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Interviews See all

The Liberating of Navet Confit

Navet Confit went digging through his records. The harvest was good because it’s not one disc he just launched, not two or three, but ten simultaneously! The versatile artist, who also presents an unusual virtual concert, tells us about this kind of crazy project, and paints a portrait of each album.

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    Rufus Wainwright: Continuity and end of Act One

    Produced by Mitchell Froom, Rufus Wainwright’s ninth studio album marks the end of a “first act” in the career of the Montrealer, who has lived in Los Angeles for four years with husband and child. Joined in California in the midst of the pandemic, he recounts his creative process and places the much-anticipated Unfollow the Rules in a prolific body of work that began in the late 1990s with the excellent eponymous album produced by Jon Brion, Pierre Marchand, and the legendary Van Dyke Parks.

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    Feu St-Antoine: Connective Hallucination

    The new label Appærent begins its activities with the launch of L’eau par la soif by Feu St-Antoine, an intimate and very personal first solo disc that sees Pierre Guerineau define himself more as a creator. The Montreal musician and producer, and his associate Jesse Osborne-Lanthier, give an overview of the label and its ambitions, and tell us about this first release, available in digital format and as a limited edition of 99 CDs.

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Seesions 360 See all

Instruments of Happiness: “Uncertain Impact”

Directed by Bernard Hébert during confinement, this previously unreleased piece by Tim Brady is the second original audiovisual production from PAN M 360, under the banner of SESSIONS 360. Composed during this strange period of forced human cohabitation with COVID-19, “Uncertain Impact” highlights the talents of four socially distanced virtuosos – Tim Brady, Jonathan Barriault, Simon Duchesne and Francis Brunet-Turcotte. “‘Uncertain Impact’”, says its composer, “is about moving forward and working together, finding harmony and resolving tension, in the face of uncertainty.”

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    Antoine Corriveau: Le nouveau vocabulaire

    In every nook and cranny of this little planet, we have to learn to live differently. For the months and years to come, we must now live alongside these microscopic, invisible, hostile organisms, we must carry on while learning new ways of behaving together. The PAN M 360 team wishes to contribute artistically in this context of uncertainty and upheaval: this is the first of our SESSIONS 360, courtesy of author, composer and performer Antoine Corriveau. With Simon Angell, Marianne Houle, Pietro Amato, Stéphane Bergeron, Marc-André Landry, Antoine performs a magnificent song of his own here: “Le nouveau vocabulaire”.

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What to watch See all

Electronic

PAN M 360 @ SAT: Dômesicle #1 – Video interviews

Le Quartier des Spectacles is slowly coming back to life! This Saturday, July 11, marks the return of the Dômesicle evenings at the SAT. These events take place in a hybrid format (webcast and also live in the Satosphere dome, with a limit of 50 people admitted) every Saturday from July 11 to August 29, presenting a total of more than 40 artists. R&B, pop, electro, and neo-soul are on the table this Saturday. On this first night, co-presented with Hot Tramp, Montreal women are in the spotlight. On the program: Magi Merlin, Forever, Janette King, Maryze, Hua Li, and Softcoresoft. Visuals by Sean C. and Alex Vlair will add to the night’s bewitching frequencies. You can watch not only the live performances, but also the interviews conducted by PAN M 360.

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Dossiers See all

Classical

Orchestral quarantine: Concert Bleu – New possibilities

Cancellation, postponement, de-quarantining, a possible second wave… What will autumn look like? How to reconcile concerts and social distancing? In our new dossier series, we’ve asked the artistic directors of Quebec classical ensembles and orchestras a few questions, to get a sense of what’s in the works. Seventh subject in our series: the Concert Bleu initiative.

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    Orchestral quarantine: L’Orchestre Symphonique de Laval – Be available

    Cancellation, postponement, de-quarantining, a possible second wave… What will autumn look like? How to reconcile concerts and social distancing? In our new dossier series, we’ve asked the artistic directors of Quebec classical ensembles and orchestras a few questions, to get a sense of what’s in the works. Sixth subject in our series: Alain Trudel, conductor and artistic director of l’Orchestre Symphonique de Laval.

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    REFRAIN: As fests are tested

    REFRAIN, ou le Regroupement des festivals régionaux artistiques indépendants, was born in the midst of quarantine, in April 2020, when many festivals were shaken by doubt, distraught, not knowing if their events would take place. It was at that time that Patrick Kearny, general director of the Santa Teresa festival, had the idea of founding an associative structure to promote small and medium festivals in Quebec.

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Listings 360

Full listings 360
  • Mon 13 Jul 2020 • 06:00 pm Alternative Rock / Rock Le «Spectacle d’e l’internet spéci@l» de Navet Confit Facebook Live - Page Facebook de Navet Confit
  • Thu 16 Jul 2020 • 08:00 pm Singer-Songwriter / Pop L’impératrice dice.fm -
  • Fri 17 Jul 2020 • 07:30 pm Classical Festival de Lanaudière lanaudiere.org - Page Facebook du Festival de Lanaudière
  • Sat 18 Jul 2020 • 07:30 pm Classical Festival de Lanaudière lanaudiere.org - Page Facebook du Festival de Lanaudière
  • Sun 19 Jul 2020 • 07:30 pm Classical Festival de Lanaudière lanaudiere.org - Page Facebook du Festival de Lanaudière
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