The OM on Mount Royal:
Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6

The Orchestre Métropolitain and its conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin are thrilled to offer you a very special performance recorded this summer on Mount Royal, available on ICI


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This summer, the Orchestre Métropolitain’s musicians, conducted by their artistic director and principal conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, recorded Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 at the Kondiaronk lookout in front of the Mount Royal Chalet. The performance, captured in front of the Montréal skyline, is available on ICI Without the possibility of a live audience, the Orchestre wanted to bring the mountain and the music to the eyes and ears of television viewers from coast to coast.

“Beethoven’s music is full of hope and renewal, which is why we wanted to show our musicians—together again after months of silence—performing his work atop our magnificent mountain in the heart of Montréal. We hope that this film encapsulates this unprecedented moment, like an homage to our city and our common humanity. And we hope that it shows that art is essential, now more than ever before.”


– Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Directed by Olivier Picard and Éric Morin, this film was produced by the Montréal-based production company, Parce Que Films, and filmed with strict health requirements and physical distancing measures in effect.


L’Orchestre Métropolitain sur le mont Royal : la Pastorale de Beethoven, available on ICI


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The Orchestre Métropolitain warmly thanks the Government of Quebec.



The OM would also like to thank:


The Secrétariat à la région métropolitaine; the Conseil des arts de Montréal, which made this concert possible through its touring program; Concerts Campbell and the Charles S. Campbell estate, thanks to Royal Trust; the Ville-Marie borough, through its support fund for cultural organizations; Hydro-Québec, official sponsor of the Orchestre Métropolitain; the Direction – Cinéma, Festivals et Événements of the Service de la culture; and the Bureau du Mont-Royal, City of Montréal.