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Powerful performance at perfect venue

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Photo: Catherine Musgrove

The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Cathedral opened its doors on December 10 for another spectacular musical showcase. This time, Maxim Bernard, the accomplished pianist, did not disappoint.

Club Musical de Québec takes a step back in time

A magical night at the opera

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

If you haven’t seen the Opéra de Québec (OdQ)’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute at the Grand Théâtre yet, there are still two performances on October 22 and 24.

Her Excellency Sharon Johnston, launches her debut book at the Morrin Centre

"Matrons and Madams"

Photo: Sgt. Ronald Duchesne

Join Her Excellency Sharon Johnston, spouse of the Governor General, as she presents her debut novel, Matrons and Madams, at the Morrin Centre, 44 Chausée des Écossais in Old Quebec, on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. 

Out on a school night with Andy Brown

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Photo: Sarah Barclay

Some 20 individuals bask in the light glowing softly around New Brunswick folk singer Andy Brown and his acoustic guitar in the basement of Le Cercle. The audience includes a handful of Quebec High School (QHS) staff and former students, many of whom are long-time followers and fellow musicians themselves. 

The rain on the Plains fell mainly on the Foo Fighters

Mother Nature 1 – Foo Fighters 0

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Photo: Renaud Philippe, provided by FEQ

On the evening of July 11, the Foo Fighters from Seattle started an impressive rock show and fought hard against the elements, but the electrical storm, heavy gusts of wind and rain were just too intense. The Festival d’Été organizers and the Foo Fighters had no choice but to cancel the show after only four songs – a first for the FEQ.

Valérie Clio / Gabrielle Shonk concert and dance workshop at Morrin Centre postponed

Concert moved to September 25, new workshop date TBA

Valérie Clio / Gabrielle Shonk concert and dance workshop postpo

Opéra de Québec stages audience favourite, Puccini’s Tosca

Photo: Kasia Borkowska

Giacomo Puccini saw Victorien Sardou's 1887 French-language play La Tosca in 1889 when it was first performed in Rome. He immediately recognized the play's melodramatic ingredients - love, intrigue, murder and suicide - as ideal material for an opera.

Metallica to perform twice in Quebec City in September...

the last show in the Pepsi Colisée and the first in the Centre Vidéotron


Quebec Art Company presents Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead


QUEBEC ART COMPANY  Quebec City's only anglophone community theatre group is pleased to present  ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard.  

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