D’Harmo is four of the best harmonica players ever to hit the Canadian music scene. This multi-genre quartet features the entire harmonica family and a repertory inspired by modern, traditional Quebec folk music, classical, jazz and tango. A show that rocks with energy and humour.
An impromptu encounter between a b-boy, a contemporary dancer and a jazz pianist who meet at a public piano. The music takes shape and movement becomes melody in this surprising and poetic journey, inspired by conditions suggested by the audience.
La R’voyure, Projet trad was created by a dozen or so young dancers and four musicians, all Quebecers. Jigs, traditional folk music and songs will either take you back in time or introduce you to the verve and spirit of Quebec’s traditional songs and dances. Great fun!
José Luis Pérez and his accomplices bring us Pérez-Reserva, a delightfully warm and exciting performance! On the program, their greatest hits along with a fresh take on the classics of Flamenco, performed with the passionate latin flair they are known for.
Shyre, a newcomer to Quebec’s emerging music scene, is Sarah Rossy (vocals and piano) and a group of jazz and classical musicians. Their music is compelling and ethereal, the pure vocals offset by a lush, melodic tapestry of strings and harmonies. Shyre was a huge hit at last year’s Montreal International Jazz Festival. A must-see.