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The Halifax Camerata Singers kick off its 33rd year with the Remembrance-themed concert To Soothe a Suff’ring Heart on November 9.

Halifax Camerata Singers invites you to Come Celebrate its 2019-2020 season

In a media release, Halifax Camerata Singers has announced its 2019-2020 season that will include a Remembrance-theme concert, plus performances with Canadian superstar tenor...
"Performing with the band is by far the most fun because it takes the loneliness out of performing." - Ryan Cook (centre above) with his band Sunny Acres.

Ryan Cook’s journey as a musician has taken him from punk and heavy metal...

Growing up as the oldest of four children on a dairy farm in Yarmouth County, Ryan Cook has been playing music most of his...
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Internet music sensation Emma Stevens to perform with Symphony Nova Scotia

In April, 16-year old Emma Stevens and fellow music students from Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni, Nova Scotia, took the internet by...
Dave Gunning performs two shows at The Carleton in Halifax on October 5 & 6.

Dave Gunning’s latest album Up Against The Sky was not initially intended for an...

Award-winning folk-roots singer Dave Gunning remembers his first live concert at the age of eight when he saw Canadian folk legends John Allan Cameron...
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Aquasocks is making waves at this year’s Music Nova Scotia Awards

Separately they are known as Aquakulture and Ghettosocks. Together they are making waves as Aquasocks. Aquasocks is the musical collaboration between Halifax artists Ghettosocks (Juno...
Halifax-based hip hop artist MAJE Casino Nova Scotia's 2019-2020 artist-in-residence.

Casino Nova Scotia names MAJE as this year’s artist-in-residence

Beating out 27 other applicants, Halifax-based hip hop artist MAJE is this year’s Casino Nova Scotia artist-in-residence. “I'm overwhelmed with happiness,” says MAJE in a...
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Don Brownrigg is creating more fireworks at this year’s Music Nova Scotia Awards

With six nominations for this year's Music Nova Scotia Awards, Don Brownrigg is back on top of his game. Along with nominations for folk, music video,...
A Charlie Brown Christmas has become one of the most endearing and enduring Christmas animated television specials.

Jerry Granelli tells tales of A Charlie Brown Christmas

Is it too early to talk about Christmas? Not if you fear missing out on the return of the Halifax Jazz Festival's presentation of...
Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser will lead Symphony Nova Scotia in a series of free concerts to help kick-off its 2019-2020 season.

Symphony Nova Scotia kicks off its season with free concerts

The fall arts season is about to begin and Symphony Nova Scotia is kicking off its own with a series of free all-ages concerts...
The Argyle Street Kitchen Party continues at Neptune Theatre's Scotiabank Theatre through August 25. Photo by Stoo Metz.

Review: The Argyle Street Kitchen Party is a straight-forward good time

A remount from last summer, Neptune Theatre returns with The Argyle Kitchen Street Party, a kaleidoscope of tunes, new and old, from Canada’s East...

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