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Place des Citoyens, 999 boul. Ste. Adele.
Open: 10 to 4 pm Tue. - Sun. 450 229-2921 #300.
Apr. 7 - May 15: Ateliers Croisés –
by Mariette Rousseau-Vermette and Claude Vermette.
This exhibition comes from the
museum of Baie-Saint-Paul.
It is a retrospective of
this couple of Ste. Adele artists.
Sun. Apr. 23, 1:30 pm: Esprit du Blues
- This group will sing the blues derived from the sad
melancholic chants of the Afro-Americans while they worked.
Musicians: Chris Hunter
(guitar), Pierre Perron (sax & voice), Roger Walls (trumpet &
voice), Jeff Simons (drums & voice), and Jean Cyr (bass).
They will perform a variety
of blues styles: from Chicago and Kansas City, Delta and Jazzy
Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Boogie Blues, Country Blues and even a
bit of Rock N Roll.
Fri. Apr. 28, 7:30 pm:
Grand jeté d’encre -
a show that unites poetry and dance with the intensity of
words and movements performed by three dancers.
Choreographed this piece to the words of author Anne Peyrouse.
Opera direct from the Metropolitan
Pine Cinema: Phase 2, 1146, rue
Valiquette, Ste. Adele 855 739-7463;
Operas also screen at Cinema St. Jerome (see below).
Sat. Apr. 22, 12:55 pm:
Est. Run Time: 3 Hrs. 38 Min.
Eugene Onegin – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Conductor -Robin 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 young
Pushkin’s novel presents an
overview of Russian society around 1820, country life, rural
gentry and, the aristocracy of St. Petersburg.
Sat. 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.
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.