Trille Or - PassePRO
APCM presents

Trille Or - PassePRO

From April 29th to May 2nd 2019

1 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact APCM at billetterie.apcm@gmail.com.

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 The Association of Professionals of Song and Music (APCM) invites you to the Trille Or Week which will take place from  April 29 to May 2, 2019. 

The Gala will take place on May 2nd at 8pm at the Shenkman Arts Center in Orleans. It will be broadcast live on Unis TV (tv, website and Facebook). 

A busy week awaits artists, industry professionals and the general public. On the agenda: musical showcases, panels, work labs, networking cocktails, Industry Night, Trille Gold Gala and more.

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 The Association of Professionals of Song and Music (APCM) invites you to the Trille Or Week which will take place from  April 29 to May 2, 2019. 

The Gala will take place on May 2nd at 8pm at the Shenkman Arts Center in Orleans. It will be broadcast live on Unis TV (tv, website and Facebook). 

A busy week awaits artists, industry professionals and the general public. On the agenda: musical showcases, panels, work labs, networking cocktails, Industry Night, Trille Gold Gala and more.

Refunds
Up to 7 days before the event starts
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
No free access
Access for persons with mobility impairment
Yes
Free for Accompanying Person
No

Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Blvd, Orléans, ON K1E 0A1

Directions from Downtown Ottawa: Take Highway 417 East. Continue on Regional Road 174 East (signs for Rockland / Orleans). Take the prom exit. Place d'Orléans / Regional Road 39 to Place d'Orléans. Turn left on Prom. Place d'Orléans. Continue on the prom. Place d'Orléans. Turn left on boul. Centrum. The Shenkman Arts Center is on the left. 

Directions from Rockland: Take Regional Road 17 West, which becomes Regional Road 174 West. Continue on Regional Road 174 West. Take the Tenth Line Road exit. Turn left on Tenth Line Road. Turn right on boul. St Joseph. Turn right on the prom. Prestone. Turn left on boul. Centrum. The Shenkman Arts Center is on the right. 

Directions from Kanata (west): Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 E. Take the Ottawa Regional Road 174 E/Ottawa 174 E exit on the left toward Orléans/Rockland/Orléans Rockland. Continue onto Ottawa Regional Rd 174. Take the Rue Champlain/Champlain Street exit toward County Road 39. Turn left onto Place d'Orléans Dr/Ottawa Regional Rd 84.Turn right to stay on Place d'Orléans Dr/Ottawa Regional Rd 84 (signs for Place D'Orléans Drive). Turn left onto Centrum Blvd. Destination will be on the left.

Directions from Gatineau (north): Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 E. Take the Ottawa Regional Road 174 E/Ottawa 174 E exit on the left toward Orléans/Rockland/Orléans Rockland. Continue onto Ottawa Regional Rd 174. Take the Rue Champlain/Champlain Street exit toward County Road 39. Turn left onto Place d'Orléans Dr/Ottawa Regional Rd 84. Turn right to stay on Place d'Orléans Dr/Ottawa Regional Rd 84 (signs for Place D'Orléans Drive).Turn left onto Centrum Blvd. Destination will be on the left. 

National Arts Centre, 1 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K1P 5W1

Directions from Rockland: Merge onto Nicholas St. Turn left onto Laurier Ave W/Ottawa Regional Rd 48. Turn right onto Elgin St/Ottawa Regional Rd 91. Destination will be on the right

Directions from Kanata: Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 E. Take exit 118 for Nicholas Street/Rue Nicholas toward Gatineau/Autoroute 5. Continue onto Nicholas St. Turn left onto Laurier Ave W/Ottawa Regional Rd 48. Turn right onto Elgin St/Ottawa Regional Rd 91. Destination will be on the right

Directions from Gatineau: Take exit 135 to merge onto Autoroute 5 S toward Ottawa. Take the Dalhousie exit toward Sussex. Continue onto Boteler St.  Slight right onto Mackenzie Ave/Ottawa Regional Rd 44. Make a U-turn at Slater St/Ottawa 40. Destination will be on the right

The New Scene Gilles Desjardins, 333 King Edward Ave, Ottawa, ON K1N 7M5

Directions from Rockland: Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 W toward Ottawa. Take exit 118 for Rue Nicholas toward Mann Avenue/Avenue Mann. Continue onto Lees Ave. Continue onto King Edward Ave/Ottawa Regional Rd 99 N. Destination will be on the right

Directions from Kanata: Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 E. Take exit 118 for Nicholas Street/Rue Nicholas toward Gatineau/Autoroute 5. Continue onto Nicholas St. Continue onto Waller St/Ottawa Regional Rd 97. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto King Edward Ave/Ottawa Regional Rd 99 N.Turn right. Destination will be on the right

Directions from Gatineau: Merge onto Autoroute 50 O. Take exit 135 to merge onto Autoroute 5 S toward Ottawa. Merge onto King Edward Ave/Ottawa Regional Rd 99 S. Turn left onto Ontario 17 Business/Rideau St/Ottawa 34. Turn left onto Nelson St. Destination will be on the left

Shenkman Arts Centre 

Free Parking 

National Arts Centre

On-site parking

Elgin/Slater and Albert entrances open at all times. Automated payment stations available 24 hours, 7 days a week The clearance for the parking garage is 6'4"

Parking Attendants On Duty

Weekdays: 8 am - midnight

Saturday: 8 am - 1 am

Sunday: Open 2 hours before curtain until the end of the last performance.

Parking rates

Enter before 4 pm : $3 per half hour ($20 max)

Enter after 4 pm : $3 per half hour ($12 max)

24 hour period: $3 per half hour ($25 max)

Weekend rates: $3 per half hour ($12 max)

Monthly parking passes: $250

If you have any questions about garage opening and closing hours, please feel free to contact us by phone at (613) 947-7000, extension 488 or by email parking@nac-cna.ca.

To update your account info, or to inquire about parking spaces rentals, please feel free to contact us by phone at (613) 947-7000, extension 553 or by email parking@nac-cna.ca

Marie Clo (vitrine)

Dance, theater, musical comedy, music, Marie-Clo from Eastern Ontario embraces a multitude of disciplines. In 2016 she participated in the Brunante Rond Point Season IV project. The following year, she won several competitions and went to the Petite-Vallée Song Festival and the semi-finals of the Granby International Song Festival. She also launches Faune , her first indie-pop EP studded with folk and electro. In 2018, the company Aero buys its song Sablier for a 52 weeks TV commercial in which she plays her song.

Joly (vitrine)

Marc-Antoine Joly is a singer-songwriter from Hawkesbury, a small town in eastern Ontario near Ottawa. Multi-instrumentalist, we could hear him on guitar in his former French group Akoufen, but also in In Bright Lights, The Great Diversion and as a freelance musician for Céleste Lévis. Marc-Antoine also makes sound design for plays including the Théâtre Dérives Urbaines, the Bateau poème and many others. It was with Akoufen that Marc-Antoine made his debut in the Franco-Ontarian scene. The album The Sixth Sense allows the group to go to the top 3 French charts on iTunes. Having won the Contact at Love Award in 2011, he has made more than 50 shows in Ontario school networks. Guitarist and vocalist for Céleste Lévis, he made several tours including the first part of Francis Cabrel's Quebec tour in the spring and fall of 2016. Marc-Antoine also owns a recording studio with his brother Simon. It's with his album Au plus bas that he finds himself at number 7 of the French charts of iTunes. Still in the making, he is currently recording new excerpts in his studio in order to launch a complete album. www.marcantoinejoly.com/

Ponteix (vitrine)

After having hit home in Saskatchewan with his sequencer mastery. The project Mario Lepage is more and more about him in the land of Living Skies. It 's no wonder with this strangely intoxicating voice, these low screams to scold the floor, these delays that handle the air creating fractals. If PONTEIX jostle musical conventions and give symmetry to the unclassifiable they also break the barrier of languages ​​leaving room for the most powerful element in music .... emotion. www.ponteixmusic.net/

Danny Boudreau (vitrine)

Danny Boudreau, this singer-songwriter from the Petit-Rocher region of New Brunswick, has been on the move for several years. He already has eight albums and thousands of shows to his credit. Over the years, he has collected several nominations for his work, has repeatedly reached the top of the charts across the Canadian Francophonie, has been on stage in Europe, Africa, across Canada and the United States. Danny has teamed up with great Canadian music directors to direct and write his songs. A talented songwriter, he has written songs for artists such as Patrick Norman, Laurence Jalbert, Annie Blanchard, Wilfred Le Bouthillier, Jean-François Breau, Les Muses, Monique Poirier, Maxime McGraw, Isabelle Brossard, Dominic Clément, Dany Laliberté and many others.