Christmas concert on December 22nd at Maison Mère – Le Charlevoisien

For the first time in a long time, Maison Mère Baie-Saint-Paul presents a concert of songs, traditional melodies, classical and baroque music and film music on December 22nd.

The 120-minute show is performed by the Ensemble Renouveau de Québec and Renée Gagnon, organist at Maison Mère.

The Ensemble Renouveau was founded in Quebec in 2017 and brings together five friends who met during their time at the conservatory and who share the same passion. The ensemble consists of two sopranos, Carole-Anne Roussel and Évelyne Larochelle, and an instrumental trio consisting of violinist Jessy Dubé, pianist Bruce Gaulin and cellist Simon Desbiens.

The ensemble’s goal is to democratize the work of classical musicians by making their repertoire more accessible. A wide range of well-known and/or newly arranged works will be presented that characterize her “Renewal” style.

Baie-Saint-Pauloise Renée Gagnon is a pianist and organist. She is also the owner of the Casavant organ at the Baie-Saint-Paul church and excels as a soloist and accompanist.

“With this Christmas concert, Maison Mère would like to take young and old into the magic of the Christmas season this year,” the organization announced in a press release.

The concert starts at 7 p.m. Beforehand there is a free glass of champagne, during the break there is a glass of Christmas punch and at the end of the concert a table with sweets and port wine awaits the audience.

Tickets, priced at $35 for Section A, $30 for Section B and $20 for Section C (obstructed view), are available starting November 27 at either www.maisonmere.ca/concerts or at the Maison Mère reception available. at 63 Rue Ambroise-Fafard. Depending on availability, tickets will also be sold at the box office on the evening of the concert.


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