September Means Music and Fall Colours at Tremblant, Québec

August 21st, 2018
September Means Music and Fall Colours at Tremblant, Québec
Summer is still going full swing at Tremblant where the warm weather often lingers into early fall, as nature slowly takes on its glorious fall palette. Among this month’s must-dos and must-attends: A free concert courtesy of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and its famous conductor Kent Nagano, plus a string of family-friendly activities including Tonga Lumina – the exciting night walk created by Moment Factory – the scenic gondola, hiking, cycling, water sport rentals, luging, golf, Ziptrek Ecotours and so much more! 9788032605_b981158210_o_SML.jpg Here’s a quick preview of what to expect next month: August 30 ‒ September 3 – La Fête de la Musique de Tremblant with Angèle Dubeau  The 20th edition of this ever-popular music festival begins the Thursday night, under the artistic direction of renowned violinist Angèle Dubeau, with over 30 free concerts to attend. Featuring emerging virtuosos as well as acclaimed artists, it includes performances by the MSO with conductor Kent ... read more
Source: on 2018-08-21By bea




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