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Monday, March 31, 2014

Violinist James Ehnes Wins Two Juno Awards



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James Ehnes Takes Home Two JUNO Awards

Monday, March 31, 2014 - Violinist James Ehnes was a multiple-award winner at the 2014 JUNO Awards, held in Winnipeg in his home province of Manitoba on March 29 & 30. He won in both of the categories in which he was nominated: Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Classical for his double-disc recording Prokofiev: Complete Works for Violin (Chandos) and Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist(S) With Large Ensemble Accompaniment for his James Ehnes: Britten & Shostakovich: Violin Concertos (Onyx Classics).

The weekend’s haul brings James’s JUNO tally to nine and makes him the most JUNO-decorated classical artist. Performances with the Nashville Symphony precluded James from attending the event, but his heart was still at home:

I'm thrilled and honoured to have won Juno awards for these two projects that are both so close to my heart. I want to thank my wonderful and inspiring collaborators Andrew Armstrong, Amy Schwartz Moretti, Gianandrea Noseda, and Kirill Karabits as well as the amazing BBC Philharmonic and Bournemouth Symphony. I only wish I could be in my home province of Manitoba to celebrate! Winnipeg knows how to party, and from what I hear this Juno week has been one of the best ever. It certainly has been for me!”

James returns to Canada this week for recitals with his Prokofiev partner, pianist Andrew Armstrong, in Kelowna BC (March 31), Edmonton AB (April 2), London ON (April 4), and Saskatoon (April 6) before continuing on to Philadelphia for performances of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Gianandrea Noseda with whom he recorded both of the composer’s concertos. James then travels to Prague (Czech Republic), Aix-en-Provence (France), Stavanger (Norway), London and Birmingham (UK) before returning to North America for concerts with the New Jersey Symphony, San Diego’s Mainly Mozart Festival, and the Vancouver Symphony. In July, James is in Seattle to lead the summer music festival of the Seattle Chamber Music Society, where he is the Artistic Director.

James’s extensive discography of over 30 recordings features music ranging from J.S. Bach to John Adams. His new release is a CD of Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Mark Wigglesworth paired with Shostakovich’s String Quartets Nos. 7&8 with the Ehnes Quartet (Onyx Classics). Already available in the UK and Europe, the disc will be released in the US & Canada on April 8th.  In addition to his nine JUNOs, his recordings have been honoured with many international awards and prizes, including a Grammy and a Gramophone.
 
More information is available on
www.jamesehnes.com

 
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ShowOne Productions Celebrating Tenth Anniversary with Starry Lineup

SHOW ONE PRODUCTIONS
CELEBRATING TEN YEARS!

Tenth Anniversary Season includes
Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra;
Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky In Recital;
and The Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia with EUGENE ONEGIN

Show One Productions, founded in 2004 by Russian Impresario Svetlana Dvoretsky, is celebrating ten years of presenting internationally renowned artists, orchestras, dance companies and unique attractions in Toronto and across Canada. Beginning this spring, Show One will present a variety of special tenth anniversary performances, including the return of two of its favourite musical guests along with the Canadian premiere of a legendary theatre company.
“For 10 years, Show One Productions has been proudly presenting internationally acclaimed artists from around the world and from many different ethnic backgrounds with a variety of religious and political beliefs,” said Dvoretsky, “but when it comes to choosing our artists, we have only one consideration, the most important of all: artistic merit.”

Spivakov and the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra

In 2004, Show One’s first professional presentation featured Vladimir Spivakov and theMoscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra at the George Weston Recital Hall. Show One has presented Vladimir Spivakov on several occasions sinceto great acclaim and for standing-room only performances! Their return to Toronto, on Friday, May 9 at Roy Thomson Hall, marks Show One’s 10th anniversary as well as the Orchestra’s 35th anniversary. 

The ensemble, made up of the top-ranking soloists from the great orchestras of Russia, have set the gold standard for chamber music performance.  Vladimir Spivakov, an accomplished violinist as well, will lead the orchestra in a programme that includes repertoire from Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and the  master of Tango, Astor Piazzolla  “First-class string performers brought to perfection by Maestro Spivakov.”  The New York Times

Following the concert, the entire audience is invited to a lobby party celebrating ten years of Show One Productions, and featuring Daniela Nardi’s jazz-world project Espresso Manifesto.

Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky

One of the worlds greatest and most versatile opera stars, Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, makes his recital debut in Toronto with longtime partner, pianist Ivari Ilja, at the acoustically stunning Koerner Hall on Saturday, June 1 @ 7pm, with a repertoire that includes works by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Medtner and Liszt. “One of the most remarkable international vocal careers ever, his voice is redolent of luxury: beautiful tone, pinpoint intonation, elegant, and impassioned delivery,” The New York Times

For one exceptional night only, on Tuesday, June 10 at the Toronto Centre for the Arts, Show One Productions will present the Canadian premiere of the legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia with their award-winning, theatrical adaptation of EUGENE ONEGIN, Pushkin’s iconic Russian tale of unrequited love.  With a cast of 45, impressive set and costumes, and the music of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, this daring and stylish production has been called “Brilliant” by Le Monde, “Dazzling” by The Guardian, and is well on its way to establishing itself as modern masterpiece of theatre.

Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre's Eugene Onegin

Over the past decade, Svetlana Dvoretsky with Show One Productions has presented an eclectic line-up of illustrious artists who have enthralled and engaged audiences across Canada in the country’s greatest concert halls and houses including: Valery Gergiev with the Mariinsky Orchestra; John Malkovich in The Giacomo Variations; the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra with Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Belgian pop singer Lara Fabian in her long-awaited return to Canada; the Canadian premiere of clowning sensation Aga-Boom; and critically-acclaimed dance companies Les Ballets Trockaderos de Monte Carlo (US), Tango Fire (Argentina) Maria Pages Flamenco Company (Spain) and the Canadian debut of the St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet (Russia); to name only a few of their hundreds of shows.

The daughter of pianist Anetta Maizel and Dr. Michael Dvoretsky, Svetlana’s extensive exposure to a wide range of artists and musicians at a young age fuelled her passion for music and the arts. Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia, Svetlana moved to Toronto in 1998, founded Show One Productions in 2004 and is celebrating ten years of music and art in 2014.

“Throughout history, music and art have been a unifying force.  Show One will continue to bring you the world’s greatest performers who can celebrate, comfort and give expression to our emotions, and truly affect our deepest levels of humanity,” added Dvoretsky.  “We appreciate your kind support and interest in what we do.”

SHOW ONE PRODUCTIONS
Celebrating Ten Years!
Vladimir Spivakov and Moscow Virtuosi - 35th Anniversary Tour!
Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON
Friday, May 9, 2014 @ 8pm
Ticket prices range from $55-$125 and can be purchased by calling 416.872.4255
or online at RoyThomsonHall
For more info visit ShowOneProductions/Spivakov

Dmitri Hvorostovsky In Recital
Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto
Sunday, June 1, 2014 @ 7pm
(rescheduled from May 13, 2014)
Ticket prices range from $60-$150 and can be purchased by calling 416.408.0208
or online at Royal Conservatory
For more info visit ShowOneProductions/Hvorostovsky
Supported by BMO Financial Group

The Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia present
EUGENE ONEGIN
Performed in Russian with English Surtitles
Toronto Centre for the Arts, Main Stage
Tuesday, June 10, 2014  @ 7:30pm
Ticket prices range from $62-$158.75 and can by purchased by calling 1.855.985.2787
or online at Ticketmaster.ca 
For more info visit ShowOneProductions.ca/Onegin
Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia world tour is supported by
the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and VTB Bank

For more info visit ShowOneProductions.ca

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

St. Lawrence Choir announces new artistic director


25th March 2014 - Following an extensive search process, the St. Lawrence Choir is delighted to announce Philippe Bourque as its new Artistic Director.

Since 2006, upon completion of his studies in Choral Directing at McGill University under Julian Wachner, Philippe Bourque has gained vast experience in the choral world holding posts with the Chœur du Musée d’art de Joliette, Des Petits Chanteurs de la Cathédrale, McGill’s Simply Sweetly (now Les Muses Chorale) , Vincent d'Indy School of Music, and F.A.C.E. school.

Maestro Bourque currently holds positions as the choral director at Vanier College and music director of the protestant church of Terrebonne-Mascouche.
“We are delighted to welcome Philippe Bourque to the St. Lawrence Choir and look forward to this new chapter in the choir’s forty-two year history” states the choir’s president Tatjana Paul. “Philippe will be the choir’s fourth director since its creation in 1972 by Iwan Edwards and his appointment continues the tradition of having a highly experienced choral director at the helm”.
The St. Lawrence choir has already worked with Philippe Bourque on a number of occasions, including concert preparations for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra’s 75th Anniversary concert  directed by Kent Nagano (2009), the world première of La Terra Promessa by Robert Frederick Jones with Vanier College (2011), and as part of the Verdi Gala Festival Chorus at the Laundière International Music Festival for Jean-Marie Zeitouni (2013).
ST. LAWRENCE CHOIR
St. Lawrence choir is a 40-60 strong mixed-voice ensemble that performs music from all choral repertoires as well as contemporary works by Canadian and other composers. In addition to its subscription season concerts, the Choir is regularly invited to appear at the International Music Festival of Lanaudière. It has also worked on collaborative projects with the Cantata Singers Ottawa, the Montreal Choral Institute, Vanier College and the Chœur du Musée d’art de Joliette.
The Choir was formed in 1972 by Iwan Edwards. For almost 25 years, it appeared regularly with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal as the largest component of the MSO chorus and made numerous recordings with the symphony. After the retirement of maestro Edwards, the Choir was under the direction of Marika Kuzma during the 2007/08 season; she was succeeded by Michael Zaugg from 2008 to 2013. The current 2013-14 season sees a number of distinguished guest conductors working with the ensemble.

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Nine Young Opera Singers Advance to Final Round of the Met’s National Council Auditions,America’s Most Prestigious Vocal Competition

New York, NY (March 23, 2014) - Following this afternoon’s highly competitive semi-final competition, nine young singers will advance to the final phase of the Metropolitan Opera’s 2014 National Council Auditions, America’s most prestigious vocal competition. The selected finalists, chosen by a panel of experts from the classical music industry, will compete on the Met stage on Sunday, March 30 at the Grand Finals Concert, with winners receiving individual cash prizes of $15,000 and the prestigious—and potentially career-launching—title of National Council Auditions Winner. The Grand Finals Concert begins at 3 p.m. and will feature Marco Armiliato conducting the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra as each finalist performs two arias in contrasting styles. The concert will be hosted by tenor Lawrence Brownlee, a former National Council winner currently at the Met rehearsing for Bellini’s I Puritani. While the judges deliberate, another former winner, Susanna Phillips, who stars in three operas at the Met this season, will perform an aria from Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro. Tickets for the Grand Finals Concert may be purchased at the Met Box Office, by phone at 212-362-6000, or online at www.metopera.org.

   The Met Auditions, currently in their 61st year, are a major stepping stone to a career as an opera singer. 130 singers on the Met roster this season have participated in the Auditions, which were crucial in introducing many of today’s best-known stars, such as Stephanie Blythe, Renée Fleming, Susan Graham, Thomas Hampson, and Deborah Voigt. In 2007, the National Council Audition process was captured in an acclaimed documentary, The Audition, which was released on DVD and aired on PBS, including a rebroadcast on WNET in December 2013.

  The 2014 finalists, the regions they represent in the competition, and their hometowns are: Julie Adams, 26, soprano (Western Region: Burbank, CA); Patrick Guetti, 27, bass (Middle Atlantic Region: Highland Park, NJ); Nicole Haslett, 26, soprano (Northwest Region: Mt. Laurel, NJ); Ao Li, 26, bass-baritone (Rocky Mountain Region: Dezhou, China, currently living in San Francisco, CA); Yi Li, 30, tenor (Middle Atlantic Region: Jinan, China, currently living in Silver Spring, MD); Christopher Lowrey, 30, countertenor (New England Region: Johnston, RI); Rafael Moras, 27, tenor (Gulf Coast Region: San Antonio, TX); Rexford Tester, 24, tenor (Middle Atlantic Region: Tazewell, VA); Amanda Woodbury, 26, soprano (Western Region: Crestwood, KY).

   Each finalist will be competing for an individual cash prize of $15,000 each at the Grand Finals Concert. Even more important than the prize money is the contestants’ opportunity to perform with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra on the historic opera house stage before an audience that will include opera company executives, artist managers, music critics, and other opinion-makers of the music world.

  On Tuesday, April 1 at 7 p.m., this year’s newly selected winners will perform a concert of varied operatic repertory at The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WQXR 105.9, New York City’s all-classical station. They will be joined by Met star and former National Council winner, soprano Deborah Voigt. The event will be broadcast live on WQXR and there will be a live video webcast on both www.wqxr.org and www.thegreenespace.org; for more information, please visit www.thegreenespace.org.

  The regional winners were chosen from nearly 1,500 singers who participated in auditions held in 40 districts and 13 regions throughout the United States and Canada, sponsored by the Metropolitan Opera National Council and administered by National Council members and hundreds of volunteers from across the country. Given the reach of the auditions, the number of applicants, and the program’s long tradition, the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions are considered the most prestigious in North America for singers seeking to launch an operatic career. This year’s Grand Finals concert will be dedicated to the memory of Howard Hook, the co-founder of the National Council, who died in December 2013. 

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

San Diego Opera to cease operations after 2014 season


SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Opera (Opera) will wind down operations upon the conclusion of its final performance of Don Quixote of the 2014 Season on April 13, according to Opera General & Artistic Director, CEO Ian D. Campbell. The sold-out performance of the Verdi Requiem will be performed tomorrow night as planned.

“After nearly 50 years as a San Diego cultural cornerstone providing world-class performances, we saw we faced an insurmountable financial hurdle going forward,” Campbell explained.  “We had a choice of winding down with dignity and grace, making every effort to fulfill our financial obligations, or inevitably entering bankruptcy, as have several other opera companies.

“Our Board voted today to take the first choice.   We will begin winding down operations after the last performance of Don Quixote on Sunday, April 13,” he added.  “After that, it will take an indeterminate period of time to complete that process.”

Board Chair Karen S. Cohn described it as a heart-wrenching, but unavoidable decision.  “After 28 consecutive years of balanced budgets, it was clear that we could not continue.  In spite of excellent financial management, the Opera faced increasingly higher ticket-sale and fund-raising hurdles.”

The Opera, ranked among the top 10 opera companies in the nation by Opera America, and one of 13 Cornerstone Arts Organizations by the James Irving Foundation, exemplified product quality.  The U-T San Diego arts writer James Chute recently wrote, “If you had to identify a single opera that embodied the values and aspirations of the San Diego Opera, you’d have to point to its exceptional production of Verdi’s A Masked Ball.”

But both the patron base and donor base for opera companies are diminishing.  San Diego Opera is not an isolated example.  Other opera companies that have gone out of business include the New York City Opera, Opera Boston, Opera Cleveland, Baltimore Opera, San Antonio Opera and, closer to home, Lyric Opera San Diego and Opera Pacific in Orange County, CA.

The Opera will stage one performance of Verdi’s Requiem March 20, and four performances of Massenet’s Don Quixote April 5, 8, 11 and 13 before ceasing operations.

“Although it is a sad day for San Diego culturally, we have to thank everyone who supported us for nearly 50 years,” Campbell added.  “It is better to go out with dignity, on a high note with heads held high than to slip into the night, leaving creditors and community in the lurch.”

The Opera originated as the San Diego Opera Guild in 1950.  The San Diego Opera Association was incorporated in 1965, and current General & Artistic Director, CEO Ian D. Campbell was hired from the Metropolitan Opera in 1983.

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Friday, March 14, 2014

The Metropolitain Opera, 20 Young Opera Singers Advance to Semi-Final Round of National Council Auditions

New York, NY (March 13, 2014) Twenty young opera singers who have won regional competitions around the United States will arrive in New York next week to prepare for the next phase of the country’s leading vocal competition: the semi-final round of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. The closed semi-final competition, held on the Met stage before a panel of judges, will determine the select group of finalists who will advance to the final round of the competition. Those finalists will return to the Met to perform in the Grand Finals Concert on Sunday, March 30 at 3 p.m., where each will perform two arias with conductor Marco Armiliato and the Met Orchestra. At the end of the concert, winners will be announced, each of whom will receive an individual cash prize of $15,000 and, more importantly, career-making exposure. The Met Auditions, currently in their 61st year, are a major stepping stone to a career as an opera singer and were crucial in introducing many of today’s best-known stars, such as Renée Fleming, Susan Graham, Thomas Hampson, Deborah Voigt, and Dolora Zajick. In 2007, the National Council Audition process was captured in an acclaimed documentary, The Audition, which was released on DVD and aired on PBS, including a rebroadcast on WNET in December 2013.
The 2014 semi-finalists, the regions they will represent in the competition, and their hometowns are: Julie Adams, soprano (Western Region: Burbank, CA); Viktor Antipenko, tenor (Eastern Region: St. Petersburg, Russia, currently living in New York, NY); Jennifer Cherest, soprano (Southeast Region: La Plata, MD); Natalie Cummings, soprano (Gulf Coast Region: Lakeway, TX); Alex John DeSocio, baritone (Midwest Region: Wichita, KS); Patrick Guetti, bass (Middle Atlantic Region: Highland Park, NJ); Nicole Haslett, soprano (Northwest Region: Mt. Laurel, NJ); John Kapusta, tenor (Eastern Region: Wappingers Falls, NY); Ao Li, bass-baritone (Rocky Mountain Region: Dezhou, China, currently living in San Francisco, CA); Yi Li, tenor (Middle Atlantic Region: Jinan, China, currently living in Silver Spring, MD); Christopher Lowrey, countertenor (New England Region: Johnston, RI); Rafael Moras, tenor (Gulf Coast Region: San Antonio, TX); Scott Russell, bass (Eastern Region: Roanoke, VA); Sofia Selowsky, mezzo-soprano (Central Region: Bethesda, MD); Diego Silva, tenor (Great Lakes Region: Mexico City, Mexico); Dane Suarez, tenor (Mid-South Region: Princeton, IL); Lida Szkwarek, soprano (Upper Midwest Region: Winnipeg, Manitoba); Rexford Tester, tenor (Middle Atlantic Region: Tazewell, VA); Sarah Tucker, soprano (Rocky Mountain Region: Houston, TX); Amanda Woodbury, soprano (Western Region: Crestwood, KY).
The semi-finalists arrive at the Met on Thursday, March 20 to rehearse with the company’s music staff in preparation for the semi-finals competition on Sunday, March 23. The winners of that event will go on to sing in the Grand Finals Concert accompanied on Sunday, March 30 at 3 p.m. The finalists will have a week of preparation with Met musical and dramatic coaches to prepare for the Concert, which is open to the public. Tickets for the Grand Finals Concert may be purchased at the Met Box Office, by phone at 212-362-6000, or online at www.metopera.org.
The finalists, between the ages of 20 and 30, will be competing for individual cash prizes of $15,000 each at the Grand Finals Concert. Even more important than the prize money is the contestants’ opportunity to perform with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra on the historic opera house stage before an audience that will include opera company executives, artist managers, music critics, and other opinion-makers of the music world.
On Tuesday, April 1 at 7 p.m., this year’s newly selected winners will perform a concert of varied operatic repertory at The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WQXR 105.9, New York City’s all-classical station. They will be joined by a Met star and former National Council winner, soprano Deborah Voigt. The event will be broadcast live on WQXR and there will be a live video webcast on both www.wqxr.org and www.thegreenespace.org; for more information, please visit www.thegreenespace.org.
The regional winners were chosen from nearly 1500 singers who participated in the auditions held in 40 districts and 13 regions throughout the United States and Canada, sponsored by the Metropolitan Opera National Council and administered by National Council members and hundreds of volunteers from across the country. Given the reach of the auditions, the number of applicants, and the program’s long tradition, the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions are considered the most prestigious in North America for singers seeking to launch an operatic career. This year’s Grand Finals concert will be dedicated to the memory of Howard Hook, the co-founder of the National Council, who passed away in December 2013.

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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Montréal, métropole culturelle célèbre les succès de 2013 et anticipe avec enthousiasme les perspectives de 2017

Montréal, le 28 février 2014 – Réunis pour la première fois cette année, les membres du Comité de pilotage de Montréal, métropole culturelle se sont entendus aujourd’hui sur les étapes à franchir au cours de la prochaine année pour atteindre les objectifs énoncés dans le Plan d’action 2007-2017.

À la sortie de la rencontre de travail, le président du Comité de pilotage, M. Simon Brault a souligné que
 « l’alliance sans précédent formée en 2007 est toujours présente et plus forte que jamais. Les élus et dirigeants de la Ville de Montréal, des gouvernements du Québec et du Canada, de la Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain et de Culture Montréal continuent à œuvrer dans un esprit de concertation inégalé. La volonté et la détermination de tous nous assurent d’atteindre notre objectif commun de faire de Montréal une métropole culturelle qui rayonne internationalement. J’ai la conviction que cette impulsion se poursuivra et se cristallisera encore plus intensément dans la mise en œuvre du Plan d’action qui nous conduit vers 2017, année hautement symbolique pour Montréal. » 

Également présents au lancement de la publication Coup d’œil 2013, les membres du Comité de pilotage ont souligné les principales réalisations culturelles de la récente année, qui rapprochent Montréal de son objectif de célébrer en 2017 une grande métropole culturelle créative, accessible, mémorable, solidaire, rayonnante et ouverte, une métropole culturelle résiliente et capable de se renouveler constamment.

« Témoin du cheminement et du dynamisme de Montréal, le Coup d’œil met en évidence 135 projets qui nous transportent vers la concrétisation pour Montréal du statut de métropole culturelle d’envergure internationale. Les nombreux succès de 2013 incarnent admirablement la vision partagée qui anime les milieux culturels, d’affaires et tous ceux qui bâtissent Montréal chaque jour. Nous pouvons être collectivement fiers de ces réalisations », a ajouté M. Brault.

Rappelons que les Rendez-vous – Montréal, métropole culturelle, tenus en 2007 et 2012, ont contribué à enrichir le Plan d’action 2007-2017 – Montréal métropole culturelle. À ces deux rencontres, les multiples forces qui façonnent le développement artistique, culturel, économique, social et démocratique de Montréal ont exprimé leurs attentes, leurs interrogations et surtout leurs ambitions pour la métropole.

À propos du Comité de pilotage – Montréal, métropole culturelle 
Le Comité de pilotage est composé de M. Denis Coderre, maire de Montréal, M. Simon Brault, président du Comité de pilotage, président de Culture Montréal, Mme Manon Gauthier, membre du comité exécutif responsable de la culture, du patrimoine, du design, d’Espace pour la vie et du statut de la femme, Mme Diane Giard, première vice-présidente à la direction, Particuliers et Entreprises, Banque Nationale du Canada, M. Maka Kotto, ministre de la Culture et des Communications, M. Michel Leblanc, président et chef de la direction de la Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain, M. Jean-François Lisée, ministre des Relations internationales, de la Francophonie et du Commerce extérieur et ministre responsable de la région de Montréal, l’honorable Shelly Glover, ministre du Patrimoine canadien et des Langues officielles, l’honorable Denis Lebel, ministre de l’Infrastructure, des Collectivités et des Affaires intergouvernementales et ministre de l’Agence de développement économique du Canada pour les régions du Québec et de M. Alexandre Taillefer, associé principal, XPND Capital.

Mme Manuela Goya agit à titre de secrétaire générale du Comité de pilotage de Montréal, métropole culturelle.

Pour consulter le Coup d’œil 2013 en ligne : montrealmetropoleculturelle.org


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