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Elmer Iseler Singers

The Elmer Iseler Singers, conducted by Lydia Adams, is a twenty-voice professional chamber choir based in Toronto. The choir has built an enviable international reputation through its concerts, broadcasts and recordings throughout Canada, the United States and on the international concert stage. Known for the beauty of their sound, the ensemble brings to life exciting repertoire that spans 500 years of great choral music.

Sunday October 27 at 3:00 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Elmer Iseler Singer’s web site.


Nova Dance

Established in 2008, Nova Dance is lead by dancer and choreographer Nova Bhattacharya, who brings classical Indian training into the world of contemporary dance with elegance and authority. Bhattacharya…smoulders. She is a born story teller and purveyor of moods, her intense eyes holding the watcher in their grip, while her expressive, compact body radiates emotion. - The Globe and Mail.

Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 7:30 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Nova Dance’s web site.

This dance performance is supported by a special grant from the Dep[artment of Canada Heritage.


Daytrippers - the Beatle Experience

Lorne Elliott

1964 – four lads from Liverpool ignite the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theatre with toe-tapping catchy hits, casual wit and unforgettable charm! The Daytrippers musicans capture the raw energy and playful spontaneity of the Beatles earliest performances as Beatlemania took the world by storm. They continue through the musical story to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and finally to Abbey Road. Every nuance of the performance has been painstakingly recreated without any prerecorded background music. This is the closest you wilol ever come to seeing the Fab Four again - Montreal Gazette.

Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 7:30 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Daytrippers - The Beatle Experience’s web site.


Ennis

Katherine Chi

The Celtic tones of these sisters fropm Newfoundland draw your soul out to the Rock. Maureen and Karen Ennis sing east coast classics as well as their own compositions with guitarist Mark Murphy accompanying. They have earned a Juno award, multiple East Coast Music and Music Newfoundland awards and nominations, accumulating 3 gold records along the way and sharing the stage with such widely respected artists as the Nitty-Gritty Band, Mary Black, Jann Arden and the Chieftains.

Friday January 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Ennis’ web site


Jesse Peters

Jesse Peters is a terrific Jazz pianist, but we can’t peg him as ‘jazz’ since his influences like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett are fused into the modern sound that Jessie creates, and recreates every time he sits in front of a piano and microphone. With his trio he sings classics in the jass repertoire, blues, rock… how do you classify him? Let’s say he’s Great Entertainment! He bares his soul at each and every performance—his musical sincerity draws in anyone willing to let go and comne along for the ride.

Saturday March 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Jesse Peter’s web site


Bboyizm

Bboyizm is a dance company mandated to promote and preserve the foundation, the authencity and true essence of all street dances. The artistic philosophy of the company is based on the idea that dancer’s self expression is paramount. Their motto is “Dane to Express, Not to Impress” but the energetic talented dancers expressing themselves IS most impressive. At the end of the day, you will be left with wanting to see more. - Vancouver Weekly

Wednesday March 26, 2014 at 7:30 pm at Child’s Auditorium

Bboyizm’s web site

This dance performance is supported by a special grant from the Dep[artment of Canada Heritage.


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