We are honored to announce that next January 24th, the Carnegie Hall NYC will present a concert of the exuberant supergroup formed by Le Vent du Nord & De Temps Antan in Zankel Hall. Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious venues in the
Only one chance to attend a SOLO show this summer and it will be next August 9, 00h30 at the 25th edition of the Guinness Irish Festival in Switzerland recognized on the Celtic planet. Bringing together on stage the supergroup formed by Le Vent du
#Solo/QuebecFest is a spectacular and lively performance wich is mainly presenting original repertoire of songs and tunes arranged for eight highly talented singers and multi-instrumentalists.
With two of Quebec’s greatest traditional bands together on the same stage, this is also truly a family reunion that proudly displays the strength and maturity of a new generation of Québec’s traditional music scene!
SOLO is two world-renowned bands that have been offering a festive and exciting folk/trad show in Canada and abroad since 2016. This show has been performed in Quebec (40 venues and festivals), at the Royal Glasgow Concert Hall in Scotland, and majors festival at the United States, in France and Switzerland.
8 concerts are scheduled in Quebec in December 2019, then the supergroup will finish its tour at the renowned Carnegie Hall in New York!
This long-awaited album, which was released in November 2018, has been awarded Album of the year – Traditional at ADISQ 2019 and been hailed by critics and fans around the world. Collecting 4 stars in La Presse, journalist Alain Brunet praised the groups: “… Le Vent du Nord is the leading group in trad keb franco. We also know that the trio De Temps Antan does not give its place.” This opus brings together the pieces performed on stage by the collective Le Vent du Nord and De Temps Antan. This repertoire invites you to celebrate and makes you smile. The power of the 8 voices and various instruments give this album a unique colour. The festive and playful side of De Temps Antan blends well with the depth and harmonies of Le Vent du Nord.