Vox Aeterna est une entreprise à but non lucratif qui soutient les arts de la scène dans la communauté dont le Festival de la Voix qui se tiendra du 21 mars au 29 mars quand l'ouest de l'île de Montréal, soit à Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire et Dorval. Pour sa 4e saison, Le Festival propose 6 concerts et 5 ateliers. Chaque hiver, le Festival invite les chanteurs de tous les âges et de tous les niveaux de compétence à se réunir afin d'explorer et de développer leurs propres talents, ainsi que de découvrir des chanteurs et des musiques de différents genres, comme le chant lyrique en passant par le jazz, le folkolre, le chant choral, les musique du monde, la musique canadienne et québécoise.

Coming events

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25/03/2017 @ 8:00 pm – 9:45 pm – Come out to Rock ‘n Roll with the big up and comers: MADE THEM LIONS (MTL) with great vocals by Opening for MTL are two great young West Island singers  Julie Fournier and Carli Moralejo  

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26/03/2017 @ 4:00 pm – 5:45 pm – Four diverse and remarkable choirs will sing from Renaissance to Retro! Four diverse and remarkable choirs will sing from Renaissance to Retro! Festival de la Voix is thrilled to present: Ensemble vocal Sainte-Anne Singers CBC Competition Winners Neptune 8 fabulous voices sing Bach to the Beatles Kamala Youth Choir an award winning ensemble from North […]

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25/03/2017 @ 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm – Festival de la Voix honours our Senior Citizens in a concert of songs with Great lyrics and memorable melodies! Starring:  The Island City Chorus – barbershop at its best! Quavaria Vocal Quartet Fiddler Jason Biem with pianist Sandra Biem Back by popular demand:  RCMP & son Brad Hampson, OPP And: Generations Big Band conducted by […]

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21/03/2017 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm – Connie Kaldor is a Juno Award-winning singer whose original songs embrace elements of gospel, rock, country and western, folk, blue grass and adult contemporary. An unforgettable entertainer, what Connie says between songs is as intriguing as the lyrics she sings. She has traveled prairie backroads to visit modest community centers and sold out concert halls […]