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Music For The Winter Solstice December 11 & 12 At The Heritage Hall

2 Dec

WinterSolsticeMusicMOMMusic On Main presents Music for the Winter Solstice December 11 and 12, 2019 at the Heritage Hall. Winter solstice is a time of contrast: light and dark, cold and warmth, endings and beginnings.   As such, as this decide comes to a close, they invite you come take a moment away from the hustle and bustle that is everyday life and come relax and enjoy the sounds of winter solstice music while basking in a candlelit glow.  Performances include  Caroline Shaw (Roomful of Teeth, Kanye West), Gabriel Kahane (Book of Travelers, The Ambassador), and Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa (Queer Arts Festival). Concert begins at 8:00 pm both. The event is for all ages. Tickets are $42 for adults and $15 for students. To learn more, or to purchase tickets, visit Music On Main.

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Roomful of Teeth At The Fox Cabaret January 25 & 26

13 Jan

RoomfulofTeethThe Music on Main and the PuSh Festival present a Roomful of Teeth on January 25th and 26th.  A Roomful of Teeth is a Grammy award-winning vocal group. The group was founded in 2009 by director Brad Wells. The ensemble consists of eight classically trained vocalists dedicated to re-imagining singing in the 21st century. Through study with masters from singing traditions the world over, they continually expand their vocabulary and singing techniques by commissioning and creating new works.  This is their first appearance in Vancouver. If you wish to listen to their sound, you can check them out on Bandcamp.com.  The event takes place at The Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main Street and kicks off at 8:00 pm both evenings. Tickets are available from Tickets Tonight.

The Orpheus Project At The Cultch July 16 – 20

8 Jul

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The Orpheus Project by Music on Main is coming to The Cultch from July 16th – July 20th. This immersive journey is filled with musical and theatrical intrigue and will absorb you into the life of Orpheus: a poet, musician, and prophet in ancient Greek Mythology who inspired generations of artists such as Jean Cocteau, Tennessee Williams and Albert Camus.

Imagine roaming an entire theatre, discovering rooms filled with mysterious music and surprising interactions. Through creations by Jocelyn Morlock, Veda Hille, Cassandra Miller, James Maxwell, Barry Truax, Alfredo Santa Ana, Colin Browne, George Frideric Handel and others, you’ll explore The Cultch’s Historic Theatre, Culture Lab, as well as the dressing rooms and the backstage and lobby areas. We hear you might even break a sweat as you climb stairs and roam around. You are advised to wear comfortable shoes and prepare to jump into this unique adventure. Tickets range from $19.75 – $38.75 for adults. If you purchase before midnight on July 10th, you will receive a 20% discount if you use the promo code CULTCH.

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