Julie Miller - The Queen of Winter wears the Plaid
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Julie Miller - The Queen of Winter wears the Plaid

19 janvier 2018
20h00 – 0h00 / Entrée: 19h00

1010, rue Principale N., Cleveland, QC, Canada
Pour plus d'information à propos de cet événement, veuillez contacter Centre d'art de Richmond à centredartrichmond@gmail.com.

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Musicienne et conteuse, Julie Miller propose de découvrir l'Écosse à travers ses personnages légendaires et mythiques. Du récit au conte à l'anecdote, c'est un voyage à travers le temps à la rencontre de chefs et de poètes, de sages-femmes et de rebelles, de princes et de soldats, de déesses et de fées, une soirée de mots et de musiques, en anglais parsemé d'expressions gaeliques.

Lady Anne McKintosh marries for love, but raises a rebel army out of conviction. The Duke of Atholl has a desperate love of trees, inventing a novel way to plant as many as he can. An old style Highland wedding grows into the largest protest rallyof its day involving thousands of sheep. Families in rags from the shores of the outer isles come to settle deep in Canadian forests. From Robert the Bruce to the Battle of Culloden, listen as many historical and legendary figures come alive: Highlanders and Lowlanders, women and men, goddesses and fairies, lairds and lawbreakers, harpists and poets, rebels and exiles, midwives and mistresses, Scots all. Including songs and music, storyteller Julie Miller invites you to "draw closer, draw closer, to hear the tales of the clans".

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Musicienne et conteuse, Julie Miller propose de découvrir l'Écosse à travers ses personnages légendaires et mythiques. Du récit au conte à l'anecdote, c'est un voyage à travers le temps à la rencontre de chefs et de poètes, de sages-femmes et de rebelles, de princes et de soldats, de déesses et de fées, une soirée de mots et de musiques, en anglais parsemé d'expressions gaeliques.

Lady Anne McKintosh marries for love, but raises a rebel army out of conviction. The Duke of Atholl has a desperate love of trees, inventing a novel way to plant as many as he can. An old style Highland wedding grows into the largest protest rallyof its day involving thousands of sheep. Families in rags from the shores of the outer isles come to settle deep in Canadian forests. From Robert the Bruce to the Battle of Culloden, listen as many historical and legendary figures come alive: Highlanders and Lowlanders, women and men, goddesses and fairies, lairds and lawbreakers, harpists and poets, rebels and exiles, midwives and mistresses, Scots all. Including songs and music, storyteller Julie Miller invites you to "draw closer, draw closer, to hear the tales of the clans".

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