Laurier Exhibition Centre, 350 rue de Pont, Mont Laurier.
Opening hours: Tue to Thur. 10 am to noon, and 1 pm
to 4 pm, Fri. 10 am to 4 pm, and Sat. 10 am to 4:30 pm.
819 623 2441.
Jan. 19 to Mar. 11: Luce Lelletier "Papier Identité"
the artist works with paper expressing the fragility of
nature creating sculptures combined with photography and
Salle Alphonse Desjardins,
1145, rue de Saint-Jovite, Downstairs from the
Open: Wed. 1-5 pm, Thur. & Fri. 1-9 pm, Sat. 10 am
-3 pm; Sun. Noon to 5 pm.
819-425-8614, Ext. 2500;
Feb - to 26 a collection of recent stone sculptures
entitled “Présences” by Mireille Dubreuil who lives
and works in Val David.
She is fascinated by stone and says that the
physical work with stone requires patience, and brings her
into a meditative state, while she brings out the stone
She is inspired by symbolism and naïve primitive art.
She studied art at Cégep de
New York, and the
Dominican Republic, as well as
various courses in
She has exhibited her artwork in group and solo
shows in Montreal
and the Laurentians.
- Église du Village, 1829, chemin du Village.
819-425-8614, ext. 2500.
Mar. 4, 8 pm:
St-Jovite Quartet - four musicians who live in the
Laurentians who made some history together even recorded
an album…and now they are back together to perform some
good Jazz easy on the ears with amazing rhythm.
They play jazz influenced by George Benson and Pat
Sylvain Provost, guitar; Alain Juteau, guitar;
Normand Lachapelle, bass; and Alain Boyer, drums.
Maison des Arts et 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. 25: A
collective exhibition of Laurentian artists.
Théâtre Le Patriote,
258, Rue Saint-Venant, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. 819
For its 50th anniversary in 2017 the
theatre is looking out for old documents, souvenirs,
posters, photos or anecdotes to share.
If you have something to pass on please call
Alexandre Gélinas, the general manager 819 326-3655 Ext.
3055 or by e-mail
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
Jan. 28 – May 7:
Two artists exhibit Suzanne FerlandL, and
Suzanne FerlandL who lives and works in the
Lower Laurentians, presents “Onde de choc:
It has to do with the loss of loved ones and the process
of lamenting. This project was developed during various
“Artist’s Residences” in Sept-Ills, Ste.
Finland, and China.
Her work is found in private and public
collections, and art integration in architecture.
Suzanne FerlandL founded Sentier Art3
a public art project at the Regional Park Bois de
Gilles Boisvert who lives and works in Val Morin,
presents “Divague sur fond noir” – this
multidisciplinary artist says that it comes from his past
experiences, and exploring pictorial images, photography,
and digital techniques.
The artist combines fragments of photos,
calligraphy, digital prints, and his “Gesture painting”
over a black background; touching on the mystery of death,
sadness, despair, and austerity.
His work was exhibited in
England and the United States.
His works are in numerous private and public
collections, and he created many projects integrating are
in architecture in Quebec and the United States, including
digital prints on glass on the façade of Théâtre du
Marais, in Val Morin.
Theatre du Marais:
1201 10è Ave. Val Morin. 819 322-1414. Some shows enable
you to reserve a dinner & show at this location.
Dinner served at 7 pm (6:30 on theatre nights)
Sun. Feb. 12, 2 pm: Kleztory
Klezmer is a musical tradition
from the little villages of Eastern Europe, it is still played at Jewish
weddings, however, the style has evolved and played around
the world and in Jazz festivals too.
The members of this group are Airat Ichmouratov,
Elvira Misbakhova, Mark Peetsma, Melanie Bergeron, and
They will make you tap your feet.
Sat. Feb. 18, 8 pm: Michel Cusson, created this
concert as a fusion of the art of film making and Jazz
Sat. Feb. 25, 8 pm:
Groënland is an indie-pop group from
voice of Sabrina Halde combined with the sound of guitar,
acoustic and electric and more.
Sat. Mar. 11, 8 pm: Suzie Arioli – “Spring” is her new
recording with her warm jazz singing voice in a quintet
St. Adolphe d’Howard
1818 Chemin du village. Reservations: 819-714-0213.
Sat. Feb. 11, 8 pm:
Love Cabaret with the Vagaband and invited guests.
Free admission (contributions appreciated).
Sun. Feb. 18, 8 pm:
Sat. Feb. 25, 8 pm:
Gautier performs Sylvain Lelièvre Letters $20.
Sat. Mar. 4, 8 pm:
Les Deuxluxes $20.
Sat. Mar. 11, 8 pm : L’Homme qui a vu l’ours, $20.
Place des Citoyens, 999 boul. Ste. Adele.
Open: 10 to 4 pm Tue. - Sun. 450 229-2921 #300.
Tue. Feb. 14, 8 pm: Celebrate St.
with the Argentine Tango music of Radiotango with
Mélanie Bergeron, accordionist, and Joanne Lessard,
Joining them are: violinist Chantal Bergeron, Francis
Palma-Pelletier on contrabass, Miguel Medina percussion,
and singer Damian Nisenson.
They play the old style tango from the 20s, 30s and
40s up to Piazzolla.
It promises to be an enjoyable evening.
Until Feb. 26: Normand Ménard lives in Val David
and is inspired by the earth and his ancestors to create
his paintings and sculptures.
Until Feb. 26: Manon Sabourin a chemist and
biologist by profession, in painting she looks into
Her painting method uses encaustic using bees wax
with pigments and more.
Opera direct from the Metropolitan
Pine Cinema: Phase 2, 1146, rue Valiquette, Ste. Adele 855
Operas also screen at Cinema St. Jerome (see below)
Sat. Feb. 25, 12h55 pm: Rusalka – by Antonín Dvořák.
The Nymph Rusalka asks the witch Ježibaba to make
her human since she fell in love with the prince.
sacrificing her voice, she lost the prince to another
story does not end well…and both the Prince and Rusalka
lose their lives.
Conductor: Mark Elder; Rusalka: Kristine Opolais;
Foreign Princess: Katarina Dalayman; Ježibaba: Jamie
Barton; Prince: Brandon Jovanovich; Water Sprite: Eric
Sat. Mar. 11, 12:55 pm: La Traviata - by Giuseppe
Violetta Valéry the courtesan is very sick. Meeting
Alfredo Germont gives her a chance to change her
lifestyle. Alfredo’s father asks her to sacrifice her
happiness for his son she agrees, returns to the city, and
dies just when Alfredo finds her.
the cast: Violetta Valéry: Soprano
Alfredo Germont: Tenor
Giorgio Germont: Baritone
236 rue Principal, St. Sauveur, 450-227-0218
Here are the musicians lined-up for February:
Fri. Feb. 10, 8:30 pm:
René Cadieux Duo.
Sat. Feb. 11, 9:30 pm: Jim Zeller with his
many harmonicas accompanied by the guitarist Jean
Millaire for some good blues.
Thur. Feb. 16:
Fri. Feb. 17, 8:30 pm: Carlos Placeres will
have you looking for a partner to dance.
Sat. Feb. 18, 9:30:
Stephan McNicoll & GCR – they are back to rock
Feb. 23, 7:30 pm:
Lady’s Night, with Valerie Jalbert in Duo.
Fri. Feb. 24: Hugo Laliberté.
Sat. Feb. 25: Stevey G’s Band. Thur. Mar.
Fri. Mar. 3: Tribute to Amy Winehouse.
Thur. Mar. 9:
Fri. Mar. 10: Triple Rock.
ARTS Morin Heights
at the Morin Heights Library: 823,Village Rd. 450.226.3832
A theme show entitled “The Seasons" until 25 March 2017.
Salle Saint François Xavier, 994, rue Principale, Prevost.
Sun. Feb. 12, 2:30 pm: Claudel-Canimex
Quartet - Celebrating twenty five years of dedication
to classical music, these four musicians: Élaine Marcil,
violin; Flavie Gagnon, violin; Annie Parent, viola; and
Jeanne de Chantal Marcil, cello.
Their repertoire includes from the Baroque to
contemporary music and providing a platform for women
Sun. Feb. 19, 2:30 pm: Trifolia Jazz Trio - Marianne
Trudel piano, Wurlitzer, accordion, vocals and
composition; Étienne Lafrance, double bass, composition;
Patrick Graham, percussion, composition.
Their music already won acclaim and good reviews.
Sat. Mar. 11, 8 pm:
Huu Bac Quach Quintet - From West to East
Huu Bac Quach plays the Vietnamese monochord, the Dan
Bau, the Chinese fiddle, the Erhu, and the Andean bamboo
flute, the Quena. He studied music at McGill University
training in Jazz guitar.
After travelling he got to compose music that is
influenced by the sounds of Asia, using the instruments he
learnt to play along the way creating unique and enticing
He is accompanied by Guillaume Martineau on
piano, Marie-Neige Lavigne on violin, Jean-Félix
Mailloux on upright bass, and Etienne Mason on drums.
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
The current exhibition continues to February 12.
Sun. Mar. 1 to Apr. 16: GRUPMUV-
Michel Boulanger, Thomas Corriveau, Ælab, Catherine
Béliveau, and Jonathan Plante.
Vernissage will take place Sun. Mar. at 2 pm.
En Scène - Salle André-Prévost,
535, rue Filion, 450 432-0660, enscene.ca
Sat. Feb. 25, 8 pm: Marie-Josée Lord – “Femmes”
This soprano always warms the heart.
This time a collection of opera arias sang by the
different heroines that inspire her.
Mar. 4, 8 pm: Acoustic Blues with Guy Belanger
and his invited musicians Doug MacLeod (USA), and Paul
Thur. Feb. 9 & Fri. Feb. 10, 8 pm:
La Galère four women learn a lot about each
Duration: 1 h 30 – no intermission.
Sat. Feb. 18, 8 pm:
“Encore une fois, si vous permettez”
Duration: 1h30, no intermission.
Tremblay craves to see and hear his Mother again, his
This is an autobiographic piece written thirty
years after “Les Belles-Soeurs.”
Wed. Mar. 1, 8 pm:
“L’Éveil” a combined creation of dance and
theatre with spoken text in French.
Duration: 1h15, no intermission.
Grass under their feet three girls and three
boys wish to change the world, they speak and move to
digital music and express their feelings. $34
En Scène -
– 101, place du Curé-Labelle, Saint-Jérôme 450 432-0660
Sat. Feb. 11, 8 pm: Les Poules à Colin – Ste Waves -
The five members of this group grew up in musicians’
families and continue the traditional expression with
Fri. Mar. 3, 8 pm: “Avec pas d’casque”
The four members of the group sing poetic Quebec folk
Sat. Mar. 11, 8 pm:
Benoît Davidson “Mon
Grand-père m’aurait conté”
equipped with harmonica, guitar and tapping feet, and
accompanied by a traditional Quebec violinist; this artist
comes from a small village Saint-Rémi-d’Amherst, now lives
in Val David.
He plays traditional Quebec music, and tells stories about
his family’s history.
Cinema Carrefour du nord:
900 Boulevard Gringo, St. Jerome.
450 436-5944. Note: For
Opera direct from the Metropolitan – See Cinema Pine Ste.
Sun. Feb. 12, 12:55 pm: Swan Lake by the Bolshoi
Ballet. Music: Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyChoreography: Yuri
Grigorovich; Libretto: Yuri Grigorovich; Cast: Svetlana
Zakharova (Odette/Odile); Denis Rodkin (Prince Siegfried);
Artemy Belyakov (the Evil Genius); Igor Tsvirko (the
Fool).This ballet was first on the Bolshoi Ballet stage in
story is still captivating.
The Prince Siegfried is spellbound by the
However, there is also a Black Swan Odile – both
roles performed by prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova.
Siegfried is danced by Denis Rodkin. And the
Bolshoi Corps de Ballet is truly amazing.
(This is a live performance captured on January 25,