ARTS Etc.  March 2018 By: Ilania Abileah 



About Me - Contact

What's on

By Month: 2018

By Town: 2018



Lazy  Food

Jerusalem 2017

Double Défi

*  * * 


*   *  *

Mont Tremblant

 Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500  









Sat. Mar. 3, 8 pm:  France d’Amour presents the second volume of “Bubble Bath & Champagne” following the success of her first tour.  Opening act:  Manon Brunet, singer and vocal coach of Mont Tremblant, will present Quebec songs from the 60s and 70s.   $34











Fri. Mar. 16, 8 pm:  Nöyze – Emerging rock musicians.  The group was founded in 2012.  They just came out with their third album.  Adrien Harvey - Lead vocals and guitar, Alexis Danetz - Lead guitar, Mat Roots - Drums, Chester - Bass.  The band was initially influenced by Pink Floyd, Kings of Leon, the Beatles, etc.  Now they have their own style and sound.   $15


The Box

Fri. Mar. 23, 8 pm: The Box - a Pop-Rock group were strong in 1982 won four Felix and launched four albums all gold or platinum.  It dissolved in 1992, but the leader Jean Marc Pisapia created another group in 2005.  Since then The Box did not stop to perform in concert halls and music festivals.  In this concert they will launch a new album. Opening Act: Marie-Éve Imbeault a singer from the Mont Tremblant region performs the songs of the 80s.  $30











Fri. Apr. 13, 8 pm:  Philippe Brach – over hundred twenty performances throughout Canada, Philippe Brach is back with songs from his recent recording.  He won the Felix in 2015 as the discovery of the year, and continues to share his funny side with the audience.  Opening act:  Lydia Képinski - winner of the 21st edition of Francouvertes.  She is candid, touching, shocking and funny at the same time.    $30


St. Faustin


Maison des Arts & de la Culture Saint Faustin, 1177 rue de la Pisciculture. St. Faustin-Lac Carré, 819 688-2676.  Free admission: Wed. – Sun. 11 am to 5 pm. 











Until Mar. 24:  Digital Art Exhibition - Digital art began in the 1960s and evolved into an art form for creative expression. 

Until Apr. 28:  Mini-Solo exhibition participating artists:  Mélissa Beaudoin, Cécile Bécotte, Liliane Bedey, Sylvie Bergeron, Doris Bouffard, Caroline Boyer, Suzanne Comtois, André Derouin, Yves Doré, Jean Raymond Dufresne, Marie Gagnon, Sophie Lambert, Johanne Rodrigue, and Michel Tremblay.


Ste. Agathe 

Théâtre Le Patriote, 258, Rue Saint-Venant, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts.  819 326-3655.  

Salle Percival-Broomfield







Creole Company


Fri. Apr. 6, 8 pm: The Creole Company – celebration of thirty years of performing in Quebec.  It is a festivity, over ninety minutes of lively music and dance.   $49












Claude Dubois

Sat. Apr. 7, 8 pm: Claude Dubois is a regular at the Patriote. He was discovered at the Patriote auditions in Montreal, since then this song-writer-singer comes back to meet his Sainte Agathe audience.  There will be new songs as well as some of the most popular ones.  $50


Sat, Apr. 14, 8 pm: Vincent Vallières – Le Temps des Vivants – this singer song-writer will perform songs from his 7th album.  $38








Holy Trinity Church, 12 rue Préfontaine W, Ste. Agathe des Monts, Qc J8C 1C3.  Doors open at 6:30 pm, no reserved seats.

Wed. Apr. 8, 7:30 pm: Quartet Voxpopuli presents three concerts exploring the period and Mozart’s work.    Apr. 8: Concert 1 - Mozart Prodigal Child, May 9: Concert 2 - The Music Machine, and June 13: the 3rd Concert - The Classic Style, Patrick Mathieu, at the piano will talk about the time that Europe discovered Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. $ 38




Val David

Val David Exhibition Centre:  Open: Wed-Sun 11 am – 5 pm.  Centre d’exposition de Val David, 2495, rue de l’Église, Val David. 819 322-7474.

Until May 6: Chloé Beaulac presents “La Dérive” capturing with camera traces made by time.




Caroline Gagnon presents “Instabilité” vibrating whites and blacks with images passing from the abstract to the figurative.






Val Morin

 Theatre du Marais: 1201 10è Ave. Val Morin. 819 322-1414.


Fri. Mar. 2, 8 pm: Philippe Brach, presents “Le Silence des Troupeaux” - winner of a Felix award in 2015.  Philippe Brach returns with his third recording.  $32







Sat. Mar. 3, 8 pm: – The Kawandak quartet (white spruce Algonquin), was founded in 2008 by Norman Guilbeault, contrabassist and composer.  Norman Guilbeault was well known with his Jazz trio.  He became interested in finding his roots and created a meeting of traditional indigenous music with North American music.  $28









Fri. Mar. 9, 8 pm: Lydia Kepinski, Cédrik Saint-Onge – Lydia Kepinski plays the guitar and the keyboard, and sings original songs in French.  She possesses a voice with which she expresses intimate emotions.  Cédrik Saint-Onge: sings about the beauty of nature’s seasons in the Gaspé region.  $25


Sat. Mar. 10, 8 pm: Karen Young & Coral Egan - Two acclaimed performers and songwriters Karen Young and her daughter Coral Egan, a mother-daughter sing and harmonize together, covering the different types of music they sing.  $35








Fri. Mar. 16, 8 pm: Émile Proulx-Cloutier on tour with new stories and new songs.  He will be accompanied by his energetic musicians who will carry the audience from one type of music to the other. $38








Sat. Mar. 17, 8 pm: Paul DesLauriers Band - Greg Morency, Sam Harrisson & Paul DesLauriers present “Relentless.”  On Jan. 15 this year, the Paul DesLauriers Band was named Entertainer of the Year for the second year in a row at the 21st Annual Maple Blues Awards!   $30

Sat. Mar. 24, 8 pm: The Jeepsters present “A Bowie Celebration” a tribute to the great David Bowie.  The music will be accompanied by screenings from his career and the Ziggy Stardust band.   $35

Fri. Mar. 30, 8 pm: Collectif Sortie 76 celebrates its 10th anniversary a women’s fund collection with laughter, emotions and sharing.  $20




Wed. Apr. 7, 8 pm: Trio Karim Ouellet.  Karim Ouellet came to Quebec from Dakar.   His music is infused with pop, soul, reggae, rock and electronic music. He comes to Val Morin after over two hundred successful shows.   $35







St. Adolphe d’Howard


L'Ange Vagabond: 1818 Chemin du village.  819-714-0213.



Ste. Adele

Place des Citoyens, 999 boul. Ste. Adele.  Open: 10 to 4 pm Tue. - Sun.  450 229-2921 #300.


Mar. 1 – Mar. 11 – Thur. & Fri: 5-9 pm, Sat. & Sun: 1-5 pm.   Marc Lemieux “Une vie humaine”

Sat. Apr. 5 to Apr. 15:  France Grenier & Suzanne Charbonneau exhibit their art inspired by oceanic life and its colours. 

France Grenier was always fascinated by the world under water – she expresses it with sculptures done with clay. 

Suzanne Charbonneau uses inks and water over synthetic base, creating in bright and transparent forms such as the Jellyfish (Medusa).



Sun. Mar. 4, 10:30 am 75 min: Canto Tango – Del Sur – This trio invites Latin music lovers to a show of songs that are like post cards of South America.  The musicians are: Gabriela Moulouhi – principal voice; Christine Tassan - guitar and voice; and Daniel Emden - percussion.   They play traditional rhythms with a pinch of Jazz influence.  $15


Sun. Apr. 15, 10:30 am: Radio M – piano & voice of two musicians Marianne Mathieu (voice) and Maude Locat (piano, keyboard, and voice) will charm you with their vocal harmonies.   $15


Opera direct from the Metropolitan - Pine Cinema: Phase 2, 1146, rue Valiquette, Ste. Adele 855 739-7463;  

Sat. Mar. 10, 12:55 pm: Semiramide by Rossini. 

Sat. Mar. 31, 12:55 pm: "Cosi Fan Tutte", by Mozart

Sat. Apr. 14, 12:30 pm:  Luisa Miller by Verdi.


St. Sauveur

Saint-SAU Pub, 236 rue Principal, St. Sauveur, live music on Mon. Thur. Fri. & Sat.  Reservations required for live music nights.  450-227-0218  

Thur. Mar. 1: Valectra.  Fri. Mar. 2: Hugo Laliberté.  Sat. Mar. 3: Flying Joes - Canadian power rock trio inspired by the 70s bands, Led Zeppelin, and Rival Sons. 

Mon. Mar. 5: Good Hearted Women.  Wed. Mar. 7: Pascal Dufour & les Hauts Parleurs + artiste invite.  Thur. Mar. 8: Mylestone.  Fri. Mar. 8: Trio Mecs Do.  Sat. Mar. 9: Jim Zeller.  Mon. Mar. 12, Good Hearted Women. 

Thur. Mar. 15, 7:30 pm:  Dupré-Millaire.  Fri. Mar. 15, 8:30 pm: Duo Remember. Sat. Mar. 17, 10:00 pm: Tribute to U2.  Mon. Mar. 19, 8 pm:  Sebastien DeFrancesco and Martin Perreault

Thur. Mar. 22, 7:30 pm: DM Zone – Dan Martel, saxophone & Daniel Barbe – piano with invited singers, a Jazzy evening.   Fri. Mar. 23, 8:30 pm: Trio MeC Do. Sat. Mar. 24, 10 pm: Andrée Dupré Band. Thur. Mar. 29, 7:30: J.B. Joe

 Moe’s Bar & Grill, 21 Avenue de la Gare, St. Sauveur, J0R 1R0.  450 227-8803

N E W: Sean Irwin DJ is on Wed. & Thur. nights, most of the winter and spring.  On Friday night, there will be Latino & salsa music and dancing.  


Morin Heights

ARTS Morin Heights at the Morin Heights Library opening hours of the Library: 823, Village Rd.   450 226-3832.  Until April 14: Members of ARTS Morin Heights present “Botanicals”.  Apr. 14 to Jun. 16: Ginette Fontaine - a solo exhibition.


Lac St.Victor near Morin Heights, Québec  

Sat. Apr. 14, 7:30 pm:  Saint-Victor Chamber Concerts presents “Continental Drift Trio”

Peter Sheridan and Judy Diez d'Aux, bass flutes, Donald Pistolesi, cello.  They will play works by: Franz Joseph Haydn, Gary Schocker, Ella Louise Allaire & Martin Lord Ferguson (Quebec composers), Monlove Productions (Canadian debut of this work commissioned by Judy Diez d’Aux; Madelyn Byrne and Brennan Keats (Australian composers).  Reservations: Judy Diez d’Aux (514) 757-7002, e-mail   Limited Seating: Adults $55, Students $25.



Restaurant Le Faim-Fino: 338 Maple Street, 450 495-8022.

Until April 22:  Marie Lauzon studied fine arts at Cégep Lionel Groulx, and at UQAM, she studied and worked in Graphic art.  Since 2014 she had been exhibiting her art in San Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Miami, Berlin, and Milano.  Since 2016 she exhibits in New York.  She is a member of the Ward-Nasse Gallery in New Jersey.  In her colourful Acrylic paintings Marie Lauzon celebrates love!



Diffusion Amal’Gamme: Salle Saint François Xavier, 994, Principale Street, Prevost.  450 436-3037.

 Sat. Mar. 17, 8 pm: Trio Hochelaga – Musicians: Anne Robert, violin; Chloé Dominguez, Cello; and Jean-François Latour, piano.  The program includes music by Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, and Theodore Kirchner.    $36.50

 Sat. Mar. 24, 8 pm: Mark Fewer & Hank Knox will play sonatas for violin and harpsichord by J.S. Bach.  Mark Fewer, violin & Hank Knox, harpsichord, will explain the interesting features of each piece.  $36.50

 Sat. Apr. 7, 8 pm: Intakto is comprised of five musicians, who play Latin music - Alejandro Venegas, voice & guitar; Simon Claude, violin; Hugo Larenas, guitar; Sébastien Pellerin, contrabass; Éric Breton, percussions.  $31.50


St. Jerome

Laurentian Museum of Contemporary Art Open: Tue – Sun Noon to 5 pm. Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides, 101, place du Curé Labelle, Saint-Jérôme. 450 432-7171. 

Until Apr. 1 – Marie-Claude Boutillier exhibition entitled “Cartes sur table”.  Vernissage, Wed. Feb. 7, 6 – 9 pm. 

 Theatre Gilles Vigneault! (En Scène), 118, rue de la Gare, Saint-Jérôme J7Z 0J1 450 432-0660  

Sat. Mar. 31, 8 pm: Émile Proulx-Cloutier - Marée Haute is the title of his new album he sings about people everywhere, and his own emotions, with a clear strong voice.  $38

Thur. & Fri. Mar. 15 & 16 8 pm:  Mesmer is back in Quebec with a new show Hypersensoriel.   Mesmer invites people from the audience on stage.  $52

Fri. Apr. 6, 8 pm:  Geneviève Leclerc launched her first album Portfolio.  She already played in various stage musicals and has a powerful trained voice.  Recently she appeared on La Voix where she gave a memorable performance of the song “Je suis Malade.”   $34

 Sat. Apr. 7, 8 pm: Cirque Éloize – Far West saloon - Cirque Éloize has been performing eleven different shows in the past twenty-three years it performed in fifty different countries.  In Îles de la Madeleine, éloize is an Acadian way of saying a flash of heat, the essence of Cirque Éloize: heat and energy!  $58

 Wed. & Thur. Apr. 11 & 12, Musical theatre by Michel Tremblay entitled “Demain matin, Montréal m’attend” a cast of twenty one actors, directed by René-Richard Cyr and music by François Dompierre. $71

Sat. Apr. 14, 5 pm:  Loops - Lien(s) performed by the contemporary dance group "Destins croisés" choreographed by Ismaël Mouaraki. The music and noises of the city varies between sound of machinery, traffic and percussion, as well as some soft melodic pieces.   Life in the city of today $30

 Salle Antony-Lessard. 101, place du Curé-Labelle, St. Jerome J7Z 1X6

 Sat. Mar. 17, 8 pm: Chloé Lacan is a young woman with a powerful voice, which is moving, and funny.  She plays her accordion skilfully combined with her voice.  She projects the words clearly and at times the voice is an instrument. Chloé won the Franco-European prize at the Granby International Festival she is giving thirteen shows in Quebec’s larger towns. She is accompanied by Brice Perda and Nicolas Cloche, two multi-instrumentalists.  Together they perform an array of songs mixed with comedy. They whistle, whisper, tap their feet, and make you feel happy you have actually seen them live.  $30

Fri. Mar. 16, 8 pm: Alejandra Ribera performs songs from her album entitled “This Island.”  $30


St. Placid

Maison de la culture, 74, 2e Avenue, St. Placide (at the lake shore).  450 258-2305.

Sat. Mar. 17, 8 pm: Templier-Larenas, Duo Flamenco - Alexandra Templier studied lyrical voice and moved on to flamenco.  She launched the Templier Trio and performed in large halls and international festivals.  In 2017 she chose Montreal to follow her musical research.  Hugo Larenas was born in Montreal to Chilean parents.  He chose the guitar at age 8, went on to obtain a Masters degree at the University of Montréal.  In 2006 he won the Grand Prix de Guitar of Montreal.  He plays folk, rock, Latin music and Flamenco. Together this duo performs traditional flamenco as well as music by Edith Piaf, Björk, Leonard Cohen and Latin-American folklore. Limited seats.  Doors open at 7 pm.  $15

Fri. Mar. 30, 8 pm: Karaoke of the 80s free admission. 

Sun. Apr. 15, 2 pm:  A cheerful encounter with the Chant Choral – Minimum 12 a twelve-voices choir playing music from the Renaissance to current.  Doors open at 1 pm.  Seats are limited.  To reserve call: 450 412-0852, or City Hall 450 258-2305.  $15.

Back Home

This site was last updated 03/26/18 Copyright © 2009 Ilania Abileah. All rights reserved. erved. The