Every year in March, the Canadian Cultural Centre celebrates the richness and vitality of the Francophonie in Canada throughout Francophonie Month.
[FULLY BOOKED] On March 15 at 8 pm, book your seats to discover New Brunswick-born Acadian singer Emilie Landry on stage at the Canadian Cultural Centre with musicians Matt Boudreau and Samuel Robidoux!
From northern New Brunswick, Émilie Landry shares her emotions straight from the heart, along with her vision of the world and her stories through country-pop-folk tunes. Guitar in hand, she sings introspective lyrics in French, full of sweetness and melancholy.
During her childhood, Emilie Landry explored the performing arts and composed her own songs, before taking her first steps in the world of music in 2009 in competitions and festivals such as Accros de la chanson, the Gala de la chanson de Caraquet, the Festival international de la chanson de Granby and Ma Première Place des Arts.
She trained in pop singing and jazz music in Quebec, before founding her first band “Emilie & les City Folks” in 2016. In 2017 she released her first solo EP “Être social“. In 2020, her country-folk inspired album, “Arroser les fleurs” was double nominated at the East Coast Music Awards 2021 in the categories “Francophone Album of the Year” and “Contemporary Folk Album of the Year”.
Centre culturel canadien
130 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris
Event fully booked.