Coup de coeur francophone

Founded in Montreal in 1987, Coup de coeur francophone is a festival dedicated to the discovery and promotion of songwriting and its many expressions. Presented each year in November in Montreal and nearly 45 other Canadian cities, it brings together national and international artists in a programming focused primarily on boldness, creativity and the up-and-coming.

 


 

Alexis et ArianeAlexis Normand and Ariane Mahrÿke Lemire – They are no cowgirls!

Discover two shiny and new albums. This is not your ordinary Western. Saskatchewan and Alberta meet to reveal their Northern Lights. Two artists who have come a long way, accompanied by two versatile musicians, will perform their albums for you. Get out of your homes, your corrals, your saloons, and come see two shows for the price of one – a two-step like you’ve never seen before! More Puss in Boots than cowboy boots, Alexis Normand and Ariane Mahrÿke Lemire present you a double concert a cross between two worlds, coming together to find a common center of gravity.

Thursday, October 27 at 8 PM
Tickets: Pre-sale on until September 30th: $15 student, $20 adult
After September 30th: $18 student, $25 adult
Tickets at the CCFM, at 204.233.8972 et at 340provencher.com/boutique
Antoine-Gaborieau Hall

 


 

Claude et AntoineClaude Bellefeuille opening for Antoine Chance – It’s your lucky night!

Claude Bellefeuille is a singer-songwriter from Winnipeg. He takes you on a journey to his musical universe with joy and friendliness. Claude lends himself to different styles since his musical arrival. Today, nourished by his experiences, he invites you to discover his original French compositions.

Belgian sensation Antoine Chance struck hard with the release of his album Fou in 2013. Directed by the renowned Renaud Letang, this pop record full of catchy melodies made a lot of noise on the other side of the Atlantic, so much so that the 32 year old singer and guitarist was named 2015 artist of the year at the Octaves awards (the equivalent of our JUNO awards), in his native country.

Thursday, November 17 at 8 PM
Tickets: Pre-sale on until September 30th: $15 student, $20 adult
After September 30th: $18 student, $25 adult
Tickets at the CCFM, at 204.233.8972 et at 340provencher.com/boutique
Antoine-Gaborieau Hall

 


 

Antoine et PhilippeAntoine Lachance et Philippe Brach – A night of double calamity

Antoine Lachance is ready to unveil his first album, Cimetière d’avions. Between bursts of pop-epic and intense moments when he sets fire to the powder with his guitar, the singer-songwriter expresses his cry of the heart from the last few years.

Philippe Brach comes from Saguenay. Some insist in recognizing the famous “lake sound” in his songs. Up to you to decide. Certainly, it has melody, irreverence, it’s raw and it pushes you out of your comfort zone. Compromises? Not for Brach.

Thursday, December 1st at 8 PM
Tickets: Pre-sale on until September 30th: $15 student, $20 adult
After September 30th: $18 student, $25 adult
Tickets at the CCFM, at 204.233.8972 et at 340provencher.com/boutique
Antoine-Gaborieau Hall

 

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