Full of great performances reimagined with that unique Revv52 twist, hear music from The Beatles, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Coldplay, Eagles, Bowie, Elvis, Prince, U2, and many more.
Synth-fuelled rockers Soda Pony are the perfect antidote to a frosty winter evening. Hailing from Whitehorse, Patrick Hamilton and Aiden Tentrees balance a full sound with just two musicians. Ryland Morantz opens.
Two of the most lyrically expressive instruments, cellist extraordinaire Olena Kilchyk and pianist Kathleen van Mourik will enchant you with this rich and exotic program of songs without words.
Quartetto Gelato—the highly unusual classical quartet with oboe, cello, accordion, and violin—brings Amore to the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts.
Eileen Kosasih’s Classical Revolution returns to the King Eddy this January with violinist Evgueni Aleexev. Come experience a unified and tantalizing sound that will put classical compositions at the top of your playlists.
Bringing his talent and signature sound to swing standards, ballads, rockabilly hits, and Chicago gutbucket blues, Duke Robillard is a musician of startling versatility. Don’t miss this night of unplugged brilliance.
Secured firmly in the next generation of up-and-coming American conductors, Sarah Hicks leads the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra for this tribute to great film scores and composers.
Original Eddy bluester Thomas T Blues returns to the legendary Calgary stage for a night of soulful R&B with a kick of groovy blues. Complete with a red-hot horn section, this concert is sure to get you up dancing.
Live music fans and comic aficionados won’t want to miss internationally touring nerd-rock artist Kyle Stevens as he makes a stop at the King Eddy. Local artist Greyscreen opens this Thursday night concert.