4 interprètes, 65 succès revisités, de grands artistes célébrés…
4 performers, 65 hits, some of our greatest artists celebrated...
Francostalgie is a major musical show gathering 65 french hits which marked the history of music from one continent to another between 1965 and 1995. From Johnny Hallyday to Céline Dion, as well as Charles Aznavour, Robert Charlebois, Niagara, Joe Dassin, Indochine, Patrick Bruel and more, the show leads us from one era to another, going through all musical styles, moods and emotions. Carried by exclusive confidences and anecdotes from unique TV host Michel Drucker, each song puts us back in the social, political or cultural context of the time, whether in France or in Quebec. Accompanied by an orchestra and supported by a rhythmic staging as well as a technological and cinematographic video support, the talented singers Maxime Landry, Vanessa Duchel, Michael and Eleonore Lagacé present us a great celebration that promises tremendous performances.
Francostalgie, because great songs never die!
Producteur exécutif : Eric Young
Productrice déléguée : Élodie Lefebvre
Metteur en scène : Pierre Séguin
Auteur : Pierre Huet