Next DOMS Concert

Diabolus in Me

Influenced by the community, culture and sounds of their city, Gatineau jazz trio Diabolus in Musica performs music that speaks to fans across the musical spectrum.

Denis Rousseau, trombone; Mia Beaudoin-Dion, piano; Kieran Warskett-Lambert, double bass

Wednesday, October 20 at noon, streamed live here.

DOMS concerts are also once again open to the public! Please arrive no earlier than 11:40 and bring your vaccination passport.

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DOMS Fall Series

Oct 27: Virtuoso Violin

In honour of the anniversary of Paganini’s birth, Justin Saulnier (violin) and Frédéric Lacroix (piano) pair a selection of Paganini’s Caprices with Franck’s violin sonata.


Nov 3: A Spicy Blend of Latin Jazz

Ottawa quartet Pimienta Blanca performs Latin jazz that packs a punch with infectious rhythms and high-energy repertoire that gets audiences out of their seats.

   Karen Rauh, piano

   Allyson Rogers, drums

   Mark Fraser, bass

   Adrian Matte, tenor saxophone


Nov 10: Sounds of Nature

Harpsichordist Susan Toman explores music by French composers of the Baroque who delighted in incorporating sounds of the natural world into their compositions.


Nov 17: The Classical Piano

In his debut solo recital, pianist Jeremy Hare-Chang (student of Roland Graham) explores contrast in idiosyncratic works by J. S. Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin.


Nov 24: French Connection

Duo Cecilia, Gertrude Létourneau (flute) and Catherine Donkin (piano), plays a colourful program of music by Mel Bonis, Jules Mouquet and Claude Debussy. 


Dec 1: An Afternoon in Paris

Andrew Sords (violin) and Cheryl Duvall (piano) unite to play works by Poulenc, Chopin, Ravel, and Saint-Saëns in this characterful and impassioned program.


Dec 8: Firebird

Alexis Reed (soprano) and Lucas Porter (piano) offer a blended 19th/20th century program of vocal and solo piano works by Granados, Stravinsky, Strauss and Grieg. 


Dec 15: Shakespeare’s Viola

A pairing of music and poetry: works by Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and Ichmouratov arranged for viola interspersed with Shakespeare, Walter and Misbakhova.

   Elvira Misbakhova, viola

   Irina Krasnyanskaya, piano

   Alina Ichmouratov, narrator


Dec 22: Christmas with Caelis

Caelis Academy Ensemble, directed by Matthew Larkin, presents a traditional Christmas Festival of Lessons and Carols in the English high Cathedral style.