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Répercussion in concert: featured guest artists of three Canadian symphony orchestras!


Montreal, October 12, 2001 : Following appearances with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Répercussion will be the featured guest soloists with three Quebec symphony orchestras this fall:

L'Orchestre symphonique de Trois-Rivieres will present the group on October 22 and 23rd, 2001 at the J.A Thompson Hall in Trois-Rivieres. This same concert will be repeated on October 24th at the Centre des Arts in Shawinigan. L'Orchestre symphonique de la Montérégie will feature Répercussion on December 2nd in Longueuil. This same concert will be performed on December 8th, in Marieville and on December 16th in Laprairie. The Quebec Symphony Orchestra will perform with Répercussion in Salle Louis-Frechette concert hall in Quebec City on December 14 and 15. The featured piece on this tour will be "A Celebration for Five Continents" composed for Répercussion by Montreal composer, Yves Lapierre. This is a five movement piece featuring elements of world music - from Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and South America.

Répercussion, a globe-trotting percussion quartet, consisting of Luc Langlois, Robert Lépine, Aldo Mazza, and Chantal Simard is most reknown for their successful and rare combination of virtuoso interpretations and theatrical performances. Since its beginning in 1974, the group has completed three world tours and performed over 2,200 concerts in some of the most prestigious venues and festivals around the world including the Hong Kong Arts Festival, Expo'86 (Vancouver), Expo '92 (Seville), Toronto's Roy Thompson Hall, Teatro Nacional (Costa Rica), and the Montreal Jazz Festival.

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