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BEV & MARC DUO – Debut Atlantic
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm


Beverley Johnston and Marc Djokic create a super-energy in a completely new performance dynamic. Combining violin with FX pedals, marimba, vibraphone, hand drums and sometimes a musical saw, the duo display their individual and combined virtuosity with a down-to-earth approach! Bev ‘n’ Marc’s eclectic programming embraces tonal and melodic contemporary compositions, creating a riveting visual and aural presence. Beverley 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, an Atlantic Canadian himself, is one of Canada’s most prolific violinists and was awarded a Prix Goyer and a Prix Opus. He was featured in a Bravo’s “The Classical Now” and has just released his debut album. Bev and Marc can be heard regularly on CBC radio and both regularly commission new works by Canadian composers.


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  • Member Price: $24.35 + HST =  $28
  • General Price:  $27.83 + HST =  $32
  • Youth Price:      $10.45 + HST  = $12

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Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm

Rawlins Cross 30th Anniversary “Flying Colours” Tour

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.


TICKETS on sale June 24

Member: $38.26 + HST = $40

General: $38.26 + HST = $44

Youth: $17.39 + HST = $20

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Dec 21 @ 7:30 pm


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.



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