May 24, 2022

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Festival! At school | Eleven well-known artists visit 38 Quebec schools

Festival!  At school |  Eleven well-known artists visit 38 Quebec schools

Festive team! de Baie-Saint-Paul continues its goal of promoting more French-language song than ever before, this time extending its Le Festif tour! At the school in 38 schools in seven regions of Quebec, young people were given the opportunity to see some of the leading artists in the Quebec music scene in their schools.

Pierre-Marc Durivez

Pierre-Marc Durivez

From November 2021 to April 2022, Louis-Jean Cormier, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Émile Bilodeau, Sara Dufour, Alaclair Ensemble, Clay and Friends, Marie-Gold, Comment Debord, Les Deuxluxes, Philippe Brach and Qualité In fact in Fast Côte- Schools in the Nord, Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean, Gaspésie, Québec, Charlevoix, Lanaudière and Laurentians.

Each artist performs in a specific area, where they take the opportunity to present written workshops in music classes as well as a short presentation. Artists also visit other classes in each institution they visit, promote meetings with students and exchange – we would like to mention in the press release regarding the health measures in place. We hope to educate students on the singer-songwriting profession as well as introduce students to local music.

Created in 2018, Le Festiff! The school visited only one school at that time. The organization of the By-Saint-Paul Festival has established links with other regional festivals to create a true Quebec tour. This is especially true at the Festival La Nos, Sagune, the Festival en Chanson de Petit-Valli, the Gaspace, the Big Bang Fest in Wall-David, Lawrence, and the Festival de la Chanson de Tadoussac, Le Pontoum in Quebec. , The Memoirs at Racing Festival in Lonaudier and the Santa Teresa Festival in Lower Laurence.

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