A former music academy in St-Camille

1170950All Boreades The Montreal joins the body’s Chapel concert to create the old Music Academy of Saint-Camille, the first intensive session will be held from 17 to 19 June in even within the walls of the P’tit Bonheur Saint-Camille.

The master-musicians Francis Colpron, flutist, Olivier Brault, baroque violin, Hank Knox, harpsichordist, and Melisande Corriveau, cellist and violist, will train young professional musicians, music students or high level amateurs. Teachers will provide the concert on Saturday, June 18 presented in the series Concerts de la Chapelle, concert followed by dinner with regional flavors concocted by chef Bruno Cognyl-Fournier. Then Sunday, June 19, participants will offer to turn a free public concert.

Through a partnership with the Council of Culture of the Eastern Townships, the students and young professionals can register for training for minimal cost of $ 215. Other participating persons will have to pay the sum of $ 350. The project also has the support of the MRC des Sources and private partners. For more information, visit the website www.lesboreades.com/academie is where all information is centralized.

Furthermore, the agency’s Chapel concerts begin its eighth season on April 30th with four hands at the piano, with the duo Fortin-Poirier, in the privacy of the Yellow Salon of the old church of Saint-Camille.

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