L’É.T.É de Québec kicks off the Celtic cabaret concert series

Celtic Cabaret Concert Series returns with É.T.É de Québec at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 15 at 49 Franklin in Rumford. Photo submitted

Celtic Cabaret Concert Series returns with É.T.É de Québec at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 15 at 49 Franklin in Rumford. With beautiful vocal harmonies, a deep groove and rich instrumentation, É.T.É is an explosive trio on stage, transforming the nostalgia of a kitchen party into an unforgettable performance experience that celebrates the joie de vivre of the culture. Quebec. On the strength of the experience acquired with the tour of the first album, the young group presents a brand new show around the theme of the rose.

É.T.É are Élisabeth (violin, jig, vocals), Thierry (bouzouki, foot rhythm, vocals) and Élisabeth (cello, vocals). The word summer in French means summer – a fitting tribute to the way their original and driving interpretation of traditional Quebec music is imbued with new vitality. Winner of the OPUS prize for “Discovery of the Year 2017-2018”, among many other distinctions since the release of their first album in 2017, this trio quickly won the hearts of listeners around the world, young and old. They will present a concert where the voices intertwine through impossible love songs, where the impressive playing of the violin, the Irish bouzouki and the cello is breathtaking and where the complicity of the performers with boundless energy touches the souls of the listeners.

The three musicians offer daring and refined arrangements of pieces from the traditional Quebec and Acadian repertoire as well as original compositions. Co-founder, the dynamism of Elisabeth Moquin, her interpersonal skills and her ease on stage will seduce you. Multi-instrumentalist, Thierry Clouette has varied influences which are reflected in the numerous projects in which they participate both in front of the microphone and behind the console, in particular with the Saligaude groups. Élisabeth Giroux participated in the world tour of the show Amjad with the dance company La La La Human Steps. Elisabeth plays regularly as a supernumerary with the Orchester Symphonique du Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean in addition to devoting herself to her creative and teaching projects. She has participated in the recording of more than twenty albums with different projects and artists since her debut.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for receptions, seating, full pub menu and cash bar. 49 Franklin is a cash-only location. Please enter on the right and go to the parking lot at the top in the back. Tickets are available online at 49franklin.com on the buy ticket page and in person in downtown Rumford at All That Jazz on Congress Street.


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