October 17, 2023

5:00 PM - 6:45 PM

1201-A Sherbrooke W. Montreal, QC H3A 1H9

October 17, 2023

5:00 PM - 6:45 PM

1201-A Sherbrooke W. Montreal, QC H3A 1H9

Reserve your spot:

EMAIL:

PHONE NUMBER:

5144875190

Reserve your spot:

EMAIL:

PHONE NUMBER:

5144875190

Join us for the UCM Funds for Ukraine with Canada-Ukraine Foundation - Aid for Artists in Ukraine on Tuesday, October 17th!

Orchestre classique de Montréal (OCM) will be holding a benefit concert spotlighting Ukrainian music and accomplished musicians on Tuesday, October 17th, 2023. The concert will take place at the esteemed Salle Pierre-Mercure concert hall, located within the Pierre Péladeau Centre (UQAM).

The evening will commence with a cocktail reception at the Club, scheduled from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM. Attendees will independently proceed to the concert venue, by car or metro accessible via the green line (stop Saint-Laurent). Provisions for taxi and Uber pooling arrangements may also be arranged on the night of the event.

Those who wish to attend are requested to purchase a ticket through the OCM box office.

The $250.00 Reception & Concert ticket will include the UCM Cocktail Reception, OCM Benefit Concert ticket and a donation for AID for ARTISTS fund of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation. The cocktail reception and concert are generously sponsored by the Temerty Foundation.

UCM Cocktail Dînatoire Reception
Price: $50.00
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Location: The University Club of Montreal
Address: 1201-A Sherbrooke Street W, Montréal, H3A 1H9
Inclusions: Red and white wine and a generous selection of gourmet canapés.

OCM Benefit Concert Price: $50.00 Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Location: Salle Pierre-Mercure Concert Hall Address: 300 Boul. de Maisonneuve E, Montréal, H2X 3X6 Details, Repertoire and Artists:https://en.orchestre.ca/slava-ukraini/​

Donation for AID for ARTISTS fund of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation Value: $150.00 Receipt: The OCM will automatically issue a tax receipt through their box office.

Transportation (not included): For your convenience, the venue is easily accessible by metro, with the Berri-UQAM station on the Green Line nearby. Arrangements for taxi and Uber pooling can also be made at the Club on the night of the event.

Additional Details: This concert will be approximately 125 minutes in length, including one 20-minute intermission. All prices include service charges and taxes. Artists and programmes are subject to change without prior notice. Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable. Please note that every added free ticket for a child 12 years and under must be accompanied by one purchased adult ticket.

Repertoire Suite on Ukrainian Folk Songs, op. 45 by B. Lyatoshynsky​ Bobby's Song for string orchestra by Joanna Estelle Storoschuk​ (World premiere) Piano Concerto No. 4, op. 56 by N. Kapustin​ Bozhe Velykyj (Great God) by M. Lysenko​ Glory to God, Sacred Concerto No. 6 by D. Bortniansky​ Zasvichu Svichu by H. Havryletz​

Excerpts from the opera Zaporozhets za Dunayem by S. Hulak-Artemovsky​: Aria: Prylyn, Prylyn Duet: Chorna Khmara Aria: Sultan's Aria Instrumental excerpt: Dances Cossacks in Exile Aria & chorus: Molytva Andriya Byut Porohy cantata by M. Lysenko​

Artists Anna Pompeieva​, soprano Martina Myskohlid​, mezzo-soprano Yuriy Konevych​, tenor Ihor Mostovoi​, bass Serhiy Salov​, piano Les Rugissants​, choir Jacques Lacombe​, conductor Xavier Brossard-Ménard​, choirmaster

For more information, visit: Concert info & tickets: https://en.orchestre.ca/slava-ukraini/​ Aid for Artists: https://www.cufoundation.ca/aid-for-artists/​

Tickets must be purchased through the OCM Box Office: https://en.orchestre.ca/slava-ukraini/

Reserve now:
Online through your member account
EMAIL: teri.jalbert@ucmontreal.ca
TELEPHONE: 514-288-0201

CANCELLATION POLICY:
Members are kindly requested to cancel a reservation for this event at least 48 hours in advance. Please note that the absence of cancellation within the specified timeframe will result in the full payment of the reserved amount. We appreciate your understanding.

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