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Nov
1
Fri
BEV & MARC – Violin & Marimba – Debut Atlantic
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm

SPECIAL PAY-WHAT-YOU-WILL CONCERT!!!

DEBUT ATLANTIC

Beverley Johnston and Marc Djokic create a super-energy in a completely new performance dynamic. Combining violin with marimba, vibraphone, hand drums and sometimes a musical saw, the duo display their individual and combined virtuosity with a down-to-earth approach and a dynamic on-stage chemistry between them.

Beverley Johnston is one of Canada’s leading percussionists, having recorded 6 solo CDs and performing extensively throughout the world. She teaches at the University of Toronto and was named the Canadian Music Centre Ambassador in honour of her exemplary commitment to the performance of the music of Canadian composers.

Marc Djokic is a Nova Scotian violinist and winner of the 2017-2018 Prix Goyer. Among other distinctions, he is a Prix Opus laureate and former Canada Council Instrument Bank recipient. Djokic is concertmaster of l’Orchestre classique de Montreal. He first and foremost studied with his father Philippe Djokic, one of Canada’s great soloists. In fact both his parents, Lynn and Philippe, are musicians, as is his sister Denise.

THANK YOU TO MICHELIN, WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR SCHOOL SHOWS WITH BEV & MARC!

 

 

 

 

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Nov
9
Sat
RAWLINS CROSS
Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm

SOLD OUT!!!

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Rawlins Cross is approaching legendary status as one of Canada’s most accomplished and beloved Celtic music groups. With the upcoming release of its 10th studio recording, “Flying Colours”, Rawlins Cross continues to capture the hearts and imaginations of a dedicated global fan-base developed over an acclaimed career.

The band was formed in St. John’s, Newfoundland in the late 1980s by songwriting brothers Dave Panting (guitar and mandolin), Geoff Panting (keyboards and accordion) and Ian McKinnon (highland pipes, tin whistle and bodhran). With the solid rhythm section of Halifax bassist and Chapman Stick player Brian Bourne and Ontario-based drummer Howie Southwood, Rawlins Cross enlisted PEI singer Joey Kitson to complete its signature sound.

Since the beginning, Rawlins Cross has been at the vanguard of the fusion of Celtic traditional music with the rhythms of Rock, Pop and Worldbeat music. Equally at ease with a soulful Highland Air (MacPherson’s Lament) or a raucous party song (Colleen, Wild Rose, Reel ‘n’ Roll), Rawlins Cross never fails to electrify its faithful fans. Over the years, Rawlins Cross has always been a “fan favourite” on the North American and European music festival circuit and regularly plays to sold-out concert halls across Canada.

30 years and 9 albums later, Rawlins Cross continues to maintain a steady course with their 10th studio recording “Flying Colours” (November 2019). “Flying Colours” will prove to be another significant mile marker in the band’s storied career – an eclectic mix of the old world and the new.

 

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Nov
17
Sun
Puccini’s TURANDOT
Nov 17 @ 2:00 pm

Franco Zeffirelli’s dazzling production of

Puccini’s final masterpiece

Two of opera’s most thrilling dramatic sopranos, Christine Goerke and Nina Stemme, reprise their fierce portrayals of the title princess. Yannick Nézet-Séguin takes the podium to conduct Franco Zeffirelli’s dazzling production of Puccini’s final masterpiece, which also features tenors Roberto Aronica and Marco Berti as Calàf, sopranos Eleonora Buratto and Hibla Gerzmava as Liù, and bass-baritone James Morris as Timur.

 

Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Sung In Italian

Met Titles In English

Estimated Run Time: 3 hrs 2 mins

 

 

World premiere: Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 1926. Puccini’s final opera is an epic fairy tale set in a China of legend, loosely based on a play by 18th-century Italian dramatist Carlo Gozzi. Featuring a most unusual score with an astounding and innovative use of chorus and orchestra, it is still recognizably Puccini, bursting with instantly appealing melody. The unenviable task of completing the opera’s final scene upon Puccini’s sudden death was left to the composer Franco Alfano. Conductor Arturo Toscanini oversaw Alfano’s contribution and led the world premiere.

 

 

 

 

 

TICKETS:

  • Member Price: $13.90 + hst = $16.00
  • General Price: $17.40 + hst = $20.00
  • Youth Price: $ 6.95 + hst = $8.00

Reserved seating. Tickets on sale in advance online, by phone, at the Theatre, and at the door.

Doors open 45 minutes before the show.

Click here to see a PDF of the Seating plan. Let us know your preferred seat and we will secure the closest available option. Tickets will be held at the Box Office for pick up.

REFUND/EXCHANGE POLICY: We do not give cash refunds but are happy to give a full credit for future purchases if tickets are cancelled with a 24-hour notice. Click here for more information about ticket policies.

 

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Dec
5
Thu
ANNAPOLIS BASIN COMMUNITY BAND Christmas Concert
Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm

Join the Annapolis Basin Community Band for their annual Christmas Concert at King’s Theatre. Check back soon for details!

 

 

Dec
8
Sun
JEREMY DUTCHER
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm

Performer, composer, activist, musicologist — these roles are all infused into his art and way of life. His music, too, transcends boundaries: unapologetically playful in its incorporation of classical influences, full of reverence for the traditional songs of his home, and teeming with the urgency of modern-day struggles of resistance.

A member of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, Jeremy first did music studies in Halifax before taking a chance to work in the archives at the Canadian Museum of History, painstakingly transcribing Wolastoq songs from 1907 wax cylinders. “Many of the songs I’d never heard before, because our musical tradition on the East Coast was suppressed by the Canadian Government’s Indian Act.” Jeremy heard ancestral voices singing forgotten songs and stories that had been taken from the Wolastoqiyik generations ago.

Thanks to our Sponsor!

 

 

JUST A FEW SEATS LEFT. Call the Box Office at 902-532-7704.

  • Member: $31.30 + HST = $36
  • General: $38.26 + HST = $40
  • Youth: $10.45 + hst  = $12

 

 

 

 

 

 

REFUND/EXCHANGE POLICY: We do not give cash refunds but are happy to give a full credit for future purchases if tickets are cancelled with a 24-hour notice. Click here for more information about ticket policies.

Dec
21
Sat
GEORGE CANYON & AARON PRITCHETT
Dec 21 @ 3:00 pm

Two Shows on Saturday December 21

Tickets are now available for BOTH the 3:00pm show and the 7:30pm show. Please call the Box Office at 902-532-7704.

Two superstar Canadian country artists come together for an evening to celebrate the Holidays. In an acoustic collaboration, Multiple CCMA Award winners George Canyon and Aaron Pritchett perform together on stage, sharing stories, songs, and some family friendly comedy.

TICKETS:

Members: $64 (including HST)

General: $70 (including HST)

Youth: $30 (including HST)

THANK YOU TO OUR CONCERT SPONSOR:

 

 

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GEORGE CANYON & AARON PRITCHETT
Dec 21 @ 7:30 pm

Two Shows on Saturday December 21:

3:00pm & 7:30pm

Tickets are now available for BOTH concerts. Please call the Box Office at 902-532-7704.

Two superstar Canadian country artists come together for an evening to celebrate the Holidays. In an acoustic collaboration, Multiple CCMA Award winners George Canyon and Aaron Pritchett perform together on stage, sharing stories, songs, and some family friendly comedy.

TICKETS:

Members: $64 (including HST)

General: $70 (including HST)

Youth: $30 (including HST)

THANK YOU TO OUR CONCERT SPONSOR:

 

 

Online ticket sales for this event are closed.

Dec
28
Sat
THE O’BRIENS & CO. Benefit Concert
Dec 28 @ 7:30 pm

It’s the Third Annual Benefit Concert for the Annapolis Food Bank with Paul O’Brien with members of his musical his family and other special musical guests.

You can expect a gorgeous concert of contemporary celtic-folk-pop with lush family harmonies and lots of delightful surprises. It’s a night that will put you in the spirit of the season.

 

Admission by freewill donation to the Foodbank of cash or non-perishable food.

General admission seating.

 

 

Feb
1
Sat
DAVID CHAMBERLAND & Friends
Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm

SADLY WE ANNOUNCE THAT THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO A VOICE INJURY.

We will reschedule at the earliest opportunity. We wish David a full and speedy recovery and are sending him LOTS OF LOVE.

 

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Feb
16
Sun
PROTEUS SAXOPHONE QUARTET
Feb 16 @ 2:00 pm

A high-energy ensemble, the Proteus Saxophone Quartet was originally formed in Paris in 2011. The members are united through their combined curiosity and love for exploring chamber music specifically written for the saxophone quartet. With a strong presence across Canada, they strive to share their music with audiences and communities through performances, masterclasses and workshops with students and the public.

 

 

 

 

Tommy Davis currently lives in Montreal, where he is active in the improvised
music scene, as well as working with many different ensembles and a growing teaching studio. Holly DeCaigny divides her time between Edmonton, Alberta, where she will be pursuing a DMA in saxophone performance, and Calgary, where she is an active freelance musician and teacher. Mark Michalak lives in Calgary, Alberta. He teaches a diverse studio of students from beginners to University level, as well as being an active music teacher in the school boards as a clinician and a substitute teacher. Michael Morimoto lives in Vancouver, BC, where he has a successful career as a music instrument repair technician and freelance musician.

Their repertoire ranges from the familiar Bach and Piazzolla to new music written especially for the ensemble by Canadian composers, and lots more in between.

  • Member: $22.61 HST = $26
  • General: $27.83 + HST = $30
  • Youth: $6.96 + HST = $8

 

 

FREE WORKSHOP:

Attention all Musicians!! You are invite to a FREE Workshop on Monday February 17 at 2:00pm on the King’s Theatre Stage with the PROTEUS SAXOPHONE QUARTET. Join this illustrious ensemble of professional musicians for a workshop where you’ll get to fine tune the art of playing together and learn tips from the pros. This workshop is FREE, but please pre-register with the King’s Theatre Box Office so we can plan accordingly. And a special bonus, workshop participants will be eligible for a special 2 for 1 ticket deal for the Proteus Ensemble’s concert at King’s on Sunday February 16!!

 

 

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