Wednesday, November 30, 2022

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss in Halifax (Oct 17-23)

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

1The Scotia Festival of Music launches its Chamber Players Series this season with the 2022 Eckhardt-Gramatté competition winner and Nova Scotia native David Potvin (Oct 19). Visit scotiafestival.com for tickets & information.

David Potvin in Recital
David Potvin in Recital

2Crescent Moon Cabaret presents A Contemporary Vaudeville Revue (Oct 19) featuring local talent performing everything from magic to drag to burlesque. Visit eventbrite.ca for tickets and information.

A Contemporary Vaudeville Revue
A Contemporary Vaudeville Revue

3The Stage at St. Andrew’s presents Australian guitar virtuoso Daniel Champagne returning to Canada for the first time in three years. Visit eventbrite.ca for tickets and information.

Daniel Champagne
Daniel Champagne

4Live Art Dance presents Radical System Art’s Momentum of Isolation (Oct 21), exploring “how our digital lives, technologies and shifting values are increasing the prominence of social isolation and loneliness.” Visit liveartdance.ca for tickets and information.

MOI - Momentum of Isolation
MOI – Momentum of Isolation

5Cecilia Concerts reunites pianist Silvie Cheng with a cello trio (Bryan Cheng, Paul Wiancko & Andrew Yee) in Cellobration! with Pianist Silvie Cheng (Oct 22). Visit ceciliaconcerts.ca for tickets and information.

Cellobration! with Pianist Silvie Cheng
Cellobration! with Pianist Silvie Cheng
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