Rihab Chaieb & Isabel Bayrakdarian Headline Orchestre de Montréal’s Online Concert SeriesBy David Salazar
(Credit: Fay Fox)
The Orchestre de Montréal has announced that over the next few weeks it will be showcasing eight online concerts and the launch of its 2020-21 season.
Starting on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 one of the major artists that will appear with the company during the upcoming season will give a 45-minute concert with some of their favorite repertoire. Among the major opera stars to appear in this series of concerts are baritone Andrew Love, mezzo-soprano Rihab Chaieb, soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian, and tenor Adam Luther.
“We are proud to give our audience the opportunity to get to know next season’s soloists in such a personal and interactive way. It’s also a chance for all of us to escape isolation for 45 minutes every week, without leaving the comfort and safety of our homes. Music has always had the power to alleviate stress and anxiety”, stated Taras Kulish, OCM’s Executive Director in a press release.
Below is the full schedule, which can be viewed on the company’s official Facebook page.
Tuesday April 7: Daniel Bolshoy, guitar
Tuesday April 14: Andrew Love, baritone
Tuesday April 21: Rihab Chaieb, mezzo-soprano
Tuesday April 28: Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
Tuesday May 5: Marc Djokic, violin
Tuesday May 12: Jean-Philippe Sylvestre, piano
Tuesday May 19: Stéphane Tétreault, cello
Tuesday May 26: Adam Luther, tenor