Event Directory Search for upcoming events Picks and Previews Plan ahead to check out these not-to-be-missed events All Theatre Dance Music Film & Media Visual Art Literary Festival Promotion Free Music Paul Goble’s The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses comes to life on stage | Image: Courtesy of Calgary Pro Musica Feb. 5, 2017 The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses Beloved children’s book comes to life in this Alberta premiere Amy Jo Espetveidt Location Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary 206 University Court NW Price $12 - $15 Buy Tickets Paul Goble’s award-winning children’s book comes to life as Cantaré Children’s Choir and JUNO-nominated Land’s End Ensemble join together for this Alberta premiere. The story of a young girl who has a deep affinity for wild horses is brought to life with music written by Bruce Adolphe and puppeteering by Dean Burnham. “We are excited to be bringing this story of a Indigenous girl and her love for horses to Alberta for the first time, it will be thrilling to see what happens when two of Calgary’s top musical talents collaborate,” says Calgary Pro Musica Artistic Director Dean O’Brien, in a statement. Children are invited to come early to enjoy the craft room and stay after for the free cookie reception. The show is recommended for ages five to 12 but has been created with the entire family in mind. Check out The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses at one of its two performances on February 5, 2017 at the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary (206 University Court NW).