New sounds for the people

For its seventh edition, the festival Suoni Per Il Popolo invited more than 100 bands and musicians from Canada, the United States and Europe. From June 1 to 27, La Sala Rossa and Casa del Popolo will each be welcoming up to four acts per night. These few square meters on St-Laurent is where you want to be this June to listen to the finest experimental music in the world.

For its seventh edition, the festival Suoni Per Il Popolo invited more than 100 bands and musicians from Canada, the United States and Europe. From June 1 to 27, La Sala Rossa and Casa del Popolo will each be welcoming up to four acts per night. These few square meters on St-Laurent is where you want to be this June to listen to the finest experimental music in the world.

The Concordian talked to Steve Guimond, music director of SALA (Soci

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