Song, dance and humor in the spotlight in ROSEQ's summer program

Song, dance and humor in the spotlight in the ROSEQ summer program

This year, the spokesperson for the ROSEQ Summer Network is Jorane.

Song, dance and humor will be put forward by some thirty artists during the 205 shows presented in Eastern Quebec, on the occasion of the Summer Network of the Network of Show Organizers of Eastern Quebec (ROSEQ).

Unveiled on Wednesday morning in Saint-Fabien, the Réseau d'été program offers intimate shows to the citizens of Eastern Quebec.

< p class="e-p">Artists such as Gaspésien Alan Côté, Innu artist Kanen, humorist Guillaume Pineault, Radio-Canada revelation Noé Lira and Réseau d'été spokesperson Jorane are on the lineup.

According to Jorane, the shows offered by ROSEQ are of particular importance to the various artists who make up the program.

I somewhat compare this network to the Compostela route of Quebec artists. To walk from village to village, then to go and discover each place and to let yourself be impregnated also by nature. It is a contemplative mode, a relax mode that is offered to us by sharing our art. It's really a godsend, says the spokesperson for the 2023 Summer Network.

ROSEQ Summer Network 2023 spokesperson Jorane will present a stripped down version of her show “Hemenetset” during the summer season. (File photo)

Jorane, ROSEQ spokesperson, performing in our studio


Jorane, ROSEQ spokesperson, performing in our studio. 17-minute audio content, ICI Première broadcast. Listen to the audio.

New this year, the ROSEQ will offer three family dance shows thanks to a partnership with La danse sur les routes. This addition is intended to stimulate interest in this artistic discipline.

With this line-up, ROSEQ General Manager Frédéric Lagacé is hopeful of once again attracting large indoor audiences, a trend that was observed last ;last fall.

“For us, this is a real return to regular programming. »

— Frédéric Lagacé, General Manager of ROSEQ

The general manager of ROSEQ, Frédéric Lagacé

There is a gradual return of the public to cinemas. We were not far from our usual attendance standards. There, we feel that our curve is still on the rise. The year 2023 marks a real return to regularity for us, both in the volume of broadcasts, shows, artists and number of broadcasters, says the latter.

This summer, 36 artists will perform in 25 different locations, from Péribonka, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine.

With information from Xavier Lacroix