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“I rise up”: For the rest of the world

CRITICAL / Taking the words of local poets as theatrical raw material, sisters Véronique and Gabrielle Côté did not miss their target with Attentat a few years ago. Here they reoffend with an undeniable expertise and a force of striking tenfold in I raise, which has just taken the poster at the Trident. Lively, colorful […]

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Improvisation match at the organ

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Theater with puppets and heart

Trois-Rivières – In the process of setting up their unusual theater factory, Les Sages Fous have already begun to welcome international companies to perform at home. After New York’s Lone Wolf Tribe last December, the Senegalese company Djarama is offering thirteen performances of its Petit Bout de Bois show until May 2 at St. James […]

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Improved programming for Mont-Carmel in celebration

Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel – Celebrated Mont-Carmel organizers wanted to present an enhanced program for the 10th edition of the event to be held from July 12 to 14 in Notre-Dame-du-Mont- Carmel. It includes performances by Pascale Picard, Pepe and his guitar and the Three Chords. “This year again, everyone will find something for everyone, big and small. […]

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Melissa Etheridge in Trois-Rivieres in blues

TROIS-RIVIÈRES – Just released by Cirque du Soleil and its show “Joyeux Calvaire”, the Cogeco Amphitheater will host the energetic Melissa Etheridge on August 22nd. The singer with the smoky and powerful voice will be the headliner of the 11th edition of Trois-Rivières in blues, which runs from August 22 to 25. C onnue by […]

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The maturity of seduction

Trois-Rivières – When she goes on stage in the Thompson Hall on May 1 to perform the musical “The Carmen Mystery”, soprano Marie-Josée Lord will feel at home and for more than one reason. The first is that the singer lives in Trois-Rivières for three years now. The fundamental reason, however, is that the singer […]

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A citizen of the world | Nolton Lake

Félix Brassard lived a good part of his youth in Vietnam. His folk music, with sounds both Western and Eastern, is still tinged today. With his musical project Nolton Lake and his first folk album released in May 2018, Anahata, he makes us travel far from here.

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Transcend the test by songs

Her name is Hanorah, the same name as the adoptive mother of her father, drummer in a rock band. In his house there was music, a lot of music. Soul, rock, funk, blues, pop, jazz and many other things that have fueled his imagination. We see a little bit of it on his new EP […]

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Newcomers to Cannes for the Directors’ Fortnight 2019

PARIS – Alongside Filipino director Lav Diaz, darling of the festivals, French Rebecca Zlotowski and Bertrand Bonello, the Directors’ Fortnight, a parallel section in Cannes, will this year honor filmmakers taking their first steps on the Croisette. O n the 24 selected feature films, 16 were the result of filmmakers that “this is the first […]

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A deaf youth heroine

Deaf heroines in youth albums? There is very little if any. In fact, there has been at least one for two weeks, since the release in bookstore volume 3 of the series Zoulis. C are illustrated books for children 4 to 8 years are the fruit of professional experience and passion for the writing of […]

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