SDC Laurier Ouest and the district of Outremont are proud to present a vibrant summer cultural program. Open-air music at Kate McGarrigle Square and wandering circus arts will combine to brighten up the avenue and create a festive, captivating atmosphere.
Avenue Laurier Ouest
Photos : Agence Culte
Saturday 15th of July – 3PM
Opening our summer programming, Colin Dinard will play the saxophone and Dominique Poirier the piano, in an hour-long duo performance.
Saint-Viateur d’Outremont church – 8PM
Alexandre Da Costa & Adrian Anantawan
Friday 21th July – 5PM
Kate-McGarrigle Square then welcomes Ainsley McNeaney, a Montreal-based multi-instrumentalist with an honours degree in percussion performance from the University of Toronto. She has released two full-length albums of indie orchestral pop under her own name, and her most recent project, Pet Lion, is the singer-songwriter’s new voice.
Saturday 5th August – 3PM
Their collaboration promises to create a captivating musical ambience rich in nuance!
Sunday 13th August – 3PM
Sunday 20th August – 1PM – Bloomfield corner
Thursday 24th August – 5PM to 8PM
Sunday 10th September – 2:30PM
The Philippe Massé Trio is a group of virtuoso musicians who gravitate around the creations of double bassist Philippe Massé. The trio’s central objective is to explore new frontiers in modern Western jazz, skilfully fusing elements borrowed from Eastern music. Through their music, the group is committed to guiding listeners into a universe imbued with warmth, while offering a musical experience of exceptional quality. The members of the trio are : Philippe Massé on double bass, Samuel Therrien on piano and Robin Lalonde on drums.
Sunday 10th September – 4PM
To round off Laurier Ouest’s summer programming, we welcome one of the most active Canadian duos of its generation, the Duo Fortin-Poirier, renowned for its exceptional ensemble strength, the lively sensitivity of its two performers and the remarkable complicity that unites them. Since 2005, Amélie Fortin and Marie-Christine Poirier have helped thousands of audiences discover the art of four-hand piano playing through their dynamic, unconventional approach.