La Famille LeBlanc  Perdrais-je mon temps...
Société historique de Coin-du-Banc presents

La Famille LeBlanc Perdrais-je mon temps...

In-person Event
July 24th 2024
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 8:30 pm

294, route 132 est, Percé (Coin-du-Banc), QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Société historique de Coin-du-Banc at jean.gladys@uqam.ca.

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The Leblanc family (5 musicians), well known on the Quebec scene, particularly from the Petite-Vallée Festival, will stop at Coin-du-Banc on their way to Petite-Vallée to present traditional French songs and music.

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The Leblanc family (5 musicians), well known on the Quebec scene, particularly from the Petite-Vallée Festival, will stop at Coin-du-Banc on their way to Petite-Vallée to present traditional French songs and music.

Refunds
No refunds
Exchanges
No exchanges

Parking on grassy lot north of the building. A ramp for people with limited mobility is available.

La Famille LeBlanc

The celebrated LeBlanc Clan performs 19th century tunes deeply rooted into Celtic and Acadian traditions and mostly unknown to other Celtic nations such as Ireland, Brittany and Scotland to name but a few. With their three daughters playing the concertina, the whistle and the fiddle, the mother sings some of the oldest Acadian songs and ballads accompanied on the piano with baroque, jazz and traditional arrangements by the father. 

Through their music, “La famille LeBlanc” will take you to Poitou in France, where the Acadians arrived as refugees in the mid-18th century, then on to Louisiana and back to Canada's east coast for a true Acadian kitchen party. This family plays a variety of 19th-century tunes unknown to other Celtic nations such as Ireland, Brittany and Scotland. Their repertoire is deeply rooted in Celtic and Acadian traditions. The group is made up of three girls playing concertina, whistle and fiddle. The mother also sings some of the oldest Acadian songs and ballads, accompanied by baroque, jazz and traditional piano arrangements by the father of the family. Make way for the show!

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