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Those Guys
A Cappella Group

Sat, Sept 28th, 2019
Knox Church
7:30 pm
Tickets $25 ($10 Students)

Made up of nine performers who represent a cross-section of the Winnipeg music and theatre community, Those Guys have built a reputation for dynamic, feel-good performances since 2009. Their repertoire, which ranges from The Nylons to Justin Timberlake (and everything in between), features complex (often original) musical arrangements performed without a single instrument.


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VC2
Cello Duo

Mon, Oct 21st, 2019
Knox Church
7:30 pm

Tickets $25 ($10 Students)



VC2 is an innovative cello duo committed to captivating audiences through its performances of classical masterworks, unknown gems, and boundary pushing music. Comprised of cellists Amahl Arulanandam and Bryan Holt, the Toronto-based duo presents artistically challenging yet accessible programs and have performed in venues ranging from intimate cabarets to Roy Thomson Hall.

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Elmer Iseler Singers

Tues, Nov 5th, 2019
Knox Church
7:30 pm

Tickets $25 ($10 Students)


The Elmer Iseler Singers (EIS), conducted by artistic director Lydia Adams, enters its 40th Anniversary Season in 2018/19. This 20-voice fully-professional choral ensemble, founded by the late Dr. Elmer Iseler in 1979, has built an enviable reputation throughout Canada, the United States and internationally through concerts, broadcasts and recordings — performing repertoire that spans 500 years, with a focus on Canadian composers.

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The Slocan Ramblers
Bluegrass Band

Wed, Nov 27, 2019
Knox Church
7:30 pm
Tickets $25 ($10 Students)

The Slocan Ramblers (2019 Juno Award Nominees) are Canada’s bluegrass band to watch. Rooted in tradition, fearlessly creative and possessing a bold, dynamic sound, The Slocans have become a leading light of today’s acoustic music scene. With a reputation for energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship and an uncanny ability to convert anyone within earshot into a lifelong fan, The Slocans have been winning over audiences from Merlefest to RockyGrass and everywhere in between.

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Royal MTC
“The New Canadian
Curling Club“

By Mark Crawford

Sun, Feb 2nd, 2020
Venue TBA
7:30 pm
Tickets $30 ($10 Students)

The New Canadian Curling Club tells the story of a Chinese physician, a Jamaican Tim Horton’s manager, a South Asian father, and a 17-year old Syrian refugee who live in a rural Canadian town. In an effort to welcome newcomers to Canada, the community decides to offer a free, “Learn to Curl” program. But when its organizer slips on the ice and breaks her hip, the rink’s ice custodian and former champion curler Stuart MacPhail is forced to step in as head coach. Trouble is, Stuart has some strong opinions about immigrants—opinions he has trouble keeping to himself. What follows is the hilarious and inspiring story of a group of unlikely athletes who face off against local prejudice and become a true team.

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Thunder Bay
Symphony Orchestra

Thurs, Feb 20th, 2020
Knox Church
7:30 pm
Tickets $25 ($10 Students)


Juno nominated Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is always a local favourite.

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Andrew Collins Trio

Thurs, March 12th, 2020
Knox Church
7:30 pm

Tickets $25 ($10 Students)


Mandolin maestro Andrew Collins finds himself – through no actual fault of his own – at the epicentre of Canada’s burgeoning acoustic/roots music scene. He didn’t invent it – but he's certainly been a contributor, having co-founded seriously noteworthy Canadian bands like the Creaking Tree String Quartet, the Foggy Hogtown Boys and, more recently, his namesake Trio. That’s not to mention the fact that this prolific, robust performer – comfortable on mandolin, fiddle, guitar, mandola and mandocello – composes, produces, arranges, writes and teaches across multiple genres, including a popular collision of folk, jazz, bluegrass, celtic, and classical.

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The Lynnes

Tues, April 7th, 2020
Seven Generations
7:30 pm
Tickets $25 ($10 Students)

The LYNNeS are Canadian heartbreak poets Lynn Miles and Lynne Hanson. The two songwriters are not new to working together, having toured and written songs off and on over the past 10 years, and with Miles having produced two of Hanson's albums (River of Sand, 2014 and 7 Deadly Spins, 2015). For THE LYNNeS songs are what matter the most, and their debut album “Heartbreak Song For The Radio” pairs hauntingly gritty lyrics with tight vocal harmonies. The album has been nominated for 5 Canadian Folk Music Awards (Producer, Ensemble, Vocal Group, English Songwriter, Contemporary Album).

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