Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme wins first place of the Canadian Music Competition

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Congratulations to Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme, 14 years old!

During the finals of the national Canadian Music Competition that was held June 27th in Studio Assuraction Pepin Assurance at Desjardins arts house in Drummondville, Jean-Victor obtained a grade of 90%, and obtained a gold medal (1st place)!. He presented Serenade for Guitar and Strings of Arnold Malcolm, in an arrangement for guitar and piano. The pianist was Esther Bureau.

Jean-Victor is a student in the class of Daniel Langlois. Congratulations Jean-Victor!


A great experience for Frédéric Jacques

Saturday, June 18th 2016, was held the Peace in the Field festival, at Ste-Sabine in the Bellechasse county. Frédéric performed in a classical guitar concert during the afternoon. His program was composed of pieces of Robert Jonhson, Johann Sebastian Bach, Mattéo Carcassi, Francisco Tarrega, Maximo-Diego Pujol and Claude Mckinnon. He liked his experience. The public enjoyed, and Frédéric was asked to come back next year!

To be continued… Congratulations Frédéric!


Canadian Music Competition

Congratulations to Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme, from Daniel Langlois’ class!

May 19th 2016, the provincial finals of the competition were held at Université du Québec à Montréal. Jean-Victor obtained a mean grade of 85.16%, and qualifies to the national finals, which will be held at Drummundville in June. Here are the presented pieces:«Prélude, Sarabande et Gigue»  of the Suite in D major of Jean-Sebastien Bach, and «Sept Étoiles» suite of Claude McKinnon.

During the finals, Jean-Victor will present « Sérénade » of Malcolm Arnold.

 

Good luck Jean-Victor!


Concert / Guitar 2.0 – Scholarships

During April 24th’s Concert / Guitare 2.0 in the proceedings of its 35th foundation anniversaty, the SGCM gave two $100 scholarships.

The winners of the random draw are Fabrice Fecteau-Tremblay (10 years old) from the class of Daniel Langlois in Beauceville, and Paul Caron-Plaisance (13 years old) of the class of Lise Lavoie, from Québec.

Congratulations to the winners!


New music championships results

Clermont-Pépin Festival 2016

Congratulations to Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme (14 years old)!

Qualifications : Saturday, May 14th, 2016

Saint-Georges High School, 2121, 119th street, Saint-Georges

In the Provincial category : Classical and Popular brio

Jean-Victor obtained a grade of 95.75% and access the finals of the festival. He presented a Jitter of Johann Sebastian Bach, and “Sept Étoiles” of Claude McKinnon..

Finalists’ Gala : Sunday, May 15th, 2016

Saint-Georges High School, 2121, 119th street, Saint-Georges

In the Provincial category : Classical and Popular brio

Jean Victor ranked in 1st place with a grade of 95%. He obtained a250.00$ scholarship. He presented the piece “Sept Étoiles” of Claude McKinnon.

Class of : Daniel Langlois

 

Music Competition of the Capital 2016 – Finals

Congratulations to Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme (14 years old)!

In the finals of the competition that held May 14th at Collège Jésus-Marie de Sillery.

Jean-Victor participated to the TD Bank Group Cup – Instrumental and classical singing 6 to 16 years old – challenge class. He ranked in 3rd place and obtained a scholarship of 50.00$. He presented “Prelude in E minor” of Heitor Villa-Lobos.

Class of : Daniel Langlois


Music Competition of the Capital 2016

We congratulate Noé Brivot (10 years old) and Jean-Victor Paris-Laflamme (14 years old), for their participation of the Music Competition of the Capital 2016, which was held Sunday, April 29th at Collège Jésus-Marie de Sillery.

Noé competed on the instrumental category, 9 to 18 years old, regular class and challenge. He obtained a grade of 88.25% and a silver medal. He presented two pieces : «Écossaise» of Mauro Giuliani and «Étude en Mi mineur» of Ferdinando Carulli.

Congratulations to you Noé, and to your professor Guylaine Beaulieu!

 

Jean-Victor also competed on the instrumental category, 9 to 18 years old, regular class and challenge. He obtained a grade of 90.50% and he will participate to the championship finals, for a second year in a row. He presented the following pieces: «Prélude, Sarabande et Gigue»  of the Suite in D major of Jean-Sebastien Bach, and «Prelude no. 1» of Heitor Villa-Lobos.

Congratulations to you Jean-Victor, and to your professor Daniel Langlois!