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The Indie Music Festival serves as a much-needed outlet for local artists to showcase their skills and talents, as the opportunities for a paid performance in this area are fairly scarce,” said Jodi Hendriks, culture and community enhancement programmer.
Emerging and established artists will take the stage during the 2017 St. Catharines Arts Awards, presented by Meridian Credit Union, on Monday, June 5 at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.
The score is specially crafted by Robert Cooper for this performance. Phantom of the Opera plays for one screening only Wednesday May 3rd, 7:30pm on the huge screen in Partridge Hall, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.
Showcasing Ontario’s Arts and Culture and Supporting Local Economies: The Foster Festival in St. Catharines a recipient
Chorus Niagara invites enthusiastic choral singers to join with us for a once-in-life-time musical thrill and perform Gustav Mahler’s heart-shattering work of genius Symphony #2 The Resurrection with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra conducted by Music Director Bradley Thachuk.
The 2017 program will feature Canadian artists from across Canada, to explore Canadian contributions to jazz curated by Canadian ethnomusicologist: Michael Morse.
"Mealor's The Farthest Shore is a Chorus Niagara premiere and a 'first' for our singers...a choral drama and a dramatic Celtic folk-tale recounting an old man's story of his mysterious youth.", notes Artistic Director and Conductor Robert Cooper.