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Les 4 saisons d’André Gagnon Symphonic

Théâtre Maisonneuve May 23, 2020

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Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Place des Arts has suspended all shows and other public activities until further notice. As a result, the Les 4 saisons d’André Gagnon Symphonic show scheduled on May 23 has been postponed. Please keep your ticket(s). We will communicate with you once the rescheduled date has been confirmed.

The most beautiful music of the composer André Gagnon (Wow, Neige, Petit concerto for Jean Carignan and many others), revisited and interpreted by the brilliant pianist and arranger Stéphane Aubin (Belles-sœurs, Quartango). Singer and actress Kathleen Fortin (Unit 9, Demain matin, Montréal m’attend, Belles-sœurs) joins the orchestra to perform with all the intensity we know about extracts from the opera Nelligan and some surprises. 



Credit: Michel Pinault
Credit: Michel Pinault
Credit: Michel Pinault
Credit: Michel Pinault






It is the music of our collective unconscious André Gagnon, the slightest music reminds us of something, a moment in our lives. If you are looking for tickets to offer as a gift, I assure you that you will not regret your evening... it is so beautiful...

- Marie-Christine Blais, Dessine-moi un dimanche - ICI Radio-Canada Première

The orchestra has risen to the occasion by doing justice to the work of one of the most lyrical, if not the most lyrical, of our Quebec composers. Stéphane Aubin is a gifted pianist who has paid a vibrant tribute to André Gagnon, a composer for whom he has great admiration, by revisiting and interpreting his work in a...

- Daniel Raymond, atuvu

The show brought to life the great moments of André Gagnon's career and also revived the memory of the great Quebec poet Émile Nelligan. Vibrating and inspired Kathleen Fortin has transported us to a world of beauty through the famous poems. (...) his performances were overwhelming.

- Luce Langis,
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