By inviting our 15 virtuoso musicians and their conductor Jean-François Rivest to your event, you offer your audience the sound quality of a prestigious orchestra in a less expensive format than a symphonic orchestras but with power and quality, superior than most intimate chamber music ensembles.
I Musici de Montréal playing Dances around the world | Photo : Charlotte Désilets
A turnkey show available to reserve with ease.
Indoors or outdoors
I Musici de Montréal comes to you in order to provide you with a getaway for your mind, dreams and dances. During this joyful, light and accessible concert, you will hear the music that accompanies the dances of several countries. Some are tender and soothing, most vigorous and uplifting. From the Austrian march to the Argentinian tango, from the Romanian, Hungarian, Gypsy and Greek dances to the Viennese waltz, from the German ländler to the Quebec rigodon, you will find something for everyone. You will live an experience, where you will visit, in music, countries with colorful customs that will make you want to get up and dance!
I Musici de Montréal playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in 2021 | Photo : Livetoune
Well-known tunes performed with virtuosity and intensity.
Invite a local artistto narrate
I Musici de Montréal offers you the perfect marriage between the descriptive embellishments of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the intensity of the powerful Chostakovich quartet. Our conductor also explains to the public the historical and descriptive elements for a better appreciation of the pieces, whether one is a music lover or neophyte.
Vivaldi bequeathed us his famous Four Seasons accompanied by a poem of his own that lists everything that is musically described. Invite a local artist to come and read these poems on stage before each season and create a buzz in your community.
I Musici de Montréal and Kleztory | Photo : Livetoune
Classical music meets klezmer in an upbeat program for the whole family.
Our orchestra joins the 7 seasoned musicians of Kleztory to make you vibrate with its exciting rhythms, typical of the great Jewish festivities as well as of Eastern Europe. In addition to the many traditional pieces of Kleztory, the instigator of the band which is also a prolific composer, Airat Ichmouratov, performs his own fantasy for clarinet based on klezmer melodies.
I Musici de Montréal playing at the Orford Musique festival in 2021