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FREE TICKET Rediscover Chants Libres’ experimental production which premiered in 2005 at Montreal’s Station C Creative team Louis Dufort, music | Alexis Nouss, libretto Pauline Vaillancourt, concept and stage direction Alain Pelletier, visual artist | Pascal Dufaux, scenography/installation 4 exceptional... Read More

Prélude à l’opéra: a critical and public success

Webcast January 21-24, 2021, Prélude à l’opéra charmed numerous critics and sparked many positive reactions from the public. The audience will discover scenes of crushing violence, moments of troubling beauty, and passages ripe with evocative atmospheres. – Éric Champagne, Le Prélude... Read More


  “L’eau qui danse, la pomme qui chante et l’oiseau qui dit la vérité”, the 3-part fairy opera by Gilles Tremblay (music) and Pierre Morency (libretto), will be broadcast on the lace à l’opéra show with Sylvia L’Ecuyer. And to remind you... Read More

Chants du Capricorne by Massimo Guerrera

What was your modus operandi for the conception of the environment?  My reflection developed by means of the text and the score, but also through numerous conversations with Pauline. I proposed sketches which corresponded to the project; we exchanged ideas through... Read More

Chants du Capricorne by Pauline Vaillancourt

What is the origin of the production?  In 1993, the Royaumont Foundation in France invited me to work on this score with the soprano Mishiko Hyrayama, the favoured performer of Giacinto Scelsi. She put her trust in me, offering me... Read More

La Grande Nuit 2020

TOTAL VOCAL IMMERSION AT LA GRANDE NUIT By Michel Joanny-Furtin When the Groupe de recherche sur la médiatisation du son (GRMS) takes part in Nuit Blanche, it goes above and beyond, presenting a marvelous musical, vocal and artistic evening, which... Read More