A lively summer | Arts

The sun has finally come out, and brings with it a lot of activities and entertainment in the capital’s parks and public places. On July 10 and August 7, at the Villa Bagatelle, you can attend two shows by Thomas Langlois as part of the series Music and poetry in the garden.

A doctoral student in literature and performing and screen arts, Thomas Langlois is a well-known name in the slam world. His talents have earned him many distinctions, including the title of vice-world champion at the Paris Slam World Cup. For the shows, he will be accompanied by the multidisciplinary artist Erika Hagen-Veilleux and the group 5 for Trio.

On July 18, at 8 p.m., it’s at the Site patrimonial de la Visitation, at the corner of Route de l’Eglise and Chemin Sainte-Foy, that you’ll have to head for a journey through time with the guitarist. David Jacques. This lecturer at the Faculty of Music will bring together on the same stage guitars made by the best luthiers of the last 400 years. The public will thus be able to discover works chosen from a repertoire that characterizes these instruments.

The doctoral student in music Alain Châteauvert is also on the poster of the Heritage Site of the Visitation with the show From Chopin to Debussy, August 15th. Whoever won 1is winner of the Gérard-Boivin competition at Laval University recently will present a romantic piano concert with a touch of impressionism.

All the summer activities are presented on the Quebec City website.

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