Duration 60 min.
Booth 199
12 November 2022 at 16:00 Salle de diffusion de Parc-Extension
Artistic Direction: Léa Touzé
SHUTTLE SERVICE : 3h30 pm in front of the hotel La Léa is the inspiration of the moving and committed songwriter, singer and dancer Léa Touzé of Franco-Catalan origin from Barcelona surrounded by talented and experienced musicians who offers original music with accents of flamenco nuevo, jazz, of bossa-nova and rumba catalana evoking migrations of the heart and uprooting of the soul, a journey of authentic and inspired poetic crossing. With Dominique Soulard (flamenco guitar), Andy King (trumpet), Marie-Andrée Cloutier (bass and flamenco dance) and Éric Breton (percussion). Éric Breton - Percussionist Marie-Andrée Cloutier - Bass Andy King - Trumpeter Dominique Soulard - Guitarist Léa Touzé - Singer 1st performance - Thursday, November 10, 2022 7:00 pm: Centre culturel et communautaire Henri-Lemieux - Théâtre du Grand Sault 2nd performance - Saturday, November 12, 2022 4:00 pm: Parc-Extension Broadcasting Hall Open to all participants of the CINARS 2022 Biennial Number of seats (per performance): 12 Shuttle service included only for the performance of November 10, 2022 - 7pm / Departure at 6:15 pm from the Bonaventure Hotel to the Théâtre du Grand Saut, La Salle. Registration at the Cross Current Music booth in the exhibitors' room or by phone or text: 514 969-6169. Limit of 12 people.
Represented by
Patrick Darby Cross Current Music
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