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Between headliners and discoveries

marc-andre-ayotte-microbrasserie-pecheresse(La Tuque) The team of the cultural complex Félix-Leclerc unveiled Wednesday night programming for the 2016-2017 season. Music, comedy, theater, it promises a happy mixture between discoveries and headliners.

The new programming of the Felix-Leclerc cultural center offers varied performances which, it is hoped, will please everyone. Include, among others, Jonas, Les Cowboys Fringants, Michel Barrette, Pierre Hébert, Mike Ward, Laurence Jalbert, Alexandre Barrette and Patrice Michaud, to name a few.

The Director General of Cultural Complex, Sandie Letendre and his team invite the public to be charmed by its artists darlings, but also to be surprised by enthusiasts emerging artists, who were “carefully chosen”.

Moreover, the audience enjoyed the performances of some artists programming on site. They could hear Sarah Bourdon, Caroline Savoie and Joëlle St-Pierre, who will present their show all three as part of the Emergence series, presented on September 29.

Short interviews live by the General Director also allowed the public to know more about the artists.

A novelty will also mark this season while a partnership was developed with the microbrewery The Sinner, which will host some shows programming in a formula representations outside the Walls.

“We are very proud and fortunate to be associated with the cultural complex. Craft beer and cultural mix. We invite people to come to rock with us, “commented the owner of the establishment Marc-André Ayotte.

Mike Love, in the international category, is the first to have confirmed his presence at the microbrewery The Sinner. A rising star of the reggae music as the Executive Director of the Félix-Leclerc cultural complex.

“The goal is to seek a new audience, people who may not be currently attending the cultural complex. The shows will be presented in an intimate atmosphere. This will create a happening, “said Sandie Letendre.

To make culture more accessible, the Cultural Complex continues this year promoting student access, offering 20 tickets per show for $ 10 to member students with a valid student ID. The Youth Festival will also be back in April for the third edition.

A concert afternoon for seniors will again be presented during the next programming and will feature the vocal quartet with his show Quartom Christmas Quartom presented December 17, 2016.

The appointment indigenous, organized in partnership with the Native Friendship Centre of La Tuque will be presented on March 18, with a show the artist singer-songwriter Sakay Ottawa.

Theatre lovers will not be disappointed with the room Sherlock Holmes and the tryst.

You can get a membership card now by contacting the Cultural Complex. Packages of shows (accessible to members) will go on sale on 20 June.

Ticket sales for the members will be from June 28 and selling for all starting July 6. Tickets, meanwhile, will be available starting July 7.

“I like to say you dare. Dare to discover music, song, talent, daring novelty, “said the executive director of Cultural Complex, Sandie Letendre.

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