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Win Tickets to Baltic Connections

Oct. 5, 7:30pm
Knox United Church (506 4th St. SW)
Tickets: Adults, $25; students and seniors, $20

Spiritus welcomes guest conductor, Dr. Leonard Ratzlaff, a Member of the Order of Canada, in recognition of his work as a conductor and professor in Edmonton, Alberta. 
 
His program – Baltic Connections – will present music by Estonian composers Esenvalds, Tormis, and Canada’s own Imant Raminsh.
 

Calgary Culture is giving away one pair of tickets to the show!

To enter, please fill out the form below. Contest closes at 4:00pm on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

Win Tickets to Dowland in Dublin

Oct. 6, 7:30pm
Christ Church Elbow Park (3602 8th St. SW)
Tickets: Adults, $30; students and seniors, $25

A celebration of the Renaissance lute composer John Dowland’s Irish connections, La Nef imagines how some of Dowland’s tunes would have sounded if played in a 16th-century pub. Working closely with Michael Slattery, they developed a program with a simple, Celtic flavour. Midway between folk songs and art songs, this evening promises to charm!
 
Pre-concert talk at 7:00pm

Calgary Culture is giving away one pair of tickets to the show!

To enter, please fill out the form below. Contest closes at 4:00pm on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

Invest YYC Spotlight: Cowboy Versus Samurai

Chromatic Theatre is working to bring this play to Motel Theatre this November. Cowboy Versus Samarai has been staged throughout North America and is a play on the classic Cyrano de Bergerac

Travis Park is the only Korean American in his small Wyoming town. He falls for the new teacher in town, but she only dates white men. Travis has to choose between the Asian and the American within him. 

Small donations go a long way with this project. $25 buys fabric for one costume. $45 buys half a day of rehearsal space in Motel. $100 covers one full day of pay for a member of the acting company. And, $250 pays rental fees for technical equipment for the run of the production.


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