Upbeat Jazz from the swinging ‘60s, Groove Syndicate brings our high energy music back to the RC Legion. Peter van Deursen Hammond Organ, Graham Ord saxophone, Budge Schachte guitar, John Rule drums. New tunes, great sounds!
Reconnect with your natural state of being.
Experience a moment away from the external stimulus of the day.
Relax and dive deep into the soothing sounds of deep didgeridoos, quartz crystal singing bowls, drums, vocals, guitar and more!
We are grateful to have special guest Laura Walker joining us with her harp, gong and other instruments.
This is an event to cozy up comfortably on a mat with a pillow and a warm blanket and relax into the sound frequencies.
Duration is approximately 90 min.
Ensemble for the Year – 2023′
Cuore Piano Trio played spiritedly, like a diamond ” – these words were use to describe the trio’s debut in the world famous Brahms Hall of the Wiener Musikverein in 2022. Spirited interpretations and excellent technique are one of the many assets of the ensemble, which make the trio unique and which draws ever greater attention of the European and American music industry.
The ensemble’s performances haven been broadcasted in the USA and the UK (The Epoch Times TV, Arizona Public Media Radio), Poland (Radio dla Ciebie, TVP3 Katowice, TVP3 Lublin), Finland (Yle) or Lithuania (TVP Wilno). The musicians collaborate with the EUFONIUM Publishing House as editors. They led to the world premiere release of the score of Franciszek Lessel’s Piano Trio Op. 5 in E major.
Enjoy finger pickin roots tunes from Joe in the newest venue right on the beach in front of the Watermark in Sechelt – playing from 5.30-7.30pm.
Call to book your table T: 604 741 6138 or email Jamie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and enjoy The Gibsons Public Markets first Neighbourhood Night on Friday, February 16th from 5-9pm! We will have live music, childcare, food and drink from Emelle’s Market Bistro, guest appearance from Chef Iyabo, extended hours on he merchant floor and aquarium, games, prizes and more!
Join us for a night of great live music, tasty treats and good company in an intimate and welcoming venue. Featuring Simbi + the witness, a singer, songwriter and guitarist with gypsy folk sounds with themes that are designed to elicit catharsis; the dynamic duo, ‘KaraVal’ featuring violinist, Karen Foster, and Val Rutter on piano and recorders. These women have both enjoyed extensive performing and recording careers in Europe and North America with musical styles varying from Folk to Film and Baroque to Bartok; novelist Rosella who has written, or co-written eight published books including her latest, A Dementia Caregiver’s Journey. Closing the evening Jacquie Allan and Wanda Nowicki combine their vocal energies, accompanying them is Anna Lumiere on piano and Tiffany Bowen on upright bass. Together these 4 women will celebrate International Women’s day through a short set with the music focusing on …. what else? LOVE!
Taco Tuesday at Salt & Swine
Every Tuesday get $3 Tacos and $5 Coronas.
From 5-8 We have a live set with DJ E-List
Always a good time!
Featuring African Food, African Music, African Culture, Music: Twyla Dawn.
with Marcus Mosely, Darlene Cooper and Bill Sample
Friday, March 1/Saturday, March 2, 2024
Friday 7:00 – 9:00 P.M. Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Saturday Concert: 4:00 P.M.
Ticket: $90.00 (Early Bird $80.00 until Feb 15) email to email@example.com
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE WORKSHOP?
-Music in the Air-History and tradition of Gospel Music (includes video examples of various Gospel singing); early Gospel sound to modern Gospel; Gospel/spiritual,blues, folk, jazz, funk
-Power of Music
-Power of singing and singing together (Singing connect us to our “insides” to others and to the world outside of us, being part of something greater than ourselves.
-Technique of Gospel Style singing
-Learning (by rote, no with scores) a number of Gospel style songs (4-6)
Suncoast Phoenix Community Choir presents its major fundraising event of the year! Tickets include a Rotary Club burger (Vegan, GF options available) plus extras AND Musical Entertainment by members of the Choir.
A bar will be available.
Additionally, there will be a Silent Auction (cash or e-transfer only) and a 50/50 Draw.
Come support your community choir!
Feb 2 & 3. Nico and Patrick deliver everything from classical piano raptures to bombastic boogie woogie, from romantic piano ballads to 80’s keyboard synth battles in their show Piano Heist! What ensues is a mishmash of theatrical wonder, comedy, audience participation, heartfelt stories, a pinch of history, and a world of musical madness. This is going to be epic and we hope our Powell River music and theatre lovers will join us.
Reflections Of Spain. An evening of Classical Guitar. Enjoy music from Spain including Albeniz and Sanz De La Maza, Villa Lobos and Machado from Brazil and more.
Early this month … usually the last Sunday of the month. Sign up spot is pretty rock solid. Or folk solid. Or poetry solid. Whatever your offering, we are here for you! All welcome!
$5 suggested (or pwyc)
The vibrant sounds of Delhi 2 Dublin with a fusion of Bhangra, Celtic, Dub, Reggae, and Electronica, featuring the Coast’s very own Serena Eades!
Friday night will be an all-ages show for the whole family! Doors at 6:30 pm, Show at 7 pm.
Saturday night, 19+ only. Doors at 8 pm, show at 9 pm.
Both shows will have alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverage options, along with snacks and treats. The Roberts Creek Hall is a fully accessible venue. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment for all.
Celebrate Family Literacy Day with children’s entertainer Penny Pom Pom and her friend Fae the Garden Fairy at a free musical multimedia stage show geared to those nine and under. Pre-registration is required at bit.ly/LiteracyDayRegistration.
In this magical show, Penny and Fae take children on a journey through the seasons as they learn all about the natural rhythms of planet earth. Kids are encouraged to sing along with fan favourites like “Dandelion,” “Take off your socks, it’s the Spring Equinox” and “The Pom Pom Song,” and find their own artistic inspiration in the world around them.
Hosted by the Sunshine Coast Literacy Coalition and supported by the Raise-a-Reader campaign and the Sunshine Coast Credit Union.
Thursdays to Jan 11 – Feb 29. New to ukulele? Join Jill Shatford for an 8 week course for new beginners where you will learn the basic chords and enjoy a fun group experience.
To register, visit the library, call 604-885-3260, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Showcasing the local music scene of the Sunshine Coast.