Here are some suggestions for cultural activities to do this weekend.
Les Louanges concludes its tour
Despite his tour canceled due to the pandemic, the artist from Vieux-Lévis will be back with his family on Saturday evening with a unique show. Live from the intimate little room L’Anglicane, at 9 p.m., Vincent Roberge, alias Les Louanges, will celebrate the end of the tour The night is a panther, which will, for the occasion, be enhanced with exclusive video clips.
▶ When: Saturday evening, 9 p.m. (concert also available for catching up)
▶ Where: langlicane.com
▶ Price: $ 15
– Sandra Godin
Klô Pelgag in virtual mode
In an interview earlier this month, Klô Pelgag told me that she still hoped to be able to perform in front of an audience at the Palais Montcalm tonight. But the confinement having been extended, it is in virtual mode that she will perform, in the company of five musicians. The concert will give way to the new album of the singer-songwriter, the excellent Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows, which will undoubtedly end up in my list of albums for 2020.
▶ When: Saturday evening, 8 p.m. (concert also available for catching up)
▶ Where: palaismontcalm.ca
▶ Price: $ 20 to $ 30
– Raphaël Gendron-Martin
Alexander Shelley conducts Richard Strauss and Sibelius
The OSM addresses three visions of death in this webcast concert that runs through December 8. The work Last four Richard Strauss’s lieder, written at the end of his life, is the highlight of this concert recorded at the Maison Symphonique. The spectator finds himself at the heart of the orchestra with conductor Alexander Shelley and soprano Adrianne Pieczonka for this beautiful work. The sad waltz by Sibelius and Death and transfiguration de Strauss, with a luminous finale, are also on the program.
▶ Price: $ 23
▶ Where: osm.ca
– Yves Leclerc