The Maison symphonique de Montréal will welcome spectators and musicians within its walls during the holding of the “Concert of solidarity” presented on July 26 by the Orchestra of the Agora.
This homage to classic health care workers that will be played in front of 50 people, orderlies, or other professionals, up to the front every day in these times of pandemic.
Under the direction of conductor and artistic director Nicolas Ellis, 46 musicians of the ensemble will resonate their instrument in delivering up the works “Opening Egmont” by Beethoven, “Noncerto Old Montreal RR10” signed Matthias Maute and “Sinfonia concertante,” composed by Mozart.
This last symphony will also be the first meeting on stage between the members of the Orchestra of the Agora, the concertmaster of the Montreal symphony Orchestra Andrew Swan and the solo violin of the Orchestre Métropolitain Yukari Cousineau.
The profits generated at the box office will go to the initiative, the Hero Project, which allows all employees of the Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, to benefit from a meal.
In addition, the “relief Concert” will be broadcast on the social networks and the website of the Orchestra of the Agora (orchestreagora.com) as soon as the next day, 27 July.
The health care workers wishing to attend the performance scheduled in the room can indicate their interest to the address https://orchestreagora.com/saison-2019-2020/concert-solidaire/.