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A unique concert by Suzie LeBlanc for the 42nd

A unique concert by Suzie LeBlanc for the 42nd

The soprano nominated for a Juno for Classical Album of the Year will present a new version of Mouvance on Saturday, March 16 at 7:30pm at Théâtre Outremont.

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An artistic exploration of exile and uprootedness in Acadia, carried by the words of Gérald Leblanc, the interpretation of Suzie LeBlanc, the music of composer Jérôme Blais and the images of six short films produced by Renée Blanchar, the Mouvance project will be presented in its entirety and in a new version, for the first time in Quebec.

Accompanied by Norman Adams on cello and Pierre-André Doucet on piano, soprano Suzie LeBlanc will perform pieces from the Mouvance album, interwoven with screenings of short films inspired by the project and produced by Renée Blanchar.

C’est loin by Katrine Noël
Génocideville by Kevin McIntyre
Il va sans dire by Denise Bouchard
La brume by Jerome Luc Paulin
Nous partirons by Julien Cadieux
Tu me mouves by Stéphane Lévesque

Join us for a magical evening where music, poetry and images meet.

Internationally renowned Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlancs singing career includes performances and widely acclaimed recordings with keyboardists, chamber ensembles and orchestras in new, early and traditional repertoires.

She received the Order of Canada (2015) and four honorary doctorates for her prolific performances of early music, as well as for her contribution to Acadian culture. In 2021, she was the recipient of the Prix Éloize for the most distinguished artist outside Acadia. She commissioned eleven Canadian compositions set to the poetry of Pulitzer-Prize recipient Elizabeth Bishop and recorded them on the album I am in need of music” which won an ECMA for Best Classical Recording.

In January 2021, Suzie took on the role of Artistic and Executive Director of Early Music Vancouver, where she now resides.

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