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Daily Recommendations for the Montreal Jazz Festival: July 3rd

Expect an intimate night of intimate music in the blues, jazz and soul of Dominique Filtz Aime.

Montreal jazz-soul singer Dominique Fils-Aimé at the National sound stage.
Montreal jazz soul singer Dominique Filtz-National Sound Stage Aime. Photo: Pierre Obendrauf/Montreal Gazette File

Indoor ticketing: Dominique Filtz Aime. Theater Maison Nuve. 8:00 pm

Montreal singer Dominique Filtz Aime shows her latest show at the Montreal Outleonto Theater in the fall following the release of the 2021 album Three Little Words. Was finally released for the first time. An intimate night of intimate music infiltrated into her ambitious trilogy of blues, jazz and soul, recording the history of African-American music. Expect the same thing here.

Free Outdoors: Cécile Doo-Kingué. Rogers stage. 9 pm and 11 pm

This talented artist grew up in New York City, a member of Cameroon's first-generation family, and now calls Montreal her hometown. This singer guitarist specializes in intense bluesy rock with an African flair. There is no doubt that it will be a street party on Sunday night.

The 42nd Montreal InternationalJazzFestival will continue until July 9th. For programs, tickets and more information, please {. 49}.

Cécile Doo-Kingué performs at the Burnaby Blues + Roots festival 2016 at Deer Lake, Burnaby, B.C.
Cecil Doukinge plays with Barnaby Bruce + Roots Photo by Gerry Kahrmann at the Festival 2016 in Dear Lake, Barnaby, British Columbia/Postmedia News
  1. “The advantage of the jazz fest is that the pool from which we can ... find artists is almost infinite,” says Laurent Saulnier, VP of programming, pictured at Place des Festivals.

    The Montreal Jazz Festival will once again become the city's "strongest symbol of summer"

  2. This photo of a Montreal jazz festival crowd is dated June 30, 1984. Then as now, free outdoor concerts were an integral part of the festival, but in that era, the action was along St-Denis St., where there were three outdoor stages in the area between Sherbrooke and Ste-Catherine Sts.

    History from our eyes: June 30, 1984, Jazz Festival

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