April 21st – 8:30pm
In the Studio
Miss Sugarpuss Must Die!
Performed by Holly Gauthier-Frankel

Miss Sugarpuss Must Die! Follows the life of Miss Sugarpuss, from her seedy beginnings to her rise as a star on the burlesque stage… but at what cost? Provocative and decadent, this is a truly satisfying indulgence.

Featuring a LIVE JAZZ SET in the ArtLounge with the Holly Gauthier Quintet at 10pm!

Tickets: 15$-25$

April 19 – 7:30pm

In the Studio
Térez Montcalm
Part of the Women of the World series

Quebec singer-songwriter Térez Montcalm performs songs from her latest album Here’s to You: Songs For Shirley Horn, a tribute to one of the great jazz songstress of the 20th century.


April 21 – 10:00pm

In the ArtLounge
The Holly Gauthier Frankel Quintet

The Holly Gauthier Quintet will simply knock your socks off with beautiful renditions of silky, 1950s standards, transporting you back to the days of New York underground jazz clubs and speakeasies, and leaving you with a song in your heart and a little bit of bebop in your soul.

Tickets: 12$

April 22 – 2:30pm
In the Studio
New Orford String Quartet
Part of the Bravo Music Series

Inspired by its renowned predecessor the Orford String Quartet, the New Orford String Quartet has received unanimous critical acclaim, including two Opus Awards for Concert of the Year in the classical music category. Hailed for their “ravishingly beautiful tone” the members of the New Orford String Quartet are all principal players in the Montreal and Toronto Symphony Orchestras. Dedicated to promoting Canadian works, they provide a fresh perspective on interpretations of classic string quartet repertoire.

Tickets: 15$-25$

April 22 – 8:00pm
In the Studio
The Chateauguay Tenors
Part of the Power Jazz Series

The quiet Montreal suburb of Chateauguay happens to be home to a pair of Canada's most exciting and talented young saxophonists, Al McLean and Cameron Wallis. For over a decade these two young men have been a prominent force on the local and international jazz scenes. The duo performs the kind of music that excites and appeals to jazz aficionados and casual listeners alike.

Tickets: 15$-25$

April 18 – 8:00pm FREE!
In the Studio
Danse Danse and the Segal Centre presents a work-in-progress by La Otra Orilla

A new work-in-progress by acclaimed Montreal flamenco company La Otra Orilla, directed by dancer Myriam Allard and singer Hedi “El Moro” Graja. This new piece displays a rigorous blend of dance, music and video and will delight the spectator with its hybrid, iconoclastic flamenco, richly poetic and very contemporary style.

In the CinemaSpace, in collaboration with Hors Champ
Part 1: April 21st at 8:30pm
Part 2: April 22nd at 6:00pm
Part 3: May 3rd at 7:30pm
Part 4: May 5th at 9:00pm

A four-part series on the films of the iconic experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. This event represents the first major solo presentation of Brakhage’s work in Montreal since his last visit in 2001 and includes many films to be screened for the first time in Montreal.

Tickets: 8$-10$

April 25th – 7pm

In the CinemaSpace
Talkumentaries series at the Cummings Centre presents: Four Seasons Lodge
Directed by Andrew Jacobs
Part of the Sassy Seniors Series

From the darkness of Hitler's Europe to the Catskill mountains, Four Seasons Lodge follows a community of Holocaust survivors who come together each summer to dance, cook, fight and flirt and celebrate their survival. Four Seasons Lodge is an inspiring and surprisingly funny documentary that captures what may be the final season for a remarkable band of survivors who have found that dancing, laughter and late-night revelry may be the best revenge.

  • Each film includes coffee and refreshments

Tickets: 15$-20$

April 19 – 9:00pm
In the ArtLounge
Lugh Pack Late Show: For People Who Dig Comedy
One of the fastest rising comedy nights in Montreal!
Host: Keith Waterfield
Opener: Walter Lyng
Middler: Kirsten Rasmussen
Headliner: Massimo

Tickets: 5$

Public Programs
April 19th – 7:30pm
In the CinemaSpace
Verdi’s Dangerous Voices: Sophocles' Philoctetes and the Post-9/11 Environment

Part of Theatre and Danger Lecture Series

Prof. Christina Tarnopolsky (Department of Political Science) and Andreas Apergis (Founding Member, Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre Company) will join us for the final installment of our riveting lecture series, in partnership with IPLAI (The Institute for Public Life of Arts and Ideas). This talk will discuss Sophocles’ Philoctetes and its treatment of the relationship between democracies and danger.

Tickets: 10$ - 18$

April 23rd, and 25th – 8:00pm
In the Studio
Curtains Up, Hit the Lights!

A tribute to Jewish Broadway composers and entertainers

The Segal Centre’s third annual musical fundraising event benefitting youth programming. Pairs volunteer performers with professionals from the performing arts industry to create an exciting musical evening, filled with live song and dance and segments from Broadway movies and stage performances. This unique Broadway-style revue will showcase the Jewish contribution to the American musical.

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Visual Arts
April 1 – May 24th FREE!
In the ArtLounge
Nicholas Voiekoff-Erens Exhibit

Voeikoff-Erens uses urban weekly free newspapers as his medium. Going beyond the frame of the traditional canvas, he uses these magazines to create the structure of his paintings. A painting that is not a newspaper but embodies it within. Voeikoff-Erens’ paintings are sculptural, reversible and malleable.

Andrea Elalouf
Public Relations Coordinator
Coordonnatrice aux relations publiques
5170, chemin de la Côte-Ste-Catherine
Montréal (Québec) H3W 1M7
T. 514. 739. 2301 poste 8363
aelalouf at