Up and coming entertainment

• The Quebec Art Company held an online reading of The Visitor on March 28. Monthly QACStage Pass performances of vintage radio plays are uploaded to the QAC YouTube channel on the last Sunday of every month and can be viewed free of charge anytime thereafter. For more information, visit quebecartcompany.com.

• The Citadelle of Québec is reopening to the public on April 1. In addition to its fascinating permanent museum, there is a new exhibit for families with young children called Operation Paws and Boots. For details, visit lacitadelle.qc.ca/en.

• The Morrin Centre is presenting a diverse roster of authors from across Canada, representing a wide variety of literary genres, during this year’s Imagination Writers’ Festival, which will be held online from April 6 to 11. All events will be free. For more information and to reserve your spot, visit morrin.org/imagination.

• The Club Musical de Québec presents the Cheng 2 Duo, the irresistible brother-sister tandem from Ottawa featuring cellist Bryan and pianist Silvie Cheng, at the Palais Montcalm. They will give two performances in homage to Beethoven with a nod to the 100th birthday of Piazzolla on April 11 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Music lovers can attend online or in person, although a limited number of seats are available at the venue. For more information and to reserve tickets, visit clubmusicaldequebec.com.

• The annual Printemps de la musique concert series takes place online in Quebec City from May 19 to 23. You can follow two online paths to virtually visit heritage sites and experience a host of free musical performances. For more information, visit quebec-cite.com/en/what-to-do-quebec-city/events/printemps-de-la-musique.

• The Orchestre symphonique de Québec is back in business, with many interesting upcoming concerts that can be attended in person (physically distanced) at the Grand Théâtre or viewed online. For details, visit the OSQ website at osq.org.

Les Violons du Roy is also offering concerts that can be attended (physically distanced) at the Palais Montcalm or viewed online. For details, visit violonsduroy.com.