Que tourne la roue

Chœur Maha

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Le Choeur Maha présente son spectacle printanier "Que tourne la roue," évoquant la vie des cycles naissants et renaissants en perpétuel mouvement. Ce choeur, composé exclusivement de voix de femmes, est dirigé par la talentueuse Solène Derbal qui, de main de maître, fait tournoyer les voix des choristes dans l'espace et le temps, et ce, en combinant les langues et les styles musicaux.

Pour acheter des billets:
À la porte, s'il y en reste.
En ligne, à mainlinetheatre.ca
appelez au 514-849-3378
ou venez en personne à la billeterie au 3997 St-Laurent, entre 14 h à 18 h

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Choeur Maha is happy to announce our spring concert "Que tourne la roue" which will evoke themes of birth and rebirth in celebration of the perennial cycles of nature, life and love. Under the skillful direction of Solène Derbal, the women's voices of Choeur Maha will take you on a circuitous spin through space and time in multiple languages and musical styles.

To purchase tickets:
At the door the night of the event, if any tickets are remaining.
go online at MainLinetheatre.ca
call us at 514 849 3378
or come in person to our box office, 3997 St-Laurent, from 2-6PM on Tuesday to Saturday

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Vendredi 12 Mai 2017 / 20:00
  • Samedi 13 Mai 2017 / 20:00

90 minutes
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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