She’s been dubbed one of the greatest singers of all time and now this American music legend is coming to Calgary. Mavis Staples plays the Jack Singer as part of Arts Commons Presents.
When you think of Wild Rose Country wind can often spring to mind. But, did you know, woodwind concerts are not very common here?
Twenty years after their JUNO award-winning debut and fourteen years since their last release, Metalwood returns with a new album and are coming to Calgary thanks to JazzYYC.
Get ready to enjoy the sun and extend your summer in East Village’s beautiful new plaza. Thanks to the National Music Centre, live music will be filling the East Village each Saturday until October 1, 2016.
Iconic and ready to rock once again, the King Eddy is back just in time for Stampede with 10 days of foot-stompin’ tunes as the historic venue is transformed into a pop-up country bar.
When the tagline for a spelling bee is sex, drugs and music, you know it ain’t going to be the kind you remember from school. First prize takes home a Sled Island wristband.
The Choir of the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer will be the visiting choir in residence at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, UK and are raising funds in advance of the tour.
Are you ready to Sled? Yes, we know that Sled Island doesn’t officially start until June 22, 2016, but this week you can get a head start at this free, outdoor show!
The final concert of Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s 60th Anniversary Season, Symphony of a Thousand: Mahler Eight, is not only a huge milestone, its also a very fitting send off.