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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!


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.


Die Nasty: <br>The Live Improvised Soap Opera
Die-Nasty The Live Improvised Soap Opera Returns for Season 26! Monday October 17, 2016!

This years theme is "A Renaissance of Machiavellian Intrigue" In the Reborn Varscona Theatre!

Venice, c. 1400. The Gabourgias and the Spinellis are but two of many douchal families spoiling, plotting, and conniving for power, money, golden baubles, ships, silks, spices... AND LOVE. All under the watchful eye of the most powerful sovereign on the face of the known world: The Douche of Venice.


Henry V
Shakespeare’s epic, complex and moving history of a young King’s triumph against all odds is brought roaring back to life this winter, in a rousing new production from London, England’s internationally acclaimed Malachite Theatre and Edmonton’s own Grindstone Theatre.


Annapurna
Twenty years ago Emma walked out on Ulysses, her cowboy-poet husband. But now Ulysses is in dire need of help and despite her better judgment Emma tracks him down to a trailer park in the wilds of Colorado


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.


Miles Davis Tribute Band<br> 
Ft. Brad Turner<br>
Birth of the Cool Meets Bitches Brew
A thrilling cast of 11 local musical stalwarts plus Canadian jazz icon Brad Turner present a weekend of music by Miles Davis celebrating what would have been Miles’ 90th year.


Jan Lisiecki
The Edmonton Chamber Music Society presents Alberta-born, celebrated young virtuoso pianist, Jan Lisiecki on January 21, 2017 at 7:30pm in West End Christian Reformed Church, 10015 149 St




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


Holiday Spirit Concert
Featured music and songs include pieces by great composers such as: K. Szymanowski, F. Shubert, A. Mozart, J. S. Bach, F. Chopin, and S. Rachmaninoff.


WinterTALES at Chianti Cafe
Following last year’s success, TALES Edmonton is delighted to return with Winter TALES at Chianti Café in partnership with the popular ‘Ice on Whyte Festival. It will be an evening of tantalizing stories and delizioso Italian food!


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.


Cory Weeds<br>with the Harold Mabern Trio
This quartet was put together by Canadian jazz impresario Cory Weeds to commemorate the 13th anniversary of his Cellar Jazz Club in Vancouver. Piano master Harold Mabern turns every performance into an informal master class regaling audiences with his first-hand account of jazz history and some of the best piano playing you will ever hear.


AfroQuiz Silver<br> Fundraising Gala
AfroQuiz by CCACH presents AfroQuiz Silver Fundraising Gala on January 28 at 6pm at La Cite Francophone, 8627 Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury

CCACH hosts the AfroQuiz Silver Gala to help raise funds for AfroQuiz’s 25th Anniversary.


Al Muirhead<br> Northern Adventure CD Release
Join 2016 Juno nominated trumpeter Al Muirhead for the release of his most ambitious CD project to date - ‘Northern Adventures – The Canada Sessions Vol. 1’. For the Edmonton CD release, Al will feature some special guests from the recording including long-time friend Tommy Banks on piano, Vancouver jazz giant Campbell Ryga on sax, and award-winning bassist Kodi Hutchinson. Watch out for some other special guests throughout the evening!


Alberta Children's Choir<br> Gala Concert
The Northern Alberta Children’s Choir is made up of some of the finest young choristers from northern Alberta. The Gala Concert represents the culmination of the choir's Edmonton residency under the direction of Ms. Glenda Crawford (Mississauga Children’s Choir).


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 Daniel Schnee Quartet:<br>Remembering Ornette
Saxophonist Daniel Schnee returns to the Yardbird Suite with his quartet after a twelve year absence, bringing a one of a kind evening of music to honor the life and memory of his teacher and friend, jazz icon Ornette Coleman.


Missae Breves
Debut concert by Edmonton's newest choir, performing music of William Byrd, Antonio Lotti, Anton Bruckner, and John Leavitt.


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


Harris Eisenstadt's <br> Old Growth Forest
"Poised as ever, Eisenstadt generates a rustling understory in which his rhythmic shifts and embellishments subtly prompt and push his colleagues." - John Sharpe, NYC Jazz Record


The Philosopher
The Alberta Baroque Music Society presents The Philosopher, a program of music by Mozart and Haydn.


New Works Festival 2017<br>
Night A
Launched in 2000, the New Works Festival is an exciting theatrical event that allows budding playwrights at the University of Alberta to connect and develop their work with directors, dramaturges, designers, and actors.


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


New Works Festival 2017<br>
Night B
Launched in 2000, the New Works Festival is an exciting theatrical event that allows budding playwrights at the University of Alberta to connect and develop their work with directors, dramaturges, designers, and actors.


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



Viva Dance Company presents "Sweet Nothings", at the Art Gallery of Alberta - Ledcor Theatre (2 Sir Winston Churchill Square) on Friday February 10 at 6pm and 8pm.

More information coming soon!


Jerrold Dubyk<br> 
The Latin Side of #Alberta Jazz
The Latin Side of #Alberta Jazz is an occasion to celebrate these riches. This night connects musicians from across the province to perform a style of the music that bridges different worlds as explored by the various artists on stage - music that is full of dedication, camaraderie and community.



Guitarist Dave Stryker and alto saxophonist Steve Slagle have collaborated together since the 1980's. Together with Downbeat Rising Star winner Jared Gold on organ and drummer Jamie Cooper, they will be bringing their burning New York sound to the Yardbird Suite stage.


Jazz at the Oasis <br> With Tommy Banks & Mallory Chipman
The River City Big Band is pleased to present the fifth Jazz at the Oasis concert with feature artist Tommy Banks and special guest Mallory Chipman.


Cultures of China<br> Festival of Spring 2017
The Chinese Benevolent Association of Edmonton presents Cultures of China - Festival of Spring 2017 on February 16, 2017 at 7pm at the Enmax Hall, Winspear Centre

More information coming soon!


Ah, Romance!<br>
A Revue of Song, Dance& Other Passionate Musings
An amazing company of artists bring a fresh new twist to some of musical theatre's most romantic moments. It's delightful new revue of song, dance and other passionate musings that guarantees to warm up the hearts of Edmonton.


Diana Braithwaite<br>and<br>Chris Whiteley
Diana Braithwaite and Chris Whiteley, "It's a rare and good thing when two talented performers join forces". Audiences, critics, and blues lovers all over North America and Europe seem to agree.
"Inspired by Memphis Slim, Memphis Minnie, and Tampa Red...Braithwaite and Whiteley have a beautiful way with a song" - Blues in Britain Magazine


Missoula Children's Theatre:<br>Treasure Island
Back by popular demand! Local K-12 students audition and rehearse to perform with the world’s largest touring children’s theatre. Shiver your timbers and X marks the spot on Treasure Island in this original adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s epic novel.


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.


Doug Organ's Actual Proof:<br> A Tribute to Herbie Hancock
Doug is back from a year in Paris and has assembled an immensely talented band to pay tribute to the very funky and hugely influential Herbie Hancock. “Actual Proof” is one of the tracks from “Thrust”, Hancock’s 1974 album. That period of Herbie’s career produced earthy, funky, yet often harmonically and rhythmically sophisticated music that ventures beyond the outer limits of post-bop but still sounds invigorating forty years later.


Faust Mask Theatre:<br>Little Big Frog
Faust Mask Theatre utilizes masks, puppets, poetry, music and comic dance to offer a quirky retelling of the classic Grimm’s fairy tale The Frog Prince. This is a heart-warming story of tolerance for others, self-acceptance, reverence for nature, and respect for all creatures great and small.



Movement and emotion mix in this program exploring movement in many ways – physical, emotional, and even generational. Kokopelli and Òran will be joined by Kikimasu and Shumayela. (Please note: Kikimasu appears only at the 2 p.m. concert, and Shumayela appears only at the 7 p.m. concert.)


Way North
Way North is the best kind of musical collaboration! The band brings together four musicians who love to use jazz and improvisation as a means of exploring folk and world music. You can hear the influences of a wide range of folk genres, including the blues, old-time, Balkan, Brazilian and Calypso.


Yardbird Suite Jazz Orchestra
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.


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.



You’ve never seen Chekhov like this. Aaron Posner’s bold and cheeky update of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull thrusts us into a country house where unrequited desire is drowned in equal parts alcohol and sarcasm. In true Chekhovian fashion, actresses, playwrights, doctors, and novelists bare their souls as they search desperately for the truth of love and art.


The Mommy Monologues
SkirtsAfire herArts Festival is proud to present the world premiere of The Mommy Monologues, a show about motherhood in all its joy, judgement, fear, risk and love. The Mommy Monologues breaks the stereotype of our idea of mothers, surprising us with 10 women, and all the men and children between them, each in life changing circumstances; a window into the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary situations, not so different from our own.


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
i Coristi Chamber Choir presents Dust to Dust on March 4 at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 10037 84 Ave

Rob Curtis, Conductor
Kimberley McMann, Assistant Conductor
Ariane Lowrey, Resident Accompanist

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

Of particular note is the world-premiere performance of "A Better Time Shall Come" by Christine Donkin - commissioned by i Coristi Chamber Choir.

Repertoire:
John Rutter, Requiem
Michael McGlynn, Jerusalem
Michael McGlynn, One Last Song
Mariano Garau, Parce Domine
Gwyneth Walker, I Thank You God
Christine Donkin, A Better Time Shall Come


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.


Edmonton Youth Orchestra<br>
March 5 Concert
The Edmonton Youth Orchestra performs on Sunday, March 5 at 2pm at the Francis Winspear Centre for Music.


Sing Strength<br>The Hands of Women
Presented in celebration of International Women’s Day; inventive music composed by – at the hands of – three strong women. Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus is honoured to be performing with Kathy Da Silva, and award-winning singer/songwriter Lizzy Hoyt (their own compositions; arranged by Brett Ludwig).


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.



Theatre at CUE presents Urinetown - The Musical from March 10 to March 19, Trish and Al Huehn Theatre, 7128 Ada Blvd


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.


Around the World in 80 Minutes
Mill Creek Colliery Band presents Around the World in 80 Minutes, with guest: Ukrainian Male Chorus of Edmonton.


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.


With a Voice of Triumph

Peter N' Chris and the Kind of OK Corral
Three time Canadian Comedy award-winning troupe Peter N’ Chris deliver big laughs in this off-the-wall comedy. Look for this popular sketch comedy troupe on Just for Laughs and on the Canadian Fringe Theatre circuit.


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.


Axis Theatre Company:<br>Hamelin: A New Fable
Enjoy a comedic, heart-tugging musical retelling of one of the world’s most endearing tales, The Pied Piper of Hamelin. For more than 40 years, touring across North America and the world, AXIS Theatre Company has amused, inspired, and entertained audiences of all ages.


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.


Oh Canada!<br> A Sesquicenennial Spring Celebration
Greenwood Singers celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary and the arrival of spring with Oh Canada! A Sesquicentennial Spring Celebration. The program will feature the music of Canadian composers, Healey Willan (“An Apostrophe to the Heavenly Hosts”), Ronald Hannah (“Song of Weeds”) and Stephen Chatman (An Elizabethan Spring) and arrangements of Canadian folk songs by Canadian composers, Keith Bissell, Harry Somers, and Donald Patriquin. The concert will include three madrigals for the coming of spring by the Elizabethan composer, Thomas Weelkes, and will close with selections from the iconic Canadian musical, Anne of Green Gables.


Story Theatre: Anansi's Gift of Stories
ANANSI is a favorite character in stories from Africa and Jamaica. He is sometimes a tiny spider and sometimes a skinny old man, but he is always involved in fun and adventures. In this adventure, all stories on earth have been taken by the sky god, and Anansi vows to return them for everyone to enjoy. Poor weak Anansi must complete three almost impossible tasks in order to free the stories.



Bella Voce Concordia Women's Choir presents A Wartime Talen Show, Dessert Concert on April 8.



Concordia Concert Choir presents Heritage: Concordia Concert Choir Home Concert on April 9.


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.


Scott Cook and the Second Chances
Scott Cook believes a song can change your life and your life can change the world. Enjoy an intimate evening of roots, blues, soul, and country songs and storytelling from three-time Juno award-winning songwriter.


Maria Dunn Trio
Maria Dunn returns to Northern Lights Folk Club for a concert to celebrate with two of the fine musicians who helped make her new recording: producer/violinist Shannon Johnson and multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah McDade.


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.


Rouge-Gorge<br>The Dress Writer
Brian Webb Dance Company presents Rouge Gorge on April 28 and 29, 2017 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. Note: This show has been rescheduled from its original December dates. Original tickets will be honoured at the door.


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.



Jubiloso! Bells of Concordia present Jubiloso! Bells of Concordia on April 30.



Shumayela, Kikimasu, and Tamariki take you on a journey to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday!



Mill Creek Colliery Band presents Last Night of the Proms, May 6, 2017 at 7:30pm at All Saints' Anglican Cathedral, 10035 103 St



Vacilando and Òran, Kokopelli’s adult ensembles, explore voices that often go unheard in our community. This program will feature works by women composers and composers of colour.


Edmonton Youth Orchestra<br>
May 7 Concert
The Edmonton Youth Orchestra performs their Gala Concert on Sunday, May 7 at 2pm at the Francis Winspear Centre for Music.



Chronos Vocal Ensemble presetns Alleluia! May 7 at 7:30 pm at All Saints’ Cathedral, 10035 103 St

Sacred a cappella music by Canadian, American and European composers. Featuring magnificent Alleluia settings by J.S. Bach, Randall Thompson, Eric Whitacre and more.




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



Trunk Theatre presents Constellations May 25 - June 4 at the PCL Studio, Arts Barns, 10330 84 ave

On Sale January 1, 2017!



It’s a choir crawl! Back by popular demand, this concert takes you on a freeform journey between little-known Edmonton church venues along our city’s historic Church Street (96 St), ending up with a massed choir in the park.


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.



Concordia Community Chorus presents Canada on May 28.


ERS Main Series 1: Music Among Friends<br>Rescheduled Date
The Edmonton Recital Society presents Music Among Friends (originally scheduled for September 18, 2016 but postponed due to illness) on June 4, 2017 at 7:30pm at Muttart Hall, 10050 MacDonald Drive.


Follies
Walterdale Theatre performs Follies from July 5 to 15






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