St. Lambert Choral Society
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History

Founded in 1919, the St. Lambert Choral Society celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2019, making it the first century-old choir in Québec.

Mission

To promote choral singing in Saint-Lambert and the Montérégie through its innovative programs available to a broad public.

Repertoire

Classical music, sacred works, opera arias and songs from various cultures around the world.

Awards and distinctions

Medal of the National Assembly and the Prix Lambertois de la culture in 2019.

Concerts

Two concerts a year (December and May) under the direction of Gabrielle Gaudreault, conductor and artistic director since June 2022.

Tickets

Pre-sales online and at Librairie Le Fureteur Saint-Lambert. At the door, on the day of the concert.

Auditions

We are always looking for choristers for all sections. Do you have experience in choral singing, as well as basic, intermediate or advanced musical training, a good ear and an interest in performing great arias from the repertoire? If so, then this mixed, bilingual choir is perfect for you!

Rehearsals

Every Tuesday from September to May, from 7 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. at Saint-Lambert’s multi-purpose centre (81 Hooper Street).

Donations and memberships

As a non-profit organization registered with Revenu Québec and the Canada Revenue Agency, we issue official receipts for tax purposes.

Board of directors

  • President: Louise Rousseau
  • Vice-president: Marie-Josée Chapdelaine
  • Treasurer: Hélène Poulin
  • Secretary: Elizabeth Bourdon
  • Directors: Adeline Chrétien, Jean-Jacques Grill, Marissa Halil and Serge Massé
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St. Lambert Choral Society

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Saint-Lambert (Québec) J4P 3S8

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