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Neighborhood Concert: Le Vent du Nord

Friday, May 26, 2017 8 PM Flushing Town Hall
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Le Vent du Nord’s full-blooded performances of boisterous French-Canadian and Celtic dance tunes, traditional songs, and original compositions make every concert feel like a raucous house party in old Quebec. Catchy vocals and spirited contributions from fiddle, accordion, and hurdy-gurdy define the sound that makes Le Vent du Nord an audience favorite. A pre-concert Quebecois dance class will get your feet ready for the fun when the band hits the stage.

Performers

Le Vent du Nord
·· Nicolas Boulerice, Hurdy-Gurdy
·· Simon Beaudry, Guitar and Bouzouki
·· Olivier Demers, Violin and Guitar
·· Réjean Brunet, Accordion

Program

ALL-* PROGRAM
TRAD / DEMERS Noce tragique
TRAD / DEMERS Cardeuse-Riopel
BOULERICE Confédération
BOULERICE La marche des Iroquois
BOULERICE Papineau
DEMERS Petit rêve IX
TRAD / DEMERS Pauvre enfant
DEMERS Le cœur en trois
TRAD / DEMERS Lanlaire
TRAD / BOULERICE Le cœur de ma mère
BOULERICE Le rêve d'Adrien
DEMERS Entre ciel et terre
BOULERICE L'échafaud
PIERRE MICHAUD Forillon
TRAD / DEMERS Rosette
TRAD / BOULERICE Cré mardi
BEAUDRY Amant volage
DEMERS Mamzelle Kennedy
TRAD / DEMERS La piastre des États
TRAD / BOULERICE Au bord de la fontaine
TRAD Le retour du fils soldat

Flushing Town Hall
Main Theater
137-35 Northern Boulevard | Queens
Subway 7 | Bus: Q1, Q13, Q25, Q28, Q34, Q44, Q65, Q66
718-463-7700, ext. 222 | RSVP Required: Venue website

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Venue Information

Flushing Town Hall
Main Theater
137-35 Northern Boulevard | Queens
Venue website
718-463-7700, ext. 222

Lead support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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