Saguenay Canada Music
Last week, it was announced that 240 showcasing artists will travel to Austin in March for the annual SAGA Canada Music Festival, performing in 38 countries around the world.
The Societe philharmonique de Chicoutimi, Inc., consisting of the Saguenay - Fjord National Park Conservatory of Music and Arts and the Chateau de la Chapelle - de - Champs - Elysees, is located 225 kilometers north of Quebec City and is the seventh school in the CMADQ network to be founded. The conservatory was opened in 1967 and was the first of its kind in Canada and one of only two in North America. For 30 years, she has been displaying and protecting the legendary fjord, which is unique in Quebec. Gabrielle and Yvon Gaudreault founded the Society de Philharmonsieres philharmoniques du Chic outimi Inc. in Chicoutsimi in 1964 and she is a member of the first Canadian national orchestra in Quebec, the Societe des Philhommes du Quebec (SPGQ).
International artists are also present, as is the Societe de Concert, and the Arvida Concert Association has established a symphony orchestra that will perform eight concerts for the remainder of the year. The Alcan Aluminum Co. of Canada has been embedding established bands like the Marviro Trio in ArVida since the 1930s. They deliver their music daily from the station that became CBJ (Radio Canada) in 1939, the radio station of the Canadian Radio - Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). Sociee St. Jean-Baptiste (which has 2025 members in Chicoutimi and Alma) is based in Alma, Quebec, Canada.
Since 1939, the Societe de Chicoutimi concerts and community concerts have welcomed Jean-Baptiste Boudreau, Pierre Boulez and Bidu Boulanger, among others. Active in the 1970s and also in the 1950s, it presented works by composers such as Leopold Mozart, Claude Debussy, Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage and others, as well as works by the Royal Canadian Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1989, the orchestra welcomed Brett Ellis and his orchestra, which was sponsored by Alcan. Each concert is presented by the Arvida Concert Association, which alternates soloists and large and small ensembles, with an emphasis on classical music and music from all over the world.
The Saguenay String Quartet from Quebec, formerly known as the Alcan String Quartet, has been one of Canada's most successful string quartets for over 50 years. The two internationally acclaimed quartets have joined forces to perform together as a sparkling string octet with a focus on classical music and music from all over the world. They have launched a special concert series to mark the country's 150th anniversary, in which they will perform together.
The LSQ has a long history of performing sets from Amatis's own institutions and has performed in concerts that have often been associated with master classes and workshops. The LSQu has also performed at the Royal Academy of Music in London and other prestigious institutions in Canada, the United States and Europe, with concerts often associated with master classes and workshops. They have also performed with the Saguenay String Quartet in concerts and at a number of other international festivals and events.
In addition to his career as a musician, the quartet has been invited regularly to give master classes and has performed at the Royal Academy of Music in London and other renowned institutions in the United States and Europe. Her most recent tour has taken her to a number of international festivals and events in Europe, North America and the Middle East, as well as the USA and Canada. They have been invited to give master classes regularly and have performed in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan and Australia.
The southern part of the region, surrounded by forests and mountain massifs, forms a fertile enclave in the Canadian shield called the Saguenay trench. On my self-drive tour through Canada I discovered the beautiful Fjord de la Gorges National Park, home to the largest freshwater lake in the world. It is also the place of a charming village that is just waiting for you: the village of Gagetown, a small town on the shores of Lake Superior.
Four music schools in the region were registered with MACQ in 1984, which is subsidized by MACQ for students attending school in Quebec. In 1991, these four women became the first directors of the Saguenay Music School, a position they hold to this day. They are concentrated in Gagetown, with a population of about 1,500 students, most of them from Quebec and Ontario, but also from other parts of Canada and the United States. In 1991, she was the only female director of a music school of her kind in Canada and still holds this position, as well as the direction of the music department.
Alma has had her band since 1928 and also has a Societe de concerts, founded in 1944 by members of the St. Cecilia Choir. It also had a concert hall, the Saguenay Music School, which was founded in 1972 and offers a selection of music or vocational training.