Twenty five years of innovation and music

For 25 years Ensemble Caprice has been known for the innovative spirit it breaths into baroque repertoire. In addition to their concerts in Montreal, the orchestra undertakes several tours every year – an impressive accomplishment, with dozens of concerts given in Quebec, Canada, USA, Europe, and Asia.

This video clip was recorded during the 2014 Montreal baroque Festival.

noncerto 23.1 Ensemble Caprice – Beethoven: III. Symphony no.6 from noncerto on Vimeo.


This coming Saturday, May 30th at 4:00 p.m., don’t miss the concert Ensemble Caprice will play in Saint-Lambert as part of the Festival Classica. This concert will include performances of the Brandenburg Concertos featuring, for the first time in North America, a horn soloist in the second concerto. The concert will take place in the Saint-Lambert United Church, 85 Desaulniers Boulevard.

Celebrate the arrival of Spring with noncerto.

noncerto 24.3 Ensemble Caprice – Maute: NRR6 Winter Chaconne from noncerto on Vimeo.

01. statuettes noncerto

On March 31st, Ensemble Caprice, Matthias Maute and Sophie Larivière were awarded 3 noncerto statuettes! These were awarded in the following categories:
Sophie Larivière: Best fundraising 2015 – Mécénat Caprice
Matthias Maute: Best composer 2015 – Noncerto RR2 Métro philharmonique
Ensemble Caprice: Best culture 2015 – Laterrière

Tuesday, March 31st at 8:00 p.m. in the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur
Ensemble Caprice in collaboration with the Consul General of Uruguay in Montreal will mark the Journée internationale de la francophonie with a musical performance entitled Baroque Splendor. The program will include baroque works from the French, German and Italian repertoires as well as compositions by Jesuit missionaries. This intimate concert will feature Matthias Maute, Sophie Larivière, Jean-Willy Kunz and the incredible Uruguayan counter-tenor Leandro Marziotte. Come join us on Tuesday, March 31st at 8:oo p.m. in the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur.
This is a free concert, but passes are required. Contact information:
514 872-5338