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* Broadway Showcase (1 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Cowichan Theatre Centre Stage Cowichan Centre 2:00 pm Ticket Centre: 250-748-7529 Victoria Broadway Chorus 5th Anniversary Concert. The 70-voice chorus performs all-time Broadway Favourites, Hollywood Hits and Golden Oldies!
Fee: CDN$ 22  
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* Coco Love Alcorn (6 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm "Love really is Coco's middle name and she sings as if she's earned it." Whether it's touring North America opening for Ani DiFranco, making videos with Kinnie Starr or writing songs with Marc Jordan, Coco Love Alcorn has been a unique and powerful Canadian musical force for over a decade. The critically acclaimed vocalist first made her presence felt with the independent release of her eponymous debut in 1995. Through out the late 90s, she became an in demand performer with high profile appearances at Lilith Fair in Vancouver and The Stardust Picnic in Toronto. She a ...
Fee: CDN$ 10  
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* Youth Concert (6 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Neighbourhood House Come to the Neighbourhood House for a fun evening featuring 4 bands. Two of the bands are youth bands from Manitoba. All ages welcome. Door open at 6:30pm and admission is $5.00. For more details call 246-3203
Fee: CDN$ 5  
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* Qristina and Quinn Bachand (13 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Combine the talent of 16-year-old fiddler extraordinaire, Qristina Bachand, with that of her 10-year-old guitar prodigy brother Quinn and you've got "Double Trouble"! Celtic, folk, bluegrass, swing and gypsy jazz, the Bachand siblings captivate their audiences with their infectious rhythm! Qristina has been playing violin since she was seven, Quinn, at only 10 years old, commands attention with his guitar playing skills. Qristina?s fiddle mentors include Calvin Cairns, Daniel Lapp and Yvonne Hernandez. She has trained with Fiddle Champion Gerry O'Connor and New York's Brian Conway. ...
Fee: CDN$ 7  
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* Celtic Chaos (14 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Celtic Chaos is a band of traditional musicians from Qualicum Beach. The group consists of Dave Barta on accordion, Emma Beaton on cello, Joyce Beaton on fiddle and les pieds, Jane Good on percussion, and Gordon Lafleur on Irish wooden flute and penny whistle. The band plays energetic reels and jigs from Scotland, Ireland and Cape Breton, mournful Gaelic airs, Swedish and Appalachian tunes, and French-Canadian dance tunes This concert is part of a series to help fundraise for a volunteer project in New Orleans, restoring a high school which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Fee: CDN$ 10  
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* Amos Garrett (19 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Amos Garrett with Doug Cox and Greg Carroll. Guitar Player magazine calls him "one of the most lyrical and original guitarists playing today...his single note solos and melodic figures are so distinctive that it is virtually impossible to mistake them for anyone else?s." AMOS GARRETT has been playing for more than 40 years - and his list of credits is exhaustive. Born in the United States, he moved to Canada with his family when he was four. As his career unfolded, he took part in the sessions for Anne Murray that gave the world "Snowbird," went on the road with Ian and Sylvia and the Great Speckled Bird, played t ...
Fee: CDN$ 25  
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* Don Alder and Michael Chapdelaine (21 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Michael Chapdelaine is the only guitarist ever to win First Prize in the world's top competitions in both the Classical and Fingerstyle genres. From New York's Lincoln Center to the Cactus Cafe in Austin, from Milano to Bangkok, Michael continues to enchant, dazzle and surprise audiences and critics alike with his amazing technique. Michael is Professor of Music and head of guitar studies at the University of New Mexico. Don Alder?s performances are intense, passionate and awe inspiring. His "WOW" factor has led to multiple endorsement deals including the creation of a "Don Alder G4" model guitar bui ...
Fee: CDN$ 12  
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* Cowichan Catwalk (22 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Cowichan Catwalk, A Show of Historical Fashion. The Cowichan Historical Society is presenting this Fundraiser in the Cowichan Suite (main floor) at Cowichan Centre. Models from Heritage Productions of Victoria, as well as local models, will walk the runway portraying women from Cowichan?s past. There will be an Exhibit featuring many of these historical figures on view in the Cowichan Suite?s Gallery. The Cowichan Historical Society, operating the Cowichan Valley Museum & Archives, is presenting the Fundraiser A Show of Historical Fashions Cowichan Catwalk on Sunday, April 22, 2007 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Cowichan Suite (main floo ...
Fee: CDN$ 25.00  
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* Mary Kastle (27 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Mary Kastle is a singer-songwriter-pianist emerging from the legacy of songwriters that cut their teeth in piano bars; Carole King, Tori Amos, Billy Joel, Elton John and the like. Her first release, Fresh Air, a six-song demo EP, showcases her bold yet unassuming style of jazz-pop and reveals her poignant vocals, deep grooves, and poetic musings about our complex human natures. Fresh Air is an exciting step for Mary as she launches her recording career on her own label, Starbird Records. She has been performing on the Vancouver music scene since entering the jazz piano program at Vancouver Community College ...
Fee: CDN$ 8  
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* Ryan McMahon (28 April 2007)
Category : Arts-Music-Theatre
Dancing Bean 8:00pm Ryan McMahon grew up in Ladysmith, where he began playing in local bars on Vancouver Island at the age of 17, under the moniker Citizen Strange. There, he befriended several promoters that allowed him opening support slots for bands coming through town such as Nickelback and Wide Mouth Mason, allowing him the opportunity to hone his craft. In 2003, Ryan moved to Vancouver and began playing with two musicians who would become his best friends, Mike Rogerson and Dustin Young, both of whom still play guitars for him to this day. Ryan?s blues-tinged rock has surging melodies and hooks, and carries threads ...
Fee: CDN$ 8  
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