Equally at home with a variety of repertoire, Matthew has given several world premieres and is an avid proponent of new music. From Bach and Beethoven to Hétu and Andronikou, Matthew's performances are consistently met with enthusiastic reception.
Lonnie became known as "The Golden Voice" from Amber Valley. Then came her amazing introduction to the CGMA(Country Gospel Music Association), who in Oct. 2010 in Branson Mo. awarded awarded her the prestigious International Female Artist of the year, a first for a Canadian!
Allen’s concert on August 13 is titled “Travels With My Piano", a whirlwind around-the-world trip, with musical postcards from each stop.
Bata Osun dancers and musicians are the new generation in the Yoruba tradition of hereditary occupation - family entertainers who are custodians of the traditional culture of their Nigerian community.
John Rutherford is a Blues historian, as well as a great guitar player, vocalist and songwriter.
For audiences, Morningside Music Bridge is a month-long classical music festival celebrating exceptional young international as well as local artists and the program’s esteemed faculty members at concerts and events at venues across the city.
Recently, Joel made his Kennedy Centre debut, representing the prestigious Eastman School of Music as a part of the Conservatory Project.
Ms. Drost went on to be awarded the Government of Western Ontario Research Scholarship for both years of her Masters Degree at the University of Western Ontario.
Founding Artistic director of Calgary Concert Opera Company and long time ProArts supporter, Barbara King is truly a remarkable talent!
The Suncor Energy Choir, formerly the Petro-Canada Chorale, has been singing for nearly forty years.
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