Montreal·CINQ À SIX

Canada's next classical music stars record for CBC/McGill

Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain talk to Cinq à six host Jeanette Kelly ahead of their CBC/McGill recitals next week.

Violin players Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain prep for Montreal en lumière recitals

Rising stars on Canada's classical music scene, these four young musicians perform at two CBC/McGill concerts next week at Redpath Hall. (Scott Tresham/CBC)

Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain shared their love for classical music, their hobbies and their hopes as they prepare for the CBC/McGill recitals next week.  

The concerts are recorded for broadcast across Canada. Click on the link above for more details on the collaboration between the CBC and McGill University's Schulich School of Music.

Violin players Lee, 20, and Fournelle-Blain, 26, will both perform next week, but they spoke to CBC's Jeanette Kelly ahead of time. Listen here to what they have to say about rivalry in the classical music world.  

Jeanette Kelly talks to young Golden Violin winners Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain about rivalry. Tune in to Cinq à six Saturday 5 p.m. for the full conversation. 1:31

Listen to Cinq à six on Saturdays from 5–6 p.m. on CBC Radio One (88.5FM/104.7FM in the west end).

Violin players Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain dropped in to chat with Jeanette Kelly this week. (Nantali Indongo/CBC)

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Jeanette Kelly

Jeanette Kelly works as the arts reporter at CBC Montreal. She's also the host of Cinq à Six, Quebec's Saturday afternoon culture show on CBC Radio One.


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