of Contemporary Art
Tue – Sun Noon to 5 pm. Musée d’art contemporain des
Laurentides, 101, place du Curé Labelle, Saint-Jérôme. 450
Sun. Mar. 1 to Apr.
Michel Boulanger, Thomas Corriveau, Ælab, Catherine Béliveau,
and Jonathan Plante.
Apr. 26 to May 17:
Élyse Brodeur-Magna & Marie-Ève Martel
- Winners of the Laurentian Visual Art Young Artists
Competition. Vernissage: Apr. 26, 2 pm.
Brodeur-Magna graduated from
Montréal and holds her BFA with a major in sculpture. She has
shown in Montréal, Ste-Thérèse, Sept-Îles, and
Toronto. Marie Eve Martel studied at
Concordia University, and did her Masters at the UQAM
her paintings and installations are quite impressive, minutely
executed and interesting.
535, rue Filion, 450
Fri. Apr. 14, 8 pm:
Boogie Wonder Band,
20th anniversary tour playing music from the years of Disco.
They will make us dance to the beat of the 70s.
This is the kind of concert that we “grey haired”
people get up and dance to…forgetting to sit down!
Good for your spirit
and physical health!
Cinema Carrefour du
nord: 900 Boulevard Gringo, St. Jerome.
436-5944. Note: For Opera direct from the Metropolitan – See
Cinema Pine Ste. Adele.
Sat. Apr. 22, 12:55 pm:
Est. Run Time: 3
Hrs. 38 Min.
Eugene Onegin – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Ticciati; Tatiana: Anna Netrebko; Olga: Elena Maximova;
Lenski: Alexey Dolgov; Onegin: Dmitri Hvorostovsky;
Gremin: Štefan Kocán. The opera is based on
Pushkin’s iconic verse novel. The girl in the story
is Tatiana, who grows up during the opera story into a
Pushkin’s novel presents an
overview of Russian society around 1820, country life,
rural gentry and, the aristocracy of St. Petersburg.
May 13, 12:30 pm:
Est. Run Time: 4 hrs.
12 Min. - Der Rosenkavalier – R. Strauss.
Conductor: Sebastian Weigle Cast: Marschallin: Renée Fleming;
Octavian: Elīna Garanča; Sophie: Erin Morley; A Singer:
Matthew Polenzani; Faninal: Marcus Brück; Baron Ochs: Günther
Groissböck. The story takes place in
during the last years of the Habsburg Empire. The story
features Marsschallin, a woman of the world who is involved
with a much younger lover but forced to give him up.
Hofmannsthal’s libretto combines comedy, fantasy, human drama,
and touches of philosophy and social commentary.