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NEW BAND AT THE AGENCY !
PRIX OPUS "DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR" - CONSEIL QUÉBÉCOIS DE LA MUSIQUE
WINNER OF THE PUBLIC AWARD AT THE CABARET FESTIF 2018

É.T.É

https://www.etetrio.com/

Territories: All

Born from the meeting of three young musicians with exploded backgrounds, É.T.É offers a very current and dynamic vision of Quebec traditional music. Combining influences from jazz, progressive rock, classical and trad, it's the sound of violin, Irish bouzouki, cello and stepdance that Elisabeth Moquin, Thierry Clouette and Élisabeth Giroux unveil their universe through original compositions and arrangements of tunes from the traditional repertoire. With their rich vocal harmonies, groove, instrumentation and electrifying onslaught on the stage, É.T.É transforms the traditional kitchen party into a colorful show that you will not soon forget!

 

Since the release of their first album "Le boire des minuits" in 2017, the group winner of the prize in the Emergence category at the 2017 Grand Prix Desjardins de la culture de Lanaudière and the public award at the Cabaret festif 2018 continues its momentum by presenting its show everywhere in Quebec, in the Maritimes and in western Canada.

CRITICS

Élisabeth Moquin, Thierry Clouette and Élisabeth Giroux together form the band ÉTÉ. This is the wonderfully lively traditional music of Québec, arranged for cello, fiddle, feet and bouzouki. Their showcase was terrific, even though the room was too small for the astounding step dancing that is usually Élisabeth Moquin’s trademark. But even without that, this band makes you sit up and take notice. Gorgeous three-part harmonies and simply excellent arrangements making full use of the cello make this band really outstanding. We thoroughly enjoyed their showcase.

Elizabeth Szekeres

Roots Music Canada

É.T.É. made it's debut at the 27th annual New World Festival this September. This talented and engaging trio was a big hit with our audiences. Their creative arrangements reflect a contemporary vibe without losing the connection to it's traditional roots. Their stage presence is delightful, their vocals are beautiful and Élisabeths dancing is a joy to watch. And when a problem arose at the stage they were to perform on late in the day, they were very gracious and set up on the steps of the venue. So instead of there being a problem, we were treated to a impromptu and beautiful set under the stars. Throughout the Festival process they were a pleasure to work with. I look forward to having Élisabeth, Thierry and Élisabeth, three wonderful people, back again very soon!

Kevin Dunwoody

The New World Festival, Randolph Vermont

From the first moment, the violin, the cello and the bouzouki (kind of lute) challenge the dissipated crowd and also manage to keep the attention of the latter. The more catchy compositions than the others are linked together easily, interspersed with interactions with the public. Between presentations of the musicians and anecdotes, É-T-É succeeded brilliantly in valorizing their musical style sometimes criticized as "outdated" or "exhausted". In addition, the voices fit in perfect harmony and support the instrumental. The audience is typing in rhythm, a beautiful vibration resonates within Otis House.

Charline Clavier

Écoutedonc.ca

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DISCOGRAPHY
VIDEOS
PLAYLIST
Suite 216-B - Le boire des minuits
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P'tite moquine - Le boire des minuits
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Le bourbon et la bourbonne - Le boire des minuits
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