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Review: Laurent Paquin – Déplaire

Review by Andrew Greenfield Laurent Paquin entertained a sold out crowd at the Salle Albert-Rousseau in Quebec City last Wednesday. And what a show it was! Armed with a microphone,

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Review: Michael Girard – À contre-sens

By Carrianne Bell You may have heard of Michael Girard. He’s a 36 year old singer from Saguenay. He’s somewhat well-known, with four albums under his belt. In the past

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Review: Théâtre du Trident’s Le cas Joé Ferguson

By Aileen Ruane “The truth is rarely pure and never simple” is an oft-quoted line from Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, but could just as easily apply to

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Notre Dame de Paris coming to Quebec – August 2018

By Job Patstone Wednesday November 1st we were invited to a promotional presentation for the new production of one of Quebec’s most famous and most successful musicals, Notre Dame de

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BeOrigin gin Quebec launch

By Bernard Giroux Franck Sergerie has a vision… and a nose. It is indeed a vision of flavors and aromas, in which a bit of science (or sorcery) comes into

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Lisa Simone at the Palais Montcalm, Quebec City

By Andrew Greenfield Lisa Simone steps out of her mother’s shadow and the audience falls in love. Performing tracks from her latest album, My World, she also paid hommage to

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Mathieu Lippé lights up Théâtre Petit Champlain with words and music

By Carrianne Bell The more concerts that I go to the more I find that they are the same. Cookie-cutter singers singing cookie-cutter songs that are easily forgettable and lack

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The White Zulu Bids Farewell to Québec, But Leaves Us Dancing and Humming His Tunes

Photo credit: Johnny Clegg in 2013. By Staff Writer Rare is the occasion that a concert attains the poignant, but that was the case of Johnny Clegg’s show at the

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New cruise ship Silver Muse drops anchor in Quebec City

Review and photos by Job Patstone There are cruise-ship lines, and then there are exceptional cruise-ship lines and Life in Quebec had a chance this week to visit one of

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REVIEW: Les Trois Ténors – A play adapted from (A Comedy of Tenors) by Ken Ludwig

Review by Job Patstone Translation and adaptation by: Benoît Brière, Luc Guèrin, et Martin Drainville LifeinQuebec was invited to the premiere of Les Trois Ténors at the ‘Salle Albert-Rousseau’ theater

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Family Fun at the 2017 Grande Foire de Québec

By Nathalie Peron Québec City (Québec) August 16th, 2017, Expo Cité – For a second year, Expo Cité is home to Québec City’s revamped summer fair. Once known as Expo

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Milky Chance scores high with fans at Festivent

Clemens Rehbein (Milky Chance) performs at Festivent, Parc Champigny, Lévis, Québec, Wednesday 2 August, 2017. Photo credit: Claude Cayouette. Review by Nathalie Peron Lévis (Québec) August 2nd, 2017, Festivent, scène

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Festivent’s 35th Starts Off with Vance Joy

Vance Joy performs at Festivent, Parc Champigny, St-Jean Chrysostome, Québec, 01 August 2017. Photo credit: Caroline Fournier. Review by Nathalie Peron Lévis (Québec) July 7th, 2017, Festivent, scène Loto-Québec –

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FEQ50: The Strumbellas bring joy to the masses

Review by Andrew Greenfield Folk pop, indie rock, alternative country – yes, these guys from Toronto do it all. Isabel Ritchie (violin), Jeremy Drury (drums), Darry James (bass guitar), David