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Save the date!!! You don't want to miss this one - 3 bands messing up the Living Room (in a good way) on April 19 - friends all together, so bring more! Special guests, great music, support local artists, don't miss it!! $10 at the door, come and get it :)
Atlas: Empire, from Glasgow, SCOTLAND, are making their Kingston debut, with local heavies Beta 58's and Some Giant adding some kick! Show starts at 9:30pm for those who gotsa work the next morn, but for those who don't you will get to rock out for the rest of the night with a rare set from DJ Weave. No Cover. Lots Of Action.
R&B-Soul artist Rufus John is proud to announce his “Soulful & Intimate” tour hitting cities across Ontario this spring. Rufus will be performing at local venues where he will be sharing the stories and personal influences behind previous hits, as well as unheard tracks off of his upcoming sophomore album, “Gone But Not Forgotten”, set to release in June 2018. No stranger to the music scene in Canada and abroad, the artist is best known for hits such as, “Hold…
Kingston’s Electric Circuits Festival of Electronic Music and Digital Art is BACK, April 20-21st! Explore cutting-edge sounds and sights over 2 nights of music and art at the second annual festival. Each year we showcase diverse artists working in the intersection of music, visual art and technology in Canada. Tickets $20 per night Available on EventBrite and at the door! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/electric-circuits-2018-tickets-44030104227
Four piece rock cover band based out of Kingston Ontario. Playing 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today with more emphasis on classic …rock from the 80’s. Each member enters the stage with more than 20 years of music and live playing experience. We play music from “Our Time” so we know the music we play inside and out. We play with feeling, soul, heart, and pride. Unlike many bands KnucKel HeD has four lead vocalists producing thick and rich harmonies differentiating…
The Royal Canadian College of Organist Kingston Centre presents a Hymn Festival on Saturday 21 April at 3pm at St. George's Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. The festival will include brass and organ accompaniment, a massed choir, and new and old favourites for all to sing. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering in support of the RCCO organ scholarship program. For information visit www.rcco-kingston.org, or contact email@example.com or 613-548-4617.
Explore cutting-edge sounds and sights over 2 nights of music and art at the second annual festival. Each year we showcase diverse artists working in the intersection of music, visual art and technology in Canada.
An inspiring story of independence matched with Bizet’s unforgettable music! In this age-appropriate adaptation of the famous opera, Carmen is a feisty little girl with a sad past, and a newcomer to this country. When Tory Adair, the “coolest kid in school” tries to bully her, she stands up to him. Through Carmen’s story, we look at the immigrant in Canadian society, the child who is different, schoolyard bullying, personal independence and the saving properties of art. With Bizet’s bewitching,…
The St. George's Cathedral Evensong Choir, directed by Michael Capon, sing a special service of Choral Evensong commemorating St. George on Sunday April 22 at 4pm. The choir will sing music by Herbert Brewer, Harrison Oxley, and the anthem "I was glad" by C.H.H. Parry. 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.
Mondays are for Jazz! Every Monday from 7pm-11pm, upstairs at Musiikki Cafe. Pay what you can, by donation to the musicians.
This Baroque and Beyond program is embodied by the velvety smooth voice of Suzie LeBlanc who is one of Canada’s most sought-after early music sopranos. Her poetry is enhanced by the brio and bold improvisations of the five musicians of Constantinople, a diverse Montreal group inspired by the ancient city illuminating East and West. This is a joyful and salutary delirium for music lovers enjoying the music of Monteverdi, Kapsberger, Merula, Strozzi, Rossi and more!