MISE À DAY
Montreal's Alexandre Da Costa is featured in several concerts presented during the 24th edition of the Stradivaria Festival.
The 43-year-old violinist will perform the show “Stradivarius Supercharge” with the Trio Jazz Stradivaria, on July 1, at the Canadel courtyard in Saint-Alexis-des-Monts, in Mauricie. The next day, still with the same musicians, he will perform as part of the annual gala evening at the Théâtre de Lac-Brome, in the Eastern Townships.
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On July 5, he will share the stage with Claude Gauthier, Daniel Lemire and the musicians of the Orchester symphonique de Longueuil (OSDL), in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, in the Laurentians. It will offer “symphonic” re-readings of great composers from Quebec and the Francophonie. Much in demand by the festival, Alexandre Da Costa has several other appointments with music lovers on his schedule, in Labelle, Mont-Tremblant, Oka and Terrebonne.
The Stardivaria Festival is in full swing from the 1st to the 31st July in several regions by offering free concerts, except for events in the GALA series. We can also see and hear Isabelle Boulay, King Melrose, Elliot Maginot and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, to name a few.
You can find more information on the site of the festival: [www.festivalstradivaria.ca].