ENSEMBLE Kids! is a series of programs designed to bring the world of musical theatre and improvisation to the youth of Halton Hills.
Ensemble Kids! recital is set to take place on Sunday, January 11th at 12pm at the John Elliot Theatre! Selection of songs and themes that are fun for the whole family. Tickets are on sale now through the box office. (905) 877-3700, http://www.haltonhills.ca/theatre/jet-box-office.php.
The newly wed Sarah Frank and Luke Fraser are one half of The Bombadils, an outstanding group of musicians performing original Bluegrass/Classical/Jazz compositions. They have worked and toured extensively with Sarah Jane Scouten. Recently they were spotted in Georgetown on a house concert tour, and dare I say it was one of the finest shows I have taken in.
Sarah and Luke will blend in Traditional and Celtic selections incorporating five-string fiddle, mandolin, guitar and excellent vocal harmonies for garnish.
You can drift, relax, unwind, chat, do whatever you want. The music is soft, relaxing, background, and will coexist just as easily with your best friend as with your favorite Group of Seven artist.
Take it Aul in.
Visit Georgetown’s library again today, sparkling after its multi-million dollar renovation. One of the main features is the Helson Gallery, named after a local philanthropist who gave the town $700,000 of art, which is hanging on the walls of an old Methodist church that became the town’s library 100 years ago, and is now neatly integrated into the new building. The gallery is dominated by a magnificent stained glass window, dedicated in 1876 to Maria Barber, wife of the town’s founder.
Wish I had some info for you, but Under the Heat has flown … Under the Georgetown Musictown Radar.
Not the first, won’t be the last.
I am told they are good. They are playing The McGib, so their chances of not being good are not good .. wait, does that make sense …
The Helson Gallery has the funny guy, Ian Jarvie, who happens to be a fine music man, and they have the straight man, Bob Gee, who happens to be an outstanding musician. Put ’em together and you have one good afternoon of music.
is an undiscovered gem in a sea of music mediocrity.
Her lyrics are dripped with tales of love, loss and struggle. If you want to hear one of Canada’s truly independent singer/songwriters look no further.
Ambre can seem small on stage, but it doesn’t take long for her talent to make her seem larger than life, a giant filling the room with the kind of songs that make you remember lost loves and abandoned dreams.
Uncorked on Main: Ambre McLean Live. Three Seatings – 6, 8 and 10 pm – $60 per person includes 4 course menu and glass of bubbly. Open late.
New Years Eve, McGibbon Hotel: Larry Melton Live, 8:30 pm start, Tickets Required and still available as of Dec 23, includes: party favours, munchies, nibbles, champagne at midnight!
Bill Craig, the Irish Musician and Entertainer, has been well received by audiences at The Shepherd’s Crook.
From his Website:
“Bill Craig’s performance is relaxed eclectic, thought provoking, goofy and entertaining. His casual attitude is designed to include, not exclude his audience, be it eight or eight hundred people. Bill puts all his energy into his songs and makes a point of having a good time on stage. This usually translates to his audience having a similar experience.”