The Grand Théâtre de Québec relaunch its activities. He will present, from July 9, shows in its diffusion space of The Studio. Émilie Clepper, Of the Eyebrows, Just Robert, the.Panda and the François Rioux Quartet perform there in the next few weeks this place opened last October.
This series of intimate shows titled Scene here, will feature artists from quebec and more particularly in the region, performing in front of forty spectators.
“The Studio of the Grand Theatre allows you to create a beautiful atmosphere for the artist and the public, while respecting the guidelines of the public health. It’s simple, but it allows us to offer a diversified program and offer a number of exciting discoveries. We are happy to hear the music think again at the Grand Theatre, and we hope to give back the taste to the people of Quebec to attend the theatres,” said, in a press release, Gaétan Morency, president and general manager of the Grand Theatre.
Émilie Clepper will launch this series on Thursday, July 9 at 20h. The singer-guitarist of Quebec to the origins texan will present his folk in the company of the guitarist Sébastien Landry. It pigera certainly in his album in French The great migration directed by Benoit “Shoot the Coyote,” Pinette.
The whole Of the Eyebrows, will present on Thursday, 23 July, his compositions of jazz and gypsy swing that can be found on their album Swimming and new songs that will be on their next opus. The training will be accompanied by the violinist Sylvain Neault.
Just Robert will take to the stage on Thursday, August 13. He will attack the parts of his album My mammal preferred in the company of guitarist Martien Bélanger. Jean-Robert Drouillard, aka Just Robert, won the prix de la chanson SOCAN, at the Festival en chanson de Petite-Vallée in 2017.
The singer and multi-instrumentalist Philippe Gagné, aka the.Panda, will land at the Grand Theatre on Thursday, 20 August, accompanied by four musicians to interpret his songs with hints of soul, reggae, R&B and hip-hop. The artist, who has won the contest of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby, will unveil his first album, which is about to be completed, in the fall.
Thursday, August 27, the François Rioux Quartet will present a jazz instrumental. This training is led by one of the two guitarists of the group The Lost Fingers. He has just finished recording a solo album to be released soon.
“It is essential to offer programming that is very diverse to the public and it is a great opportunity to show, once again, at which point there is talent here, in all disciplines of the performing arts. I sincerely hope that the people of Quebec will come to see and hear their artists,” said Michel Côté, director of programming.
Tickets for these shows are on sale on the grandtheatre.qc.ca at a price of$19.