“There are only a few people in Canada who experiment with flamenco the way Terracciano does...”— Cadence Mandybura, FFWD magazine. Rosanna Terracciano will be joined by David Matyas on flamenco guitar and Jonathan Lewis on violin, plus special guest vocalist (and Rosanna's lovely, dear aunt) Domenica Vizzutti.
Wordfest sparks lively, illuminating and meaningful conversations between Calgary’s readers and the world’s most engaging writers. Their year-round literary events culminate in a 10-day festival every October, and are programmed to inspire Calgarians to live more creative and empathetic lives. ProArts co-presentation features four Festival authors.
Ayush is one of the rare artists to have performed for His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Known today as the youngest well known sitar player in the world, Ayush truly is a Cultural and Diversity Ambassador of Canada.
Although there is no actual Festival this year, we are pleased to be presenting this Flamenco at Noon concert in collaboration with the Calgary International Flamenco Festival, as part of their yearly activities. Feature Flamenco Dancer is Anastassiia Moussatova who will be accompanied by Flamenco guitarist David Matyas and Pianist Mark Limacher
Morag and Sheldon will open to the complete spectrum of emotion, journey into each other’s expression and create music of only that moment for and with you, dear audience. Come join us. Be part of something extraordinarily beautiful
Cort Delano Bulloch‘s musical career spans over 10 years beginning with public performances supporting my first independent CD release in 2004. He began primarily as a solo singer/songwriter touring the cafe and pub circuits then to performing in folk club’s and festivals. Cort’s career moved into musical theatre and into choral work with Calgary’s Revv52, and most […]
Bruce has been a freelance performer and composer for over 30 years and has mixed his love of classical music with his interest in jazz and other creative musics throughout his professional performing career.
Calgarian soprano Brittany Rae, recently completed a Master of Arts in Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In June 2015, Brittany performed the role of ‘Pamina’ (Die Zauberflöte) with Lyric Opera Studio Weimar. She is accompanied by prize winning pianist Claire Butler, a graduate of the Royal College of Music, London UK.
Warm, passionate vocals contrast with the cold, digital tones of a Casio VL-1 synthesizer to create a sound that is at once soulful and soulless.
Allen Reiser is an ARCT Gold Medalist of the Toronto Conservatory of Music and has been honoured by Calgary’s Mount Royal College with a Distinguished Faculty/Teaching Award.
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