Montréal, Monday, October 19, 2009 — The Homage Series dedicated to the works of Gilles Tremblay organized by the SMCQ has plenty of events; in addition to the production this fall of his first opera L’eau qui danse, la pomme qui chante et l’oiseau qui dit la vérité, produced by Chants Libres in the Ludger-Duvernay hall, his Centre-élan will be presented at the Café Quebecor at the Monument-National as part of the Akousma festival, half an hour before the opera. This is a unique and rare opportunity to (re)hear this 8-track work composed especially for the Quebec pavilion at Expo 67, given that Centre-élan was only recently discovered in the archives and digitized by Jean-François Denis, Claude Schryer and Robert Normandeau. A presentation by the Monument-National, the Canadian Music Centre and Réseaux, within PRIM’s superb exhibition of art based on the works of Gilles Tremblay.
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