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.

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Ensemble Caprice and the Métis Fiddler Quartet will present:
It’s Hailing! La Grande Gigue!

A rollicking musical evening featuring a mixture of musical styles that will redefine the past while looking towards the future!  Baroque, Métis and contemporary music will fill the air!

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours
June 24th at 7 pm

 
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Festival Classica has launched its 2016 programme. Since its inauguration in 2011, this festival has become an essential part of the classical music scene.
Ensemble Caprice is delighted to have been asked to perform two concerts in this season’s line-up.

iLove Baroque
Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 3:30 p.m.
Victoria Hall
4626 Sherbrooke Street West, Westmount

The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
Saint-Lambert Catholic Parish
41 Lorne Avenue, Saint-Lambert

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Discover the latest video featuring our iLove Baroque programme: 8 short stories, 9 roses and forgotten muses.
Watch it here

Our latest recording, Chaconne – Voices of Eternity is now available. Don’t miss our special 10-15-25 offer, perfect for your holiday shopping and gift-giving! Indeed, by buying CD’s of Chaconne – Voices of Eternity or The Return of the Angels in quantities of 10, 15, or 25 CD’s you can take advantage of incredible discounts.
10 CD’s for 150$
15 CD’s for 200$
25 CD’s for 250$

Ensemble Caprice has performed twice Bach’s eternal masterpiece the Mass in b minor with the Ottawa Bach Choir in Toronto and Ottawa.  The performances received enthusiastic reactions as highlighted by the review in the Ottawa Citizen:
“There was superlative playing from the orchestra, including masterful flute obbligato by Maute, and virtuoso turns by the trio of natural trumpets. A highlight was the splendid Quoniam, with Louis-Pierre Bergeron playing his curly pug-tail of a Baroque horn and backed by two amiably chattering bassoons (some of Bach’s most imaginative instrumentation).”
Natasha Gauthier
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