Immerse yourself into the lives of two rival villages from another time, along the Saint-Maurice river. Storyteller Bryan Perro tells tales inspired by his native region, La Mauricie.
He is accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Michel Bordeleau on violin, voice, guitar and foot-stomping.
(Must be 13 years old +.)
LES QUATRE ROSES
This young trio has a very contemporary and lively take on Quebec’s traditional music.
They propose daring and yet refined arrangements of pieces from the traditional Quebec and Acadian repertoires, as well as original compositions. A show in which voices intertwine to sing songs of impossible loves.
Tuque et capuche
Made in 2019, Bloom is a 40-minute documentary on the creative process.
As the images unfold, the viewer travels through luscious landscapes of Ireland and into the studio where the creative process of four artists unfolds as well.
VIRTUAL EVENING OF CONTEMPORARY JIG
This virtual evening of discovery of contemporary jig offers you four different choreographic universes, brilliantly interpreted and intimately filmed with sensitivity.
Musique à bouches
L’HABIT DE PLUMES
Experience a sometimes festive, sometimes funny, and often times touching universe of the a cappella vocal quintet Musique à bouches.
You will learn about the life of the Pauvre Soldat, of the charming Isabeau, of Compère, of the Moine Tremblant, or of the P’tit bonhomme to the rhythms of traditional music.
available february 2021
Productions des pieds des mains
In an innovative and collaborative format, discover an excerpt of the dance theatre play Cendres, accompanied by the trad trio É.T.É.
A smart mix of theatre, contemporary and percussive dance, jigs and traditional “complainte” songs, Cendres delves into the territories of hope and dispossession.
Michael Emenau and Rob Lutes, two internationally renowned musicians are the heart and soul of Sussex.
A meeting between guitar and vibraphone, but also, between blues, jazz and folk universes, inspired in particular by the music of the ’20s and ’30s.
Featuring special guests Ivanhoe Jolicoeur on trumpet, and Bruno Lamarche on clarinet.
available february 2021
HANGING BY A THREAD
Enter the choreographic world of Alexandra ’Spicey’ Landé in this exclusive piece, danced by eight virtuoso performers, with live accompaniment by musician and composer Shash’U.
For his brand new show “Wutiko”, Élage Diouf found inspiration in his life in Senegal as well as his life in Quebec.
Singing in Wolof, he delicately tackles the major themes of life and, for the occasion, he surrounded himself with several musicians (drums, bass, guitar, percussions) and special guests.
With this atmospheric virtual concert, Rosier reveals the aerial world of his new album, which will be released in January 2021.
Bewitching vocal harmonies and sparkling melodies full of tenderness.
The Montreal trio Bon Débarras presents tracks from their new album: Repères.
The album explores the foundations behind our creative process: our identity, geographic, linguistic and cultural references; our inner references stemming from our life experiences.
Music firmly rooted in Quebec traditions, with a touch of other places they have known.
SALÓN DE BAL
Salón de Bal takes you back to a 1940s Latin American cabaret. Boogát mixes his Latin Hip-Hop with traditional Latin American music.
100% original material, entirely inspired by the sound of the ’20s to the ’60s and rearranged for the occasion.
Little Misty is a progressive folk band from Montreal, formed by singer Kathryn Samman and guitarist François Jalbert.
The young duo stepped out of the box into a more folk/bluegrass sound, mixing it with elements of progressive rock.
Tuque et capuche
Created especially for La Trame, this dance solo performed by Liane Thériault reveals a touching femininity.
Accompanied by Élisabeth Giroux on cello and Delphine Véronneau, musician and choreographer of the piece, this very touching performance was filmed in 360 degrees.