Direct from London’s West End and Broadway the international hit show made its North American debut with an 8 week tour throughout Canada and the U.S during spring of 2015. The infamous show that has been seen by over 2 million people worldwide is introducing a brand new show for the 2016 touring season!
After the success of their highly acclaimed performance in May, the Broadway Concert Series returns to the Grand Theatre with “Stage Villains” the perfect Halloween Concert to haunt you this October! Be engaged by frightening villains and their soul torn victims singing music from Phantom of the Opera, Sweeney Todd, Jekyll & Hyde, Little Shop of Horrors, Wicked and many more! Featuring a live orchestra and performances from top Canadian and American talents!
David Woodhead is one of Canada’s most revered and accomplished musicians and he has assembled a who’s who of some of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting musicians. Together they combine jazz, world beat rhythms and layers of wildly imaginative sounds to create riveting compositions.
Juno Award winning jazz musician. Murley’s current trio, which now features Reg Schwager (guitar) continues this tradition of intimate, lyrical explorations of jazz standards. Often Guido Basso (trumpet/flugelhorn) joins the trio as a special guest.
The St. George’s Cathedral Evensong Choir, directed by Michael Capon, will sing a service of on Sunday October 29 commemorating All Saints, at the new time of 4pm. The choir will sing music by Herbert Sumsion, John Reading, and the anthem “O how amiable” by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca. Join us for an evening of spiritual refreshment.
KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: SILVERSTEIN (Burlington/ Post Hardcore/ Emo/ New Damage) + guests SEAWAY (Oakville/ Pop Punk/ New Damage), LIKE PACIFIC (Toronto/ Punk/ Pure Noise Records), CREEPER (Southhampton UK/ Punk/ Roadrunner), CEDAR GREEN
The Isabel welcomes back the Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Canada’s only Balkan-klezmer-gypsy-partypunk-super-band. Born on the streets of Toronto as a busking band in 2010, the original quartet of guerrilla-folk troubadours quickly amassed a battalion of troops armed with brass and bows, and started touring the world. LBO has been nominated for several awards, it is heralded as ground-breaking by international media, and has performed at international festivals across the globe. At their Isabel debut in 2015, they ended up doing a…