WHAT: In support of their new album “Bluesy Lunedi” and to the delight of jazz connoisseurs everywhere, Alain Bédard, Canada’s Premier Jazz Artist and his Auguste Quintet will be performing live at Boston’s Beehive for two exclusive shows on Sunday, November 2, 2008 at 8:00PM, and on Monday, November 3, 2008 at 8:30pm. Alain Bédard is an inspiring Canadian bassist and composer and will be accompanied by the Auguste Quintet adding a touch of mischievous humor to contemporary acoustic jazz through rich, modern, soaring, dynamic compositions.
Auguste Quintet:

Frank Lozano (tenor & soprano saxophones, bass clarinet)
Jean-Christophe Béney (tenor saxophone)
Alexandre Grogg (piano)
Alain Bédard (double bass)
Pierre Tanguay (drums)

WHERE: The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116
P. 617.423.0069

Sunday, November 2, 2008 8:00 PM
Monday, November 3, 2008 at 8:30 PM and 9:00 PM – 1:00 PM

INFO: No Cover charge, Cash Bar, Dinner Reservations recommended - Call: 617-423-0069.

About The Beehive:
The Beehive or La Ruche -- "the beehive" in French for which it is named – was an early 20th-century artists' colony in Paris where the likes of Matisse and Chagall worked and made merry. Today The Beehive is an underground Bohemian bistro featuring amazing cuisine, libations, artwork and live music nightly. Nestled below the Boston Center for the Art’s historic Cyclorama in Boston’s South End, The Beehive serves the eclectic fare of Chef Rebecca Newell with an emphasis on rustic comfort foods with American, European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern influences. Open for dinner 5:30 pm to 1:00 am seven days a week, and with cocktails and live entertainment available nightly until 2:00 am; The Beehive is the perfect location for after-work cocktails, dinner, live music, events and more. Come to taste the cuisine, come to view the art, come to hear the music, or simply come to share in the merriment.

The Beehive is located at 541 Tremont Street in Boston, MA, 617-423-0069.
Dinner 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., bar to 2 a.m., entertainment nightly. Saturday and Sunday Brunch is now being served at The Beehive from 10:30 am until 3:00 pm, bar menu from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

About Alain Bédard:

Born in the town of Beauport near Quebec City, self-taught bassist Alain Bédard began his musical career in the eighties. He has since accompanied various Quebec ensembles, including Effendi JazzLab, Lapon Balèze, Carole Therrien, Dadjé (Quebecois and Senegalese musicians) B.C.J.S Quartet, Ivan Simons Group, Gilles Bernard Repertory Orchestra, Michel Lambert, Greg Clayton, Guadeloupean Frank Souriant, Thuryn Von Pranke trio, Ogane Song and many others.

He has participated in a number of high-profile projects with several of these ensembles, including numerous appearances at virtually every international jazz festival in Canada, as well as many in France (JVC Jazz Festival in Paris, Nantes Jazz Festival, Jazz entre les deux Tours in la Rochelle, Nancy Jazz Festival, Vienne Jazz Festival), and Belgium (Ciney and Brussels Jazz Festivals). Outside the realm of jazz, he has appeared at the Festival de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville and the Festival d'été de Québec. Touring France with the group Dadjé in 1987, he performed in such renowned Paris clubs as New Morning, Bataclan and Chapelle des Lombards.

The following year he appeared with the same group at the Iba Mar Diop Stadium and Club Kilimandjaro in Dakar, Senegal. He has accompanied internationally acclaimed Martinican dancer Josianne Antourel, most notably at the 1990 Marin Festival in Martinique (with Malian percussionist Yaya Dialo), as well as in sever- al shows across Canada. He toured Morocco in 1992 with singer Robert Robitaille and saxophonist Michel Côté. In 1994 he began studying classical double bass with Marc Denis at UQAM, becoming a mem- ber of the University's chamber music orchestra under the direction of violinist Martin Foster.

In 1994 he formed his own group, Auguste, performing numerous times across Quebec as well as abroad. The group appeared at the Vienne Jazz Festival in France in 1998, the Montreal International Jazz Festival in 1997, 2001 and 2005, and the Off Festival de Jazz in 2002 and 2004. Alain Bédard has played on more than twenty Radio-Canada and CBC recordings, and is a member as well as artistic director of the group Effendi JazzLab. Formed in 2002, this group has given over 50 concerts across Quebec, Canada, France and the USA.

Alain Bédard is the president and founder of the jazz label Effendi, established in 1999. As an accom- plished musician and sound technician, he has produced more than 45 jazz albums to date.


Sortie en magasin du 3e album d’Alain Bédard Auguste Quintet intitulé « BLUESY LUNEDI »

Montréal, 22 septembre 2008 – Effendi Records est fière de vous annoncer la sortie du troisième album intitulé « Bluesy Lunedi» d’Alain Bédard, contrebassiste, président du label montréalais Effendi Records et leader de l’Auguste Quintet.

Disponible en magasin et sur le site Internet, www.effendirecords.com, dès le mardi 14 octobre 2008 (Distribution Fusion III).

Alain Bédard et son Auguste Quintet récidivent pour le plaisir des connaisseurs. Après un deuxième opus (Sphere Reflexion - FND069) fort réussi, les voilà à nouveau, en train de concocter un projet dont ils ont le secret. Avec humour et espièglerie, le quintet sillonne le jazz acoustique contemporain, avec des compositions riches, modernes, planantes, efficaces.

Échos dans la presse:

« … richesse des harmonies, la souplesse de la rythmique et la robustesse de l’ensemble : cet album est habité. »
Guillaume Bourgeault-Côté

« Ce disque est original, il est bon et il s’inscrit dans la mouvance du jazz contemporain mondial. »
Gilles Archambault, Québec Audio

Tournée promotionnelle Automne 2008:

17 et 18 octobre : Montréal - Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill
24 octobre : L’Assomption - la Boîte à Chansons
25 octobre : Sherbrooke - Théâtre Centennial
30 octobre : Jonquière - Côté-Cour
31 octobre : Baie-Comeau - Théâtre de Baie-Comeau
1er novembre : Québec - Palais Montcalm
2 et 3 novembre : Boston - Beehive
6 novembre : Trois-Rivières - salle Louis-Philippe Poisson
7 novembre : Bel-Œil - Diffusion de la Coulisse
14 novembre : Gatineau - Maison e la Culture de Gatineau
15 novembre : Edmonton - Yarbird Suite
16 novembre : Vancouver - The Cellar
18 novembre : Winnipeg - Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain
21 novembre : Calgary - Beat Niq
22 novembre : Toronto - The Rex Club

Alain Bédard – contrebasse et compositions
Frank Lozano – saxophone ténor et soprano
Jean-Christophe Béney – saxophone ténor et soprano
Alexandre Grogg – piano
Pierre Tanguay – batterie

Source : Maurin Auxéméry / Effendi Records (514) 597-2345 /
promo at effendirecords.com
Relations de presse: Alain Labonté Communications (514) 523-9922
alain at alainlabonte.ca



Alain Bédard - Auguste Quintet’s third album BLUESY LUNEDI, available in stores

Montréal, September 22nd, 2008 –
Effendi Records is pleased to announce the release of Alain Bédard’s third album, “Bluesy Lunedi”. Double bassist Bédard is president of Montréal label Effendi Records and leader of Auguste Quintet.

This new CD will be available in stores and on the Effendi website, www.effendirecords.com, beginning Tuesday October 7th (Distribution Fusion III).

To the delight of jazz connoisseurs everywhere, Alain Bédard and his Auguste Quintet are at it again. Hot on the heels of their highly successful second opus (Sphere Reflexion - FND069), they’re now busy cooking up a new project, of which only they know the secret... The quintet adds a touch of mischievous humor to contemporary acoustic jazz through their rich, modern, soaring, dynamic compositions.


« … richesse des harmonies, la souplesse de la rythmique et la robustesse de l’ensemble : cet album est habité. »
Guillaume Bourgeault-Côté

« Ce disque est original, il est bon et il s’inscrit dans la mouvance du jazz contemporain mondial. »
Gilles Archambault, Québec Audio

Promotional tour Fall 2008:

October 17 & 18: Montréal - Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill
October 24: L’Assomption - la Boîte à Chansons
October 25: Sherbrooke - Théâtre Centennial
October 30: Jonquière - Côté-Cour
October 31: Baie-Comeau - Théâtre de Baie-Comeau
November 1st: Québec - Palais Montcalm
November 2 & 3: Boston - Beehive
November 6 novembre : Trois-Rivières - salle Louis-Philippe Poisson
November 7 novembre : Bel-Œil - Diffusion de la Coulisse
November 14: Gatineau - Maison e la Culture de Gatineau
November 15 : Edmonton - Yarbird Suite
November 16: Vancouver - The Cellar
November 18: Winnipeg - Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain
November 21: Calgary - Beat Niq
November 22: Toronto - The Rex Club

Alain Bédard – double bass & compositions
Frank Lozano – ténor & soprano saxophones
Jean-Christophe Béney – tenor & soprano saxophones
Alexandre Grogg – piano
Pierre Tanguay – drums

Contact: Maurin Auxéméry / Effendi Records (514) 597-2345
promo at effendirecords.com
Press Relations: Alain Labonté Communications (514) 523-9922
alain at alainlabonte.ca

Nicolas Boulerice, one of the organizers of the festival.

Finally, I'll bring some tales about the 5th edition of Chants de Vielles festival - 2008. It was held last September 5th to 7th, in the Quebecois city of Calixa-Lavallée.

Just keep in mind this is my view of the fest and I didn't see all the shows - well, duh, nobody saw since there were 3 stages with multiple events going on simultaneously... But I missed shows of very talented artists that I won't be mentioning here. So, feel free to add any comments to this post, if you want to...

After enjoying a day in Montréal with François, we arrived in Calixa on Friday afternoon and had just a quick moment to prepare before starting our night at the fest, meeting old friends and new ones...

The first people I ran into were my beloved friends Sue and Liz... And the night started with an ensemble of artists as a preview of what was about to come the following days... They were all gathered together for a tribute to great Quebecois trad singer Jean-Paul Guimond. Everybody sang his famous tunes, great part a cappella, and Monsieur Guimond joined many himself.

I had the chance to walk around the festival site and visit with friends coming from USA and Canada. The organization of the event this year surprised me with their efficiency in distributing the spaces and adding more parking area. And in good time, because the audience grows bigger every year!

The two brothers Beaudry (from right).

Saturday started with the main reason for my visit to Chants de Vielles this year: Eric and Simon Beaudry. Their 2007 album Le Sort Des Amoureux is my favorite one for that year (in Quebecois Trad) and one of my favorites of all times. This is one album I do recommend to everyone! I lost the count how many times I've listened to it... It was really great to see them live playing my favorite tunes!

That same afternoon, we enjoyed ourselves with the sounds of Daniel Roy, Ruthie Dornfeld, Simon Riopel, Jean-François Bélanger and many others. For me listening to the music from France, Québec and Scandinavia with Paul Marchand (guitar) and Laurie Hart (nyckelharpa, vielle à roue, fiddle) was refreshing. I was fully conquered by the ingenuity of the nyckelharpa! Maybe an instrument to think about in the future?

The brothers Brunet.

One of the most surprising performances of that Saturday though was André and Réjean Brunet's... Their show was simply ecstatic! I can't find a better word to describe the exaltation on everyone's faces in the audience... (Well, I was actually going to use another word, but I think I would make Réjean blush) They were electric and exhilarating, and it was impossible to stay still with those two on stage...

Later on, another surprise: for one of the main night shows, Claire Pelletier performed with Pierre Duchesne on the keyboards. Claire is getting famous through out Québec, playing electronic music. Many people were excited with her presence at Chants. I confess I'm not a big fan of electronic music and I never heard her before that day. I asked Nicolas Boulerice (one of the organizers of the festival) what was the intention bringing Claire Pelletier to a Quebecois Trad fest. He told me they were looking for exotic mixes and having Claire playing Quebecois Trad would be really interesting. Well, I actually agree although I didn't see that happening... Nicolas played one song with them on his vielle à roue, and then it was all electronic music. Although, I really enjoyed one song in Spanish on voice and flute. Claire has a beautiful voice indeed... Still, not my style and I thought the show was out of place. But that's just me... the audience apparently enjoyed, since they had full house!

After socializing around a bit and enjoying the variety of beers and the catered food, we were back to the night shows, but this time it involved more from the audience: the Quebecois traditional dances, under the guidance of the musicians Olivier Demers, André and Réjean Brunet, and caller Jean-François Berthiaume. I had a great time enjoying the show although I didn't dance. It was really exciting to see the chemistry between the fiddlers on stage... For moments, it seemed they would even forget they were playing with an audience... the interaction and stage jokes among them would be a show apart. They were there having fun and enjoying to play just for playing, and I really like to see this side of the artists.

In between shows through out the day, it's common to see many of the artists that are in the audience, filling all the spaces of the festival site with folk music. All sorts of instruments and influences gather together and exchange tunes, tips, experience and friendship, creating a family-friend environment for all ages. This is the usual spirit of these festivals on Quebecois Trad. The artists scheduled to be on stage, also join the crowd from time to time, making themselves very accessible to friends and fans.

Despite all full Saturday immersed in music, Sunday everybody is back for more! This time, we started with the accordion battle with Jeremiah McLane, Daniel Thonon, Réjean Brunet and Jan Le Clair. Each one took the time to explain their model of the instrument (piano accordion, chromatic, diatonic, etc) showing their structure and sound. Then, the artist would play a group of trad tunes proper for that particular kind of accordion. It was really educational, giving a clearer view of the instrument limitations and advantages in comparison with each other.

Of course, being François a guitar player, our next step was the Rencontre de plectromanes with Paul Marchand, Éric Beaudry, Jean-Philipe Reny, Daniel Roy and Michael Ayles.

We were lucky that the shows in another stage were delayed because we could enjoy once again the brothers Brunet! This time playing for another dance session with caller Jean-François Berthiaume. It's very difficult to choose when you have shows happening at the same time...

The final moments of the festival happened in the same sequence of previous years: a walk between the fest site till Calixa-Lavallée's church - Église Sainte-Théodosie, a pause for the official photo of the event - including the artists and the audience - and then, the last concerts of Chants de Vielles, inside the church. This year, the artists performing were: Laurie Hart and Paul Marchand, Jean-François Bélanger and Yann Falquet and The Swamp Ward Orchestra. I actually just saw the first two shows due to other appointment previously scheduled.

Other extra highlights (there are so many, I couldn't possibly write them all) that only added to the fun:

1) Quebecois artist Bernard Simard came to the festival as audience member. I was disappointed for not having him playing in one of the shows, but it was nice to talk to him about his new projects. Simard is the talent that recorded my favorite album (Quebecois Trad) of 2006 and one of my fav of all times: Spectacle Solo.

2) The person responsible for making sure every artist will be in the right stage at the right time of their concert, confused François for Ben Grossman. It was fun to watch her trying to convince François to go to the stage and play "his" vielle à roue. When he realized the confusion but also pictured himself sharing the stage with the talents we were enjoying so much, it was his time to convince her he was indeed Grossman but he was thinking about doing something different and show his skills on the guitar. The whole scene was... priceless! :)

I had a great time at Chants de Vielles this year. Bought many new albums (great majority with at least one of the Brunet brothers on them), visited with dear friends - although we could all use more time together, saw many of my favorite talents on stage and learned a bit more of this culture and art that conquered me years ago...

[photos by François]

Just a quick note about RadioTrad website: everybody already noticed that the site is down. They actually didn't renew the contract and the domain will be changed. The new website is not in the air yet but soon will be, also under the command of a new webmaster. Keep an eye open and check the new domain from time to time: RadioTrad.ca.

Meanwhile, check them out at this link. These are older files but you still can check for lots of info.


After a number of e-mails confirming if I was still performing in Putnam, CT, this Saturday…YES, change of plans and I WILL be performing at French Day and all the activities in the park on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 3pm. Thank you to all for keeping me on the road! J Also, I'm finishing up recording a few new songs and my new CD, Collection Vol. II, will be out by December!

A bientot!

Josée Vachon

Other upcoming dates:

Nov. 5, 2008 - Potsdam, NY & Malone, NY (high schools & middle schools)
Nov. 6, 2008 - Beekmantown, NY (high schools & middle schools)
Nov. 7, 2008 - Biddeford, ME (Middle School)
Nov. 10, 2008 - Caribou, ME (schools at Perf. Arts Ctr & Presque Isle)and ME (schools)
Nov. 17, 2008 - Summit, NJ (area schools)
Nov. 21, 2008 - Verona, NJ (schools)
Nov. 26, 2008 - Kutztown, PA (Middle School, career day)


Oct. 25, 2008 - Putnam, CT, Fall Craft Fair & French-Canadian Festival, Rotary Park, 3pm (activities all day 10am -5:30pm)

Nov. 7, 2008 - Biddeford, ME - Middle School, 7pm, Info: (207) 282-6400, ext. 1004

Nov.9, 2008 - Fort Kent, ME - Univ. of ME, 2pm, Fox Auditorium in Cyr Hall, Info: (207) 834-7800

Nov. 17, 2008 - Madison, NJ – Drew University, 7:30pm, location TBD

Dec. 6, 2008 - Watertown, CT, Alliance Francaise holiday gathering, 11:30 lunch & 1pm
concert, Info: afnwct@snet.net

Jan. 9, 2009 - Kutztown, PA - Folk Music Society, St. John's UCC, 8pm, Info: 610-683-8720

Jan. 16, 2009 - Nashua, NH - St. Louis de Gonzague parish hall, Info: (603) 882-4362 ext 208

Where? Banquet Hall, Le Foyer, 151 Fountain St, Pawtucket, RI, 02860
When? Wednesday, Oct 29. 2008, 7 PM - 10 PM


You can bring to life the music played in the homes of the French Canadian by participating in a fiddle jam led by Colette Fournier playing tunes of the Quebecois Traditions. Learn some new tunes as well as sharing your own. Musicians playing traditional tunes with harmonica, accordion, spoons, banjo, piano are all welcome. For young and old, all levels of experience are invited.

Come early and enjoy Wednesday Pasta Night at Le Foyer, 4 PM - 9 PM

For more information, feel free to call Colette Fournier (401-826-0093) or Roger Bonin (401-728-8328)

Roger Bonin
Le Foyer, President
2 Foxx Dr
Lincoln, RI 02865

Check their website and take a look on their recipes... ;) Bengal.


24-25-26 octobre 2008
Centre culturel de la Cité des Jeunes
Vaudreuil-Dorion (Québec),
tél.: (514) 252-3022

Renouez avec nos traditions! Venez apprécier la musique, les chants, les légendes et les danses traditionnelles. Au programme: compétition folklorique, atelier, soirées de danse et spectacles.

Association Québécoise des Loisirs Folkloriques

That's right: Quebecois talent Benoit Bourque is the new member of the famous trad band La Bottine Souriante! The news will be officially announced soon, but I couldn't wait to share my excitement with you all!

Bourque will be sharing his talents on vocals, accordion, guigue, bones, etc, as a full time member of the group, while current member Pierre-Luc Dupuis moves on to new endenvours, not yet disclosed.

The last performance of Pierre-Luc with La Bottine Souriante will take place this Saturday at the Old Port in Montreal (QB) with Bourque's participation on bones and guigue.

Great success on the new projects to all parties involved!


The 2008 Music City Masquerade has a decidedly Northern flavor, as we feature the dynamic Quebecois band, Tidal Wave (in French, Raz-de-Maree), fast becoming one of the premiere contra dance bands in North America.

Benoit Bourque, also from Quebec, will be on staff to teach step-dancing and Quebecois social dances. Benoit is known throughout the world for his infectious charm and delightful teaching.

From a bit farther south (Boston, MA) Sue Rosen will treat us to her fun mix of contra dances, including some of her own devising, and she’ll offer an insightful workshop on contra choreography, sharing with us the ingredients for a great dance and how to put them together.

Nashville is home to so many great bands and callers. Among those, on staff this year will be caller Susan Kevra, fiddler David Coe and guitarist Owen Morrison.

In addition to all the great dancing, don’t miss out on music and singing workshops. All the fun happens at the Cohn Adult Learning Center in Nashville. Dance in our spectacularly decorated hall on an exceptional hard wood floor with one of the friendliest dance groups in the country.

More information, here.

Thurs., Oct 30, 8 PM
The Quebecois Roots Band, Raz-de-marée (Tidal Wave) with guest stepdancer, Benoit Bourque to perform at Vanderbilt at the Alumni Hall Ballroom on Thurs, Oct 30, 2008 at 8 PM.

Raz-de-Maree - a quartet of four dynamic musicians from Quebec - brings to the stage a celebration of traditional Québécois music with effervescent step dancing, songs, stories and instrumentals on fiddle, accordion, mandolin, bass, and percussion. They will be joined by stepdancer, singer and musician, Benoit Bourque, who performed with Le Vent du Nord at Vanderbilt in 2006.

Admission is free and open to the public. Songs will be in French, but the concert will be in English. In addition to hearing great Quebecois music and seeing spectacular step dancing by Benoit Bourque, audience members will also have an opportunity to do some simple Quebecois dances.

For more information, contact the Department of French and Italian: 322-6900 or Professor Susan Kevra (susan.kevra at vanderbilt.edu).

KOOZA tells the story of The Innocent, a melancholy loner in search of his place in the world.

KOOZA is a return to the origins of Cirque du Soleil: It combines two circus traditions – acrobatic performance and the art of clowning. The show highlights the physical demands of human performance in all its splendor and fragility, presented in a colorful mélange that emphasizes bold slapstick humor.

The Innocent's journey brings him into contact with a panoply of comic characters such as the King, the Trickster, the Pickpocket, and the Obnoxious Tourist and his Bad Dog.

Between strength and fragility, laughter and smiles, turmoil and harmony, KOOZA explores themes of fear, identity, recognition and power. The show is set in an electrifying and exotic visual world full of surprises, thrills, chills, audacity and total involvement.

From September 5, 2008 to October 5, 2008
Boston, MA, USA

Message from Stephen B. Johns:

Dimanche-Samedi L'Air du Temps, WUMB, Boston, MA (www.wumb.org)
Dimanche-Samedi Canal Academie, Paris, FR (www.canalacademie.com)
Dimanche-Samedi Couleur France, Paris, FR (www.couleurfrance.net)
Dimanche-Samedi Radio France Internationale, Paris, FR (www.rfi.fr)
Dimanche 08:30-09:30 Salut! Bonjour! WNRI 1380 AM, Woonsocket, RI (www.wnri.com)
Dimanche 09:00-11:00 La Revue Francaise, WEZR 1240 AM, Auburn, ME (www.cnn1240.com)
Dimanche 09:00-12:00 Chez Nous, WFEA 1370 AM, Manchester, NH (603-669-5777)
Dimanche 12:00-14:00 L'Echo Musical, WNRI 1380 AM, Woonsocket, RI (www.wnri.com)
Dimanche 17:00-18:00 L'Heure Francaise, WHTB 1400 AM, Fall River, MA (508-677-1400)
Dimanche 17:00-19:00 Your French Connection, WUML 91.5 FM, Lowell, MA (www.wuml.org)
Lundi 06:00-08:00 French Toast, WMBR 88.1 FM, Cambridge, MA (//wmbr.org)
Samedi 11:00-13:00 L'Echo Musical, WNRI 1380 AM, Woonsocket, RI (www.wnri.com)
Samedi 12:00-14:00 L'Heure Francaise, WCUW 91.3 FM, Worcester, MA (www.wcuw.com)

1/01-12/31 400e anniversaire de Quebec (1608-2008) (QC) (www.monquebec2008.com)
1/01-12/31 100e anniversaire de Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) (www.oliviermessiaen.org)
5/21-11/01 Exhibit: Je t'aime Laconia @ Laconia Public Library, Laconia, NH
5/24-10/31 Exhibit: Couture by Pierre Cardin @ Rosecliff, Newport, RI (www.newportmansions.org)
7/01-6/30 Exhibit: Le Louvre a Quebec @ Musee national des beaux-arts, Quebec, QC
7/23-11/09 Exhibit: Imperishable Beauty @ MFA, Boston, MA (www.mfa.org)
8/06-11/02 Absinthe & Desir @ Spiegeltent, New York, NY (www.spiegelworld.com)
8/23-11/16 Exhibit: Visions of the Stage @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA (www.clarkart.edu)
8/30-12/07 Exhibit: Mystic Masque: Georges Rouault @ BC, Chestnut Hill, MA (www.bc.edu)
9/01-5/31 Charles Dutoit @ Philadelphia Orchestra , Philadelphia, PA (www.philorch.org)
9/05-10/18 Exhibit: Isabelle Hayeur @ Silverstein Gallery, NYC (www.silversteinphotography.com)
9/05-10/05 Cirque du Soleil: Kooza @ Bayside Expo Center (www.cirquedusoleil.com)
9/10-10/10 Exhibit: Andree Putman: Beyond Style @ FCS, NYC, NY (www.frenchculture.org)
9/12-10/18 Exhibit: The Tongue of Shadows @ GASP, Brookline, MA (www.g-a-s-p.net)
9/14-1/25 Exhibit: Street Art, Street Life @ Bronx Museum, NYC, NY
9/15-11/15 French classes @ FAC, Manchester, NH (www.facnh.com)
9/16-10/05 Crossing the Line Festival @ FIAF, New York, NY (www.fiaf.org)
9/18-10/14 Festival de musique de Ambronay @ Ambronay, QC (www.ambronay.org)
9/19-10/26 Exhibit: Fabienne Lasserre @ South First Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC (www.southfirst.org)
9/22-10/12 Augustin Dumay (violin) @ Canada & United States (www.kajimotomusic.com)
9/22-10/08 La Tournee quebecois des rendez-vous du cinema quebecois (www.rvcq.com)
9/24-10/29 Emilie Simon @ USA (www.myspace.com/emeliesimonmusic)
9/24-10/24 Exhibit: Irene Nemirovsky @ Museum of Jewish Heritage, NYC, NY (www.mjhnyc.org)
9/25-11/08 Manchester Celebrates 400th Anniversary of Quebec (www.manchesterhistoric.org)
9/25-10/08 Arielle de la tour d'Auvergne & Ron Katz @ USA (www.frenchteachers.org)
9/25-10/06 Dance: Rapture @ 7 pm, Fisher Center, Bard College, NYC (www.fishercenter.bard.edu)
9/26-10/12 New York Film Festival @ Lincoln Center, New York, NY (www.filmlinc.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: La Fille coupee en deux @ Avon Theatre, Stamford, CT (www.avontheatre.org)
9/26-10/02 Film: La Fille coupee en deux @ Criterion, New Haven, CT (www.bowtiecinema.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: La Fille coupee en deux @ Cinema Village, NYC, NY (www.cinemavillage.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Le Fils de l'epicier @ RSC, Waterville, ME (www.railroadsquarecinema.org)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Amherst Cinema, Amherst, MA (www.amherstcinema.org)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Bethel Cinema, Bethel, CT (www.bethelcinema.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Cape Cinema, Dennis, MA (www.capecinema.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Embassy Theatre, Waltham, MA (www.landmarktheatres.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA (www.landmarktheatres.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Flick Theater, Lexington, MA (www.fandango.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, NYC, NY (www.lincolnplazacinemas.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Red River Theatres, Concord, NH (www.redrivertheatres.org)
9/26-10/02 Film: Man on Wire @ Sunshine Cinema, NYC, NY (www.landmarktheatres.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Amherst Cinema, Amherst, MA (www.amherstcinema.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Garden Cinemas, Norwalk, CT (www.fandango.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Lincoln Plaza Cinema, NYC (www.lincolnplazacinemas.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Red River Theatre, Concord, NH (www.redrivertheatres.org)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Sunshine Cinema, NYC, NY (www.landmarktheatres.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ WNC, Newton, MA (www.westnewtoncinema.com)
9/26-10/02 Film: Roman de gare @ WNC, Newton, MA (www.westnewtoncinema.com)
9/30-12/20 Next Wave Festival @ BAM, Brooklyn, New York, NY (www.bam.org)
9/30-10/05 Film: Roman de Gare @ Cinema 320, Worcester, MA (www.cinema320.com)
9/30-10/01 Fete musulmane de fin du Ramadan (Id al-Fitr)
9/30-11/20 Eric Vincent en tour @ USA (www.eric-vincent.com)
10/xx-xx Tournees Festival @ Connecticut College, New London, CT (www.conncoll.edu)
10/01-05 Festival Pop Montreal @ Montreal, QC (www.popmontreal.com)
10/01 Club francophone @ 10 pm, Caprice, Boston, MA (www.french.meetup.com/661)
10/01 Tournees Festival: applications for Spring 2009 @ FACE, NYC, NY (www.facecouncil.org)
10/01 Film: L'heure d'ete (Summer Hours) @ 6 pm, Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC, NY (www.filmlinc.com)
10/01 Emilie Simon @ 9:45 pm, The Cutting Room, NYC, NY (www.thecuttingroom.com)
10/01 Vieux Farka Toure @ Palais Montcalm, Quebec, QC (www.vieuxfarkatoure.com)
10/01 AFP: Alliance Chorale @ 7 pm, Providence, RI (www.frenchri.org)
10/01 Club Richelieu Dames du RI @ 6 pm, River's Edge, Woonsocket, RI (www.richelieu.org)
10/02-11/09 First Works Festival @ Providence, RI (www.first-works.org)
10/02-04 Charles Dutoit (conductor) @ Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA (www.philorch.org)
10/02 AFN: Alliance Francaise de Newport: Pierre Cardin @ Rosecliff, Newport, RI
10/02 Club Richelieu de Woonsocket @ 6 pm, River's Edge, Woonsocket, RI (www.richelieu.org)
10/02 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Panera, Cranston, RI (www.french.meetup.com/785)
10/02 Film: L'heure d'ete (Summer Hours) @ 9 pm, Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC, NY (www.filmlinc.com)
10/02 Lo Cor de la Plana @ 8 pm, First Works Festival, RISD, Providence, RI (www.first-works.org)
10/03-12 Boston Latin Int'l Film Festival @ HFA, Harvard U., Cambridge, MA (www.bliff.org)
10/03-09 Film: Hors de prix (Priceless) @ Roxy Cinemas, Burlington, VT (www.merrilltheatres.com)
10/03-09 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Catamount Cinema, St.Johnsbury, VT (www.catamountarts.org)
10/03-09 Film: Ne le dis a personne @ Roxy Cinemas, Burlington, VT (www.merrilltheatres.com)
10/xx-xx Film: Un vielle maitresse @ Red River Theatre, Concord, NH (www.redrivertheatre.com)
10/03-05 Lucie Therrien @ 2:30 & 7:30 pm, West End Theatre, Portsmouth, NH (www.luciet.com)
10/03 AFB: Hot Club avec Minor Swing @ 7 pm, French Library, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/03 Lo Cor de la Plana @ 8 pm, Somerville Theatre, Somerville, MA (www.worldmusic.org)
10/03 La Rencontre @ 11 am, Fr.Am.Heritage Ctr, Lewiston, ME (www.francoamericanheritage.org)
10/03 Madeleine Peyroux @ Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (www.madeleinepeyroux.com)
10/03 Daniel Bernard Roumain @ 5:30 & 8 pm, Aud., RISD, Providence, RI (www.first-works.org)
10/04-11/25 Eric Vincent @ USA (www.eric-vincent.com)
10/04-05 Lionheart @ Hill & Hollow, Saranac, NY (www.hillandhollowmusic.com)
10/04-05 Festival Revelations @ Montreal, QC (www.galarevelations.com)
10/04 AFNW: Cafe & Conversation @ 10 am, Library, Southbury, CT (www.afnwct.org)
10/04 River City Slim & Zydeco Hogs @ Mum Festival, Bristol, CT (www.bristolmumfestival.org)
10/04 Donna Hebert @ TBA, Boston, MA (www.massculturalcouncil.org)
10/04 Madeleine Peyroux @ Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA (www.madeleinepeyroux.com)
10/04 Film: Les femmes de la Brukman @ 4 pm, HFA, Cambridge, MA (www.bliff.org)
10/04 Magnolia @ 8 pm, German Club, Pawtucket, RI (www.magnoliacajunband.homestead.com)
10/05 Club francophone @ 11:30 am, Panera, Shrewsbury, MA (www.french.meetup.com/487)
10/05 Acadian Cultural Society @ Templeton Fish & Game Club, Templeton, MA
10/05 Josee Vachon @ Acadian Cultural Society, Templeton, MA (www.joseevachon.com)
10/05 Slippery Sneakers @ 5 pm, Springstep Center, Medford, MA (www.slipperysneakers.com)
10/05 La Bonne Chanson @ 2 pm, Millyard Museum, Manchester, NH (www.unhm.unh.edu)
10/05 Les Sans Culottes @ Atlantic Antic, Brooklyn, NYC, NY (www.lessansculottes.com)
10/05 Club Le Foyer: banquet et danse @ 1 pm, LeFoyer Club, Pawtucket, RI (www.lefoyer.org)
10/05 Film: Cubanos: Life and Death of a Revolution @ HFA, Cambridge, MA (www.bliff.org)
10/06 AFB: La Table Francaise @ 6:30 pm, Petit Robert, Cambridge, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/06 Film: La Chinoise @ 7 pm, Amherst Cinema, Amherst, MA (www.amherstcinema.com)
10/06-11/10 Cajun & Zydeco dance lessons @ 7:30 pm, Mon., Mediator, Providence, RI
10/07 Pardon My French! @ 6:30 pm, UNHM, Manchester, NH (www.unhm.unh.edu)
10/07 Club francophone @ 6:30 pm, UNH, Manchester, NH (www.french.meetup.com/29)
10/07 Charles Dutoit (conductor) @ 8 pm, Stern Auditorium, NYC, NY (www.carnegiehall.org)
10/08-12/09 French @ 7 pm, Tu., Brown U., Providence, RI (www.brown.edu/continuingstudies)
10/08 Journee juive de atonement (Yom Kippur)
10/08 AFNW: John Merriman: "Aux marges de ville" @ Northwestern, CT (www.afnwct.org)
10/08 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Panera, West Hartford, CT (www.french.meetup.com/624)
10/08 Film: La Chinoise @ 2 pm, Amherst Cinema, Amherst, MA (www.amherstcinema.com)
10/08 Boreal Tordu @ 7 pm, Lakeside Theatre, Rangeley, ME (www.borealtordu.com)
10/08 Lucie Therrien @ 7 pm, River Run Bookstore, Portsmouth, NH (www.luciet.com)
10/08 Emilie Simon @ 9:45 pm, The Cutting Room, NYC, NY (www.thecuttingroom.com)
10/09-12/18 French Cinema (1930-1945) @ 7 pm, Th., Prov., RI (www.brown.edu/continuingstudies)
10/09-10 Ray Montagne @ 8 pm, Boston Opera House, Boston, MA (www.livenation.com)
10/09 AFG: 125th Anniversary @ Greenwich, CT (www.afgreenwich.org)
10/09 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Public Library, Chelmsford, MA (www.chelmsfordlibrary.org)
10/09 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Harris Library, Woonsocket, RI (www.french.meetup.com/599)
10/10-16 Film: Man on Wire @ Catamount Arts Cinema, St.Johnsbury, VT (www.catamountarts.org)
10/10-16 Film: Hors de prix (Priceless) @ Roxy Cinema, Burlington, VT (www.merrilltheatres.com)
10/10-12 Festival la viree @ Carleton-sur-Mer, QC (www.carletonsurmer.com)
10/10-11 Charles Dutoit (conductor) @ Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA (www.philorch.org)
10/10 Jean-Michel Pilc @ 4 pm, Winter Garden, New York, NY (www.jmpilc.com)
10/10 Film: Un conte de Noel (A Christmas Tale) @ 6 pm, Ziegfeld Theatre, NY (www.filmlinc.com)
10/10 Les Charbonniers de l'Enfer @ Symphony Space, New York, NY (www.symphonyspace.org)
10/10 Film: Parlez-moi de la pluie (Let It Rain) @ 9 pm, Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC (www.filmlinc.com)
10/11 Film: Man on Wire @ Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT (www.realartways.org)
10/11 Harvest Moon Dance w/Magnolia & Slippery Sneakers @ Camp Keewanee, Greenfield, MA
10/11-12 Festivals acadiens de Lafayette @ Lafayette, LA (www.festivalsacadiens.com)
10/11 AFH: Cafe et Conversation @ 10:30 am, Cafe Mozzicato,Htfd,CT(www.alliancefrancehtfd.org)
10/11 River City Slim & Zydeco Hogs @ 1 pm, Harvest Moon Dance Party, Greenfield, MA
10/11 Matt Haimovitz @ 09:45 am, Community Music School, Springfield, MA (www.oxingale.com)
10/11 Springfield Symphony w/Matt Haimovitz @ 8 pm, Springfield, MA (www.oxingale.com)
10/11 Miles of Mills @ 9 am, Millyard Museum, Manchester, NH (www.unhm.unh.edu)
10/11 Arts, crafts & farmers market @ 10 am - 2 pm, FAC, Manchester, NH (www.facnh.com)
10/11 Film: Un conte de Noel (A Christmas Tale) @ 11 am, Ziegfeld Theatre, NY (www.filmlinc.com)
10/11 Grand Derangement @ Festival de a Viree, Carleton, QC (www.grandderangement.com)
10/12 Film: Parlez-moi de la pluie (Let It Rain) @ 11 am, Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC (www.filmlinc.com)
10/12 Josee Vachon @ Autumnfest, Woonsocket, RI (www.autumnfest.org)
10/14-20 Fete juive des tentes (Sukkot)
10/14 AFB: Semaine de Gout: Les fromages @ 6:30 pm, Fr.Lib, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/15-25 Bowfire w/Ray Legere, Kelli Trottier & April Verch @ U.S.A. (www.bowfire.com)
10/15-18 Exhibit: Cold Fusion @ Fusion Arts Museum, New York, NY (www.fusionartsmuseum.org)
10/15 Club francophone @ 8 pm, chez, Cambridge, MA (www.french.meetup.com/24)
10/15 Club francophone @ 6:30 pm, Panera, Nashua, NH (www.french.meetup.com/584)
10/15 Emilie Simon @ 9:45 pm, The Cutting Room, NYC, NY (www.thecuttingroom.com)
10/16-21 Charles Dutoit (conductor) @ Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA (www.philorch.org)
10/16-17 Films of Mahamat Saleh-Haroun @ HFA, Cambridge, MA (www.hcl.harvard.edu)
10/16 AFG: Cine-Club @ 8 pm, Cole aud., Library, Greenwich, CT (www.afgreenwich.org)
10/16 West Hartford Film Festival @ West Hartford, CT (www.whps.org)
10/16 Film: L'audition @ WHFF, West Hartford, CT
10/16 Film: La belle empoisonneuse @ WHFF, West Hartford, CT
10/16 Film: Les invasions barbares @ WHFF, West Hartford, CT
10/16 AFB: Semaine de Gout: Le cognac @ 6:30 pm, Fr.Lib, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/16 Film: Daratt (Dry Season) @ 7:30 pm, HFA, Cambridge, MA (www.hcl.harvard.edu)
10/16 Bowfire @ North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, MA (www.nsmt.org)
10/16 Lorraine Masure: Growing Up Franco-American @ 7 pm, Public Library, Laconia, NH
10/16 AFM: Margaret Langford book discussion @ FAC, Manchester, NH (www.facnh.com)
10/16 Lucie Therrien @ 7 pm, Press Room, Portsmouth, NH (www.luciet.com)
10/17-26 Williamstown Film Festival @ Williamstown, MA (www.williamstownfilmfestival.com)
10/17-23 Film: OSS 117 @ Catamount Cinema, St.Johnsbury, VT (www.catamountarts.org)
10/17-19 Summit de la Francophonie @ Quebec, QC (www.francophonie.org)
10/17 Film: Sexe, gombo et beurre sale @ 7 pm, HFA, Cambridge, MA (www.hcl.harvard.edu)
10/17 Bowfire @ Zeiterion Theatre, New Bedford, MA (www.zeiterion.org)
10/17 Christine Capdeville @ 7:30 pm, Zinc Bar, NYC, NY (www.christinecapdeville.com)
10/17 Bizet: Carmen @ 7:30 pm, Flynn Center, Burlington, VT (www.flynncenter.org)
10/18 AFNW: Cafe & Conversation @ 10 am, Library, Southbury, CT (www.afnwct.org)
10/18 Club francophone @ 1:30 pm, It's Only Natural, Middletown, CT (203-907-7031)
10/18 River City Sim & Zydeco Hogs @ 7:30 pm, Hadassah Hospital Benefit, Weston, CT
10/18 Slippery Sneakers @ 8 pm, American Legion Hall, Wethersfield, CT (www.hcdance.org)
10/18 AFB: Semaine de Gout: Pour enfants @ 11:30 am, Fr.Lib, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/18 Erica Brown @ One Longfellow Square, Portland, ME (www.ericabrownonline.com)
10/18 30th Anniversary of Amoskeag @ 10 am, Millyard, Manchester, NH (www.unhm.unh.edu)
10/18 Raz-de-Maree @ Fall Ball, Petersborough, NH (www.tidalwavemusic.com)
10/18 AFP: Library Committee @ 2 pm, AFP, Providence, RI (www.frenchri.org)
10/18 Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble @ 4 pm, German Club, Pawtucket, RI (www.salsrbclub.com)
10/19 Josee Vachon @ St. Laurent's Church, Meriden, CT (www.joseevachon.com)
10/19 River City Slim & Zydeco Hogs @ 2 pm, Apple Harvest Festival, Glastonbury, CT
10/19 AFH: Le Monde francophone: Morrocco @ 3 pm, AFH, Htfd, CT(www.alliancefrancehtfd.org)
10/19 AFH: Le Poesie de Jean-Yves Solinga @ 3 pm, AFH, Htfd, CT (www.alliancefrancehtfd.org)
10/19 Ensemble Caprice @ 3 pm, Town Hall, Clinton, CT (www.georgeflynnclassicalconcerts.com)
10/19 Durufle & Faure @ 7:30 pm, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, MA(www.bostonchambermusic.org)
10/19 SCFSU: Reunion @ chez Betty, Saunderstown, RI
10/19 French contra dance @ 2 pm, LeFoyer Club, Pawtucket, RI (www.lefoyer.org)
10/20-21 Fete juive de la assemblee (Shmini Atzeret)
10/20 Club Richelieu de Fall River @ 6 pm, White's restaurant, Westport, MA (www.richelieu.org)
10/20 Compagnie Heddy Maalam: up-close @ 6 pm, tba, Providence, RI (www.first-works.org)
10/21-22 Fete juive de la loi (Simkat Torah)
10/21 Cinema mardi: Congorama @ 2 & 7 pm, FAC, Manchester, NH (www.facnh.com)
10/21 Compagnie Heddy Maalam @ 8 pm, PPAC, Providence, RI (www.first-works.org)
10/22-11/23 Exhibit: Pierre Montgrain @ Gershwin Hotel, NYC, NY (www.pierremontgrain.com)
10/22-25 Federation of Alliance Francaise Convention @ Naples, FL (www.afusa.org)
10/22 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Panera, West Hartford, CT (www.french.meetup.com/624)
10/22 Bizet: Carmen @ 7:30 pm, Garde Theatre, New London, CT (www.gardearts.org)
10/22 River City Slim & Zydeco Hogs @ Maple Tree Cafe, Simsbury, CT (www.mapletreecafe.com)
10/22 Club Richelieu de New Bedford @ 6 pm, WamsuttaClub, NewBedford,MA(www.richelieu.org)
10/22 Helene Day: Champlain Founding Quebec @ 6:30 pm, Library, Waltham, MA(781-314-3425)
10/22 Vernissage: Pierre Montgrain @ 7 pm, Gershwin Hotel, NYC, NY (www.gershwinhotel.com)
10/22 Emilie Simon @ 9:45 pm, The Cutting Room, NYC, NY (www.thecuttingroom.com)
10/23-11/02 Festival des musiques sacrees @ Quebec, QC (www.festivalmusiquesacree.ca)
10/23-26 Vermont International Film Festival @ Burlington, VT (www.vtiff.org)
10/23-25 BSO: Berlioz: Harold in Italy @ Symphony Hall, Boston, MA (www.bso.org)
10/23-25 BSO: Boulez: Notations I-IV @ Symphony Hall, Boston, MA (www.bso.org)
10/23-25 BSO: Messiaen: Et expecto resurrectionem @ Symphony Hall, Boston, MA(www.bso.org)
10/23 AFB: L'Apero: rendez-vous @ 6 pm, French Library, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/23 Lucie Therrien @ 6:30 pm, UNHM, Manchester, NH (www.unhm.unh.edu)
10/23 Neil Bissondath @ Americas Society, New York, NY (www.americas-society.org)
10/23 Compagnie Heddy Maalem @ 5 & 7:30 pm, Burlington, VT (www.flynncenter.org)
10/24-26 Ballet: Giselle @ VMA, Providence, RI (www.festivalballet.com)
10/24-25 Black Pot Festival @ Lafayette, LA (www.blackpotfestival.com)
10/24 Daniel-Bernard Roumain & Emeline Michel @ 8 pm, Hartford Stage, Hartford, CT
10/25 AFH: Cafe et Conversation @ 10:30 am, Cafe Mozzicato, Htfd,CT(www.alliancefrancehtfd.org)
10/25 French-Canadian Festival @ 3 pm, Rotary Park, Putnam, CT
10/25 Josee Vachon @ 3 pm, Rotary Park, Putnam, CT (www.joseevachon.com)
10/25 Les Joyeux Copains @ 5 pm, Rotary Park, Putnam, CT
10/25 Raz-de-Maree @ Extravadance, Greenfield, MA (www.tidalwavemusic.com)
10/25 Dominica Merola @ 7 pm, FAC, Manchester, NH (www.facnh.com)
10/26 Renee Geofrion @ 7 pm, First Church, Cambridge, MA (www.bostonclavichord.org)
10/26 Dominica Merola @ 2 pm, FAHC, Lewiston, ME (www.francoamericanheritage.org)
10/28 AFB: Herve Kempf @ 6:30 pm, French Library, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/29 AFB: Un Mois, Un Livre: Anna Gavalda @ 2 pm, Fr.Lib., Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/29 AFB: Les Contes de Hoffman @ 6:30 pm, French Library, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/29 Daniel-Bernard Roumain & Emeline Michel @ 7:30 pm, BAM, Brooklyn, NY(www.bam.org)
10/29 Emilie Simon @ 9:45 pm, The Cutting Room, NYC, NY (www.thecuttingroom.com)
10/29 Club francophone @ 7 pm, Public Library, North Kingston, RI (www.nklibrary.org)
10/30-1/04 Cirque du Soleil: Wintuk @ Madison Sq. Garden, NYC, NY (www.cirquedusoleil.com)
10/30-11/01 MAFLA: Fall Conference @ Sturbridge Host Hotel, Sturbridge, MA (www.mafla.org)
10/30 AFB: Cafe Philo: Derrida @ 6:30 pm, Goethe Institute, Boston, MA (www.frenchlib.org)
10/30 Marc-Andre Hamelin @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, NY (www.metmuseum.org)
10/31-11/12 Dorado Schmitt @ USA (www.dorado.schmitt.free.fr)
10/31 Jean-Marie Hummel & Liselotte Hamm @ MAFLA, Sturbridge, MA (www.lamanivelle.org)
10/31 Daniel-Bernard Roumain & Emeline Michel @ 7:30 pm, BAM, Brooklyn, NY(www.bam.org)