Musical Sundays at the Mount Royal Chalet - Le trio classique à son meilleur, June 14 at 3 pm


Enjoy a trio of extraordinary talented young musicians with a passion for chamber music!


For a third consecutive year, Les amis de la montagne invite Mount Royal walkers and music lovers alike to enjoy a delightful series of musical Sunday afternoons. Songs, famous classical airs, flamenco and jazz rhythms, the vibrant melodic sweeps of string ensembles and recorders... From one free concert to the next, presented monthly from May through to October in the stunning surroundings of the Mount Royal Chalet, the 2015 season will span a variety of musical genres.

Keeping the great musical tradition of this Beaux Arts style chalet alive, Les dimanches en musique au Chalet du Mont-Royal shine a light on the talent of young musicians trained for the most part in musical institutions established on the mountain. After each concert, members of the public are invited to discover the Mount Royal Chalet – its history, architecture and paintings – in a guided tour offered by Les Amis de la montagne.

Admission is free. No reservations required.

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Le trio classique à son meilleur

June 14 2015, at 3 pm

Victor Fournelle-Blain, violin

Julie Hereish, cello

Justine Pelletier, piano


This Sunday, June 14, enjoy a trio of extraordinary talented young musicians with a passion for chamber music. Musical programme: trios by Haydn and Mendelssohn and tango by Astor Piazzolla.  

Victor Fournelle-Blain won the Golden Violin Award 2014 from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, the Prix d’Europe in 2012, and second prize in the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Standard Life Competition. He holds a Masters in violin from Yale School of Music and is currently completing a Double Major in Violin and in Alto at the Schulich School of Music. He completed his studies at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal with Great Distinction in violin and in chamber music.

Julie Hereish earned the Zara Nelsova Memorial Award 2014 and the Peter Mendell Award 2011, as well as first prize at both the Concours de concerto de l’Université de Montréal and the Canadian Music Competition in solo and chamber music. Julie studied cello at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, the Music Faculty of Université de Montréal and the University of Music and Fine Arts in Vienna (Austria).

Justine Pelletier earned the first prize in piano at the Prix d’Europe 2012 and the John Newmark Prize awarded to an artist who demonstrates outstanding musical and aesthetic qualities. She also won first prize in several competitions including  Hélène Roberge (2011), Jeunesses Musicales of Canada (2008), National Music Festival (2007), as well as second prize at the Montréal Symphony Orchestra Competition (2006). Justine Pelletier is a graduate of the Université de Montréal and the Juilliard School of New York.


This series of concerts is designed and produced by Les amis de la montagne,
with the collaboration of the Ville de Montréal. It was made possible thanks
to the support of TD Bank Group.