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The CMC at Birks

The Canadian Music Competition is holding its annual benefit event on Wednesday, May 18 beginning at 6 pm at prestigious Birks Jewellers in Montreal. This colourful evening will take place under the honorary presidency of Ms. Caroline Beaudoin, Director of Operations and Financial Information at the Fonds de solidarité FTQ. Following the opening cocktail will be a recital by four of our young prodigies: pianist Daniel Clarke Bouchard, violinist Ladusa Chang Ou, cellist Agnès Langlois, and flutist Alex Héon-Goulet, accompanied on piano by Philip Chiu. A gastronomic buffet prepared by Birks Café by Europea and its illustrious chef Jérôme Ferrer will follow. Guests will also be able to bid on items in a silent auction, and will be eligible to win a magnificent piece of jewellery from Birks.

  • Wednesday, May 18 at 6 pm, Birks Jewellers, 1240 Phillips Square, Montreal
  • $250 per person (Includes a receipt for tax purposes in the amount of $200)

A few tickets are still available, contact us at 514-284-5398.

Thank you to Birks Jewellers, Birks Café, and Archambault, valued partners of this event.

Musical Brunches

The winners of the Canadian Music Competition were also heard at Birks in May, livening up Birks Café’s popular Saturday an Sunday brunches. Among those appearing were pianists Philippe Prud’homme, Xiaoyu Liu, Daniel Clarke Bouchard, Alina Israilian, and Philip Chiu, cellists Agnès Langlois and Stéphane Tétreault, flutists Camille Lambert-Chan and Alex Héon-Goulet, and violinists Ladusa Chang Ou and Lynette Israilian. Gastronomy, music, and jewellery—a surprising fusion of delights! Thank you to Archambault, Birks, and Birks Café, once again loyal partners of the CMC.

News posted Monday, May 16, 2011