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Hey Ladies!
Hey Ladies! is Edmonton’s premier comedy, info-tainment, musical, game, talk show spectacular that’s suitable for ALL sexes!


Better Living - Fundraiser
Experience the power of music. The Sturgeon Foundation is proud to welcome Senator Tommy Banks to its first annual fundraiser, Thursday September 29 at St Albert Inn and Suites, 156 St Albert Trail.


Witness to a Conga
One of the most anticipated revivals in Teatro history! A young man’s fiancée asks “Should we have a conga at our wedding reception?”, thereby igniting a powder-keg of family secrets and a chain of explosive recollections and revelations.


Clown Short Series 1
A part of the Edmonton Clown Festival! Featuring: Heavy Sleeper, Tootah in Fixing By Doing, and A Boy and His GoodBye


Butt Kapinski
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


New Moon Folk Club<br>
2016/2017 Season Passes
New Moon Folk Club passes are available for all nine shows in their 2016/2017 Season. All shows at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


Me Mullet
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra
The New Moon Folk Club presents Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra on Friday September 30 at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Ave


Albert Vila Quartet<br>
ft. Jaclyn Guillou
Albert Vila will be presenting music from his brand new fourth album "The Unquiet Sky", recorded in New York, released on Fresh Sound New Talent. The disc features Aaron Parks, Jeff Ballard and Doug Weiss. For this tour, Vila has assembled a group of Canadian players featuring Juno-nominated vocalist Jaclyn Guillou


In The Blue Evening
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


Clown Short Series 2
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


The 11 O'Clock Number
The 11 O’Clock Number! presents 90 minutes of improvised comedy entertainment that unveils scenes, songs, and production numbers completely off the cuff to create a brand new musical based on audience suggestions.


Double Bill: Boom Boom Vs The Uncommon Colds and Pride & Pre-Jeu-Dice
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


Krzysztof Jablonski - Piano Recital
Krzysztof Jablonski is the laureate of numerous top prizes of international piano competitions including the 3rd Prize in the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, 1985. He is an active performer as a soloist with many orchestras on the stages of prestigious concert halls in Europe, America, Asia and Israel, as well as a solo and chamber music recitalist.


Grant Stewart Trio
Grant Stewart plays as much tenor saxophone as anyone, anywhere. He could be the reincarnation of the Sonny Rollins of the fifties, but he has parlayed this into his own distinctive sound. His muscular approach and deft use of space are enhanced by his unique sense of swing.


Public Art Bus Tour
Join the Edmonton Arts Council for an afternoon celebrating public art in the heart of Edmonton. We will tour the public art treasures at Rogers Place Arena, the Quarters Downtown, and conclude at Michael Phair Park with a community celebration.


High Tea
HIGH TEA guests will sip quality teas from Acquired Tastes, nibble on sweets from Duchess Bake Shop, while Floating Butlers serve cucumber sandwiches and Aerialists pour Champagne. Spectacular performances and hilarious tea leaf readings included!


Edmonton Clown Festival Cabaret
Do you remember how to play? Did you ever take a mundane place and in your mind it became any place you wanted it to be? Was there a time when you took in the world without pretence and you just lived in the moment? This is where the clown lives: joyful laughter, honest commentary, biting criticism. The clown is unfettered in its ability to express.

The inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival will be held at the beautiful L'UniThéâtre at La Cite Francophone in Edmonton, from September 29th through October 2nd, 2016.


10 Out of 12
In this wry and engaging inside look at the makings of a play, the curtain is pulled back on a world unfamiliar to the public, yet very familiar to all practitioners of theatre – a technical rehearsal. It lovingly reveals the wonder, whimsy, and boredom found in those magical hours in the darkness associated with the process of teching a play. An immersive experience that turns the tedious process of creating illusion into moments of humour, beauty, and strangeness.


The Media Challenge
Hosted by comedian Kerry Unger, starring Atomic Improv, and depending on how many chicken out, featuring a dozen local media personalities attempting stand-up comedy for the first or second time.


ATB Financial<br>
Ladies' Night Gala
This is the ultimate ladies night sure to appeal to both sexes. Thursday, October 6th, 7:30pm at the ATB Financial Arts Barns - 10330 84 Ave NW.


Best of the Fest Gala
Rondell Sheridan (The Tonight Show, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Late, Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and ‘That’s So Raven’) headlines this blockbuster line-up of the best of the fest from the past five years.


Tom Arnold - Up Close & Personal
Arnold cornered the market on playing the resident comic relief in films like “NINE MONTHS” with Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, and Robin Williams, “TRUE LIES” with Arnold Schwarzenegger, “HERO” with Dustin Hoffman, and “AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY” with Mike Myers. Arnold will next be seen in his 72nd film, Stephen Gyllenhaal’s quirky political comedy “GRASSROOTS”, Tyler Perry’s “MADEA’S WITNESS PROTECTION” and “HIT AND RUN” with Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper. He helped put Fox Sports Network on the map with his hosting duties on “BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW PERIOD.” Arnold currently hosts CMT’s “MY BIG REDNECK WEDDING” and “MY BIG REDNECK VACATION”


Cabaret Series starring Mike Dambra
All these acts began their careers in bars and made their way to national television and international stages and this is your chance to see where they started. If you like your comedy served with draft beer and chicken wings this is the venue for you.


The Worst Pop Band Ever
With influences ranging from Wayne Shorter to Levon Helm to J Dilla, The Worst Pop Band Ever is a Toronto-based quintet that tries to combine a love of improvisational jazz and indie pop. Together, whether it’s blending acoustic bass with turntables or analog synths with the saxophone, the WPBE sets out to twist and bend both originals and covers, straddling genres and butting heads with expectation.


Comedy Unleashed Gala
Comedy Unleashed Gala - starring Tom Arnold with Andrew Grose, Kevin Stobo, Shayma Tash, Frank Spadone, and Mile Dambra


Cabaret Series starring John Wing
All these acts began their careers in bars and made their way to national television and international stages and this is your chance to see where they started. If you like your comedy served with draft beer and chicken wings this is the venue for you.


Rondell Sheridan - If You're Over 40<br>
and You Know It, Clap Your Hands!
From the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson to Jay Leno, to Late Night with Conan O’Brien, to the Late, Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and several Showtime and Comedy Central specials in-between, Rondell has done it all. He’s probably best known as Chef Victor from Disney’s ‘That’s So Raven’ (At least that’s how our producer’s daughter knows him) but he has also appeared in over 200 half hour television sitcoms, from shows like NBC’s Minor Adjustments to Cousin Skeeter, and Cory in the House! This is Rondell’s third appearance at our festival and we’re happy to have him back.


Date Night Gala
Date Night Gala - starring Louis Ramey with Monique Marvez, Atomic Improv, Maryellen Hooper, and Big Daddy Tazz.


Tom Arnold Gala I
Just like his past film and television comedy work, Tom Arnold is a ball of chaos and charisma on stage. No one is quite sure what to expect on any given night. We can guarantee you it’ll be a great show, and that it will also feature eight-time Just for Laughs performer Andrew Grose and host Kerry Unger.


John Wing:<br>There Could Be a Pony
A semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent, John Wing's comedy career spans over two decades and includes six Tonight Shows, nine Just For Laughs Comedy festivals, five Winnipeg Comedy festivals, and over 150 television appearances.


Cabaret Series starring Rondell Sheridan
All these acts began their careers in bars and made their way to national television and international stages and this is your chance to see where they started. If you like your comedy served with draft beer and chicken wings this is the venue for you.


West My Friend & Union Duke
Northern Lights Folk Club presents West My Friend and Union Duke on October 8.


Tarana
Tarana is an exciting and ground-breaking trombone/synth duo that blurs the boundaries between the electronic and the acoustic, while blending a vast array of influences, ranging from jazz to juke to Bollywood.


Tom Arnold Gala II
Arnold cornered the market on playing the resident comic relief in films like “NINE MONTHS” with Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, and Robin Williams, “TRUE LIES” with Arnold Schwarzenegger, “HERO” with Dustin Hoffman, and “AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY” with Mike Myers. Arnold will next be seen in his 72nd film, Stephen Gyllenhaal’s quirky political comedy “GRASSROOTS”, Tyler Perry’s “MADEA’S WITNESS PROTECTION” and “HIT AND RUN” with Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper. He helped put Fox Sports Network on the map with his hosting duties on “BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW PERIOD.” Arnold currently hosts CMT’s “MY BIG REDNECK WEDDING” and “MY BIG REDNECK VACATION.”


Andrew Grose:<br>
Idiot's Guide to Marriage
Andrew Grose is a Canadian comedy veteran with some of the most impressive credentials in the country. With almost 25 years in the business, Andrew has appeared at Just For Laughs eight times as well as multiple times at the Halifax, Moncton, St. John, Medicine Hat and Winnipeg Comedy festivals. Andrew has shared the stage with Joan Rivers, Dave Thomas and Rob Schneider.


Red
Red
Walterdale Theatre presents John Logan's Red from October12-22, 2016.


Birds of Chicago
The New Moon Folk Club presents Birds of Chicago at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


Tommy Banks and Tim Tamashiro
Spend an evening with old pals, the renowned vocalist and CBC Radio ("Tonic") host Tim Tamashiro, and the veteran piano accompanist Tommy Banks. Together they reminisce about their musical times, and perform hits - and a few misses - from The Great American Songbook



Tragicomedy “Cantata for Four Wings” (or “Angels Comedy") by Robert Brutter – Played in Polish subtitled in English; Author - Robert Brutter- real name Andrzej Grembowicz, He is well known as scenography writer for tv movie (Rancho), and TV theater plays. It is the story of an ordinary girl in an extraordinarily tough situation. She has just lost her family and job and feels lonely and helpless, and the only solution seems for her to commit suicide. The great tragicomedy with comic scenography.


Samuel Blaser Quartet<br>
Tribute to Jimmy Giuffre
This is probably the only solo trombone tribute to Jimmy Giuffre - as wonderful as it is unexpected. Samuel Blaser honors the intelligence and the concentration of the listener. The quality of his musical mind and his virtuosity are extraordinary.


The Irrelevant Show
CBC's The Irrelevant Show returns on October 21!


Conference Call
Conference Call is a new quartet featuring the exciting German woodwind virtuoso Gebhard Ullmann the established piano/bass collaboration of Michael Jefry Stevens and Joe Fonda and the highly individual percussion stylings of drummer Dieter Ulrich. The quartet features original music from each member of the group and utilizes the distinctive improvisational and textural talents of each of the four members.


Intriguing Melodies
Discover a fascinating evening with a blend of pop, jazz, international, and Chinese music, featuring wind instrument master Yazhi Guo, Erhu master Tao He, and conductor Chih-Sheng Chen, accompanied by 30 musicians from Taiwan and Toronto, joined by 30 local musicians. Don't miss this!


Jazz at the Oasis
The River City Big Band performs with special guest Wayne Bergeron at the Oasis Centre.


Walterdale Theatre<br>
2016-2017 Season Subscriptions
Walterdale Theatre Associates is one of the longest running community theatres in Western Canada. All those who work on our shows are members of the Association, and with the exception of a part-time theatre Administrator, no one is paid. We do it for Love, not Money!

Subscriptions are $100 for Adults and $90 for Seniors 65+, plus applicable fees. All evening performances are at 8pm at the Walterdale. Sunday matinees are at 2pm.


Jez Lowe with Opener Chloe Albert
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Jez Lowe with Opener Chloe Albert on October 22.


Parker Abbott Trio
The Parker Abbott Trio is a keyboard-centric group of Toronto based musicians exploring the intersections between two pianists and a drummer, and using a huge sonic palette to do so.Using a plethora of keyboard instruments and a pan-stylistic approach to composition and improvisation, the trio has created an utterly original, multi-faceted jazz group


Bach
Alberta Baroque Music Society presents Bach at the Robertson Wesley United Church 910209 123 St), on October 23, 2016.


ERS Main Series 2: Martin Karlicek, piano
The Edmonton Recital Society presents Main Series 2: Martin Karlicek, piano, on Sunday October 23, 2016 at 7:30pm at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive.


Laila Biali Trio
Laila takes the best of pop, rock, classical, world and soul, informs it with her expertise in jazz, and weaves it into her musical arrangements and original songs. She is currently set to release a follow-up album of original music, expanding on her unique “ability to meld traditional jazz with contemporary pop so effortlessly that neither style seems out of place on the same record” (Spinner Magazine).


Overture: A Night with Charles Holt<br>
and the Scona Theatre Co.
The award winning Scona Theatre Co. will join Broadway star Charles Holt in a night of Broadway show tunes in Overture.

Charle Holt has starred in some of the most celebrated and spectacular productions in American theatre history including Smokey Joe’s Café, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Lion King. He was the first African American to play the role of ‘Rocky’ in the European tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Charles adds guest starring roles in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, All My Children, the award winning independent film Anne B. Real, and the thought provoking comedy, Ed’s Trip. The Scona students are thrilled to be sharing the stage with Charles for this event.


The Red King's Dream
Shadow Theatre presents The Red King's Dream from October 27 to November 13, 2016 at the Varscona Theatre, 10329 83 Ave.


Encounters
Citie Ballet presents Encounters at the Timms Centre for the Arts, 87 Ave and 112 Street, on October 28 - 30, 2016.


Alon Nechushtan Trio
"This is a superb, often hard-swinging and inventive piano trio with its own distinctive sound. The music is tight, spirited and filled with life, a more perfect piano rio would be hard to imagine” - All About Jazz


Praise Fest 2016
Please join Cornerstone New Testament Church of God in celebrating our 4th Annual fundraising Praise Fest Saturday October 29th, 2016 at the Old Royal Alberta Museum 12845 102 Avenue. With 8 musical praise and worship ministry teams from Edmonton & Calgary performing, it will surely be an evening of Celebration and Praise in the Lord.


Willie Jones III Quintet
With an unparalleled style of rhythmic expression, drummer Willie Jones III is one of the world's leading jazz drummers. In addition to honoring his monumental influences - the late greats Philly Joe Jones, Art Blakey and Billy Higgins - Jones' bold articulation and constantly innovative sense of swing are results of his life-long musical experience.


Spring Awakening
1891 Germany. A world where the adults hold all the cards, and do not spare the rod. Where the youth explore the mysteries of sexuality and the tumultuous path of adolescence. Based on Frank Wedekind’s groundbreaking and controversial play; Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik’s brilliant rock score and searingly emotional book take the story of sexual awakening, youth revolt, and self-discovery into a new century. Spring Awakening is a vibrant celebration of youth and rebellion.


Here's Nina
You'll see Edmonton's most vivacious theatre artists, plus hilarious cameos by surprise (and possibly surprised) celebrity guests in this sparkling tribute to all things Notable and Nina!


The Fabulous@50 Experience & Martini Party
Fabulous@50 Experience and Martini Party, Edmonton's #1 event for Baby Boomer women. Shopping, sharing, inspirational speakers, door prizes, swag bags to first 250 women and of course "martinis". And you can help others too – The Edmonton Dream Centre, Lois Hole Women's Hospital, and Suit Yourself are our charities of choice. Dress up like royalty, wear your pearls, gloves and hats and be a "Queen for a Day". Winner of the Stevie Award (Gold for Best Event - 2014) and finalist for Edmonton's Best Tradeshow (2016).


Peter Katz
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Peter Katz on November 5.


Iliana Matos, Guitar
The Edmonton Classical Guitar Society presents Iliana Matos, a distinguished Cuban Spanish guitarist and champion of Ibero-American guitar music.


Baroque Chamber Music Treasures
The Alberta Baroque Music Society presents "Baroque Chamber Music Treasures" at the Robertson Wesley United Church (10209 123 St) on November 6, 2016.


Lest We Forget...<br>
A Musical Tribute
In a touching tribute to the Canadian Armed Forces, the Cosmopolitan Music Society (CMS) fills the Winspear Centre (9720 102 Ave) with music, ceremony and colour. Presented by the Royal Canadian Legion, Lest We Forget… A Musical Tribute plays Sunday, November 6.


Tornado Magnet
SuperMom of The Wild Rose Trailer Court, Dotty Parsons, returns to the stage to continue her battle against mobile home-ophobia. Dotty aims to leave no souvenir cushion left unturned: rituals, diet, furnishings, collections, family and new to her life – winning the lottery. Don’t miss Darrin Hagen in this special anniversary production from Guys in Disguise.


How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
A satirical musical comedy from the “Mad Men” era, the story follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who climbs the corporate ladder from window washer to high-powered exec with the help of a little handbook called “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.”


Tom Russell
The New Moon Folk Club presents Tom Russell on Friday November 18 at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne CD Release
Hailed as "an artist bringing the piano back to the front ranks of contemporary blues," multiple-award winning blues, boogie-woogie and jazz pianist Kenny 'Blues Boss' Wayne is called "Blues Boss" for a reason. His musical career began in the 1960s and has continued to flourish for over 50 years with Wayne at the forefront of modern day blues piano practitioners.


<b>Edmonton Potters' Guild<br>
Annual Pottery Show & Sale</b>


i Coristi brings the aural and visual together in this concert of music that connects us to a variety of places and sights, from St. Mark’s in Venice, to the countryside of Estonia, to our own back door.


Sing Spirit<br>
The Heart of Handel
This all-Handel concert features beloved Handel choruses and arias from “Solomon”, “Rinaldo”, “Alexander's Feast”, “Xerxes”, “Messiah”, and “Chandos Anthem No. 9”. Guest artists include Edmonton’s brilliant Vaughan String Quartet, and inspired organist Jeremy Spurgeon.


Mallory Chipman CD Release
Combine the musical stylings of Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald, and Pat Metheny, and what do you get? "An old school jazz chanteuse with new school attitude" (GigCity.ca), Mallory Chipman is taking the jazz scene by storm with her powerful voice, evocative compositions, and fearless improvisation.


The Drowsy Chaperone
MacEwan University Theatre presents The Drowsey Chaperone from November 23 to December 3


Rotem Sivan Trio
Described by DownBeat Magazine as “a remarkable talent and a welcome new voice on the scene,” Rotem Sivan is taking the NYC jazz scene by storm. Sivan is a guitarist for the 21st century, with an international background and border-defying interests.Sivan’s approach to recording is unique and allows for the preservation of the soul and vibe of the jazz creation.


Wonder & Joy
Vocal Alchemy kicks off a 15th Anniversary Season with a performance of Ceremony of Carols, one of the first major works we ever performed, back in 2009. We’ll be joined by harpist Keri-Lynn Zwicker who has played with us for several holiday concerts over the years. Two shows at our now-familiar venue of West End Christian Reformed Church.


St. John's Waltz - The Songs of Ron Hynes
Northern Lights Folk Club presents St. John's Waltz - the Songs of Ron Hynes on November 26.


Hal Galper Trio
Galper's 21st-century series of trio albums, with bassist Jeff Johnson and Drummer John Bishop on Origin Records, incorporates his development of "Rubato" playing as a means of melding melodic lyricism with the rhythmic excitement and "sound of surprise" of the bebop tradition, deepening the jazz experience for musicians and listeners alike.


Yardbird Suite Jazz Orchestra<br>
with guest conductor Allen Jacobson<br>
Journeys: THe Roads Taken
The Yardbird Suite Jazz Orchestra is the big band in residence at Edmonton's Yardbird Suite. The YSJO is dedicated to supporting the creative and professional music development of its members and the awareness of big band jazz music through performance. The music is challenging, thoughtful, insightful and allows our musicians the freedom to express, explore and create.


Brandi Disterheft Trio
Canada's Brandi Disterheft is a Juno Award-winning bassist, composer, and bandleader whose music straddles the line between ebullient, straight-ahead jazz and genre-bending original compositions. Her stylistic palette includes contemporary jazz, big-band arrangements, and Latin rhythms


Danny Michel
The New Moon Folk Club presents Danny Michel on Friday December 2 at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


Turboprop
The band's sound is reminiscent to the hard swinging Jazz Messenger bands of Art Blakey, although they tackle a wide range of music; from Charlie Parker to Claude Debussy to Radiohead, plus originals from all the band members.


Walt Weiskopf/Peter Zak Quartet<br>
ft. Quincy Davis
Walt Weiskopf is a dynamic player with enormous technical prowess and he is equally well-regarded as a composer, with albums containing predominantly original work.
"Peter Zak can play musicality on the piano like nobody else, no doubt. But he’s also an expert interpreter, able to tap into the emotions of the story within the song — the goal of every jazz musician, and the primary role of the pianist." - Carol Banks Weber AXS.com


Music for a Festive Season
Alberta Baroque Music Society presents Music For a Festive Season at the Robertson Wesley United Church (10209 123 St) on December 4, 2016.


MacEwan Music Concert Series: Big Band Concert
Experience the energy and the sound of MacEwan Music’s renowned Big Band on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. in the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St.


MacEwan Music Concert Series: Showcase Band Concert
The Showcase Bands, among MacEwan Music’s high profile ensembles, perform December 6 at 7:30pm at the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St


Lady Windermere's Fan
Walterdale Theatre performs Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan from Decemeber 7 to 17, 2016.


Rouge-Gorge<br>The Dress Writer
Brian Webb Dance Company presents Rouge Gorge on December 9 & 10, 2016 at 8pm. Robin Poitras, a true Prairie dance maverick, collaborates with Governor General Award Winner, Rober Racine! They are brought together by the poetry of celebrated Regina architect, Clifford Wiens.


A Perfectly Frank Christmas<br>
ft. Tommy Banks and Jonny Summers with The Don Berner Big Band
Canadian Jazz saxophonist, Don Berner leads the Don Berner Big Band to present, “A Perfectly Frank Christmas”. This program will feature the big band with holiday favourites of Frank Sinatra and the styles of Harry Connick Jr., and is sure to become one of your family traditions!


Burning Bluebeard
By Jay Torrence and Inspired by a true story, Burning Bluebeard tells the tale of six singed clowns who emerge from the burnt remains of a theatre to perform their spectacular Christmas Pantomime. This time, they hope to finally reach the true happy ending of their second act and avoid the fateful fire that destroyed Chicago’s Iroquois Theatre in 1903. This Sterling Award Winning hit returns just in time for the holidays!


Ben Rogers
The New Moon Folk Club presents Ben Rogers on Friday January 13, 2017 at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


ERS Special: St Lawrence String Quartet
The Edmonton Recital Society presents the St Lawrence String Quartet on Saturday, January 14 at 7:30pm at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive.


Annapurna
Shadow Theatre presents Annapurna from January 19 to February 5, 2017 at the Varscona Theatre, 10329 83 Avenue.


Van Grimde Corps Secrets<br>Symphonie 5.1
Brian Webb Dance Company presents Van Grimde Corps Secrets, January 20 & 21, 2017 at the Timms Centre for the Arts. The celebrated hit of Montreal's 2015/2016 season will have its first performances in English speaking Canada.


Jan Lisiecki
The Edmonton Chamber Music Society presents Alberta-born, celebrated young virtuoso pianist, Jan Lisiecki on January 21, 2017 at 7:30pm in Convocation Hall, Old Arts Building on the U of A Campus




Jim and Penny Malmberg & Rosie and the Riveters
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Jim and Penny Malmberg & Rosie and the Riveters on January 21.


Jeffrey McFadden & Michael Kolk<br>
Guitar Duo
The Edmonton Classical Guitar Society presents one of this country's most celebrated guitarists, Jeffrey McFadden who was the second prize winner in the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America competition. Originally from Vancouver, Michael Kolk has became well-known for his duo performances with guitarist Drew Henderson.


Catherine MacLellan
The New Moon Folk Club presents Catherine MacLellan on Friday February 3, 2017 at 7:30pm at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue.


The Women of Folkways
Northern Light Folk Club and folkwaysAlive! present the Women of Folkways with Dana Wylie and guests on February 4.


The Philosopher
The Alberta Baroque Music Society presents The Philosopher at the Robertson Wesley United Church(10209 123 st) on February 5, 2017.


Bust
Several months after the Fort McMurray Fire, a controversial call at a Peewee hockey game propels two couples into dangerous territory. A darkly funny comedy about two families, whose lives are intrinsically tied to Alberta’s bipolar economic order.


Footloose
MacEwan University Theatre performs Footloose from February 8 to 18


Othello
Walterdale Theatre performs William Shakespeare's Othello from February 8 to 18, 2017.


Shari Ulrich and Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Shari Ulrich and Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman on February 18.


Slocan Ramblers
New Moon Folk Club presents Slocan Ramblers on February 24 at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Ave.


Reflections
Citie Ballet presents Reflections at the Timms Centre for the Arts, 87 Ave and 112 Street, from Feburary 24 - 26, 2017.


In Good Company
We look back at our 15 year performance history, bringing out some choir and audience favourites from the vault and polishing up some brand new items. This program will feature the great variety of genres and styles we love to sing. With special guests Ante Meridiem, and a guest rhythm section that will get toes tapping.


ERS Main Series 3: Caroline Stinson, cello<br>
Sarah Ho, piano
The Edmonton Recital Society presents Main Series 3: Caroline Stinson, cello and Sarah Ho, piano, Sunday February 26 at 7:30pm at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive.


Judicael Perroy, Guitar
The Edmonton Classical Guitar Society presents French guitarist Judicael Perroy, “A masterly performance, perfectly idiomatic, deeply and profoundly expressive, technically impeccable…” - American Record Guide


Mascall Dance<br>The Outliner
Brian Webb Dance Company presents Mascall Dance, March 3 & 4, 2017 at 8pm at the Timms Centre for the Arts, 87 Ave & 112 St. We introduce one of Canada's most imaginative dance makers, one who has proven herself over and over again to be a true explorer, always digging into new turf. Jennifer Mascall is a revolutionary who is fascinated between one form and another.


Dust to Dust
Themes of Ash Wednesday echo through this concert of Lenten reflection: music of creation and of death, featuring John Rutter’s beloved Requiem.


Contemporary Combo Concert
The Contemporary Combos draw from MacEwan Music’s best second, third and fourth year students. Join these dynamic musicians as they bring their talent and drive to a wide range of popular and jazz music.


Old Man Leudecke with Opener Ken Stead
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Old Man Leudecke with Opener Ken Stead on March 4.


MacEwan Music Concert Series: A Capella Ensemble/Jazz Combo
Come listen to our Pitch Perfect A Capella Ensemble as well as our outstanding Jazz Combo on March 5, 2017 at 2:00pm at the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St.


Sing Strength<br>The Hands of Women
Presented in celebration of International Women’s Day; inventive music composed by – at the hands of – women.


The Believers
In the midst of a terrible storm a couple offers refuge to the family next door. As exhaustion and irritation give way to the relaxing flow of alcohol, secrets and beliefs are revealed, and then challenged, when something unthinkable happens. Something unbelievable. As each person’s version of the event begins to fall apart and become clouded by suspicion, they turn on each other in a battle to understand the truth.


Soliciting Temptation
Shadow Theatre presents Soliciting Temptation from March 9 to 29, 2017 at the Varscona Theatre, 10329 83 Ave.


Blues Double Bill:  Joël Fafard  & Michael Jerome Browne
New Moon Folk Club presents Blues Double Bill: Joël Fafard & Michael Jerome Browne on March 10 at St Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Ave.


Prazak Quartet
The Edmonton Chamber Music Society presents the Prazak Quartet, distinguished for musical virtuosity that is rooted in a distinct Czech tradition. The concert will take place on March 10, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 123 St NW.


Guitar Band Concert
Listen to some of MacEwan University's best guitar players in a unique showcase of their talents. Guitar is the star instrument in this unique ensemble of multiple guitars, bass and drums.


Songwriters' Concert
This showcase for the singer/songwriter is an exciting platform for new music.

Under the direction of Robert Walsh, this concert highlights our talented composers and performers, and is always an exciting platform for new music.


Jory Nash & James Gordon
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Jory Nash & James Gordon on March 18.


MacEwan Music Concert Series: Percussion Ensemble Concert
The beat goes on! This dynamic group features a virtual cornucopia of musical instruments that are struck or scraped on March 19, 2017 at 2:00pm at the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St


ERS Main Series 4: John Tessier, Tenor
The Edmonton Recital Society presents John Tessier, tenor, on Sunday March 19, 2017 at 7:30pm at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive.


Into the Woods
MacEwan University Theatre performs Into the Woods from March 22 to April 3.


Leeroy Stagger
New Moon Folk Club presents Leeroy Stagger on March 24 at St Basil's Community Centre, 10819 71 Ave.


MacEwan Music Series: Showcase Band Concert
The Showcase Bands, among MacEwan Music’s high profile ensembles, perform March 25 at 2:00pm at the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St


Duo Flutes
Alberta Baroque Music Society presents Duo Flutes at the Robertson Wesley United Church (10209 123 St) on March 26, 2017.


New Orford Quartet with Cho-Liang Lin and Orion Weiss
On April 1, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 123 St the Edmonton Chamber Music Society presents a dream team of leading musicians from Canada’s major orchestras, the New Orford String Quartet will transport listeners to the romantic and atmospheric Impressionist Era with works by the most prominent French composers of the time.
They are joined by legendary Taiwanese-American violinist Cho-Liang Lin and sensational American pianist Orion Weiss.


Pharis & Jason Romero
Northern Lights Folk Club presents Pharis and Jason Romero on April 1.


Composition Concert (Year 3)
Join MacEwan University's talented third year composers for an afternoon of new music. Come hear our Composition Majors as they showcase their original music written for a wide variety of instrumental combinations and styles.


MacEwan Music Series: Big Band Concert
Experience the energy and the sound of MacEwan Music's renowned Big Band April 3, 2017 at 7:30pm in the John L. Haar Theatre, 10045 155 St.


Queen Milli of Galt
Walterdale Theatre performs Gary Kirkham's Queen Milli of Galt from April 5 to 15.


Thibaut Garcia, Guitar
The Edmonton Classical Guitar Society presents Thibaut Garcia, a graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris.


Irma Voth
Irma and her sister Aggie live a reserved life on a Mennonite colony in Chihuahua, Mexico under the dutiful watch of their father. When a famous Mexican filmmaker and his crew arrives to shoot a movie within the colony, the artists involved inspire Irma to seek out new ideas and bravely blaze a trail for her and her sister. Faced with an unsupportive community, the girls are driven to discover how to live life on their own terms


Boundaries
Citie Ballet Presents Boundaries April 21 - 23, 2017 at the Timms Centre for the Arts, 87 Ave and 112 Street.


Karina Gauvin, Soprano with Les Boreades de Montreal
The Edmonton Chamber Music Society is proud to present Canadian star soprano Karina Gauvin performing with musicians from Les Boréades baroque orchestra. The concert takes place on April 27, 2017 at 7:30pm at the Convocation Hall, Old Arts Building on the U of A Campus.


Art
Art
Shadow Theatre presents Art from April 27 to May 14, 2017 at the Varscona Theatre, 10329 83 Avenue.


ERS Main Series 5: XIA Quartet
The Edmonton Recital Society presents Main Series 5: XIA Quartet on Sunday April 30, 2017 at 2pm at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 10037 84 Avenue.


Handel's Water Music
Alberta Baroque Music Society presents Handel's Water Music at the Robertson Wesley United Church (10209 123 St) on April 30.


Vocal Alchemy<br>
15th Anniversary Gala
Our 15th Anniversary celebration will be a musical feast for the ears as we take our annual orchestral-work concert up a notch with a performance at the spectacular Winspear Centre. Music of Mozart for large choir, orchestra, and soloists will be paired with a variety of a cappella and accompanied selections, including the premiere of a newly commissioned work by Canadian composer Mark Sirett. We’ll be joined by our friends from Chronos Vocal Ensemble. Don’t miss this exciting milestone!


Sing Justice<br>
The Message of Movies
Featuring Carl Orff’s “O Fortuna” (with two pianos & five percussionists), stirring music from “Schindler’s List”, “The Mission”, “Henry V”, and more.


From Cradle to Stage:<br>
An Evening of New Work
Walterdale Theatre performs From Cradle to Stage: An Evening of New Work from May 15 to 20


Heaven & Earth
i Coristi Chamber Choir and Da Camera Singers team up to present a two-concert experience. On May 27 i Coristi will sing songs of Paradise, and on May 28 Da Camera will sing songs of nature and the earth, plus a joint performance at both concerts. Subscriptions include a ticket the May 27 concert, and a free ticket to the May 28 concert. Single tickets to Da Camera's May 28 concert can be purchased through the choir.


Follies
Walterdale Theatre performs Follies from July 5 to 15






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