A Celebration in Song,
Spoken Word & Step
Presenting the final episode of the web series for seniors We’re All In This Together
November 5, 2021
All good things must come to an end, so don’t miss the finale Episode 23: A Celebration in Song, Spoken Word & Step of We’re All In This Together, an evening that shines an inspiring light on Quebec’s diversity and intergenerational connections.
Performers include The Montreal Steppers, who use their bodies as instruments to deliver a youthful, high energy art form that is rooted is Black History and tells stories of Black Resilience and Black Excellence. Viewers will also enjoy a special performance by the legendary Québécoise singer/songwriter Patsy Gallant who, at 73 years young, will sing a combination of classic favourites and a new self-penned women’s anthem as well.
It’s an evening that shines an inspiring light on Quebec’s diversity and intergenerational connections.
The A.D.A. Flamenco trio explore the mystery, beauty and captivating energy of traditional Spanish flamenco through their code-subverting, contemporary aesthetic. Singer/songwriter Andrea Lindsay, the first anglophone to ever win the Juno Award for Best Francophone Album of the Year, will perform the theme song she wrote and recorded for the web series, with some surprise young guests joining her on stage – who have appeared in every episode of the series. To watch a promotional clip of our next episode, click here!
We’re All In This Together is a collaboration between the English Language Arts Network and Seniors Action Quebec, and a community initiative to reach Quebec’s English-speaking seniors.
This one-of-a-kind web-series has been designed by seniors, especially for seniors. Each bi-weekly episode of the web series, directed by Montreal-based award-winning filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart, features entertainment, activities and conversations designed to connect with those in need of support and empathy with a gentle reminder that we are, indeed, all in this together.
This is also a great opportunity to take a moment to assure that the seniors around you can access the Internet so that they can take advantage of all the online resources available to them.
Seniors Action Quebec works to maintain and enhance the vitality of English-speaking Quebec seniors. All efforts will identify and address challenges and issues to promote a healthy and active lifestyle for English-speaking seniors.
The English Language Arts Network (ELAN) is a meeting place for English-language artists and cultural workers of all disciplines from every region of Quebec, where they can share expertise and resources, build audiences and alliances, seek support, advocate for their interests, and make common cause with the Francophone arts community.