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Sep-13-2018 •

To showcase [Bernard's] expertise, the ensemble announced on Thursday that it would present an ambitious three-week Bach festival in June, including concerts and the six dances that Paul Taylor, the modern dance pioneer who died last month at 88, choreographed to Bach’s music.

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Aug-7-2018 •

The a 24-year-old Canadian violinist takes cash prize and other benefits as summer masterclass academy’s most accomplished musician

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Aug-1-2018 •

Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak received the accolade for her lifetime contribution to music.

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Chapelle de Québec
Chorus
La Chapelle de Québec, founded by Bernard Labadie in 1985, is a nationally-based chamber choir of professional singers recruited mainly in Québec City, but also throughout Québec and Canada. It assembles for two or three concerts each season to join Les Violons du Roy in major works from the repertory for choir and orchestra, especially from the 18th century. Its performances of cantatas, oratorios and masses by Bach, Handel, Mozart and Haydn have been acclaimed throughout Canada and the United States, in particular thanks to many broadcasts by Radio-Canada, the CBC and NPR in the United States.