Author Archive: NKPynes

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Daniel Taylor

Daniel Taylor

Featuring Daniel Taylor and special friends.
Program to be announced.

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Knowlton House and Garden Tour

Knowlton House and Garden Tour

A day in the country and a chance to enjoy the beautiful homes and gardens of Knowlton, whilst supporting professional bilingual theatre and a festival of music. This self-guided tour of exceptional homes is consistently sold-out so don’t delay.

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The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have the stage adaptation of The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre.

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Nathalie Choquette – Diva by Night

Nathalie Choquette – Diva by Night

A world premiere production and an intimate encounter with Nathalie Choquette. From rainy London to the Cote d’Azur a Royal Lady escapes with her accompanist. A musical fantasy based on historic facts with music from opera to the French Can Can, Piaf, Aznavour, Charles Trenet, Kurt Weill and George Gershwin. Accompanist: Dominic Boulianne.

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2013 Snowball

2013 Snowball

Join us Saturday December 21st 2013 for our yearly SnowBall event at Briscoe’s Barn in Knowlton.

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A Season Awaits

A Season Awaits

For the second consecutive season Theatre Lac Brome will be offering repertory theatre productions, in English and French, while also inaugurating a new Festival of Chanson Lyrique. Discover the program.

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Daniel Taylor and the Theatre of Early Music

Daniel Taylor and the Theatre of Early Music

A recital of Operatic highlights and Bach Cantatas. 5 Soloists accompanied by the Chamber Orchestra of the Theatre of Early Music.

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Bowser and Blue – BonjourHi

Bowser and Blue – BonjourHi

BonjourHi – comedic and musical duo.
A Labour Day weekend tradition, George Bowser & Ricky Blue at Theatre Lac Brome.

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Gino Quilico & Triosphere: Serata d’Amore

Gino Quilico & Triosphere: Serata d’Amore

For this recital, the famous baritone draws his inspiration from the places where he has lived and reminisces of some of the musical giants he had the good fortune of working with throughout his fascinating career. Gino Quilico draws an overview of Paris, Rome and New York. For him, these mythical cities were the cradles of his first dreams, joys and some of the most intense musical sensations he has first experienced in his life.

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Orford on the Road

Orford on the Road

A Orford on the road concert gathering the best students of the vocal art workshop.

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