On Friday, August 2, at 8:30 p.m., enjoy the lovely atmosphere of your favorite English-language library during a night of theatre, literature, and music!
On the menu, a short, surprise performance from our partners at the Quebec Art Company, followed by a special mise en scène of theatrical readings by Erick Daignault.
As the main course, Ghostly Kisses will perform an intimate concert, envelopping is with their soft, dreamy melodies.
Exceptionnally, the library will stay accessible until midnight for a late night cocktail!
Margaux Sauvé, better known as Ghostly Kisses, is a singer, songwriter, and violinist from Quebec. She began to play the violin at the tender age of 5, following in the footsteps of her family of musicians. It was only years later, when her roommate brought a keyboard to their apartment, that she started to sing. Like a well-kept secret, she silently created her first compositions in solitude. A few months later she met Dragos Chiriac (Men I Trust), and together they brought Ghostly Kisses first songs into being. The name ‘Ghostly Kisses’ was inspired by reading William Faulkner’s poem ‘Une ballade des dames perdues’, and seemed to beautifully capture Margaux’s ethereal voice.