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"A Leipzig Salon" - Concert at the Goethe Institute

March 31, 2023

Goethe Institute Montreal

Discover the world of 19th-century Leipzig salon concerts, featuring German Romanticism in all its glory. Mendelssohn meets Robert and Clara Schumann in the intimate and unique surroundings of Montreal's Goethe Institute!

Violaine Melançon, violin

Philip Chiu, piano

Meagan Milatz, piano

Cameron Crozman, cello

Tickets available here

$25 + taxes 

1626 Boul. Saint-Laurent Suite 100, Montréal, QC 

           About      Concerts noncerto

Concerts noncerto’s purpose is to advance the public’s appreciation of the arts by providing:

  • outstanding performances of classical music orchestral, instrumental, voice and choral; dance and visual arts for the public,

  • interpretations and new compositions for public appreciation,

  • live, online and otherwise, that would enable participation by audiences that may not normally be able to attend regular performances, and

  • to emerging  artists  and exceptional ensembles  in  the  production, distribution  and promotion to the public through all available media channels.

Matthias Maute, Founding Artistic Director

Two time JUNO Award winning conductor, composer, recorder and flute soloist Matthias Maute has achieved an international reputation. In 2016 he was named artistic director of the Bach Society of Minnesota. Impressed by his artistic approach, The New York Times described the orchestra he conducts in Montreal, Ensemble Caprice, as being “an ensemble that encourages the listener to rehear the world.”

Maute’s recording of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos juxtaposed with Maute’s own arrangements of Preludes from Shostakovich's Op. 87 was hailed by The New Yorker’s Alex Ross as standing out “for its fleet, characterful approach” and “its fresh, vibrant colors”.

Matthias Maute’s compositions are published by Breitkopf & Härtel, Amadeus, Moeck and Carus. In 2014 and 2015, Maute’s 1st violin concerto was performed by soloist Mark Fewer with the St. John’s Symphony and with I Musici de Montréal. Forty-nine movements of Matthias Maute’s compositions are featured in 49 videos on

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