The OM Preludes

A showcase for the talent of local young musicians

As a prelude to the Orchestre’s concerts, our young guests treat the public to a musical performance lasting about 20 minutes. In addition, the young musicians’ symphonic experience is enhanced with access to a green room, free seats at the concert and backstage visits. Some even have the privilege of presenting bouquets to our guest conductors and soloists onstage.

 

During the 2019-2020 season, 130 young people gave a musical performance and attended OM concerts at the Maison symphonique, in two boroughs and on tour in the United States.

Virtual Preludes

The OM Preludes are presented virtually for our 2020-2021 season.
Have a front-row seat on emerging young talent!

OM Prelude with harpist Rania Boudrias

 

For this virtual OM Prelude, you will hear harpist Rania Boudrias, 16 years old, a student from the École de musique Vincent-d’Indy. The young musician performs Chanson dans la nuit by the composer Carlos Salzedo.

Video in French only

OM Prelude with violinist Azat Vartanian

 

For this virtual OM Prelude, you will hear violinist Azat Vartanian, 12 years old, a student in Anne Robert’s class at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal.

Video in French only

OM Prelude with soprano Marie-Ève Pineau

 

For this virtual OM Prelude, you will hear soprano Marie-Ève Pineau, 19 years old, a student from the École de musique Vincent-d’Indy. The young musician performs the aria È amore un ladroncello from Mozart‘s Così fan tutte.

Video in French only

OM Prelude with violist Sofia Morao

 

For this virtual OM Prelude, you will hear violist Sofia Morao, 18 years old, a student from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. The young musician performs Andante e Rondo Ongarese from Carl Maria von Weber.

Video in French only

OM Prelude with pianist Chloé Dumoulin

 

For this virtual OM Prelude, you will hear pianist Chloé Dumoulin, 20 years old, a student from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. The young musician performs the first movement of Prokofiev‘s Piano Sonata No. 2.

Video in French only


For more information:

Laura Eaton
Manager, Education
514 598-0870, ext. 35
leaton@orchestremetropolitain.com