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A fascinating season of exploration, featuring recognized artists and emerging talent, all under the limelight!

Friday, October 14 - 8 p.m.
Centre communautaire Elgar

Un train dans la nuit (songs)
With a very distinguished, stunning creative path (4 albums, totalling 40 songs produced within just one year), Dumas is also a great performer on stage, delivering hit songs such as "Transsibérien Express", "Je ne sais pas", "J’erre" and "Miss Ecstasy".
A powerful show bringing together the singer, his three musicians and the fans.

Alex Nevsky
Friday, October 28 - 8 p.m.
Centre culturel de Verdun

Alex Nevsky (songs)
Eclectic and magnetic, taking us from dancing pop to rock and slam, Alex Nevsky appears as a breath of fresh air in the music world, with songs to dance to, such as "Notre coeur".
A wellnoticed debut for this young artist.

Mathieu Lippé
Friday, December 2 - 8 p.m.
Centre culturel de Verdun

Voyageuse parole (Songs, slam, poetry)
Spoken word, storytelling, playful poetry, songs, slam, plus groove to please all the dancing souls out there define Mathieu Lippé’s artistic world inviting us to follow our hearts.

Chantal Archambault and Dany Placard
Friday, February 3 - 8 p.m
Centre culturel de Verdun

Folk Songs
A singer-songwriter born in Abitibi inviting us to her convincing country folk universe.
A guitar player and singer whose poetic songs depict the life of endearing characters.
Sharing the same stage, each of the performers invites us to discover their world.

Patrice Michaud
Friday, March 2 - 8 p.m.
Centre culturel de Verdun

Le triangle des bermudes (songs)
An award-winning singer-songwriter opening the door to a unique alliance: refined well-crafted songs written by someone who is obviously drawn to haunting melodies and poetry. And, as a bonus: a talent for storytelling making him someone to discover on stage. A sincere, moving and talented artist.

Émilie Clipper
Friday, March 30 - 8 p.m.
Centre culturel de Verdun

What you see (songs)
As the songs from her What You See album confirm, roots sounds pave the way to this beautiful folk world of the Quebecer and Texan singer-songwriter, who offers us in concert, these intimist and introspective portraits sung in English.
A straight-from-the-heart repertoire making its way towards us.

Les Charbonniers de l’enfer
Friday, April 13 - 8 p.m.
Centre communautaire Elgar

Nouvelles fréquentations (songs)
Five a capella singers, foot stomping marking the rhythm, a blend of contemporary songs and vocal tradition.
In this show, an eclectic contemporary repertoire invites us to travel from Leclerc to Lanois, from Fortin to Vollant, including Neil Young, the McGarrigle sisters, Brecht and Marcel Martel along the way.

Admission : $7

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