Singer Songwriter Circle
APCM presents

Singer Songwriter Circle

April 29th 2019
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

333 King Edward Ave, Ottawa, ON, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact APCM at billetterie.apcm@gmail.com.

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This Singer Songwriter Circle will take place in an intimate and simple setting like a good old "kitchen party". Together on stage, the nominees for 2019 Trille Or for Singer Songwriter will present, one by one, their songs. Bringing the song to the forefront and to its purest form of expression, the audience will be emerced into the worlds of these song creators. A memorable evening to not miss hosted by Anique Granger!

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. 

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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This Singer Songwriter Circle will take place in an intimate and simple setting like a good old "kitchen party". Together on stage, the nominees for 2019 Trille Or for Singer Songwriter will present, one by one, their songs. Bringing the song to the forefront and to its purest form of expression, the audience will be emerced into the worlds of these song creators. A memorable evening to not miss hosted by Anique Granger!

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. 

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.

La Nouvelle 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

Paid meter parking on lots on either side of the Nouvelle Scène and free Parking on the street  

Damien Robitaille

Damien Robitaille was born in 1981 in the village of Lafontaine, Ontario. He began his musical career at a very young age, learning classical piano from the age of eight, guitar at the age of thirteen, and trumpet and violin when he was in high school. Around the age of fifteen, he begins to compose his own songs, for the moment in the language of Shakespeare . At the age of eighteen, on the advice of his music teacher, Damien Robitaille decided to turn to composition in French and recorded his first album. The following year, he began studying classical music at Wilfrid Laurier University. It was at this university that he became a member of the rock band The Mezameeze , with which he could play his francophone compositions and win a university musical contest. In 2003, Robitaille left university after the launch of his eponymous album. The same year, he went to the final of the Ontario Pop contest and won a scholarship to attend the National School of Song in Granby, Quebec. In 2004, he finished his course and became a finalist at the Granby International Song Festival, winning six prizes. He then moved to Montreal, where he still resides. From 2004 to 2006, he won several distinctions such as, for example, the first prize at the Francouvertes de Montréal. It is in 2006 that Damien launches his album The man who looks like me . From the release of this album, Damien will make several trips to Europe. On September 8, 2009, his album Homme Autonome was officially launched in Montreal. He will reap eight nominations at Adisq. In January 2011, he was named 8 times for the 2011 Trille Gold Awards Gala. During the evening, he won 6 statuettes. This award ceremony was held at Béatrice Desloges High School in Orléans on March 24, 2011. Damien Robitaille is releasing a new album in the fall of 2012. The album is entitled Omnipresent . The tour will run until the fall of 2015. In 2013, he still wins 8 nominations at the Trille Or Awards Gala for his new album, Omnipresent and his website In 2014 he will be nominated at JunoAwards for Album francophone of the year. PIECE PER PIECE A RETURN TO THE WORK OF THE ARTIST While waiting to return to writing, Damien decides to leave alone on tour after the omnipresent operation . It is in the company of his 3 technicians, but only on stage he will go back to basics. The time of a show he will iron his work whether alone on the piano or the guitar. A show tinged with humor, but that will touch people. Robitaille in its simplest expression, it is poetic, sparkling, pure, deep and pleasant! The tour will end on December 4, 2015. The album Univers Parallèle arrives in April 2017. Directed by Carl Bastien (co-director on Dream Better by Daniel Bélanger) and artistic direction, none other than Michel Bélanger. A first extract launched in November 2015 is needed on the radio. All fires all flame sets the tone for this album which wants to be festive, rhythmic and where the feminine vocal harmonies come pleasantly marry to the voice of the author-composer-performer. Since his debut, Damien has added several strings to his bow. He will have been an actor and animator in the cinema, in a documentary or in a television series. damienrobitaille.com/

Mclean

A pop / alternative hovering with rich harmonies and captivating rhythms. Mclean is reinventing himself with his second album Une Dernière fois, which still refines its aesthetic of dirty beauty. In duet, it is his musical versatility that is apparent; Classically trained guitarist, his compositional talents and his imaginative pen are as obvious as his dexterity as an instrumentalist. Acoustic, electric, eclectic, he transports his audience into a world all his own. mcleanlove.com/home

Cindy Doire

Cindy Doire is a bilingual singer with a rich and unique voice. Endowed with an undeniable natural charm, she succeeds on stage (and on record) to show us an unshakeable confidence in her work. It invites us to move away from banality and listen to its inner musical soundtrack. His debut album, La Vie en Bleu earned an enviable critical acclaim and earned him the Trille Gold Award's Discovery Award. His second album earned him the Best Album at the Music Film and Moton Awards, the Chanson du Fond du Coeur as well as three nominations at the Trille Or Awards Gala, 2011. In 2012, she launched her 3rd album Sticks and Mud . That same year, Cindy released a fourth album Stranger with her new project Scarlet Jane and a second eponymous in 2015 with the same project. These two albums have won several awards and nominations. In 2017, Cindy launches her third French album entitled Panorama . The album is directed by Mark Howard (Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Emmylou Harris). Cindy Doire creates a delicate and ethereal sensual atmosphere that meets a catchy, catchy and calculated groove. It seems to be the protagonist of a sci-fi road movie straight out of another era, riding a motorcycle on a desert road to discover his destiny. Words that draw the space between earth, air, water and fire, between lovers and friends and through the cycles that unite us and all that repels us and attracts us at the same time. Panorama is not only the title of Cindy's new album, but in a way, a new identity. cindydoire.com/

Etienne Fletcher

Étienne Fletcher is a Fransaskois songwriter who is well-known by the music industry across the country. He puts forward his French and English roots on stage and in his songs. His two bilingual EPs, Face A / Side A , earned him a nomination at the Westerns Canadian Music Awards, as well as the Sask Arts Awards in October 2018. His first single Chérie, Chéri, made his mark on Canada's commercial radio stations. on the airwaves across the country. For the last two years, Étienne Fletcher has perfected a show that interweaves rock, popular music, bilingualism and French-speaking pride in western Canada. www.etiennefletcher.com/fr/

Moonfruits

Here is a reverie, tender and powerful, which celebrates the life of every day. A bilingual art-folk group from Ottawa, Moonfruits is led by accomplices-spouses Alex Millaire and Kaitlin Milroy. In a forest of guitar, banjo, kalimba and glockenspiel, their voices search the depths and hover in the air. Ste-Quequepart (2017) is Moonfruits' first full -blown album . Isolation, gentrification and community form the heart of this elaborate village fiction. Blending tale and French-English song, the duo weaves dreams with their listeners from ocean to ocean, and wins four trillion 2019 nominations along the way. moonfruits.ca/