Relive unforgettable moments from the greatest musicals of all time.
“West Side Story, Chicago, Moulin Rouge, Les Misérables, La La Land and many more… For as long as I can remember, musicals have transported me to a world of wonder and inspiration. Now, I finally have a chance to share my appreciation and passion for this unique art form, with a cast of singers, musicians and dancers that help me bring to life all the emotion behind the iconic melodies. I can’t wait to share this special moment with you, as we come together to laugh, to cry, to feel.”
– Gregory Charles
Gregory Charles is a multifaceted Quebec artist who’s been passionate about music since early childhood. This classical pianist, actor, host, singer, choral director, teacher, producer, entrepreneur, and public speaker first made his mark on TV and radio, before showing international audiences that he was born for the stage. With over 2 million show tickets sold, a record-breaking 43-performance run for his show Noir et Blanc at Montreal’s Bell Centre, a million albums sold, and interactive performances presented worldwide (New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, London, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Austin, Dallas, Marrakech, Stuttgart, Vienna and more), Gregory is a master entertainer who instinctively knows how to give audiences what they want. He’s also more than happy to share his vast musical knowledge as a teacher, whether on TV shows like Star Académie, Virtuose and Crescendo, or at his own virtual music school called L’Académie Gregory.
It would be an understatement to say that Julia Charles was born into music! Since the very beginning, she’s been immersed in that world with her father Gregory, who shares his musical passion and knowledge with her every single day. Already a singer, pianist, violinist, cellist and dancer, Julia is a quintuple threat who keeps adding new strings to her bow. At the age of 10, she released her first single – the irresistible holiday song “Voilà le père Noël Boogie”, a duet with her father – and made her stage debut in “Générations”, again with Gregory. Audiences also got to enjoy her talent and charisma in the musical “The Sound of Music”. We’re delighted to welcome her back to the stage in “7”, a tribute to movie music.
After graduating in Musical Theatre from École de théâtre professionnel du Collège Lionel-Groulx, Marc-Antoine wowed audiences in the lead role of the French-language adaption of the stage musical Nine, as well as in the college production Hommage à Grease. He then performed in the scenic region of Isle-aux- Coudres in All Shook Up and Rock Of Ages, two summer-stock musicals directed by Olivier Berthiaume. This passionate and multitalented performer excels at breathing life into the most unexpected characters. In 2022 and 2023, he was a very proud to play Franz in the French-language production of The Sound of Music.
This talented mezzo-soprano earned a Master’s Degree in Vocal Interpretation from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. Completely at ease with both opera and musical theatre, she dazzled audiences and critics as Maria Rainer in the French-language production of The Sound of Music (2022- 2023). She was recently seen in Franz Lehár’s La Veuve Joyeuse, Cendrillon (directed by Jacques Lacombe), Die Fledermaus (directed by Alain Trudel), and Le Genévrier (directed by Jacques Lacombe). A recipient of the prestigious Monique-Barry grant from the Fondation du Conservatoire, as well as the Ratycz-Myre scholarship from L’Opéra Bouffe in Quebec City, she represented the province of Quebec at the 2019 edition of the CFMTA’s National Vocal Competition, where she placed third.
Born in St-Georges-de-Beauce, virtuoso Marjorie Bourque embraced the violin at the age of 3 with remarkable determination. Her training at the Conservatoire de musique in Quebec City and Montreal had a profound influence on what would become her warm and refined style. After appearing on the TV show “Virtuoses” in 2015, she collaborated several times with Gregory Charles and emerged onto the musical scene with a wide range of projects. With her 1834 Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume violin, lent to her by Roger Dubois, she has played with world-renowned orchestras, on hit TV shows like “La Voix” and “Star Académie”, and on numerous film scores (most notably, “Les chambres rouges” and “The Iron Claw”). In 2023, she was the principal violinist for the stage musical “La Mélodie du bonheur”. Always looking to expand her creative horizons, Marjorie aspires to reach even greater heights across different musical genres.
Multitalented triple-threat Mathieu-Philippe Perras excels at singing, dancing and acting. From 2022 to 2023, he played Rolf Gruber in the English-language production of The Sound of Music. He’s also been seen in several major ad campaigns for KFC, McDonald’s, DoorDash and LesPacs. In 2015, his acting talent earned him a Gémeaux Award nomination for his role as poltergeist Léo in the children’s TV series Motel Monstre. In 2013, he competed in the Festival de la chanson de Granby and reached the semi- finals in the Vocalist category. He appeared on Qui sait chanter? in 2021, and competed in La Voix 9 in 2023, in Mario Pelchat’s team.
A music lover since childhood, Gabrielle Roy-Lemay followed her stage dreams as a musical theatre student at École de théâtre professionnel du Collège Lionel-Groulx. Guided by her passion, she discovered the joy of performing with various groups, including LBA Band, Alter Ego, Bond Girls Orchestra, Lady’5, Harmonik and La Belle & Le Barbu. Music also gave her an opportunity to travel the world, touring across Quebec, the U.S., the Middle East and Asia. She recently released her first single Tout le temps, which she also wrote, and she’s now working on an EP.