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Technicolour wildlife at CHG

Technicolour wildlife at CHG

Though not a new face at Canada House Gallery, painter Grant Leier’s latest show will be of work entirely different from what he’s done in the past.
Banff Rose & Crown ready for a Showdown

Banff Rose & Crown ready for a Showdown

Miss Quincy and the Showdown, an all-girl trio of no fixed address, rolls into Banff this weekend. The showdown takes place Sunday (March 10) at the Rose & Crown.
Chorus adds twist to Oliver!

Chorus adds twist to Oliver!

On a dark, moody and dimly lit stage an ethereal body emerges from the mist. The masked entity and a beautiful woman ply dark waters in a mysterious craft… No, no, wait a second – that’s Karen Minish’s other pet project of the moment.
Canmore writer hits national bestseller list twice in a year

Canmore writer hits national bestseller list twice in a year

What would you do if you were a writer and hit the Globe and Mail bestseller list not once, but twice, in a year? If you’re Canmore writer Mike Vlessides, you downplay it and simply say, “it feels really good,” before veering off on a tangent to show
Big bands offer big sound at Silvertip

Big bands offer big sound at Silvertip

Big bands will generate big sound as the Valley Winds Music Association teams up with a Calgary band for its annual Oh What A Night big band dance at Silvertip, March 9.
Legendary tribute at Cornerstone

Legendary tribute at Cornerstone

Ever since working with him nearly 20 years ago, John Gray has wanted to do a Ray Charles tribute show, to honour the musical legend.
Performance in the Park good to go

Performance in the Park good to go

While summer is a ways off, Banff’s fifth annual Performance in the Park is cued up and ready to take to the Cascade Gardens stage on the Parks administration grounds on June 22.
Constantinople a crossroads of musical traditions

Constantinople a crossroads of musical traditions

Two years ago, members of the Constantinople musical collective arrived at The Banff Centre for a residency to develop a new work. Now, that piece they created – a mix of baroque-style music and poetry called Early Dreams – is coming home.
Sarah Slean brings big band to small stage

Sarah Slean brings big band to small stage

When Sarah Slean arrives in Canmore on Wednesday (Feb. 27), she won’t be coming alone.
Richard Cole, The Boy Who Paints

Richard Cole, The Boy Who Paints

Though artist Richard Cole has shown his paintings many times at Canada House Gallery, this Saturday (Feb. 23) he’ll present his first book.
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