The Cardinal Léger Concert

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On Sunday October 25 at 2 pm will be held the annual Cardinal Léger concert, presented by the LÉGER FOUNDATION and Radio-Classique, in collaboration with the Air Canada Foundation.

Marc Hervieux and Friends is a concert of intense emotion with three of Québec’s most talented voices: Marc Hervieux, tenor, Caroline Bleau, soprano, and Hugo Laporte, baritone. With a repertoire that draws from opera classics and popular songs alike, La Sinfonia de Lanaudière, conducted by Maestro Stéphane Laforest, has a festive concert in store with a wonderful surprise: a performance by young piano prodigy Daniel Clarke Bouchard.

When you purchase tickets to the Cardinal Léger Concert, you are helping to fight poverty and social exclusion in Québec and around the world. Join us for this great celebration of community spirit. And don’t forget to invite your family and friends!

Marc Hervieux

Marc Hervieux, tenor

A versatile and always-generous artist, Marc Hervieux has performed on the world’s most prestigious stages, from Paris to St. Petersburg and Seoul. He has also sung with other homegrown Quebec talents, such as Gilles Vigneault, Ginette Reno and Paul Daraîche.
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Hugo Laporte, baritone

Grand prize winner of the OSM Standard Life Competition 2014, winner of the first prize at the Canadian Music Competition 2014, and laureate of the Jeunes ambassadeurs lyriques 2015, 24 years old baritone Hugo Laporte, has a rich voice and an exceptional sense of interpretation. See complete biography


Caroline Bleau, soprano

With an elegant voice and wide range, soprano Caroline Bleau is an actress who fully embodies the characters she portrays, and has been garnering attention for her intense stage presence and her brilliant and warm sounding voice. See complete biography

Daniel Clarke BouchardDaniel Clarke Bouchard, pianist

Daniel Clarke Bouchard began playing the piano at the age of five and gave his first piano recital at six. He played for many fundraisers in Montreal. Daniel has shared the stage with the great Oliver Jones, who was his mentor and artist Gregory Charles .

For more information , please communicate directly with Marie-Luce Altémé by phone at (514) 495-2409 ext 115 or by email at



Thank you to our partners, without whom this musical sunday could not take place: Radio-Classique, Air Canada Foundation and the whole Coallier family for their generous participation in the organization of this event. A huge thank you to our donators to be as generous for over sixty years.