Highlighting the diversity and intriguing overlaps of music styles found among 20th century icons and today’s most exciting composers, see saxophonist Timothy McAllister and pianist Liz Ames perform.
A synthesis of Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 and Radiohead’s album OK Computer, arranger and conductor Steve Hackman constantly challenges what is possible and permissible in his work.
With a kaleidoscope of musical talent, support the Calgary Rainbow Railroad Station assist refugees from countries that criminalize being LGBTQ2A+.
Playing the part of traditional troubadour with over 100 years of American ballads, folksongs, and melodies at his fingertips, Don Flemons has certainly earned his nickname—The American Songster.
A presentation supporting Family of Women and benefiting Making Changes Association, this special evening honours International Women’s Day with guest speakers, live music, and fashion.
With impeccable training and a brilliant musical imagination, see Steve Hackman conduct the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in Brahms’ First Symphony. Every seat in the house is a Tweet Seat for this concert.
Want to hear some of the best young classical musicians Calgary has to offer? Then don’t miss the 2019 Concerto Competition as music students perform with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.
As Wyatt Series Artists-in-Residence, the Kolsimcha Quintet has been hard at work mentoring Mount Royal University Conservatory students and you can see them live this March with the Calgary Youth Orchestra.
One of Africa’s most recognized musicians, don’t miss Malian pop icon Habib Koité as he is joined by Bassekou Kouyate and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.