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Saratoga to end Ireland’s cultural season

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Verte Ireland welcomes folk duo Saratoga on October 22 for their final show of the cultural season at the Holy Trinity Heritage Site.

For more than five years and hundreds of concerts, Saratoga has watched the fire of intimate music and stripped away the art form of song. From main stages to intimate concerts, Chantal Archambault and Michel-Olivier Gasse quickly won the hearts of audiences across the province. Their debut LP the flower Appeared in 2016 to critical acclaim, earning her two ADISQ nominations, including “Revelation of the Year”. With Saratoga’s sensitive universe unfolding in all its bounty on stage, the couple toured Quebec and Europe for over one hundred and fifty dates. After a brief hiatus in 2018, the duo return with a sweet and kind second album, and it’s a beloved item.

For Aud Fournier from Verte Ireland, the show will close the 2022 cultural season “with the slowness, beauty and kindness that autumn inspires in us. Good words, uplifting music, this is what Saratoga has in store for us on October 22nd.”

In fact, Green Ireland events are always wrapped with a community touch, with a campfire outside and a break that encourages encounters.

Tickets can be reserved through the Green Ireland website: www.vertierlande.ca (418 428-3286). To allow young people to develop an interest in music, the organization recalls that all Green Ireland shows are free for young people aged 16 and under and reduced prices for students.

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