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East Ave. S. & Hunter St. E.
7:00pm to 8:30pm More »
Thursday July 7 at 8 pm, pwyc. Behind the Kiln #9, thrilling and unpredictable evenings of real-time collaborations between dancers, musicians and visual artists. Organized by dancer-choreographer Tanis MacArthur and video-jammer Judith Sandiford. Participants Tanis MacArthur, Liz Bates, Rose Gowling, Andrea Frolic, Jennifer Lockman, Orange McFarland, members of Freeskool Flow Circus and Hamilton Aerial Group and more tba. More »
Art Gallery of Hamilton performance series presents
UNDER THE COVERS CABARET
Featuring Lori Yates, Shy-Anne Hovorka, Alejandra Ribera,
Queen Cee, Terra Lightfoot, NiLLA, Gina Milanese,
Charissa Pavlou and Jennifer Lockman
Art Gallery of Hamilton performance series presents an evening featuring established and emerging women singers performing their favourite cover songs in Under the Covers Cabaret on Friday, June 24 at 8 pm at the AGH, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
BEETHOVEN IN BURLINGTON
The 2011 Brott Festival begins with an orchestral mini-series, Beethoven in Burlington – this year increased from three concerts to four. All take place at 7:30 p.m. at St. Christopher’s Anglican Church, 662 Guelph Line (at New Street), Burlington, and feature the National Academy Orchestra, Maestro Boris Brott, and acclaimed guest soloists and conductors.
Tickets are $32; $27 seniors, and $10 students (plus HST) – or all four at a 15% discount. An additional $5 per ticket ensures a seat in the Reserved Section. More »
More Info THE TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC SESSION IS BACK!
As you know, our weekly session has moved to the Corktown on Tuesday nights. In addition to that, instead of the first Friday, we’ll be meeting on the first Sunday of the month for our Traditional Irish Music session, starting Sunday 5 June from 2-6, at the Pheasant Plucker on Augusta Street. Sample the Pheasant’s fine food and pints while we make music! More »
Alfie’s 6th record Sometimes the Rain has just come out and were having a concert at the Staircase Theatre to debut the new songs. This is an amazing soft seat venue and will be done completely Acoustic no Mic’s no PA just live. Nicole Christian with be opening the show. There are only 67 seats so get your tix today $15 or free with the purchase of a CD$20. More »
Friday, June 3, 2011 – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 4, 2011 – 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 5, 2011 – 2:00 p.m. More »
Clay & Paper Theatre requests the honour of your presence in Dufferin Grove Park on Sunday, June nineteenth for our most romantic Day of Delight to date! Our ninth annual celebration of love, courtship and desire will culminate in a real wedding that will be celebrated by all our fanciful festival revelers. Bring someone you love to beautiful Dufferin Grove Park for an afternoon of theatre, music, dance, installation and participatory works, including: Cardbordia, our beloved cardboard village, aerial dance, Punch and Judy’s puppet kissing booth, stilt dancing, storytelling, anonymous love letters to strangers, a stag n’ doe can-can, country love songs, and a musical bicycle parade – complete with giant puppets – that will deliver you to our very special Day of Delight wedding! More »
Fridays May 13/ 20, noon. Rachel Mercer plays two Bach cello suites per concert (pay what you can) @ you me gallery
Sunday May 15, 3 pm. Jenny Cohen mezzo soprano, Michael Rose piano @ First Unitarian Church, 170 Dundurn S. $10
From torch songs to rousing anthems, established and emerging female singers perform their favourite melodies. An evening sure to leave you breathless…
Featuring performances by:
Lori Yates, Shy-Anne Hovorka, Alejandra Ribera, Queen Cee, Terra Lightfoot, NiLLa, Gina Milanese, Charissa Pavlou
Special Guest Jennifer Lockman, Piano More »
THE BACH PROJECT
Rachel Mercer & the 1696 Bonjour Stradivarius cello
The Bach Suites
youme gallery, 330 James St N
1st 3 Fridays of May, noon
FREE ADMISSION – donations accepted for “5 at the First” Chamber Series More »
Steeped In Music Concert Series
Her latest album, ‘pink’, earned Diana Panton a nomination as the Favorite Jazz Artist of the Year at the 2010 Canadian Independent Music Awards (The Indies) and was a triple nominee at the 2010 Hamilton Music Awards winning for Best Female Vocalist and Best Jazz Album of the Year. Most recently, Diana was awarded the Silver Disc Award for Best Vocal Recording of 2010 by Japan’s Jazz Critique Magazine.
CHARLIE HUNTER – Wednesday April 20 – This Ain’t Hollywood
w/guest Sam Klass
17 highly distributed albums including Natty Dread, Ready Set Shango, Pound For Pound, Steady Groovin, Mistico, + new CD, Public Domain ||
has worked with everyone from Michael Franti, Dave Ellis, Jay Lane, Les Claypool, Norah Jones, Stanton Moore, Skerik, Bobby Previte, Christian McBride, D’Angelo, and John Mayer More »
Handel’s MESSIAH, featuring ARCADY
under the direction of the acclaimed composer/director Ronald Beckett
special Spring series including: Neil Aronoff, Gabrielle McLaughlin, Paul Earle, Lesley Bouza, Heather Plewes,
Ronald Beckett, conductor More »
The VOC Silent Film Harmonic will accompany “The Lodger” on Friday, April 15th, 8pm at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener. This 1927 classic is Alfred Hitchcock’s last silent film and considered his first ‘real’ movie; all the classic Hitchcock traits are there!
Tickets are $15 at the Registry or The Centre in the Square; at the door, $10 with a Food Bank donation. $5 eyeGO tickets are also available. More »
THE DINNER BELLES, SIMPLY SAUCER, MIKE TREBILCOCK, BUCKSHOT BEBEE, SPOILED ROTTEN, DYLAN HUDECKI, ELECTROLUMINESCENT have confirmed to perform, plus we are waiting for more confirmations shortly. $15 at the door. ALL Proceeds will be given to Japan Relief Victims via The Canadian-Japanese Cultural Centre. More »
The internationally acclaimed boy singers of LIBERA are to visit Canada for the first time in April. During their two-week concert tour, the youngsters, who are based in South London in the UK, will perform in notable venues in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Chatham-Kent, Hamilton and Guelph. If you have never heard the unique, heavenly sound of LIBERA, then prepare yourself for something very special indeed. More »
As you may have all heard, there was a fire in Jesse’s apartment building last week. Most of his stuff has been destroyed by the fire that happened in one of the lower units of his building. He has been forced to move out of the building and start over. Lets help Jesse get back on his feet and replace the items he lost due to the fire. Tickets will be available starting Friday for $5 each, and can be picked up at the bar. We will be having a 50/50 draw, as well as a raffle. More »
ART SONG TORONTO presents
JENNY COHEN mezzo soprano MICHAEL ROSE piano!!!!!
songs by de Falla, Shumann, Copeland and Bolcom
DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCESRESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY MAY 15 / 3 pm Â $10.
Sunday, March 6 / 3 pmÂ Â $10.
first unitarian church of hamilton, 270 dundurn st. south
5 at the first
Chamber Music Series
Yehonatan Berick violin
Rachel Mercer cello
Sunday March 13
3:30 p.m. (Doors open at 2:45 p.m.)
First Unitarian Church of Hamilton
170 Dundurn Street South
$15 adult/$10 senior/$5 students
Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts
Opera Workshop: General Auditions
for Mozartâ€™s Magic Flute
Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 4:30pm
Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts
126 James Street South, Hamilton, ON More »
One of Canada’s greatest singer songwriters, VALDY, plays at the
Spectator Auditorium next Sat. Feb. 19th Â 8pm. Â Tickets are $20 Â and
we are more than two thirds sold out. Â Here’s a video of him in
concert playing one of his big hits http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7HPCJpg824&feature=related
Tickets are available at www.thespec.com/scf or by phone at
905-526-3221. More »
The Killin’ Time Band presents: