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Event Archive - Concert Pacifique en Chanson 2016 & CCAFCB 20th anniversary: Eléa Saunier, Frédéric Etanchaud, Pascale Goodrich-Black, Sophie Villeneuve

Sat. June 11th 2016 Waterfront Theatre (All Ages)
8:00 - 10:00 doors at 7:30
$15 for early birds, $20after May 31st
Tickets at:
Presented by: CCAFCB
Pacifique en chanson is a major concert and an incredible show, covering Western Canada !

Come and immerse yourself in the music and discover the world of francophone songs. Discover the rising talents of BC and Yukon, competing and giving their best on their way to Chant'Ouest and then the Granby International Song Festival.


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Eléa Saunier

Éléa Saunier is a young singer-songwriter artist based in British Columbia since 2011 and is in Grade 12 at Jules Verne school. Born in Reunion Island (fr) from musicians and travellers parents, Éléa has stepped in musical and creative world since childhood. She began writing her own songs at the age of 14 and has given many concerts and perfor... more info

Frédéric Etanchaud (Folk)

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After playing and teaching the guitar in Paris for 10 years, Fred Etanchaud came to Vancouver with his artistic double: Cid Lambertine. The singing poet evoques the 30 Crisis, the desire for the Elsewhere and nostalgic love stories of the Y Generation. A great and warm folk mix, between Nino Ferrer, Jon Spencer and Yves Duteil. more info

Pascale Goodrich-Black

Pascale Goodrich-Black has been singing and writing her whole life. As a teenager she discovered how powerful and cathartic music could be and started singing to pour out all of the emotions and experiences that overwhelmed her. Having sung gospel and jazz music for years, Pascale is also greatly inspired by roots and bluegrass music. This proje... more info

Sophie Villeneuve (Folk)

Originally from La Tuque, Quebec, Sophie is writter-singer. In French or in English, she like to use a variety of instrument. She mixes the guitar, the ukulele, the piano, the harmonica and the trumpet. After starting in Whitehorse with "Open mic" events, she joins Yukon Women in Music. Alonside her performances, Sophie goes on with song writing.... more info