Grosse-Île, the Musical (bilingual)
Productions 1847 presents

Grosse-Île, the Musical (bilingual)

In-person Event
October 27th 2017
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

7141 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada
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1847. Ireland is starving, Canada is the hope for a better life, Grosse-Île is the gateway.

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1847. Ireland is starving, Canada is the hope for a better life, Grosse-Île is the gateway.

Concordia University, Loyola Campus.

7141 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal.

Parking available.

Artistes/Artists : Katee Julien

David Souza

David Souza began his music studies at the Municipal School of Music of São Paulo, in Brazil. He holds a Master’s degree in Vocal performance, received from Laval University. He is currently candidate for a Doctorate in Vocal performance in the Faculty of Music at Laval University.

His concert repertoire includes opera, classical crossover, motion picture soundtracks, as well as French, Italian, Brazilian and Spanish Music and his international appearances includes concerts in Japan, the United States, Canada and Brazil.

David Souza has participated as soloist in several opera productions and he appeared in the world première of the French version of Sweeney Todd, the musical composed by Stephen Sondheim, presented at Québec’s Théâtre Le Capitole.

Héra Ménard

As a Laval University graduate in Quebec City (master's in interpretation), Héra has been multiplying artistic experiences of all kinds for several years. She can be seen singing in her a cappella group “The Rainbows” (appearances in Grégory Charles's "Vintage" show, in “En Mode Salvail” (“V”), "En Direct de l’Univers” (RC), "Belle & Bum" (Radio-Québec), and several others ) as well as in different musical groups ("Duo piano / voice", "Moondance", "Gill and Gang Goes Country" among others).

Héras’s strong need to create always brings her back to her guitar and her songs. On October 13, she released her first eponymous album: a delight for country and folk’s lovers.

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Greg Halpin

Montreal musician, Greg released his first solo album in September 2016. Notes From a Bedroom is an intimate and warm, lyrically driven collection of songs recorded in his bedroom with the help of producer Howard Bilerman. After the release at Oscar Peterson Hall, Greg toured from New York to California and up into western Canada, playing concerts in people’s bedrooms. He also played in bands Lakes of Canada (2013-16) and Honheehonhee (2010-13). Having loved his experience in Grosse-Île at the Palais Montcalm, Greg is excited to revisit his characters and honoured to share the stage with such a talented cast in this production.

Marie-Ève Boucher

Driven by a strong passion for performing arts ever since early childhood, Mary has a master in classical singing interpretation from Université Laval. She revealed her infinite talent during hundreds of singing performances in a wide variety of musical styles. The richness of her voice and her unique timbre attuned with hard work set the tone for a most promising career.

This artist gave a new lease of life to classical music with a daring combination of music and different kinds of languages such as foreign, fantasy, and even mystical without words and invented ones. In collaboration with famous composer & orchestrator Gilles Léveillé, Mary released in 2014 her first solo album called Bewitch. Distributed in 240 countries, it is highly successful all over the world. Thousands of sources of art inspire her divine voice to come out on path-breaking musical pictures as she interprets this enchanting repertoire with an exquisite musical sensitivity.

She sets herself apart once again with her sublime interpretation of the “Fifth Element” movie theme Diva Dance, at the TV Show “Canada’s Got Talent” in 2012. Very active in the artistic community, she performed in Théâtre Petit-Champlain, Centre d’art la Chapelle, Petit Théâtre de Québec, Maison Hamel-Bruneau, Association Lyrique de Beauport, Trait-Carré de Charlesbourg, among others.

In 2016, Mary sang with the Orchestre Symphonique of Châteauguay and with the Orchestre Sympho-pop at the Palais Montcalm of Québec and at the Pavillon de l’île in Châteauguay. Building on her many successes, this golden-voiced artist will tour in the United States, in Brazil, in Portugal and in Germany next year.

With her constant bubbling creativity, Mary is working on a second album, filled with original songs and covers from Hollywood greatest movies. Delightful melodies, subtle purity-suggestive tones, and nature… to let oneself feel the rhythm of mystery and dream… A true lyrical jewel within your reach in 2018.

Robert Delaney

Robert is a retired professor from Saint Lawrence College in Quebec City. He has been involved in community theatre in Quebec City, playing Joseph in “Joseph By The Well”, Bill Sykes in “Oliver” and Tevye in “Fiddler on the Roof”. He has also done improv theater in Washington DC. This is his debut in a professional theater production.