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Toronto Children’s Concert Choir & Perfoming Arts Company...
The Registry Theatre presents Toronto Children’s Concert Choir & Perfoming Arts Company Black History Month Toronto Children’s Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company (TC3) is more than a choir. Bringing together young people ages 7 to 18...More Info
Lost & Found Theatre
DOUBT, A PARABLE
Sister Aloysius suspects that Father Flynn is paying too much attention to one of the boys in the parochial school where she serves as principal. This Pulitzer prizewinner is a study in moral complexity with the structure of an old-fashioned detective drama.
March 22-25, 28-April 1 @ 8 pm
March 25, 26, and April 1 @ 2 pm
March 31 @ 10:30 am
Instruments of Happiness Guitar Quartet
Numus’ Main Series presents Tim Brady’s new electric guitar quartet, “Instruments of Happiness”, on its inaugural tour. Featuring new works by Emily Hall, Scott Godin, and Tim Brady, this concert seeks to explore Brady’s vision of extending the boundaries of the electric guitar, treating this project as the next step in the evolution of the instrument.
Monday April 3, 8 pm
Tickets: $30, $20 Seniors/Arts Workers, $10 Students
The May Court Club of Kitchener-Waterloo
Tim Louis: Up Close and Personal
Proceeds will support Grand River Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit’s Music Therapy Program.
Reception sponsored by Bill and Judy Proctor.
Wednesday April 5, 7:30 pm
Tickets: $35 (includes complimentary refreshments)
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The Registry Theatre
Homegrown Canadian Bluegrass
Canada’s dynamic new-generation bluegrass. With roots in the classic sounds of Bill Munroe and Flatt & Scruggs, the Slocans are the beating heart of bluegrass North. They have quickly become a leading light on Canada’s roots music scene, with energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship, and authentic bluegrass harmonies.
Friday April 7, 8 pm
Call 519-578-1570 or Buy Tickets Online
The Old Chestnuts Song Circle and The Registry Theatre
Quebec’s Dave Clarke, Ellen Shizgal and Tod Gorr return to Folk Night. Striking original material and a fresh acoustic sound have made Steel Rail a favourite of fans and critics over the last two decades. The Quebec band’s three albums have received rave reviews. Dave, Ellen and Tod have also been acclaimed for their lush harmonies, Dave’s stellar picking – he’s been hailed as one of Canada’s best acoustic guitarists – and a sound that gets its sensibility from folk, and its soul from bluegrass and old-style country. Steel Rail played for us in March of 2007 in our very first Folk Night season. Welcome back.
Saturday April 8, 8 pm
Tickets: $18 in advance, $20 at the door
Call 519-578-6298 or Buy Tickets Online
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