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PR – Academy Chamber Choir

with conductor Walter Martella and presented by Harmony Vespers. Concert is open to the public. Admission by donation.

Pender Harbour School of Music Coffee House

Please join us for a wonderful evening of exceptional music. Taking the stage will be Robin Atchison and Them Ordinary Things featuring Simon Paradis, Kaia Nielsen, Mark Lebell and Paul Dwyer. There is a $10 suggested minimum donation at the door for admittance. Coffee, tea and snacks will be served.

Songs of Nat King Cole

Miles Black (piano), Don Stewart (vocals), and Walter Martella (trumpet) sing the songs of Nat King Cole. Jazz up your Valentine’s Day with this trio!

The Davis Bay Hall Coffee House Stage

with Aline Deanna, americana country; Malcom Jack, surrealpacific northwest folk music; John Pa Rainey, country blues, ragtime kazoologist.

Coffee, tea and yummy snacks available so remember to bring some coins. Brought to you be people at ‘postrophe’ and Tenbear Pa productions.

$10 at the door.

Family Literacy Day Event with Rick Scott

Celebrate Family Literacy Day at a free children’s concert! The Sunshine Coast Literacy Coalition is hosting two performances by award-winning musician Rick Scott at 11 AM and 4 PM.

All are welcome, and admission is free, but preregistration is required. Visit www.sd46.bc.ca/fldcreg/ to sign up.

Rick Scott has performed over a thousand shows in schools, festivals and concert halls internationally and across North America. Over forty-five years, he has released eighteen albums, including seven for children, which have earned him three Juno nominations as well as numerous other awards. He is known for combining music with warm-hearted humour to create lively, participatory concerts for all ages.

This event is made possible with the generous support of the Sunshine Coast Credit Union.

CRS Concert: Zlatomir Fung, cello & Benjamin Hochman, piano

The first American in four decades and youngest musician ever to win First Prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition Cello Division, Zlatomir Fung performs with pianist, Benjamin Hochman, winner of an Avery Fisher Career Grant. Concert: 2:30 pm; Pre-concert chat: 1:30 pm.

CRS Concert: Nicolas Namoradze, piano

The Coast Recital Society is delighted to present pianist and composer Nicolas Namoradze in concert. Namoradze is the winner of the prestigious 2018 Honens International Piano Competition and the 2020 & 2021 Young Pianist Award by the UK Critics’ Circle. A January 2022 cover feature in International Piano declared Namoradze’s Wigmore Hall debut “astonishing,” concluding that, “with so many talents and interests it is impossible to predict what this young man will go on to do: all we can be sure of is that it will be both original and unexpected.” Concert: 2:30 pm; pre-concert chat 1:30 pm.

CRS Concert: Ensemble Made in Canada

The Coast Recital Society is delighted to welcome back one of Canada’s premier piano quartets, Ensemble Made In Canada (EMIC). The members of the group: Philip Chiu, piano; Elissa Lee, violin; Sheila Jaffé, viola & Trey Lee, cello, have forged outstanding individual careers and bring together a wealth of experience. EMIC previously performed their Mosaique Project from their JUNO-award winning album for the CRS in 2019. Concert 2:30 pm; pre-concert chat: 1:30 pm.

PR – Max Cameron: The Wardens

Rocky Mountain based band with stories and songs from the land they protected as Canadian national park wardens : Folk, Roots and Western.
$25 Tickets at the Peak or PRAM in person or CASH at the door and online at here.

FIVE ALARM FUNK! 20th Anniversary Tour – TWO NIGHTS at the RC Hall!

TWO SHOWS: Thu/Mar 2, Fri/Mar 3

Five Alarm Funk is a horn-powered, percussion-fueled, sonic and visual rave. The band is known for their epic live shows featuring wild costumes, electric choreography, & tight arrangements of Gypsy-Rock, Afro-Funk, Reggae, Ska, and Punk.
On stage, Five Alarm Funk are an unstoppable orgy of energy–eight musicians deliver intricate arrangements with melodic climaxes, while the four percussionists create a true spectacle. For twenty years, the band has brought their relentless and unforgettable live show to clubs and major festivals across Canada and the United States.

The Roberts Creek Community Association is proud to bring Five Alarm Funk to the Roberts Creek Community Hall!

Tickets – $30-40 SLIDING SCALE. All proceeds go directly to the RC Community Hall.

FIVE ALARM FUNK! 20th Anniversary Tour – TWO NIGHTS at the RC Hall!

TWO SHOWS: Thu/Mar 2, Fri/Mar 3

Five Alarm Funk is a horn-powered, percussion-fueled, sonic and visual rave. The band is known for their epic live shows featuring wild costumes, electric choreography, & tight arrangements of Gypsy-Rock, Afro-Funk, Reggae, Ska, and Punk.
On stage, Five Alarm Funk are an unstoppable orgy of energy–eight musicians deliver intricate arrangements with melodic climaxes, while the four percussionists create a true spectacle. For twenty years, the band has brought their relentless and unforgettable live show to clubs and major festivals across Canada and the United States.

The Roberts Creek Community Association is proud to bring Five Alarm Funk to the Roberts Creek Community Hall!

Tickets – $30-40 SLIDING SCALE. All proceeds go directly to the RC Community Hall.

PHMS present Clanna Morna

Skillful multi-instrumentalists present superbly crafted arrangements of Celtic traditional folk music. The high energy of this youthful ensemble promises you a finger snapping, toe tapping afternoon. A lively concert of vocal and instrumental music that will have you leaving with a smile on your face and chase away the January blues!

Phoenix Choir: Songs of Comfort and Joy

Suncoast Phoenix Choir presents their winter concert, Songs of comfort and joy! Join the choir for some wonderful holiday music, familiar favourites and new surprises and of course a sing-a-long.  Admission by donation.

A Special Time of Year – Pender Harbour Choir Concert

Join us for an evening of joy as we usher in the yuletide season with well-loved traditional Christmas carols, and original compositions by our Music Director, Kenneth Norman Johnson. Tickets ($20) available from choir members, EarthFair store in Madeira Park, and at the door.

Phoenix Choir: Songs of Comfort and Joy!

Shows at 2 PM Sat, Dec 17 at St. Hilda’s Church, Sechelt and Sun, Dec 18 at Calvary Baptist Church, Gibsons.

Suncoast Phoenix Choir presents their winter concert, Songs of comfort and joy! Join the choir for some wonderful holiday music, familiar favourites and new surprises and of course a sing-a-long.  Admission by donation.

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