Arts & Entertainment

Arts Matters at the Morrin Centre - An Evening with Christoph Campestrini

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Photo: Morrin Centre

As part of its “Arts Matters” programme, the Morrin Centre, in collaboration with the OSQ, is pleased to present a series of intimate talks with internationally renowned artists.

Burns Night at the Garrison Club a Scottish tradition

It’s that time of year again! No, we’re not talking about Christmas or New Year’s Eve. No, we’re talking about Robbie Burns Night. On Saturday, January 22, the 78th Fraser Highlanders, Fort St. Andrew’s Garrison of Quebec City, will be hosting a fund-raising event at the Garrison Club, 97 rue Saint-Louis, in Old Quebec.

“I Want To Pogne” - Céline Dion and Quebec Nationalism

In 1989 the Quebec comedy troupe Rock et Belles Oreilles came out with an album called ‘Pourquoi Chanter?’ (Why Sing?). It was a compilation of original compositions sung by members of the troupe, poking fun at a variety of political and social issues which were raging at that time.

Spanish Masters II

Celebrating light

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Photo: Collection Pérez Simón / Fundación JAPS, Mexico © Photo : Studio Sébert Photographers

The writers of art history books consider Goya as the most extraordinary Spanish painter of the early part of 19th century. Indeed, he was a genius and because of his influence on later 19th and 20th century painters, some have referred to him as the Father of Modern Art.

Le Vent du Nord perform at the the Théâtre Petit Champlain December 16

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Photo: Photo credit: La Petite église 2, St-Eustache, 02/12/10, George Dutil

Le Vent du Nord - winners of the Ensemble of the year award at Canadian Folk Music Awards 2010 - perform at the the Théâtre Petit Champlain and presenting their new album, LA PART DU FEU, on Thursday, December 16.

"Absolutely superb. In my view, when it comes to Quebecois music, this lot are top of the pile". LIVING TRADITION, FALL 2010 (Scotland)

Celebrated conductor visiting Morrin Centre

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As part of its "Arts Matters" programme, the Morrin Centre, in collaboration with the OSQ, is pleased to present a series of intimate talks with internationally renowned artists. Through these meetings, you will have the opportunity to satisfy your musical curiosity and enhance your understanding of the subtleties of the performances.

Hark the Herald Angels Sing!

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Under the musical and artistic direction of Marie Coulombe, the Chœur de la Colline and the Chœur de l'Isle d'Orléans will be uniting their passion and talents on December 10 and 12, 2010, for a wonderful Christmas concert.

Pre-Book-Signing Event with Local Author Isabelle Soucy Chartier about her New Novel Thoughts Gone Wrong

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As an introduction to her book signing event that will take place at La Maison Anglaise (164-2600 Boulevard Laurier, Place de la Cité) on December 11th 2010 from 3pm to 5pm, enjoy this short interview with author Isabelle Soucy Chartier on her novel, her inspiration, and her personal background.

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Local Author presents Thoughts Gone Wrong

Quebec author Isabelle Soucy Chartier and La Maison Anglaise proudly present Thoughts Gone Wrong, a multi-layered fiction novel with a skillfully crafted plot of scientific breakthroughs, self-discovery, and the struggle to learn the truth.

Triggering the explosion of a new scientific era, a breakthrough in the contemporary history of technology is made public.

Music Matters with Les Violons du Roy

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