Classical Kabaret – Kabaret that captivates

Photo de Klara Martel-Laroche, mezzo-soprano et David Terriault, piano

Event details

  • 15 July 2024
  • 19:30
  • L’Entrepôt, 2901, Boul. Saint-Joseph, Lachine (Qc) H8S 4B7
  • Free (ticket required) / Suggested donation 15$

Klara Martel-Laroche mezzo-soprano

David Terriault piano


Captivating evocations of love inspired by the world of German Cabaret.



Tickets required (Free | Suggested Donation $15)

  • At the door 1 hour before each concert (40 tickets)
  • Online a few days before the concert

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Introductory talk animated by Richard Turp 15 minutes before the concert.



MLV Immobilier – Matthieu le Moëligou et Valérie Léger



A little bit in Love

Someone to watch over me

The Man I love

Moon River


Tell me the truth about love

C’est ainsi que tu es

Si vous n’avez rien à me dire


Nana’s Lied

I love Paris

La Foule

Dis, quand reviendras-tu?

Les feuilles mortes

Elend (Misery)

It never was you

But not for me

Les chemins de l’amour

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)

George Gershwin (1898 – 1937)

George Gershwin

Henry Mancini (1924 – 1994)

William Bolcom (1938 – )

Benjamin Britten (1913 – 1976)

Francis Poulenc (1899 – 1963)

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835 -1921)

William Bolcom

Kurt Weill (1900 – 1950)

Cole Porter (1891 – 1964)

Edith Piaf (1915 – 1963)

Barbara (1930 – 1997)

Joseph Kosma (1905 – 1969)

Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871 -1942)

Kurt Weill

George Gershwin

Francis Poulenc




Canadian mezzo-soprano Klara Martel-Laroche recently earned her master’s degree in vocal performance from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. At home performing in both opera and musicals, Klara recently starred as Maria in the Montreal production of The Sound of Music, (directed by Gregory Charles) receiving high praise from critics for her powerful vocals and captivating stage presence. She also played the role of Valencienne in the Jeunesses Musicales Canada’s recurring tours of Die Lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow) by Franz Lehár. Other recent roles include Cinderella in Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon (conducted by Jacques Lacombe), Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II (conducted by Alain Trudel), The Stepmother in The Juniper Tree by Philipp Glass and Robert Moran (conducted by Jacques Lacombe), Claudine in Jacques Offenbach’s La fille du tambour-major, and Cricri in Le chanteur de Mexico by Francis Lopez. Klara was awarded the prestigious Monique-Barry grant by the Fondation du Conservatoire, as well as the Ratycz-Myre study grant by Opéra Bouffe du Québec. In 2019 she represented Quebec at the pan-Canadian Vocal Competition of the CFMTA conference and was awarded third place by the distinguished jury, which included baritone Russell Braun and soprano Adrianne Pieczonka. Driven by the desire to give thoughtful and sincere performances, the promising young singer has already garnered several excellent reviews, in particular for her performance of Cinderella and her roles in various Festival d’opéra de Québec and Opéra bouffe du Québec productions.

Born and raised in Montreal, David is a music director, pianist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, and holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Piano from McGill University. Recently, David has been acting as the associate conductor and principal pianist for the international tour of West Side Story, directed by Lonny Price. Performed over 350 times, this production has traveled all around the globe in cities such as Paris, Tokyo, Zurich, Bangkok, Munich, Vienna, Dubaï, etc. In Canada, he’s an active member of both French and English theatre communities. He has collaborated with several companies across the country such as Mirvish, Musical Stage Co., National Arts Centre, Young People’s Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse, Theatre Aquarius, Sheridan College, St-Lawrence College (Ontario), Théâtre Duceppe, Juste Pour Rire, ComediHa!, Segal Centre, Théâtre du Centaur, Théâtre de l’Oeil Ouvert, Théâtre Advienne que Pourra (Québec), Charlottetown Festival (P.E.I.), Urban Ink, The Cultch (B.C.) and Theatre Calgary (Alberta). When he is not performing, David is also a teacher at Sheridan College and Randolph College in Ontario. David won the Betty Mitchell Award for his music direction of Sisters: Les Belles-Soeurs Musical (Theatre Calgary/Segal Centre); was nominated for a META Award for his work on Spring Awakening (Centaur Theatre) and was part of several Dora award winning productions in Toronto. Currently, David Terriault serves as music director for the French and Canadian premiere of Waitress, directed by Abbey O’Brien and presented in Montreal



15$ donation suggested, to be able to continue offering high quality concerts that are free and accessible to all.



Thank you to all our sponsors 


Patrimoine Canada
Arrondissement Lachine
Ville de Montréal
Conseil des arts de Montréal
Enrico Ciccone, député de Marquette
Bingo Lachine
Mécénat Musica


Fondation Azrieli – Azrieli Foundation
Collégial international Sainte-Anne
Desjardins Caisse de Lachine


Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal
Piano Vertu

Cognitive Group


MLV Immobilier
Jean Coutu Aboud Georges
J.J. Cardinal Lachine
Martin & Cie, comptables professionnels agréés
IGA Extra Vallée
Centre visuel Victoria