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Special Performance: La Grange de la Gatineau

As many of you already know, René Gely and I very much enjoy putting on special performances in the undiscovered corners of Ottawa, Gatineau, and the surrounding areas. We’ve played special concerts at The 31 in South Gloucester, at First Unitarian Church in the west end of Ottawa, and recently at Ottawa’s newest hot spot, Flamingo. I’m very happy to announce the next installment in our series of special concerts, La Grange de la Gatineau. Below you will find all the information on this upcoming show in both English and French. Let us know you’re coming on facebook. Hope to see you there!

(La version française est incluse après la version anglaise, ci-dessous.)


The municipality of Cantley and La Grange de la Gatineau present
Renée Yoxon with René Gely on guitar
Saturday February 19; 8:00 p.m.
Cover: $15 (includes beverage: wine, beer or non-alcoholic)
La Grange de la Gatineau
80 chemin Summer, Cantley, QC J8V 3J3 MAP
Reservations required: 819.827.3164

Renée and René will be playing selections from their latest album Let’s Call it a Day, as well as other jazz standards. If you’ve missed St Valentine’s Day or would like to do it again a few days later, you’ll find this delectable duo and the warm, cozy atmosphere of the Grange, a truly irresistible combination.

What they’re saying about Renée Yoxon

“…on the evidence of her first album, Let’s Call it a Day, this young Canadian could be the biggest female talent to emerge in her field since Diana Krall.”

“Young vocalist Renée Yoxon is quickly becoming one of the most in demand jazz singers in the Ottawa region thanks to her grace, captivating presence and beautiful voice.”

What is La Grange de la Gatineau

The Grange is a magnificent 180-year-old log building that was once a pioneer barn and has now been adapted for professional and social events. Its riverside, woodland setting and authentic heritage furnishings offer a unique Canadian atmosphere in a tranquil environment.

For more information: 819.827.3164

La municipalité de Cantley et La Grange de la Gatineau présentent
Renée Yoxon avec René Gely à la guitare
samedi le 19 février; 20h
Admission: $15 (inclus breuvage: vin, bière ou breuvage non-alcoolique)
La Grange de la Gatineau
80 chemin Summer, Cantley, QC J8V 3J3 MAP
Réservations requises: 819.827.3164

Renée et René joueront des sélections de leur dernier album Let’s Call it a Day, ainsi que d’autres standards de jazz. Si vous avez manqué la St-Valentin ou que vous aimeriez la revivre, nous vous recommandons grandement la combinaison du duo Yoxon/Gely et l’ambiance chaleureuse de la Grange de la Gatineau pour célébrer

Ce qu’on dit de Renée Yoxon

“…en sa basant sur son premier album, Let’s Call it a Day, cette jeune canadienne pourrait être le plus grand talent féminin dans son domaine depuis Diana Krall.”

“La jeune chanteuse Renée Yoxon devient rapidement une des chanteuses de jazz les plus en demande dans la région d’Ottawa grâce à son eelégance, sa présence captivante et sa magnifique voix.”

Qu’est ce que La Grange de la Gatineau

La Grange est un bâtiment magnifique, qui pendant ses deux siècles d’existence s’est transformée d’une grange de l’époque des pionniers, en maison de famille et existe maintenant comme centre pour des événements sociaux et professionnels. Entourée de forêts et au bord d’une rivière, La Grange de la Gatineau relie la beauté et la tranquillité naturelle, à la richesse du patrimoine canadien grâce au décor antique de sa structure et ses meubles.

Pour plus de renseignements: 819.827.3164

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Renée is a queer, non-binary, disabled, and chronically ill creator based in Montreal. They are a singer, songwriter, pianist, YouTuber, and Periscoper. They are currently a student of jazz studies at Mcgill University and a freelance vocal coach for young and emerging singers.


  1. Brigid

    Renée, this looks great! I hope you saw the Grange website too ( and we have printed your very impressive posters too. Here’s hoping this brings in a fantastic audience. Cheers, Brigid

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