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“what if kids ran the world?”, Open Voices, Gary Rasberry, The Kitchen Gypsies

“what if kids ran the world?”, Open Voices, Gary Rasberry, The Kitchen Gypsies

Celebrate Summer Wednesday 6 June when Limestone District School Board, Blue Skies Music in the Community, Open Voices Community Choir, Gary Rasberry, plus “The Kitchen Gypsies” all team up to present “what if kids ran the world?” – a concert full of summer-fun songs and family sing-alongs. All 750 matinee seats are already filled. However, […]

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The Wilderness/Mara in the Mainsail/Onward Etc. At Musiikki

The Wilderness/Mara in the Mainsail/Onward Etc. At Musiikki

Tickets: $15 Doors: 7:30PM Ages: 19+   The Wilderness: Hailing from all corners of the globe, The Wilderness was formed in 2015 after a chance encounter between the original members at an open mic in Kingston. After just a single practice together, Jonas Lewis-Anthony, Karl Tombak, Sacha Lansky, Henry Lawrence, and Scott Goodwin began seeking […]

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Orchestra Kingston’s Season Finale, with Canta Arya

Orchestra Kingston with the Canta Arya School for Strings. The final concert of Orchestra Kingston’s season will have Canta Arya students performing Bach’s Concerto for 2 Violins, and will offer a number of original compositions for both groups, finishing with Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1. Saturday, May 12, 2018, 7:00 pm, at The Isabel Centre […]

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Melos Choir: “Sound Ground: Baroque Chaconnes and Ostinato Basslines”

Melos presents the 17th century version of Rock and Roll in our final concert of the season, where it’s All About the Bass! Renowned lutenist Michael Leopold joins Melos choir, soli, and instrumentalists with the mesmerizing bass lines in music of Bach, Lully, Rossi, Monteverdi, and more. Sunday, May 6, 2018, at 3:00 pm, St […]

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