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November Exhibitions

A new month always means a fresh batch of visual arts programming and this is going to be a busy one. Not only are seasonal show and sales in full swing, but there are pop-up events, fundraisers, and receptions to check out.

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A promotional photo of The Dungarees

The Dungarees

Continuing its Alberta Spotlight series, join the National Music Centre as it presents The Dungarees at the historic King Eddy. Don’t miss this evening with the Edmonton-based rue-grit country band.

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Office

A gorgeously directed and wholly intoxicating star-studded widescreen musical set around the 2008 global financial crisis, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Johnnie To’s Office.

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Free This Week

With the last full week of November upon us, Calgary’s best are rolling out the welcome wagon with free programming. Trust us, this week has some awesome events. Here’s what we’re checking out.

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A poster for Hey Ocean!'s upcoming concert

Hey Ocean!

After a three-year hiatus, Canadian indie favourites Hey Ocean! return with a new evolution of their energetic brand of west coast pop. And you can hear them live in Calgary thanks to the Calgary Folk Music Festival.

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A photo of the University of Calgary's hamber Music Program’s Guitar Ensemble

Guitar Ensemble

Part of the University of Calgary’s Chamber Music Program, join director Ralph Maier for an upcoming concert highlighting its Guitar Ensemble. It’s your chance to see graduate and undergraduate students perform.

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A photo of the University of Calgary's hamber Music Program’s Brass & Percussion Ensemble

Brass and Percussion

Part of the University of Calgary’s Chamber Music Program, join directors Gareth Jones and Rod Thomas Squance for this upcoming concert highlighting its brass and percussion students.

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A poster for Rocky Mountain High - An Evening of John Denver

Rocky Mountain High

Featuring John Denver’s original conductor/arranger, Lee Holdridge, and the Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra, relive the music that helped shape a generation. You won’t want to miss this amazing production.

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