Well, the time has come to slowly start wrapping the project up (for now). The month of November has been jam-packed with workshops and live shows. And we’re not slowing down just yet. We have three final livestream events coming to you between the end of November and early December 2020. First, on November 28,Continue reading “The Home Stretch – Three More Events!”
Join KlezKanada and the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) on Facebook Live for a virtual concert and discussion celebrating and exploring the role of klezmer music in building community and promoting the cultural vitality of Quebec’s Jewish community. The event will open with a performance by Montreal klezmorim Jason Rosenblatt & Rachel Lemisch, followed byContinue reading “Klezmer Konnections Vol. 1”
Tomorrow night we are collaborating with the 100 Mile Arts Network initiative of Theatre Wakefield to bring you an evening of music and more from West Quebec artists. A Different Tune will be sponsoring some of the artists from Shawville, Wakefield, and Chelsea who shared there music with the project in December 2019. You canContinue reading “Tomorrow Night: The 100 Mile Artstream (7-10 pm)”
This Thursday, May 28 (2020) at 1 pm.
A set of fiddle and piano music from the Chateauguay’s barn dance era.
Join us on Facebook Live on May 28th for an afternoon of Irish heritage in Quebec: music, storytelling, and presentation.
For me, this small moment gets to the heart of what West-Can feels like: an extended family gathering. Everyone looks out for everyone else; and everyone — parent, sibling, and performer — helps out in some way or other.
Have you ever wanted to play fiddle? If you have an internet connection, a fiddle, and a bit of spare time on your hands, then Brysonville Revisited and the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network invite you to a free online beginner fiddle workshop with renowned fiddler Laura Risk on April 25, 2020.
It was the thought of one small community loosing forty members in one fell swoop that inspired me to write this song. The devastating fact that many families lost multiple members in a single event is a lot for one small community to take.