March 10 ,2020
Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 p.m.
Admission: $ 27 (adult) - $ 20 (over 65) - $ 15 (student)
or JMC membership card
On sale: Thursday, January 9, 9 a.m.
During the last ice age, all of Quebec was covered with a huge mass of ice. This moving ice tore off a layer of rock and eroded the surface of the Canadian shield. All of these were rolled, blunt and deposited under the glaciers, resulting in a deposit of sand, gravel and boulders. These deposits are called eskers. They constitute a kind of sponge which absorbs and filters rainwater and snowmelt water through its pores to the rock. Thus, the water drawn from it is of exceptional natural purity. It achieves an almost perfect balance. Like the eskers, our trio draws their repertoire from all of the so-called classical music to fuel the musical and cultural life of Abitibi Témiscamingue and Quebec. And the musicians who compose it are always looking for a perfect sound balance.
Hugues Cloutier, piano
Frédéric St-Pierre, violin
Jacob Auclair-Fortier, cello