Friday, December 7 will offer a hip-hop Nocturne, with Alaclair Ensemble: four rappers, a vocalist and a renowned beat maker. In their playful take on the Québec accent and language, they describe themselves as “a troupe of post-rigadoon Lower Canadians zigzagging between Quoibec and Mourial.” Some of you may recall the group’s much-noted appearance at Metropolis during last winter’s Nuit blanche. They also showed up among the top picks of 2011 with their album Le roé c’est moé.
Admission with either regular Musée ticket or our Wired card.
Staff will be on hand in the galleries to answer visitors’ questions.
No Nocturnes are scheduled in January and August.