2018 OCSM Conference Registration
Registration is now open for the 2018 OCSM Conference in Quebec City!

Delegate sessions begin Monday, August 13th at 2pm and continue through Friday, August 17th at 1pm.
Open sessions run from Tuesday, August 14th through Thursday, August 16th. Bilingual, translated sessions will be Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.

The host hotel is Hotel Pur, Quebec (395 Rue de la Couronne; Quebec City, Quebec G1K 7X4). Please book your reservation on or before July 14th to get our discount rate of $175/night plus tax. Register by phone at:

1 (418) 647-2611

In order to get the proper rate, please use the group name ("Organization of Canadian Symphony Musicians"). You may also book online through the following link:


For OCSM Delegates: Please inform your Local of your attendance, and start looking to make travel arrangements. The AFM by-laws state that the AFM Local will pay “the reasonable and necessary expenses of sending one delegate to the appropriate annual conference…”

Additional information will be posted at the OCSM website:

If you have any questions or concerns in hotel booking, please e-mail 1st VP Matt Heller:

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