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Honens @ Home

Things have dramatically changed in the way we live, socialize, and enjoy life. For many, music is not an option—it is essential. That’s why Honens is gathering concerts you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. And with new content added regularly, be sure to check back for more great music.

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Location: Online ArchiveFree
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Wonder Wednesdays

#AtHomeWithKardia is a series of Instagram Live shows and sessions, and Wonder Wednesday showcases one audible artist with one visual artist simultaneously each week. The artists are carefully curated to complement each other, and every week offers exceptional talent and makes for a great, free online show!

Showtime: 9:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Instagram LiveFree
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The Late Bloomer Show

Singer and songwriter Carolyn Harley hosts a one-hour Facebook Live show once a week, pulling songs from a long career of song writing to build a theme-based show that is light-hearted and interactive. Bring out your instrument, voice, and join in the singing each and every Tuesday morning. Tune in and check it out!

Showtime: 11:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Facebook LiveFree
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A Conversation with Peter Phillips

Calgary Renaissance Singers and Players present Peter Phillips of the Tallis Scholars in conversation with chorister Nicholas Žekulin. Hear about the differences between recordings and live performances, and the fads in early music performances over the decades.

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Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Tim Williams

ProArts Society presents this archived live-streamed concert featuring award-winning blues guitar singer-songwriter Tim Williams. Williams plays a wealth of string instruments, is known for his guitar skills, and his songwriting has won praise from the likes of Tom Russel and Willie Nelson. Tune in on-demand.

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Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Community Storytellers

The National Music Centre launches the online version of Community Storytellers, a new temporary exhibition that honours the music stories of the Alberta community, highlighting eight different community stories, of the more than 30 narratives included in the upcoming onsite exhibit. Be sure to check it out.

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Location: Online Viewing RoomFree
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Calgary Opera offers audiences unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the seldom-seen process of new opera development via a new documentary film series. This first of the Opera Labs projects series chronicles the creative journey of Namwayut, led by mezzo-soprano Marion Newman. Check it out!

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Location: Stream OnlineFree
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City Spaces: Fairmont Palliser

Calgary Philharmonic’s City Spaces concerts sees musicians recording solos and duets at some of the city’s iconic downtown buildings. This week’s performance features Kathleen de Caen on cello and Antoine St-Onge on bassoon at the Fairmont Palliser. Be sure to tune in!

Showtime: 7:30pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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SoundOff Summit Media Access in a Digital World

Music Calgary invites you to a live Q&A with Glenn Alderson to have your questions about media in a digital era answered. Presented as part of SoundOff Summit—music industry programming focused on sharing and developing digital strategy for artists and music industry professionals.

Showtime: 10:00am – 11:00am
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Matt Blais

With music as the vehicle, 2021 songwriter-in-residence at Calgary Public Library Matt Blais and his guests discuss lived-experiences, challenges, and triumphs in life and music. These sessions and collaborative performances are interactive, allowing viewers to ask questions and gain insight from this broadened perspective.

Showtime: 12:00pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Young Artists Debut Concert

Calgary Pro Musica presents four young Calgary musicians in the Dick Matthews Young Artists Development Program Debut Concert. Hear Calgary’s finest young talent showcased in this special event concert featuring music by Dvorak, Liszt, Chopin, Lalo, Prokofiev, Mozart, and Brahms.

Showtime: 7:00pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Cork and Canvas

Calgary Philharmonic’s annual fundraiser offers a week of virtual events celebrating music, art, and wine—bid on amazing experiences and unique items in our online auction, enjoy wine and art appreciation events from home, and join in an evening of music and entertainment at the virtual gala! Grab your tickets!

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Location: Stream OnlinePrices Vary
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Lennie Gallant

The pride of Rustico PEI, recipient of the Order of Canada, CFMA Artist of the Year, and a performer who plays sold out shows across Canada, Maritime music legend Lennie Gallant keeps going from strength to strength. Don’t miss the Calgary Folk Club’s presentation of this dynamic performer—grab your tickets!

Showtime: 7:00pm – 8:10pm
Location: Stream Online$20 - $30
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Dalla Porta d’Oriente

Songs of the Italian, Ottoman, and Persian renaissances are interwoven in an early 17th-century manuscript by the Polish musician and orientalist Ali Ufki (Albert Bobowski). Joined by Italian tenor Marco Beasley, Constantinople revisits the music of that period with Calgary’s own Early Music Voices.

Showtime: 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Postcards from an Imaginary Vacation

Calgary flutist Sarah MacDonald and Edmonton pianist Leanne Regehr take you on a journey around the world, featuring beautiful, easy listening music balanced with impressive virtuosity via live-stream. The musical program was selected to take you on a wonderful adventure.

Showtime: 7:00pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Love Notes Cabaret

The world is calling out for unity, for compassion and kindness—and Harpreet M Dayal is listening. Love Notes blends contemporary and South Asian sounds with poetry, creating an artistic balm to help you see your own story in others. Join Arts Commons Presents for the third installment of this popular showcase!

Showtime: 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Harp To Heart

Harpist Gianetta Baril has turned a huge van into a self-contained rolling concert hall. Join her as she celebrates the launch of her Harp To Heart Cross Country Tour with a performance featuring the Foothills Brass Quintet, saxophonist Jeremy Brown, pianist Mark Limacher, and soprano Hannah Pagenkopf.

Showtime: 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Location: Stream OnlinePay-What-You-Can
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Woolf’s Voices 31

An evening of poetry, writing, art, and music honouring the feminine—however you define that! Guest curated by Tereasa Maillie, enjoy poetry readings by Aldona Jaworska, Cobra Collins, Stephanie Hrehirchuk, and Adetola Adedipe, music by Joanna Drummond, and visual art by Janice Blain. Donations accepted.

Showtime: 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Stream OnlineFree
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Jeffery Straker

Calgary Folk Club presents classically-trained piano maestro and pop-folk-indie songwriter, Jeffery Straker who has a devoted international fan base, and has also played sold-out orchestral concerts. One foot might be on main street but Jeffery’s heart still belongs on the prairies. Don’t miss this live-stream.

Showtime: 7:00pm – 8:10pm
Location: Streamed Online$20 - $30


Contact Calgary Arts Development’s communications team at 403.264.5330 ext. 211 or by email at events@calgaryartsdevelopment.com.

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