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The originality of the InSpirations ensemble finds its essence in the subtle assembly of acoustic instruments around the organ , thus offering a palette of infinitely varied colors.  


At the heart of Impressions , the organ becomes a unifying and versatile instrument, capable of unusual sound textures in synergy with the quartet's interventions. The immense variety of organ timbres provides an ideal canvas for improvising saxophones and clarinets, trombone, percussion and double bass.

Impressions is the culmination of a stylistic research initiated by each member of the group who, in concert, stage original compositions and adaptations of repertoire works.


Witness of an era rich in cultural convergences and artistic crossbreeding, the InSpirations ensemble is an ambassador of musical traditions revisited through the spectrum of modernity.

After conquering the public and critics of several cities in Canada and the United States , the training continues its momentum with performances on the international scene.




organ  : Jean Willy KUNZ OSM (Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal)

Clarinets/saxophones : André MOISAN OSM  (Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal)

Double bass: Frédéric ALARIE

Percussion  : Paul PICARD

Trombone : Hélène LEMAY

JH0_9723 (Michel Berthiaume)
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