A multi-talented artist who presents a unique brand of visual humor and inventive music. His unique and unusual performances entertain, charm, and above all, they make audiences laugh!
On stage, Michel Lauzière takes us into his crazy world, where all things serve something else.
The tone is relaxed; the dynamic rhythm.
As soon as he enters the stage, Michel establishes the complicity with the public by showing us how he began to play music from his childhood, using what was available to him ... and his imagination.
He reveals his talents as a performer and humorist by presenting an avalanche of amazing and funny numbers.
As if nothing had happened, Michel made skillful prowess when he transformed himself into a modern William Tell, made his umbrella sing, became a man-orchestra by drawing surprising sounds of the simplest objects transformed before our eyes into weird instruments .
The alchemist of the sound (title of the Journal de Québec) then demonstrates his virtuosity by interpreting classical airs with the most famous of his musical discoveries: the "klaxophone"!
Since 1989 ... until today:
Shows in over 475 cities, 55 countries including:
Arab Emirates, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela ... and now Yakima.
A perfect afternoon with the family and Michel Lauzière.
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11am - Show Time on Show Days
The Capitol Theatre
19 S. 3rd Street