Friday, November 19th, 2021 – 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 20 th , 2021, 4 p.m.
Sunday, November 21 st , 2021, 2 p.m.
On demand until Monday, Novembre 29 th , 2021  – 12 p.m.
Bourgie Hall
1339, Sherbrooke West, Montreal
Métro Station Guy-Concordia / Métro Station Peel


Throughout his reign, Louis XIV encouraged the finest musicians in the kingdom to compose motets of various proportions, both festive and more meditative, for his Chapel, to accompany both daily liturgies and special ceremonies. During this concert, you will have an opportunity to hear a rare and impressive instrument: the serpent. This bass version of the cornett is bent into a curvy shape, allowing the musician to easily block the finger holes. It was used in church choirs until early in the 20th century.

In collaboration with Arion Orchestre baroque


Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Ouverture pour le sacre d’un évêque

Henry Dumont
Nisi Dominus
Symphonie en sol

Jean-Baptiste Lully
De profundis

Henry Dumont
Symphonie en

Michel Richard Delalande
De profundis

Nicolas Clérambault
Regina Coeli


Anne-Marie Beaudette and Marie Magistry, sopranos
Josée Lalonde, alto
Philippe Gagné, haute-contre
Michiel Schrey, tenor
Philippe Martel and Normand Richard, basses
Mathieu Lussier, direction