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August 2022

Mia Rolland
14 14 August at 10:30 am

After her very successful performance at TLB last year, we are delighted to welcome young opera singer Mia Rolland this summer for a new recital, accompanied by pianist Carmen Picard. At home in many genres, Mia will follow her passion for vocal music from the Baroque to Broadway, exploring early Italian opera, French, Italian and Spanish art song, and the ever-developing sound of traditional and contemporary Musical Theatre. Come discover a rising star!

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Émilie Clepper
19 19 August at 8:00 pm

Émilie Clepper, along with a musician-collaborator, is delighted to perform songs from her wonderful folk-country repertoire nourished by her family roots. Émilie will perform both her own songs as well as those that her father, singer-songwriter Russell Clepper, used to sing to her as a child. A memorable experience with an artist who has a gift for making every show unforgettable

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24 24 August at 8:00 am au 28 August

A VILLAGE IN PICTURES From August 24 to August 28 Established in 2018, the Knowlton Film Festival will present its third edition this year. The diversity of its official selection will allow viewers to discover short and feature films by artists from Québec, Canada and elsewhere in their original French and English versions. Some sessions will be followed by interviews with directors, actors and other members of the arts community. This rich and colourful programme is aimed at an audience…

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September 2022

Ernesto Cervini’s Joy – The music inspired by Three Pines
3 3 September at 8:00 pm

Born from the imagination of JUNO Award winning drummer and composer Ernesto Cervini, an influential presence on Canada's modern jazz scene and beyond (Turboprop, TuneTown, Tetrahedron), this show was inspired by the incredible village from Louise Penny's “Gamache” detective series. It features music nourished by the characters and emotions from the series, and endeavours to capture the spirit of the books, about goodness and decency, about integrity, courage and love. As Louise Penny says, “Three Pines is a state of…

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8 8 September at 8:00 pm

Singer-songwriter Danny Rood has been performing in Quebec for many years, notably at the Tremblant International Blues Festival and the Festival international de jazz de Montréal, as well as in France and the United States. With his warm, mellifluous voice, he offers a brand-new and exciting approach to the blues in this original show. Inspired by his many stays in Nashville as well as by his personal background, the music of “Sunny Blues” is sunlit, vibrant and soulful—touching people with…

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9 9 September at 8:00 pm

Vintage Wine returns to perform Oldies But Goodies: Hits From the 1950s to the 1970s. You will hear rock and roll, pop rock, British invasion, soul, and Motown favourites by pioneers, icons, and hitmakers including Buddy Holly, the Beatles, Carole King, Neil Diamond, the Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, the Temptations, the Lovin' Spoonful, the Doobie Brothers, Fats Domino, the Byrds, Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, and the Drifters. Vintage Wine musicians, a quartet…

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Shawn Phillips
10 10 September at 8:00 pm

Just say the name Shawn Phillips, and his best songs come to mind, starting with “Woman” and “The Ballad of Casey Deiss.” A legendary figure in the folk music scene of the 1960s and 1970s, the virtuoso guitarist and vocalist has shown an undeniable talent for melody and a keen sense of rhythm over his 50-year career. Deemed enigmatic and unclassifiable, Phillips has experimented with a wide range of musical genres, from folk-rock and blues to jazz, funk, classical, orchestral,…

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France D’Amour
16 16 September at 8:00 pm

France D'Amour is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of her generation. With a career encompassing 13 solo albums, 40 radio hits, more than 10 nominations and prizes, and more than a 1,000 shows, her track record is indeed impressive! She's a musician who knows how to rock hard and jazz intelligently and, above all, delight her audiences with each performance. This new show in trio format offers an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure.

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Charles Richard-Hamelin – Chopin à l’honneur !
17 17 September at 8:00 pm

Winner of the silver medal and Krystian Zimerman Prize at the 2015 International Fryderyk Chopin Competition in Warsaw, Charles Richard Hamelin is now one of the leading pianists of his generation. Six years have already passed since the competition, and Theatre Lac-Brome is fortunate enough to welcome this virtuoso pianist for a recital this fall. Charles Richard-Hamelin offers a program entirely devoted to Chopin. He will perform two “Nocturnes,” the famous “Piano Sonata No. 2” (with its famous third movement,…

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23 23 September at 8:00 pm

Jonas Tomalty steps into a fresh new light with all new material and a brand new super band! In support of his highly anticipated solo album Undivided, Jonas Tomalty's new tour delivers a soulful, dynamic and uniquely powerful show.

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30 30 September at 8:00 pm

On stage, he's delighted audiences with his deadpan—sometimes scathing—comedy and his funny, dandyish and somewhat offbeat persona. He's back with a brand-new show, and it will undoubtedly be brilliant.

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October 2022

Les années Cat Stevens
8 8 October at 8:00 pm

Cat Stevens marked an entire generation. Pierre Trépanier, Martin Lessard and Alain Couture have revisited all his greatest hits and, in this concert,  bring this unforgettable era back to life. They will perform “Father & Son,” “Wild World,” “Moonshadow,” “Where Do the Children Play,” “Oh Very Young,” “Morning Has Broken,” “Can’t Keep It In,” “Hard Headed Woman,” and many other classics. An evening for diehard fans of this 1970s icon.

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Dominique Fils-Aimé presents “Three Little Words”
14 14 October at 8:00 pm

Dominique Fils-Aimé presents “Three Little Words,” the final chapter in her trilogy of albums about the legacy of African-American music. From the stripped-down blues tones of her debut album to the jazz inflections of her second opus, her latest recording, released in February 2021, embraces the emotional lushness of the soul music of yesterday and tomorrow. On stage, whether in Canada, Europe or the United States, Dominique Fils-Aimé draws the listener in with her vocal swagger and radiant glow. Making…

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Ariane Roy presents Medium plaisir
27 27 October at 8:00 pm

Ariane Roy, named a Révélation Radio-Canada for 2021-2022, is a young singer-songwriter from Quebec City. In her songs as well as performances she combines contrast and spontaneity, and she delights in offering lyrically rich, uninhibited alternative pop melodies wrapped up in a surprisingly mature voice. Beguiling and refreshingly at ease as she plays guitar, she and her band promise to make a splash with her show “medium plaisir,” directed by singer-songwriter LUMIÈRE. In March 2020, Ariane Roy released her first…

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Salomé Leclerc
29 29 October at 8:00 pm

After three critically acclaimed albums in Quebec and in Europe, a recipient of the Félix-Leclerc, Charles-Cros, Rapsat-Lelièvre and Espoir FEQ awards, Salomé Leclerc returns with a fourth album. In Mille ouvrages mon cœur, the singer-songwriter bares her soul a little more and continues her search for the singular thread—at once raw and ordered— of her being, leaving a vital place to chance and happy accidents. She knows how to cultivate her solitude while at the same time making her presence…

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November 2022

4 4 November at 8:00 pm

Simon Delisle tackles all topics head-on, touching on everything that appeals to him or annoys him. His hard-hitting, caustic humour is filled with imagery of ever-increasing intensity, and his unique presence and extraordinary life experiences have turned him into a fearless comic. Although life has thrown a few challenges his way, it takes a lot to knock him out… You could almost say he's Invincible! His ultimate goal: to make us laugh by bombarding us with jokes. A sort of…

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19 19 November at 8:00 pm

Mario Jean is back and stronger than ever, looking to renew himself, to move ahead, to surprise audiences once again. With his unique, versatile style and ability to bring everyone together, he tackles issues that people can relate to—while at the same time amazing them. Aller de l'avant's favourite topics include human intelligence and stupidity, the joys and sorrows of growing old, overconsumption, television and advertising, his children, who are still at home... And one of his routines deals with…

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26 26 November at 8:00 pm

SOLO SHOW Émile Proulx-Cloutier goes solo to tell stories in all their raw and lively energy. New songs, new tales, new slams: this one-man show springs from the actor-musician's desire to try something different—creating a show first (with the album to follow one day, someday…). So the new work will premiere in concert, and songs from the albums Aimer les monstres and Marée haute will shine with renewed life. À mains nues (“barehanded”)—an act of stripping away, of vulnerability, of…

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December 2022

3 3 December at 8:00 pm

After the success of his first three solo shows and the TV series Léo, actor and writer Fabien Cloutier presents Délicat, his new one-man show. “Delicate” is a term one wouldn't automatically associate with Fabien Cloutier, who always delights in telling things as they are and in language that is a sharp as a scalpel. Delicate, because the artist's unique and colourful writing constantly revels in detail—without losing its edge. Because, despite what we may believe, nothing is off limits.…

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February 2023

Isabella d’Éloize Perron – SPECTACLE POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 25, 2023
25 25 February at 8:00 pm

The young violinist Isabella d’Éloize Perron, noted for her great musical maturity, was named as a Radio-Canada Révélation in classical music for 2020-2021. She also won the First Prize and People’s Choice Award at the prestigious 2021 Orford Music Award competition. Last November, she played to sold-out houses at the Maison symphonique de Montréal and at the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City. Isabella d’Éloize Perron began her solo career at the age of seven with the I Musici de Montréal…

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March 2023

10 10 March at 8:00 pm

Combining Moroccan origins with a North American upbringing, NEEV has what it takes to travel easily throughout various cultures, accents, customs and craziness! You may have seen him in many Juste pour Rire and ComédiHa! galas since 2009, as well as in the TV shows En direct de l’univers de Mariana Mazza, L’Open Mic de Dominic & Martin (season 2), Patrick Groulx (season 1), Dans ma tête, Selon l’Opinion Comique, D’un rire à l’autre, Juste pour rire en direct, Gravel le matin,…

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April 2023

Didier Lambert
8 8 April at 8:00 pm

Swell à souhait Wherever he goes, Didier Lambert has his audiences rolling in the aisles—no matter their age, origin or gender! Sometimes endearing, sometimes grating, he likes to shake things up, to shock, but, above all, to make people laugh—and no subject is off limits. Whether he’s singing along to his ukulele, or performing a monologue, his surprising, off-kilter comedy never fails to draw you into his outlandish world. A finalist in the En route vers mon premier gala Juste…

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