By Brooke Ward - The Northern View Published: October 28, 2008 11:00 PM
The average age of concert goers was probably not even in the double digits, but the members of Quebec’s Le Part du Queteux faced a warm reception nonetheless from the audience that greeted them on October 25 at the Lester Centre of the Arts.
École Baker elementary school gym rocked with the music of La Part du Quêteux Thursday. Canadian Parents for French brought the B.C. and Yukon tour of Bilingualism Rocks to Quesnel to bring young Canadians together in cultural celebrations in smaller communities.
By Brooke Ward - The Northern View Published: October 21, 2008 11:00 PM
Prince Rupert’s elementary and secondary school students often have the pleasure of a full slate of multi-cultural performances throughout an academic year, but this weekend the offer to experience some live traditional Quebec folk music is being extended to the entire community as the Prince Rupert chapter of Canadian Parents for French hosts “Le Part du Queteux” as part of the Bilingualism Rocks Tour.
By Monica Lamb-Yorski The Daily News Friday, October 24, 2008
The toe tapping sounds of Quebec will fill the Lester Centre of the Arts, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. when the musical quartet, Le Part du Queteux (pictured), delivers a free concert, compliments of the local chapter of the Canadian Parents For French.