The Vocal Academy program is a supplement to private voice lessons, focusing on the educational needs of the developing singer and offering large and small ensemble performing experience.
Brad’s ProArts@Noon concert will feature a variety of solo guitar music from the Old World, New World, and even from Saskatchewan!
As a writer and recording artist Johnny has received much critical acclaim as the recipient of 7 Global Music Awards for his discography of 5, nomination for an AMPIA award for best original film score for Burlesque Assassins, and YYCMA nomination for Jazz Artist of the Year 2016.
His proficiency on numerous keyboard instruments such as piano, electric piano, organ, accordion, and synthesizers, has enabled him to carve a niche in the Alberta music scene as an eclectic performer and in demand session musician.
The Emerging Artist Development Program is intended to benefit Canadian singers who have completed advanced or graduate-level training at a music school, conservatory or university opera program.
There is no concert scheduled for Wednesday, April 12 as the ProArts@Noon Concert Series will be taking a break during Easter week!
Collegium Musicum is the University of Calgary’s ensemble dedicated to the study and performance of early music (usually meaning music from Bach’s time and before.)
These two artists have frequently performed together for Calgary's COWTOWN Opera, and bring their mutual love for music and song to the ProArts Concert Series.
In celebration of International Storytelling Day (March 20th) veteran Calgary storyteller Karen Gummo teams up with Scottish storyteller Calum Lykan and pianist Cheryl Cooney.
The Wild Rose Trio was formed in the spring of 2016 when Liz, Julie and Mary realized a burning need to get together and play chamber music.
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