Montreal’s Place des Arts (PDA) will be the scene of a celebration of Scottish artistic culture for nearly two weeks during the snowfall. From 16 to 26 April, the event, titled Scottish Spring, will feature a number of indoor shows and free activities, highlighting the richness of art in this European country.
For concerts, already toured together, Quebec group Le Vent du Nord and Scottish band Breabach will look after a double program on 18 April at Théâtre Maisonneuve. In other shows, some will be aimed at the whole family, such as the production “Stick by Me”, a two-time work at Cinqueme Salle on April 26, combining comedy, mime and music.
A host of free activities are also scheduled such as public speaking, introductory Scottish dance and music workshops, an exhibition and a digital experience.
“The idea of this great festival event originated from the desire to shed light on Scotland through art, and to allow all audiences to discover the cultural scene of this country, its rich history and the dynamics of its richness. Unites with Quebec, ”Marie-Josée Desochars, PDA President and CEO, said in a press release.
“Scottish Spring is an opportunity to dive into the heart of this privileged artistic destination known for its distinctive music festivals and the diversity of its local music scene,” with avant-garde, folk and traditional sounds “, says Clothield Cardinal Are. PDA Programming.
For all information related to purchasing the event and tickets: lastesarts.com/printemps-ecossais.
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