This month's Montreal Baroque Festival is including a first performance of six 'new' Brandenburg Concertos. The instrumental works were created from movements of Bach cantatas by the late Bruce Haynes, the oboist and musicologist who wrote the provocative book The End of Early Music. The new Brandenburgs will be performed in the Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours on 24 June, just over a month since Haynes's death on 17 May. The Montreal Baroque Festival was set up by Haynes's wife, the Baroque cellist and viola da gamba player Susie Napper. Canadian label ATMA Classique will record the performance for a future release.