July 31, 2014
Thursday • 8 p.m.
Chapelle du Musée de l’Amérique francophone
2, Côte de la Fabrique
Québec , QC
La grande histoire chantée de la musique lyrique is an extraordinary journey through time that combines informationvocal performances. Intended for both the curious as well as serious music lovers, the presentation offers samples of 10 opera genres, from the Middle Ages, up to modern times, including the baroque and German romantic periods. François Rioux will host.
Sylvie Malenfant, soprano
Élaine Rioux, mezzo-soprano
Marc Duguay, ténor
Réal Toupin, baryton-bass
François Rioux, commentator
Claude Soucy, pianist
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