Benefit Event 2021

Online Concerts

Thursday, May 13, 2021 to Friday, June 04, 2021
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Works by Vivaldi, Bach, Telemann, and many more!

Guest conductor : Mathieu Lussier, Directeur artistique, basson

For its benefit event, Arion Baroque Orchestra is proposing a program entitled "Imaginary Concertos," which will feature testimonials from our musicians and partners on the challenges and successes they have experienced over the past 12 months.


This video, which will be beautifully shot by Shoot Studio, will include a musical performance by Arion, filmed in the magnificent Bourgie Hall of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. You will also have the chance to hear testimonials from those who have played a key role in the past year: the caregivers.


Convinced of the power of music to provide solace and hope, Arion, with its benefit event, will offer a baroque music concert to the healthcare professionals of the MUHC and CHUM. 


By supporting our orchestra, you make it possible for us to present over thirty concerts a year, in addition to offering performances in healthcare facilities, inspiring the emerging generation of musical talent, and developing new educational outreach projects!


Arion’s Benefit Event will be available starting Thursday, May 13, 2021.


Thanks to our sponsors !




Concert program


Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto en la mineur pour 2 violons, cordes et basse continue op.3

Tanya LaPerrière et Guillaume Villeneuve, violons


Georg Philip Telemann

Concerto pour flute, cordes et basse continue en ré majeur, TWV51:D2:

Anne Thivierge, flûte


Johann Friedrich Fasch 

Ouverture en ré mineur

Matthew Jennejohn, hautbois et François Viault, basson


Giuseppe Tartini 

Concerto pour violon en fa majeur, D. 70

Noémy Gagnon-Lafrenais, violon


Georg Philip Telemann

Concerto pour flute, cordes et basse continue en ré majeur, TWV 51:D2:

Anne Thivierge, flûte


Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto en ré mineur pour violoncelle, cordes et basse continue RV406 (arr. Amanda Keesmaat)


Antonio Vivaldi 

Concerto pour hautbois, cordes et basse continue, Op. 8, n.12, RV 449

Matthew Jennejohn, hautbois


Johann Sebastian Bach 

Concerto pour violon, cordes et basse continue en la mineur, BWV 1041

Marie Nadeau-Tremblay, violon

Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051 en sib majeur

Jacques-André Houle et Valérie Arsenault, altos


Christoph Graupner 

Concerto pour viole d'amour en sol mineur, GWV 336

Jacques-André Houle, alto


Johann Sebastian Bach

Concerto en ré mineur pour 2 violons, cordes et basse continue, BWV 1043,

Mélanie de Bonville, Noémy Gagnon-Lafrenais et Sari Tsuji, violons

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