Final Open Mic at The Bistro at Silvercreek, Thursday, November 27 at 7:30 pm

The celebration of the final Bistro open mic happens Thursday, November 27 at 7:30 pm. Join the man that made it all possible, Domenic Bonaldo with co-host Al Robitaille as they welcome Featured Act Jamie Reilly with Contemporary Acoustic, and Support Act Kelsey Kirkpatrick on Keyboard and Vocals.dom

The open mic will resume at the new restaurant “Uncorked on Main”, on December 11 at 7:30 pm.

The Bistro at Silvercreek will no longer be operating as a bistro. But the good news … it will continue as The Silvercreek Cafe, offering a great place to chill, enjoy a glass of wine, exotic coffees, a fancy dessert …

 

And the best part … on Friday evenings enjoy Java Jam with scheduled Live Music performances from talented local musicians.

 

Recommended – Celebration of Final Saturday at The Bistro at Silvercreek, “Jazz, Keys and Blues”, Domenic Bonaldo, Matt Powell and Joe Mancuso, November 29 at 8 pm

The Bistro at Silvercreek will no longer be operating as a bistro. But the good news … it will continue as The Silvercreek Cafe, offering a great place to chill, enjoy a glass of wine, exotic coffees, a fancy dessert …

And the best part … on Friday evenings enjoy Java Jam with scheduled Live Music performances from talented local musicians.

The celebration of the final Saturday of Live Music happens November 29 at 8 pm. Join the man that made it all possible, Domenic Bonaldodom and his musical partners for the night: Matt Powell and Joe Mancuso. Promises to be a high energy, fun night.

Hours are: Mon-Thur 8-8, Fri 8-late, Sat 8-6 and Sun 9-3.

Recommended – Handel’s Messiah, Georgetown Bach Chorale, Sat Nov 29 7:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian $35, Sun Nov 30 at St. John’s $35

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Four performances of this timeless masterpiece will be offered. Known for its compelling and dramatic rendition of Handel’s tireless Oratorio, the GBC will present this popular work on historic instruments dating back to 1600, with the clear and precise choral sound for which the choir is known.

In addition to two performances in Georgetown, the Chorale have been invited to perform both in Goderich and in Caledon East.

Saturday, November 29, 2014, 7:30 pm
Knox Presbyterian Church, 116 Main Street S. Georgetown, ON
$35 adults/ students $10

Sunday, November 30, 2014 2:30 pm
St. John’s United Church, 11 Guelph Street, Georgetown ON
$35 adults/ students $10

Recommended – Katherine Wheatley, Folk, “Music at One – The Helson Gallery”, Tuesday, November 25, 1-2 pm

Katherine Wheatley

“She turns pebbles of everyday life into dreamy mountains of song”.
The Toronto Star

“I’m in love…with the music of Katherine Wheatley. A verse into her first song, I was hooked…I was totally unprepared for the absolute beauty of her voice and lyrics”. FOLKSPOKE, Barrie, ON

Arresting vocals, great guitar playing and vibrant lyrics mark her work. Every song evokes her uncanny depth of observation. With offhand wit and an infectious passion for performing, Katherine Wheatley has been captivating audiences everywhere she performs.

Katherine’s music has been used for television documentaries, series and films. She has been a featured vocalist on Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe, as well as a musical guest on TVO’s Studio Two, CBC’s Vicki Gabareau Show and CTV’s Canada AM. In addition to touring across Canada, the U.S. and Europe as a singer/songwriter, Katherine is a member of the band “Betty and The Bobs” and plays guitar in Wendell Ferguson’s “Smoking Section”. She was one of 33 artists, including The Barenaked Ladies, Bruce Cockburn, and Sarah McLachlan, selected for FACTOR’S (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent on Records) 20th Anniversary compilation CD. Her first CD, Straight Line, spent 17 weeks on Sam’s Top 10 Independent Chart with nine of those weeks at number 2. Her second CD, Habits and Heroes, featured a stellar cast of musicians (The Bands Richard Bell, Blue Rodeos Basil Donovan, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Colin Linden) and received glowing accolades from critics and fans alike.

“As a listener, it’s hard not to sit back, close your eyes and watch the movie play. And man, can this serene red head ever play guitar”. SEE Magazine, Edmonton