Musicians from L’Orchestre de l’Agora

Event details

  • 22 July 2022
  • 19:30
  • L’Entrepôt 2901 Bd Saint-Joseph Lachine, QC H8S 4B7
  • Free admission (ticket required) | Suggested donation: 10$

Ten musicians from l’Orchestre de l’Agora demonstrate their diverse skills in a varied program of remarkable chamber music.

This concert is presented in person.

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Presented by 

  • Concert: Martin et Cie – Comptables professionnels agréés






Chloé Chabanole, violin
Julien Patrice, violin
Cynthia Blanchon, alto
Thomas Beard, cello
Samuel-San Vachon, bass

Noémie Caron-Marcotte, flute
Victor Alibert, clarinet
Thomas Roy-Rochette, bassoon
Élise Poulin, oboe
Guillaume Roy, horn

L’Orchestre de l’Agora (OA), under the direction of Nicolas Ellis, is a musical collective of variable geometry that reinvents the role of the classical musician in his community by focusing on his talent and his commitment. OA musicians, who are young professionals from the Montreal area, are among the best of their generation and actively participate in our daring concerts and social actions through music. Together, they wish to change the world, one note at a time.

Founded in 2013, the Orchestra has since had a dual vocation: to promote art and classical music, but also to contribute to society. Like its founder, Nicolas Ellis, the Orchestra’s fundamental values ​​are the spirit of initiative and collaboration, commitment, impact and audacity. These values ​​have been reflected in the many initiatives of the Orchestre de l’Agora over the years. Artistic projects have allowed them to join forces with singer-songwriters such as Philippe Brach as well as established classical musicians, including Andrew Wan, Kerson Leong, Charles Richard-Hamelin, Valérie Milot and Marie-Nicole Lemieux. The Orchestra has worked on several occasions with the Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal and has performed at the Bach Festival, the OSM Virée Classique, Orford Music, the Lachine Music Festival and the Concerts Populaires de Montréal.




String quintet

Theme : Folklore 

Song of the Varied Thrush  (12′)


Ann Southam

(1937 – 2010)

Quintette à cordes :

Scherzo et Trio (11′)

Franz Schubert
                    (1797 – 1828)

Sekstur from Vendsyssel

(The Peat Dance) (4.5′)


Air traditionnel danois

Wind quintet 

Theme : Descriptive music for children

Jeux d’enfants (20′)

I. L’escarpolette

II. La toupie

III. La poupée

IV. Les chevaux de bois

V. Le volant

VI. Trompette et tambour

VII. Les bulles de savon

VIII. Les quatre-coins

IX. Colin-Maillard

X. Saute-mouton

XI. Petit mari, petite femme

XII. Le bal



Georges Bizet (1838 – 1875)

Petite suite (12′)

I. En bateau

II. Cortège

III. Menuet

IV. Ballet

Claude Debussy
                    (1862 – 1918)

Double quintet 

Danse macabre (6′)

Danse bacchanale (6′)         

Camille Saint-Saëns
               (1835 – 1921)



Thank you to all our sponsors 


Conseil des arts de Montréal
Arrondissement Lachine
Enrico Ciccone, député de Marquette
Bingo Lachine


Collégial international Sainte-Anne
Desjardins Caisse de Lachine


Piano Vertu
Fondation Azrieli – Azrieli Foundation
Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal
Fondation JM Canada
PME MTL West-Island

Cognitive Group
Smash Marketing & Communications


MLV Immobilier
Jean Coutu Aboud Georges
Rona Lachine
J.J. Cardinal Lachine
IGA Extra Vallée
Martin & Cie, comptables professionnels agréés
Centre visuel Victoria