Category Archives : News


New Cancellations…

Concert/Guitar 2.0
Unfortunately, given the current context, November’s Concert/Guitar 2.0 will be canceled. The amount of people permitted in gatherings and a remarkable reduction in participants force us to cancel.

 
Members Report
The members report, a yearly retrospective, will not be published for the first time in our existance. Many activities of the SGCM have been suspended to comply with government guidelines.
 
Administration Council Meeting and General Meeting
The last council meeting and the upcoming general meeting will be held on the Zoom platform. The dates and times will be communicated shortly.
 
Guitar Friends
Even in the situation of a pandemic, we are still in need of Guitar Friends. We kindly invite you to fill the adhesion form, found here (in French).
 

Thank you for your support!
 
Arthur L. Ganhadeiro
President of the Administration Council of the SGCM


Cancellation of April 26th Concert/Guitar 2.0

Hi,

Starting from March 12th 2020, Québec’s government ordered the cancellation, for a period of 30 days, of all indoor gatherings of 250+ people, or unnecessary gatherings.

Moreover, we received orders from Québec City administration that asks for closing indoor and outdoor equipment.

As an organizer, we are conforming to the government directives that aim at limiting the propagation of the coronavirus (COVID-19). As a consequence, April’s guitar concert is canceled.

To follow the evolution of the situation, please refer to Québec City’s website regarding COVID-19.

Have a nice day,

Arthur L. Ganhadeiro,
President of the administration council of the Société de guitare Claude McKinnon


Launch of the “NAVIRES” collection

The SGCM and Éditions Geneviève present

Sunday April 14th 2019 at 14h00 at Maizeraits domain in Québec City, the launch of a new musical pieces collection for solo guitar, NAVIRES by Claude McKinnon.

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A special collaboration of the Société historique de Québec.

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M. Jean-François Caron, historian and council member of the SHQ will present the pieces in a historical fashion.

Important: participation to this event is by invitation only.