Alright, raise your hand if you love yourself some live music. TBH, I know everyone's hand i sup right now, because live music is awesome.\nThe only thing better than live music? Free live music. And if you're wondering where you can check out a whole bunch of free live shows, right here in Montreal, then stop wondering. I got your backs.\nDon’t Read This Article Si T’es Pas Bilingue\nStarting this summer - and lasting all the way through to October - Les amis de la montagne will be hosting six free musical shows, Sundays throughout the season.\nTaking place at the Mont-Royal Chalet, the lineup this year includes jazz and classical music, and has one seriously sweet lineup.\nCheck out the full free lineup below.\nSunday, June 12 – 3 p.m.\nYouth, Virtuosity and Passion!\nEva Lesage, violin / Noel Campbell, cello / Michel-Alexandre Broekaert, piano\nSunday, July 10 – 3 p.m.\nJazz for a Sunday Afternoon: Project Chopin\nTrio Guillaume Martineau : Guillaume Martineau, piano / Eric Lagacé, bass / Mark Nelson, drums\nSunday, August 7 – 3 p.m.\nSunshine! Colours! Rythm!\nOlivia Musat, piano\nSunday, September 4 – 3 p.m.\nGuitars en folie!\nFandango Quartet: Julian Geisterfer, Tobie-Éloi Hinse-Paré, Roberto Martinez and Simon Rivet\nSunday, October 2 – 3 p.m.\nPiano Forte!\nEmily Oulousian, piano, Grand Prize of “Virtuose” Radio-Canada TV show\nSunday, October 23 – 3 p.m.\nAndara String Quartet\nMarie-Claire Vaillancourt, violin / Jeanne Côté, violin / Vincent Delorme, alto / Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy, cello\nFor more information on Musical Sundays, see www.lemontroyal.qc.ca\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.