MARCH 20 2020
TURMEL - LEAHY - SCHRYER
COVID-19 –CONCERT REPORTÉ
À la suite de la demande du premier ministre du Québec d'annuler tout événement qui n'est pas absolument nécessaire, nous regrettons de vous informer que notre concert du 20 mars n’aura pas lieu à cette date. Nous espérons reporter le concert du merveilleux Trio Leahy, Schryer & Turmel à une date ultérieure.
Prenez soin, et nous espérons vous accuellir bientôt à La Grange de la Gatineau!
COVID-19 – CONCERT POSTPONED
With new guidance from the Quebec government to cancel all events that are not absolutely necessary, we regret to announce that our concert scheduled for March 20 will not go ahead. We hope to reschedule the wonderful Leahy, Schryer & Turmel Trio to a future date.
Take good care of yourself, and we hope to welcome you back soon to La Grange de la Gatineau!
Friday, March 20 at 8 pm
$30.00 + tax
Driven by an intense passion for traditional music, this trio is known for its ability to transport its audience through a world as emotional as spectacular. Destiny made these three great musical spirits meet and develop together a contagious complicity. Violin, accordion and piano will undoubtedly make you vibrate with their warm sound. Individually, Erin Leahy (piano), Louis Schryer (violin) and Timi Turmel (accordion) are recognized as important pillars in their respective discipline.
APRIL 17 2020
STEPHEN FAULKNER AND YVES MARCHAND
Friday, April 17 at 8 pm
$25.00 + tax
Two icons of the Quebec song meet on the stage of the Grange de la Gatineau.
Stephen Faulkner no longer needs introductions! While he played with Plume Latraverse fhe was known as 'Cassonade'. His first solo album gave us "Si j’avais un char". His album Tessons d'Auréoles won him the Félix as singer-songwriter of the year in 2000.
Singer-songwriter Yves Marchand is one of the founding members of the Zébulon (Felix as the Best new artist of the Year in 1994 and Best Group of the Year 1997). In 2004, he wrote and directed his first solo album, Belvédère, acclaimed by critics ("The most remarkable record of songs made in Quebec this year" Sylvain Cormier Le Devoir). In 2010, with Isabelle Cyr, he created Pays d'abondance, a show that has since been touring across Canada and the United States.
An evening that will undoubtedly be unforgettable!
DINNER & CONCERT TICKETS
Friday, April 17 at 6:30 pm
$67.55 + tax
MAY 8 2020
BEN RACINE BAND
May 8 at 8 pm
$30.00 + tax
The Ben Racine Band has been one of Montreal’s most critically acclaimed blues act.
His first record “One Of A Kind” was nominated at the Maple Blues Awards in 2013 and the recognition never stopped since.
The sound of the band originates from an incredibly tight rhythm section, screaming horns and a razor sharp telecaster guitar. A signature groove that lead them to backing-up several major blues artists like Kenny Blues Boss Wayne, Andria Simone, Shakura S’Aida, Curtis Salgado, Thornetta Davis and Dawn Tyler Watson.
As Dawn Tyler Watson’s band they won the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis where Ben was crowned guitar player of the year winning the Albert King Award. A must see for any blues fan that enjoys truly original songwriting infused with horn driven soul and the golden days of R&B.