The Stradivaria classical music festival is back across Quebec

The Stradivaria classical music festival is back across Quebec< /p> UPDATE DAY

The nomadic classical music festival Stradivaria will be back for a 25th edition, from July 2 to 30, across the province. 

As each year, the festival will offer a rich and “high-flying” program to introduce classical music, from Tchaikovsky to Tanguay.

A total of 17 concerts will be presented, in large halls as well as in the open. air, in various municipalities and towns in the Laurentians, including Mont-Tremblant, Mont-Laurier, Rivière-Rouge, Nominingue, Labelle, Oka, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Sainte-Adèle, Saint-Jérôme and Sainte-Thérèse. A series of “En cavale” concerts will also be presented in Terrebonne, Knowlton, Montreal and Ottawa.

On stage, festival-goers will be able to listen to Guylaine Tanguay, Claude Gauthier, Alexandre Da Costa, King Melrose, Yama Laurent, Mountain Daisie, the Orava Quartet, the Orchester Symphonique de Longueuil, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, Sascha Goetzl, Olga Kern, Sharon Azrieli, Vladimir Kornéev and John Roney.

“It is essential for me to democratize classical music and to offer the possibility of living the experience of several artistic genres ranging from symphonic music to jazz through world music, from popular to opera, from the baroque period to taste today, while offering a unique context and a repertoire accessible to all,” explained artistic director Alexandre Da Costa, internationally renowned conductor and violinist.

Tickets for concerts and shows Festival Stradivaria are on sale now on the event website: