Every Wednesday, all summer long, come and discover 100% free musical performances in the sumptuous Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs church, located in the heart of Promenade Wellington.
It’s the perfect opportunity to discover local music and our heritage after an aperitif or dinner!
Every Wednesday at 7:30pm
*These events are organized by Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs.
Wednesdays June 7, 14, 21 and 28 at 7:30 pm
Wednesdays July 5, 12, 19 and 26 at 7:30 pm
Wednesdays August 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 at 7:30 pm
Discover the program chosen by Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs to delight your eyes (and ears) every Wednesday this summer!
Violinist Sergei Trovanov and pianist Olga Trofanova invite you on a journey of nostalgic sounds, tender moments and frenzied rhythms of gypsy pieces, world music and popular melodies.
Les Mélodistes take you on a journey through time! Conductor Marlene Gaudet, accompanied by pianist Sylvie Lemay and 63 choristers, transport you to a variety of musical universes with songs that travel through time.More details
Discover the end-of-year concert by the students of the École de musique de Verdun, with over 400 students of all ages receiving in-depth musical training.More details
Mother/daughter duo Élise Richard and Florianne Richard Côté on violin and piano share their passion for music. You'll hear lyrical, tender and colorful moments, as well as more rhythmic and lively ones, with a repertoire of Scarlatti, J.C. Bach, Mozart, Bruch and more.
With Enzo De Rosa on the piano, Olga Murysina on the violin and Dimitry Babich on the cello. The show will feature great film masterpieces and pay tribute to the creativity of composers such as Ennio Morricone, James Horner, Wojciech Kilar, Michel Legrand, Nino Rota, John Williams, John Barry and many others.
The Bella Chic Trio takes you on a musical journey marked by memories and great emotions!
Raphaëlle Paquette, soprano, Francis Tétu, guitarist, and Pierre-Alexandre Maranda combine their passion to create a show where voice, guitar and double bass transport you to the world of the great French, Quebecois and American songs.
Pianist Jacques St-Jean, soprano Diane Hirsch and violinist and baritone David Croteau will thrill you with tunes from Charlie Chaplin to Johann Strauss.
Proud Verdun native Jean-François Guay will bring his voice to the piano of Vincent Dodier, virtuoso organist at Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs.
Winner of several popular song competitions and having won three leading roles in musicals, Jean-François Guay will share popular classics from French, Quebec and English songs.
The Allegria trio is made up of accordionist and pianist Daniel Benedetti, violinist Emma Tomiuk and clarinetist William Brenner.
The trio performs a variety of genres, including classical, world, tango, film, pop and more!
In an intimate version, Eric Simard welcomes Diely Mori Tounkara, the great Malian kora player.
Griot Diely Mori Tounkara passes on his cultural heritage from Bamako to Eric Simard, film composer and multi-instrumentalist.
Come and explore traditional Malian dance rhythms and melodies, blended with harmonies reminiscent of contemporary jazz.
Love, drama and betrayal. Anik St-Louis (soprano), Consuelo Morosin (soprano), Andréanne Moreau (mezzo-soprano), René Voyer (tenor), Éric Prud'homme (tenor), Manuel Blais (baritone) and Dana Andreea Nigrim (pianist), present opera's greatest classics.
This brass quintet, made up of Denis Bellemare ( French horn), Claude Archambault (trombone), Denis Desnoyers (tuba), Denys Lussier (trumpet) and Josée St-Onge (trumpet), showcases chamber and ambient music. Its artistic performances and humorous musical energy make it one of Montérégie's most popular brass ensembles.More details