Stéphane Tétreault & Sandra Murray: Miniatures (rescheduled to July 24, 2022)

Event details

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

A delicious program of musical miniatures with the colours and perfume of France, Russia and Spain.




Following a minor injury, the concert featuring Stéphane Tétreault and Sandra Murray has been postponed from Sunday, July 17 to Sunday, July 24. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Salle de l’Entrepôt. 

We apologize for the inconvenience, and we thank you for your understanding.    



Sunday July 24, 2022 at 7:30pm

Location: Salle de Spectacle L’entrepôt



If you had tickets for July 17, they are valid for the new date. 



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This concert is presented in person.

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Presented by:

  • Concert: IGA Extra Vallée






Holder of countless prizes and distinctions, Stéphane Tétreault is the recipient of the 2019 Virginia-Parker Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts. He is also the winner of the Opus Prize “Performer of the Year” for the 2020-21 season, awarded by the Conseil québécois de la musique and accompanied by a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2018, he received the “Maureen Forrester Next Generation Award” from the Stratford Summer Music Festival in recognition of his sensitivity, mastery of his instrument and his great qualities as a communicator. In 2015, he was chosen in the Gautier Capuçon “Classe d’Excellence de violoncelle” of the Louis Vuitton Foundation and received the “Career Development Award” from the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto. In 2013, he received the very first “Fernand-Lindsay Career Grant” from the Father Lindsay Foundation as well as the “Choquette-Symcox Prize” from Jeunesses Musicales du Canada. Winner of First Prize at the 2007 Standard Life-OSM Montreal Symphony Orchestra Competition, he has been named “Radio-Canada Revelation” in classical music, “Discovery of the Year” at the Opus Prize and “Personality of the Week”. by the daily La Presse.

Appointed first soloist in residence of the Orchestre Métropolitain, Stéphane performed with Yannick Nézet-Séguin, among others, during the 2014-2015 season. In 2016, he made his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Nézet-Séguin and performed at the prestigious Gstaad Menuhin Festival in Switzerland. During the 2017-18 season, he took part in the Orchestre Métropolitain’s first European tour with Maestro Nézet-Séguin and made his debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Stéphane has shared the stage with many famous musicians including Maxim Vengerov, Alexandre Tharaud, Jan Lisiecki, Louis Lortie, Roger Vignoles, Marc-André Hamelin, Charles Richard-Hamelin and conductors Michael Tilson Thomas, Paul McCreesh and many others.

His first album, on the Analekta label, recorded with the Orchestre symphonique de Québec under the direction of Fabien Gabel, was awarded the “Editor’s Choice” by the prestigious Gramophone magazine. In 2015, he signed a second album, on works by Haydn, Schubert and Brahms with pianist Marie-Ève ​​Scarfone, which ended up on Gramophone’s list of the best albums of the year “Critic’s Choice 2016”. In 2017, Stéphane joined harpist Valérie Milot and violinist Antoine Bareil to produce a recording devoted to trios for violin, cello and harp. His three albums all received nominations in the Classical Album of the Year category at the Gala de l’ADISQ.

Stéphane studied for over 10 years under the tutelage of the late cellist and conductor Yuli Turovsky. He holds a master’s degree in interpretation from the University of Montreal. Stéphane plays on the Stradivarius cello “Countess of Stainlein, Ex-Paganini” that dates from 1707, which was generously loaned to him by Madame Sophie Desmarais.


Sandra Murray is currently pursuing a brilliant career as a pianist. He has been heard in particular in the Pro Musica and Debut series, at the Orford Arts Center, at the Lachine Festival and at the Lanaudière International Festival. She has also performed with several orchestras and is heard frequently on Radio-Canada. As a chamber musician, she has played with several artists such as Yossif Ivanov, Yeonathan Berick, Jonathan Crow and the Alcan Quartet.

As a member of the piano duo Ouellet-Murray, she toured for the Jeunesses Musicales du Canada, performed at the Festival international de Duo-Piano du Québec, the Festival Orgue et couleurs de Montréal, the Festival de musique des Basses -Laurentides and performed a “Jouer dans l’île” tour in Montreal. In the spring of 2001, the duo released their second album on the Riche Lieu label.

For several years, Sandra Murray has been a guest at the Orford Arts Center where she works as a pianist, notably for the classes of János Starker, Paul Katz, Robert Langevin, James Campbell and Laurence Lesser.

Thanks to grants from the Quebec Ministry of Culture, Sandra Murray took part in the first international chamber music meeting in Jerusalem, working with Emmanuel Ax, Yo-Yo Ma, Isaac Stern and Yefim Bronfmann. Then, she goes to Italy to deepen the vocal repertoire.

Trained with Carlos Feliciati at the Chicoutimi Music Conservatory, Sandra Murray obtained her piano and chamber music prizes there. Subsequently, her studies took her to the Peabody Institute in Baltimore in the class of Julian Martin. Then, she returned to Montreal where she obtained a master’s degree from McGill University under the direction of Dale Bartlett.

Sandra Murray is currently a teacher-accompanist at the Montreal Conservatory of Music.



Élégie pour violoncelle et piano, opus 24 
Élégie for Cello and Piano, Op. 24 (5′) 

Gabriel Fauré
(1845 — 1924)

Trois pièces pour violoncelle et piano
3 Pieces for Cello and Piano (11′)

Nadia Boulanger
(1887 — 1979)

Méditation de l’opéra Thaïs (5′) 

Jules Massenet
(1842 — 1912)

Romance, opus 51 (4′) 
Allegro Appassionato, opus 43 (4′) 

Camille Saint-Saëns
(1835 — 1921)




Requiebros (4′) 

Gaspar Cassadó
(1897 — 1966)

Intermezzo de l’opéra Goyescas
Intermezzo from Goyescas (5′) 

Enrique Granados
(1867 — 1916)

Lamento de Boabdil (5′) 

Gaspar Cassadó
(1897 — 1966)

Sérénade espagnole (3′) 

Alexander Glazunov
(1865 — 1936)

Danse Rituelle du Feu 
Ritual Fire Dance (4′) 

Manuel de Falla
(1876 — 1946)

Chant du ménestrel, opus 71 (4′) 

Alexander Glazunov
(1865 — 1936)

À La Manière d’Albéniz
An Imitation Of Albeniz (4′) 

Rodion Shchredin
(né en 1932 / born in 1932)



Thank you to all our sponsors 


Arrondissement Lachine
Ville de Montréal
Conseil des arts de Montréal
PME MTL West-Island
Enrico Ciccone, député de Marquette
Bingo Lachine


Fondation Azrieli – Azrieli Foundation
Collégial international Sainte-Anne
Desjardins Caisse de Lachine


Piano Vertu
Fondation JM Canada


Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal
Cognitive Group


Beauchamp Laplante – Cabinet de services financiers
MLV Immobilier
Jean Coutu Aboud Georges
J.J. Cardinal Lachine
IGA Extra Vallée
Martin & Cie, comptables professionnels agréés
Centre visuel Victoria