress and playwright Christine Beaulieu. And you’ll be treated as well to a very special evening with a Carte Blanche to Sarahmée, a rare opportunity to delve into the Senegalese-Canadian rapper’s personal world, as she shares the musical memories and artistic choices that have shaped her life.

The 2024–2025 Season’s menu also includes a concert featuring a film synchronized to Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition in real time by Natasha Turovsky, an over-the-top version of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and a Christmas celebration concert just days away from that silent night… with toys, children’s choirs, trumpets and the favourite traditional songs of the season.

We’re very pleased and proud with all there is for you to enjoy this season and we look forward to having you join us on a musical journey guaranteed to change the way you look at the world through music.

Jean-François Rivest

Artistic Director and Conductor


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