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French songfest at Guilderland library

Singer-songwriter Josée Vachon will present a Mothers’ Day concert of beloved French songs on Sunday, May 14, at 2 p.m. at the Guilderland Public Library, Helderberg large meeting room, 2228 Western Ave., Guilderland.

Enjoy Josée’s lovely voice and engaging style as she takes you on a journey through French North America. Vachon has recorded 12 solo albums in French, and two with Franco-American folk group Chanterelle. Born in Québec and raised in Maine, Josée Vachon has been sharing her Franco-American upbringing for over 25 years through traditional and contemporary folksongs from Québec and Acadia and through her own compositions – performing across the U.S., Canada, and France. Members of event sponsor La Federation Franco-Americaine du New York  interested in attending can reserve a seat near the front by emailing Margaret Lanoue at lanouem@guilpl.org or by leaving her a message at 518.456.2400 ext.2. Visit http://www.joseevachon.com/.

 

Gloria Mazure

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