On Friday, August 21st, the Morrin Centre YouTube channel will reveal, as a premiere, a 45 minutes concert with Valérie Clio, followed by a short video by the Quebec painter Julie Freedom.
7:00 p.m.: Concert with Valérie Clio
|Four years after the publication of her first album “My First Blues,” Valérie Clio carves herself a place of choice in Ariane Moffat’s team during the first edition of “La Voix.” Two years later, she presents the album “L’autre Nous,” which includes the excerpts “M. Le Vendeur” and “Mieux que parfait,” which rapidly appear on Quebec radios. Valérie Clio also borrows Carla Bruni’s success “Quelqu’un m’a dit” and receives praises from Carla Bruni for the ingenuity of her interpretation. Currently in the works, Valérie Clio’s third album “#LeMouvement” will talk of love, differences and self-assertion while attempting to leave a legacy for future generations. The songs “Le Nord” and “Les nuits blanches” are already available online.|
7:45 p.m.: Presentation of Julie Freedom [Watch the presentation]
Julie Freedom’s visual universe explores the relationship between humans and nature, drawing on the intimate and the universal found within each individual. Her creative process rests on her frequent forest walks, where she finds inspiration in fauna and flora. Her paintings aim to translate the sacred and fragile link between human and nature.
Julie “Freedom” Laliberté was born in the Lotbinière region and currently resides in Quebec City. After 8 years as a High School art teacher, she now devotes herself full-time to her own art.