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Check out 27 things to do in Montreal this November. Do you love dance, music, raves, yoga, or all of the above? Wednesday to Sunday, 12 pm Where: Escape the city and surround yourself with wilderness. Ten soloists who got their start in competitions Danny Riley, 10th November.
Lee placing third was also much-debated among the cognoscenti, though one must admit that he displayed progress going from the semi-final to the final, and a flawless rendition of arias like "Ah! Though not appearing to be in best shape in the finale, he won the Oratorio prize. Along with Haji and singing similar repertory , Mario Bahg from South Korea was a favourite; he kept his cool in the final and impressed with sweet timbre and perfect diction that made arias like "Salut!
Demeure chaste et pure" special. After the gala, he remained humble, saying that having learnt so much in this competition is what matters most to him. When asked why she was the only woman in the finale, she said that women have to meet higher expectations. At the tender age of 23, her career is already in the fast lane.
The intensity with which he sings these arias gave you a good idea of his talent for Lieder, and of how far his charisma and intelligence in putting together programmes will bring him.
By Snapdragon , 20 June Behind the stage at the aria final. Not just one but four: Noriko Ogawa talks about musicianship Nahoko Gotoh, 15th November. Ten soloists who got their start in competitions Danny Riley, 10th November. Music competitions can be a useful step for any young musician on the road to greatness.
Here, we look at major stars who entered competitions at the start of their careers. Wenn Wiener Repertoireabende zur Sensation werden: La traviata mit Albina Shagimuratova. Max und die schrägen Vögel: Der Freischütz an der Wiener Staatsoper. McGill University, Leacock There will be a whole gourmet foods section selling everything from French macarons and candy to olive oil and popcorn.
November December 6 Where: Geekfest is coming to Montreal! College de Maisonneuve, Rue Sherbrooke E. Located near Olympic Stadium, this is your chance to discover cat-loving artists, browse hundreds of cat-inspired gifts and goodies, and participate in cat-themed activities.
They will even have celebrity cats on-site for you to play with. Centre Pierre Charbonneau, Rue Viau. The show ultimately traces the Nintendo phenomenon, highlighting the past, present, and future of the gaming institution.
Monday to Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 11 am-5 pm Where: A photo posted by Moushi moushiofficial on Oct 25, at 3: When it comes to trendy foods , Montreal is king. Where can you find this mighty meal? None other than Moushi. Moushi is a Japanese eatery on Decarie serving up exactly 8 items.
Monday to Saturday 11 am-8 pm, Sunday 11 am-4 pm Where: The Montreal Vegan Festival is back for the third year in a row! This means that Bonsecours Market will be filled once again with stalls upon stalls of delicious vegan goodies.
November 5 to November 6 Where: Over the course of the mid-November weekend, more than vendors will gather to promote all kinds of printed matter. Vendors hail from Canada, the United States, and even Europe. Starting on November 3rd and ending on November 13th, Restaurant Week will allow Montrealers to get a taste of some of the best dishes Montreal has to offer at a serious discount.
Calling all classical music lovers! The Montreal Bach Festival returns for the 10th year in a row. In honour of the great composer, Johann Sebastian Bach, the Bach Festival attracts some of the greatest artists in the world.
The Bach Festival will be happening over a two-week period from November 18th until December 4th. During this time, there will be 12 conferences, , visitors, and concerts held in 36 different venues. Nov Dec 4 Where: Festival de Films Francophone presents Cinemania. From November 3rd until November 13th, this Francophone film festival will be taking over the historic Imperial Cinema for 10 full days of movie screenings.
The highest quality French films are selected each year, some of which feature the greatest names in French cinema, and others that feature up-and-coming actors and actresses. Imperial Cinema, Rue de Bleury. Do you love dance, music, raves, yoga, or all of the above? The travelling tour will be in Montreal on November 19th and 20th to bring you the coolest yoga session of your life. Everyone in the room will be wearing a Soulband LED bracelet that allows yogis to become part of the light experience.
Finally, each session is lead by a world-class instructor and will feature happy beats, body paint, and choreographed lighting. November 19 and 20 at 9am, 12pm, 4pm, and 7pm Where: Arsenal Montreal, William. A photo posted by Musée d'art contemporain macmontreal on Sep 11, at 7: Happening on Friday, November 4th from 5 pm-2 am, the Museum of Contemporary Art will give visitors a chance to explore La Biennale de Montreal , an exhibition focusing on the question: In addition to the exhibition, the last Friday Nocturnes of the year includes interactive tours, a live DJ, an art workshop, and drinks and appetizers.
November 4, 5 pm-2 am Where: Take the opportunity to marvel at LEGO structures and join in on the fun! The event will also include a mini brickfilm festival, in which visitors are welcome to submit their own brickfilm in three different categories with the chance to win one of six prizes.
Prepare for an array of creative floats, fun performers, free goodies, and of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus to wave goodbye at the end of the parade. November 19, 11am Where: Curry, naan, and rice are a pretty irresistible combination.
Luckily, Montreal has got some of the best Indian food west of the country after which it hails. Montreal is home to an array of Indian eateries located all over the city specializing in regional cuisines, veggie dishes, and even homemade sweets. M For Montreal is back for the 11th year in a row. Welcoming over musicians and artists, Montreal is about to overflow with incredible music and exciting business opportunities.