La Fête de la Musique de Tremblant celebrates its 16th edition!

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La Fête de la Musique de Tremblant with Angèle Dubeau as artistic director

 Dear music lovers,

Welcome to the majestic backdrop of Tremblant where takes place the Fête de la Musique de Tremblant. I have had the joy of creating this annual musical gathering almost 20 years ago and it has been a pleasure to watch it grow over the years. It is a delightful musical event that is offered to spectators whose happiness is what I aim for.

As a great celebration of all music genres, the Fête de la Musique welcomes to the stage again this year some of the greatest Canadian musicians and singers. These artists are here to share with you their passion for music, and will surely open up a full range of human emotions.

Happy festival!  Angèle Dubeau O.C., C.Q.
Artistic Director

8 p.m. | St-Jovite Church (St-Jovite area)

Natalie Choquette

"Diva by Night." It's been raining in London for months... The gloomy skies have put a crimp in Elizabeth the First’s love life. Even a cup of the best tea cannot bring her cheer... A therapeutic trip to the Côte d’Azur becomes vital! Accompanied by her talented court musician, Her Highness pours out her feelings in song, revealing a few state secrets along the way. Melodies from opera to "French Can Can", from Mistinguett to Piaf, Dalida and Aznavour, and from jazz to New France folk music, the Queen follows her fancy and entertains the crowds! This royal musical fantasy is inspired by historical facts.

Concerts

12:30 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Vincent Lauzer

Named Révélation Radio-Canada 2013-2014 and 2012 Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Opus Awards, to name a few, virtuoso recorder-player Vincent Lauzer keeps on winning top awards. Joined by the cellist Amanda Keesmaat and the harpsichordist Mélisande McNabney, the trio will be playing famous Italian sonatas. Here’s a program set to amaze many fans!

1 p.m. | Promenade Deslauriers Stage

Consort Baroque Laurentia

With their latest album Passioni, Vizi & Virtù, Laurentia once again makes Baroque music accessible to all. This recital, characterized by an unequivocal freshness, exposes Italian composer Barbara Strozzi's point of view on love and its many surprises through an imaginative journey in the musicality of 17th century Venice. Welcome to the bourgeois parlours of the era and enjoy the Italian flavours and style of these vocal and instrumental musics with soprano Peggy Bélanger and Michel Angers on the theorbo.

2 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Luc Beauséjour

Renowned harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour offers a festive program; songs filled with cheerfulness. Along with soprano Jacqueline Woodley, trumpet player Benjamin Raymond and cellist Amanda Keesmaat, Luc Beauséjour will surely please the crowd, holding a few musical surprises in store for his fans.

3 p.m. | Promenade Deslauriers Stage

Isabeau et Mélisande

Be carried away by the sounds of the harp, recorders, cello and viola da gamba in the world of Celtic music. With melodies that are as mythical and enticing as they are lively and passionate, multi-instrumentalists Isabeau and Mélisande Corriveau will show you the musical gems that Wales, Ireland, Scotland and Britain have to offer. These two exceptionally talented musicians will undoubtedly know how to charm you!

4 p.m.| Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Mamselle Ruiz

Accompanied by 4 musicians, Mamselle Ruiz (Révélation Radio-Canada 2013-2014) presents her latest album Miel de Cactus; original pieces that are all imbued with her Mexican origins and American sounds. Though her repertoire is deeply rooted in Latin rhythms, it is also spiced up with jazz and touches of electronic music. A show that promises to bring the audience to their feet for a few dance moves.

5:30 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Praise and Worship Crew

No less than 12 singers and 4 musicians will take on gospel classics. The entire troupe is ready to set the stage on fire with all the energy and enthusiasm that characterize them, in addition to the joyful sounds that are the soul of gospel music!

8 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Ariane Moffatt

It is a great honour to welcome this exceptionally talented artist, even more so as a solo performer. Her incomparable voice that reflects remarkable closeness are at the heart of her success. A voice as earthly as it is ethereal, endowed with surprising strength. With just her piano, Ariane Moffatt will perform songs from her 5 albums; a show that wil surely move the audience.

Mont-Tremblant welcomes the whole family!

12 p.m. Lac Mercier | 4 p.m. Croisée des chemins

D’Harmo

Delightfully quirky, yet musically sophisticated, D'HARMO brings together four of the finest harmonica players of Quebec’s music scene. This genre-bending quartet featuring the entire range of the harmonica family (diatonic, chromatic, bass and chord) delves into an entirely original repertoire, blending together traditional Jewish and Québécois music with jazz, blues and avant-garde music for dynamic street performances. D’HARMO will also be performing on the stage at Plage du Lac Mercier on Saturday and Sunday.

1:30 and 4:30 p.m. | Lac Mercier

Natalie Choquette

As Mimi the Diva Malbouffa returns from the library singing opera, she learns that her friends are all invited to Gustave's party where the menu consists of fast food. The thought is already making Mimi la Malbouffa drool! But when she realizes that she didn’t get an invitation card, Mimi goes wild! A brand new and tasty opérabouffe, an exciting musical journey to the discovery of New France, and where the youngsters will help Mimi chose a healthy lifestyle. This is no small feat!

1 p.m. Croisée des chemins | 3 p.m. Lac Mercier

Gadji Gadjo

GADJI GADJO presents an acoustic and festive entertainment show in the middle of the crowd! You are invited to surround them, dance and share with them this powerful music, "GYPSY STYLE"! GADJI GADJO will also present a family show: LES GITANS ONT PERDU LA MUSIQUE (The gypsies misplaced the music), on the stage at Plage du Lac Mercier.

Animation

1:45, 3:15 and 4:45 p.m. | Croisée des chemins

Cyclotraqués

Motivated by rumours of freedom, three misfits set out to conquer the surrounding villages. These three companions, on a startling mobile structure, will offer songs These three accomplices on a startling mobile structure deliver songs from their land from the repertoire of their native land: both original compositions and traditional songs infused with the identity chaos they carry inside. You believe them to be naive or unruly? Wrong! They just have never tasted modern containment!

Concerts

12 p.m.| Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Karin Kei Nagano and Mari Kodama

A unique chance to see a mother and daughter piano duet. Mari Kodama is an internationally renowned pianist for her musical sensitivity and remarkable virtuosity. The aesthetic depth of her unique style has always been demonstrated in her numerous concerts everywhere in Europe, the USA and Japan. Her daughter, Karin Kei Nagano’s debut album under the ANALEKTA label has been out since last autumn. The young pianist has an impressive artistic journey, starting in California at age 9 interpreting Mozart’s piano Concerto No.8. At age 10, she had already played with the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra and, throughout the summer, had completed her first international tour with Tafelmusik at the Reate Festival in Rome, and with Yuri Bashmet and the Moscow Virtuosi at the Elba Festival. Their complicity adds emotion to their grandiose interpretations.

1 p.m. | Promenade Deslauriers Stage

Artiq Session

At a crossroads, two traditional music enthusiasts got together and created an emotional and vibrant show. Taking the audience from Ireland and Scotland to Quebec, the atmosphere will be at its peak with violinist Jean-Michel Marois and cellist Rachel Baillargeon.

2 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Pentaèdre

Let yourself be charmed by the enchanting sounds of South American music, from sophisticated tango to smooth Cuban dances, in versions for wind quintet. Whether with the arrangements of Piazzolla's Seasons or with original compositions from bandoneon player Denis Plante, bassoonist Mathieu Lussier or saxophonist Paquito D'Rivera, Pentaèdre will take you to the sunny atmosphere of these distant countries.

3 p.m. | Promenade Deslauriers Stage

Anne-Julie Caron

Marimbist Anne-Julie Caron and flautist Geneviève Savoie gently take us on a musical journey, from Latin America to the ancient lands of Eastern Europe and all the way to the Middle East. From Astor Piazzolla's Histoire du Tango, to arrangements by Québec guitarists Claude Gagnon and Patrick Roux to the works of Franz Doppler, these ladies create a world where tradition and modernity go hand in hand. Here is the opportunity to discover the sounds of two instruments of ancient origins that present rich and colourful tones.

4 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Delphine Mantha

Renowned Mexican musician Sergio Barrenechea created Impulso Flamenco with flamenco dancer Delphine Mantha in 2011. Listen to the haunting yet dynamic melodies of guitarist Hugo Larenas and violinist Mikhaelle Salazar, the heart-rending singing and powerful percussion playing of Sergio Barrenechea, in addition to the graceful and rhythmic arms and the feisty zapateados of the Académie Flamenca dancers, led by flamenco dancer and choreographer Delphine Mantha. Song, music and dancing will resound to the same beat!

5:30 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Habana Café

Habana Café is a Cuban band that plays original music. After their first album, Vengo de mi Cuba (2007), Julián Gutiérrez and the other 8 members of the group are returning with a new album of warm Havana rhythms tinged with modern music: Mi Camino. Habana Café is a love story between Cuba and Québec, traditional and modern, French and Spanish. Mi Camino, a show without boundaries! Dancers will join the group on stage for a concert beyond the musical frontiers!

8 p.m. | Québecor stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Angèle Dubeau & Friends!

An artist of rare versatility considered one of the most prominent violin virtuosos in Canada, Angèle Dubeau has led a dazzling career for 37 years in the great concert halls of the world. She is one of the rare classical musicians in the world to have 3 Gold records. Throughout her career, she has sold over 550,000 albums. Whether standing alone, in front of an orchestra, or in the intimacy of chamber repertoire with her orchestra La Pietà, she continues to move and astonish us while always pushing forward. It is amongst friends that Angèle Dubeau will kick off her latest concert season on the stage of Mont-Tremblant. Alain Lefèvre, Dan Taylor and her orchestra La Pietà. It is alongside these renowned artists that she invites us to her concert, a key event of the festival. Angèle Dubeau and her accomplices are full of surprises and promising a must-see concert filled with excitement.

8 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Alain Lefèvre

Montreal pianist and composer Alain Lefèvre is amongst our greatest Canadian pianists. Dazzling virtuoso, he pursues a sparkling international career and has performed in more than forty countries with prestigious international orchestras and leading conductors. He is recipient of a JUNO Award, an Opus Award, ten Felix (ADISQ) and of the André Gagnon Prize (SPACQ). In 2010, Mr. Lefèvre signed his first motion picture ,« L'Enfant prodige », as music director, composer and pianist. In December 2013, he revived the music of Mathieu at the celebrated Carnegie Hall in New York.

8 p.m. | Québecor Stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Daniel Taylor

Daniel Taylor is one of the most sought-after countertenors in the world and recognized as Canada's finest. His discography counts more than 100 recordings. Daniel has performed with the New York Metropolitan Opera, Glyndebourne, Rome Opera, San Francisco Opera, at the Edinburgh Festival and at the Royal Albert Hall/BBC Proms.

Mont-Tremblant welcomes the whole family!

2 p.m. | Lac Mercier

Natalie Choquette

As Mimi the Diva Malbouffa returns from the library singing opera, she learns that her friends are all invited to Gustave's party where the menu consists of fast food. The thought is already making Mimi la Malbouffa drool! But when she realizes that she didn’t get an invitation card, Mimi goes wild! A brand new and tasty opérabouffe, an exciting musical journey to the discovery of New France, and where the youngsters will help Mimi chose a healthy lifestyle. This is no small feat!

1 p.m. Croisée des chemins | 3:30 p.m. Lac Mercier

D’Harmo

Delightfully quirky, yet musically sophisticated, D'HARMO brings together four of the finest harmonica players of Quebec’s music scene. This genre-bending quartet featuring the entire range of the harmonica family (diatonic, chromatic, bass and chord) delves into an entirely original repertoire, blending together traditional Jewish and Québécois music with jazz, blues and avant-garde music for dynamic street performances. D’HARMO will also be performing on the stage at Plage du Lac Mercier on Saturday and Sunday.

Animation

1:45, 3:15 and 4:45 p.m. | Croisée des chemins

Cyclotraqués

Motivated by rumours of freedom, three misfits set out to conquer the surrounding villages. These three companions, on a startling mobile structure, will offer songs These three accomplices on a startling mobile structure deliver songs from their land from the repertoire of their native land: both original compositions and traditional songs infused with the identity chaos they carry inside. You believe them to be naive or unruly? Wrong! They just have never tasted modern containment!

2:30 and 5:30 p.m. | Croisée des chemins

Gadji Gadjo

GADJI GADJO presents an acoustic and festive entertainment show in the middle of the crowd! You are invited to surround them, dance and share with them this powerful music, "GYPSY STYLE"! GADJI GADJO will also present a family show: LES GITANS ONT PERDU LA MUSIQUE (The gypsies misplaced the music), on the stage at Plage du Lac Mercier.

Concerts

12 p.m. | Québecor stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Kerson Leong

Now at the age of 17, Kerson Leong gained international recognition in 2010 at the age of 13 when he won the Junior First Prize at the Menuhin Competition in Oslo, Norway. He is also the First Prize winner of the Stepping Stone 2014 and a five time Grand Prize winner (2005-2009) at the Canadian Music Competition. In 2013, he won the National Arts Centre Orchestra Bursary Competition, as well as First Prize at the 2013 OSM Standard Life Competition. Kerson has just been named Revelation Radio-Canada 2014-2015 for the classical music category. It is accompanied by pianist Philippe Chiu that he offers us his interpretation of virtuosi works.

1 p.m. | Québecor stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Berbanya

Berbanya is the contraction of the words "anya" (rhythms) and "berb"”, short for "Berber". On stage, the North African musicians play to the beat and rhythms of their homeland, taking the audience on an adventure to a faraway land; a place with no worries, synonymous with dancing, humming and travelling. The band will introduce you to Algeria's Berber music with songs from their album L'Autre Rive, and will draw upon the old Kabyle repertoire and spread knowledge on this ancestral culture. North African harmonies straight out of childhood where sunny songs and rhythms team up with vivacious beats, creating an amazing magical effect. Intense, original and vibrant.

2 p.m. | Québecor stage, Place Saint-Bernard

Helmut Lipsky

Renowned violinist and composer Helmut Lipsky, along with his musical ensemble Mélosphère (Vladimir Sidorov, bayan; Matt Herskowitz, piano; Jean-François Martel, double bass), and singer Karen Young, will perform Jassique! They will offer jazzy and playful interpretations of well known classical works, as well as original compositions inspired by music from various eras and cultures.

Animation

12 and 1:30 p.m. | Croisée des chemins

Cyclotraqués

Motivated by rumours of freedom, three misfits set out to conquer the surrounding villages. These three companions, on a startling mobile structure, will offer songs These three accomplices on a startling mobile structure deliver songs from their land from the repertoire of their native land: both original compositions and traditional songs infused with the identity chaos they carry inside. You believe them to be naive or unruly? Wrong! They just have never tasted modern containment!


In order to provide all guests with a quality experience, Tremblant and its partners offer you public spaces that are exempt of alcohol and restricted areas. You are however free to consume alcohol on restaurant patios and in the pedestrian village's bars and both outdoor and inside licensed establishments.

We would also like to remind you that, for security purposes, folding chairs and coolers are not allowed on site.

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