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Win Tickets to Northern Lights

Feb. 8, 7:30pm 
Rosza Centre, University of Calgary (206 University Court NW)
Tickets: Adults, $25; students and seniors, $20 

Calgary’s award-winning Spiritus Chamber Choir performs music linked to a variety of lights. This concert features “Everlasting Light”, a work for choir, solo voices, marimba and crystal glasses by Canadian composer Christos Hatzis.
 
Spiritus will also explore works on the theme of light by Elgar and R. Murray Schafer and newly commissioned works by Canadian composer David MacIntyre and Calgary composer Zachary Wadsworth.
 
The performance will be enhanced with unique lighting.
 
 
Calgary Culture is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!

To enter, please fill out the form below. Contest closes at 4:00pm on Monday, Feb. 2.

Win Tickets to Gli Amici della Musica

Feb. 8, 3:00pm 
Hope Lutheran Church (3527 Boulton Rd. NW)
Tickets: Adults, $25; students and seniors, $20 

Chamber orchestra Kensington Sinfonia is hosting the Amici String School, which offers master and technique classes, chamber coachings and recitals for string students. The two groups will be side-by-side playing works from Baroque to contemporary including Albinoni, Telemann, Nielsen and Mozart.
 
Calgary Culture is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!

To enter, please fill out the form below. Contest closes at 4:00pm on Monday, Feb. 2.

Invest YYC Spotlight: Peep: A Puppet Play About the Flood

Green Fools Theatre lost its venue and thousands of dollars of materials and art in the flood. It responded through art and is creating Peep. The mask, puppet and music show is about a mouse who loses her home and is separated from her brother by a sudden flood. As she tries to find her way back to her brother she comes across other animals who are coping or not coping at all after the flood. The play has themes of community environmentalism, team work and courage. Green Fools is working on the design and music of Peep in early 2015 followed by construction and sound design and rehearsal before the play premieres in September. It needs funding for all stages of the process.

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