Ginette Reno Tickets
Ginette Reno is an actress, author, singer as well as composer and has displayed her mastery in all of these genres. In November 2017, she is returning to Centre Videotron in Quebec for a musical performance. She is accompanied in the amphitheatre by the Symphonique de Québec Orchestra headed by her son, Pascalin Raynault. This is considered as a historic performance as it is the first time the mother-son duo is performing in Québec. Therefore, anticipation is heightened and Ginette Reno tickets are in high demand.
The Living Legend
Ginette Reno’s first claim to fame was her singing; she was discovered in the clubs of Montreal and signed her first professional contract. She adopted the stage-name Reno instead of her actual surname Raynault on the suggestion of Jean Simon, a talent-hunter.
Reno sang in French and English, but it was her 1970 English hit “Beautiful Second Hand Man” that reached number two on the RPM singles charts for a whole week. The success of this single led to her first album in 1971, titled after it. Within the following four decades, Reno has recorded and released a staggering sixty albums. She has broken multiple gold and platinum selling records and does not show any sign of slowing down. The singer has been honored with Genie Award nominations and is a multiple-honorary of the Juno Award.
Ginette Reno Symphonique
Ginette Reno is always ready to put on a show; and what a show it is indeed. Her current venture is an appearance at the Centre Videotron, one of the grandest amphitheatres in Canada. Reno’s son Pascalin Raynault is an acclaimed conductor and has worked on many of her albums before. The two will share the stage in this grand concert, the likes of which Quebec has never seen before.
Among the highlights of the concert will be songs such as “Make Me Tenderness” and “Fallin’ in Love”. However, some of her lesser known hits will be incorporated into the show as well, in both French and English. Ginette Reno tickets for this show and all other events are on sale now. The grand symphony awaits all Reno fans.
Another esteemed Canadian superstar, Celine Dion, had this to say about Reno; “When I was ten, Ginette Reno was my idol; my inspiration. She is one of the world's greatest singers.” Ginette Reno has managed to touch millions across the globe with her powerful vocals and observance of love and compassion through her lyrics, most of which are penned by her.
La Presse in Montreal wrote this; “In the real sense of the word, GINETTE RENO has become a legend. Nevertheless, no one has stayed more simple or more authentic... She has already become the Queen of Entertainment.” There is a longevity to her career which can be matched by very few of her contemporaries and she has become an instantly recognizable person in Canada as well as the rest of the world.
National Anthem at Game One
Ginette Reno’s thunderous vocals and power to sway a crowd are apparent in her 2014 and 2015 singing of the National Anthem at the Bell Centre. She received a standing ovation on both occasions and hers is considered to be one of the best renditions of the Canadian National Anthem. In 2017, the Canadian icon has been announced as the artist to sing the National Anthem during game one at the Bell Centre once more. No one is in any doubt that this performance will live up to the high mark she has set in the previous two.
Reno is also an author and actor. She appeared in the French-Canadian film Léolo directed by Jean-Claude Lauzon, in 1992. She reprised this character in the film’s sequel as well. Both these performances earned her Genie Award nominations for Best Actress in a leading role. She got this nomination for the third time for her performance in Le secret de ma mere.
Ginette Reno Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Ginette Reno tickets is $155. The date and location for this event is 25-Nov-17 at Centre Videotron, Quebec. The minimum get-in price for Ginette Reno tickets is $155.
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