Wednesday, October 9, 2024
7:30 PM

Under Luc Beauséjour's fingers, a multitude of diverse birds take flight from the harpsichord, owned by the Bourgie Hall, crafted by Keith Hill in the style of the Ruckers dynasty (significant Antwerp instrument makers of the 17th century whose instruments were long admired in France and throughout Europe). These bird portraits, penned by French masters, seek to evoke, with great wit, both their songs and the characteristics attributed to them by poetic tradition since time immemorial.

Works by Couperin, Dandrieu, D'Agincourt, Daquin, Dornel, Duphly, Février and Rameau


Bourgie Hall, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
1339 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1G2

In collaboration with Bourgie Hall


General Public: $45, Museum Member: $41, 34 and under: $24

Rush Tickets* (34 or under): $10
*At Bourgie Hall’s box office, one hour before the start of the concert and subject to availability.

Groups of 10 or more enjoy discounted rates.
Send an email to sallebourgie@mbamtl.org to get a customized offer!