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May 2022

2Frères
27 27 May at 8:00 pm

Déplogué 2Frères, the popular singer-songwriter duo, is coming to TLB. This is a unique opportunity to see Erik and Sonny Caouette on stage once again—or meet them for the very first time—as they perform an intimate, “unplugged” version of their show. At times funny, at times touching, the 2Frères revisit the greatest hits of their francophone folk repertoire, along with a few new songs, all enhanced with never-before-told stories and anecdotes.

$55
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Isabella d’Éloize Perron
28 28 May 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…

$40
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June 2022

Harry Manx
2 2 June at 8:00 pm

Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Manx blends classical Indian music with southern American Blues. In the mid-1980s, captivated by Indian music, he began a five-year apprenticeship with Rajasthani master Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He learned to play the famous Mohan Veena, a guitar/sitar, which became his favourite instrument. The artist is thus described as the “essential link” between Eastern and Western music, creating musical stories that combine the blues tradition with the depth of classical Indian raga under the name “Mysticssippi.” With…

$44
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Harry Manx (SOLD-OUT)
3 3 June at 8:00 pm

Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Manx blends classical Indian music with southern American Blues. In the mid-1980s, captivated by Indian music, he began a five-year apprenticeship with Rajasthani master Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He learned to play the famous Mohan Veena, a guitar/sitar, which became his favourite instrument. The artist is thus described as the “essential link” between Eastern and Western music, creating musical stories that combine the blues tradition with the depth of classical Indian raga under the name “Mysticssippi.” With…

$44
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Laurence Jalbert
11 11 June at 8:00 pm

En toute intimité In the cozy setting of Theatre Lac-Brome, celebrated singer Laurence Jalbert performs her most memorable songs, along with those that have marked her career. Accompanied by her guitarist, she draws audiences in with her infectious energy and remarkable generosity of spirit. An evening you won’t want to miss!

$50
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Shawn Phillips (SOLD OUT)
16 16 June at 8:00 pm

Liam Loves Quebec! 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,…

$48
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Shawn Phillips (SOLD OUT)
17 17 June at 8:00 pm

Liam Loves Quebec! 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,…

$48
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July 2022

Annual gala evening – ALEXANDRE DA COSTA STRADIVARIUS SUPERCHARGE
2 2 July at 6:00 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome's annual gala evening, with Alexandre Da Costa Welcome to Theatre Lac-Brome's annual gala evening! The festivities will begin with a cocktail reception from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be followed by the Stradivarius Supercharge show, featuring renowned violin virtuoso Alexandre Da Costa, accompanied by the Trio Jazz Stradivaria. Attendees will also have the chance to enter a draw for several surprise door prizes. Tickets are $175 per person, and an official tax receipt will be issued for…

$175
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August 2022

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

$38
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September 2022

JONAS TOMALTY – UNDIVIDED
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.

$42
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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.

$42
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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…

$43
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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…

$38
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November 2022

ÉMILE PROULX-CLOUTIER – À MAINS NUES
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…

$47
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