Wednesday, November 30, 2022

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss in Halifax (November 14-20)

Here is what we are most excited about on stages around Halifax this week.

1Eight movies from France, Germany, Israel, and Canada make their Atlantic Canada debut at the Atlantic Jewish Film Festival (Nov 17-20) with both in-person and virtual screenings. Visit ajff.ca for tickets & information.

The 2021 Israeli film One More Story is among the in-person screenings at this year's Atlantic Jewish Film Festival.
The 2021 Israeli film One More Story is among the in-person screenings at this year’s Atlantic Jewish Film Festival.

2Multi-platinum, award-winning entertainer Tim Hicks brings his Zero To Sixty Tour (Nov 17) to the Rebecca Cohn in Halifax with special guest Robyn Ottolini. Visit timhicksmusic.com for tickets and information.

Country artist Tim Hicks wraps up his Zero To Sixty Tour in The Maritimes.
Country artist Tim Hicks wraps up his Zero To Sixty Tour in The Maritimes.

3Prince Edward Island’s Atlantic String Machine (Nov 19) brings its unique mix of classical, jazz, pop, world music and their own compositions to the Stage at St. Andrews. Visit eventbrite.ca for tickets and information.

Atlantic String Machine
Atlantic String Machine

4Back by popular demand, Symphony Nova Scotia presents its own “tongue-in-cheek” Last Night at the Proms (Nov 19 & 20) concert to Halifax audiences. Visit symphonynovascotia.ca for tickets and information.

Last Night of the Proms
Last Night of the Proms

5Cecilia Concerts brings together violinist Katya Poplyansky and pianist Todd Yaniw in a program of chamber works (Nov 19). Visit ceciliaconcerts.ca for tickets and information.

Katya Poplyansky & Todd Yaniw
Katya Poplyansky & Todd Yaniw
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