The next Mercredimusics will host Joane Hétu (alto saxophone and voice), Mélanie Ladouceur (video), Lévy Bourbonnais (harmonica) and Jean René (alto violin) on April 7, 2010 at the Casa Obscura in Montréal.
The next Mercredimusics brings together Lori Freedman (clarinet), Guido Del Fabbro (violin) Jean René (alto violin), Rainer Wiens (guitar, kalimba) and <Ziya Tabassian (percussion) on November 11, 2009 at Casa Obscura in Montréal.
Josh Zubot, Jean René, Brad Barr, Lori Freedman and Joe Grass will be at Le Cagibi on Tuesday October 27, 2009. Mardi Spaghetti is a weekly series for creative music in Montréal. Leaning heavily on improvisation, each Tuesday at Le Cagibi features musicians and artists from the worlds of new music, jazz, noise, rock, sound art, dance, musique actuelle, early music, and more.
On June 20, 2009 at Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur, don’t miss the live performances of DAME artists Les Tourneurs with Philippe Lauzier, Jean René and Thom Gossage at 8 pm and Steppe at 9:30 pm. Then, at 10 pm, Pierre St-Jak’s Quartet Off/On with Claude Vendette, Jean Derome, Normand Guilbeault and Pierre Tanguay will be at Dièse onze.
Malcolm Goldstein and Rainer Wiens, as well as Joshua Zubot, Jean René and Rémy Bélanger de Beauport will be at Le Cagibi on Tuesday April 14, 2009, as part of the Mardi spaghetti weekly series for creative music, now in its second year.
Saxophonist Philippe Lauzier, drummer Thom Gossage and violist Jean René will be in residence at L’Arsenal in Metz (France) with choreographer Isabelle van Grimde for her new work Les chemins de traverse. The premiere will take place on February 25, 2009, at the Schouwburg Theater in Arnhem (The Netherlands) followed by four concerts from March 3 to 6 at L’Arsenal.