Louisiana Crossroads Cajun & Creole Concert Tonight April 11th
The Central School Arts & Humanities Center of Southwest Louisiana is putting on a Cajun and Creole concert tonight at Central school on Kirkman Street in Lake Charles.
The concert is exploring Quebecois, Acadian, and Cajun/Creole connections with an all star lineup. Here are the details.
The concert is tonight at Central School at 7 p.m. featuring:
De Temps Anttan, is at the pinnacle of Quebecois music. Since 2003 these three virtuosos, Eric
Beaudry, Andre Brunet and Pierre Luc-Dupuis have blended boundless energy with the unmistakable joie
de vivre found only in traditional Quebec music. They will collaborate with Cedriic Wattson,, the great
young talent in Louisiana Creole Music, Ana Laura Edmiistton,, whose stellar vocal work with Feufollet
has won her great renown, and Daviid Greelly,, formerly of the Mamou Playboys, whose expertise in Louisiana fiddle and ballad styles is unmatched.
Advance tickets are $10 on line at www.louisianacrossroads.org, or
at the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana on the
second floor of Central School. Tickets at the door are $12. For
more information, please call (337) 491-9147 or visit the department
of cultural affairs at www.cityoflakecharles.com.