Time it was, tribute to Simon & Garfunkel and Cat Stevens Don't miss this event... Five musicians and two vocalists explore the huge repertoire of these folk-song legends. English music
The famed comedy duo will have you in stitches! The uproarious pair is armed with a guitar, a banjo, harmonicas... and a unique sense of humour. English music
Guitar-player and composer Matt Forand will showcase MEF muse as he launches his new CD, The Clock. You will hear beautiful instrumental pieces that fit into the folk/world genre plus the songs from the album of course. With The Clock, this blues/rock guitarist puts his electric guitar aside and invites us to join him in a folk/acoustic rock world with soft melodies and rich textures. He will be accompanied by Dave Gossage (flutes/guitar), Bertil Schulrabe (drums/percussions), Bill Gossage (upright bass)…
With Bruno Pelletier Bruno sings his classic hits along with favourite songs that he performed around the world. French music
Myriam Reid Learn more about the harp, a celestial instrument, in the company of a phenomenal artist. Free event
Amos’s songs evoke love or courage, and they have a dark beauty that emanates from the forests and rivers of our region. This local artist is a crowd-pleaser English music
Julie Daoust, Renaud Paradis Two musical legends, whose little-known friendship resonates to this day. You’ll be swept away by their music and lyrics. French music
TRIBUTE TO BOB WALSH BOB WALSH BAND, GUY BÉLANGER, SYLVIE DESGROSEILLERS AND MARTIN GOYETTE This event has been postponed to 2020! Stay tuned for details!
On October 17th come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Knowlton Literary Festival and applaud regional poets who will be on hand to read from their work in the theatre lobby. Poets include Marjorie Bruhmuller, Antony Di Nardo, Steve Luxton, and Ann Scowcroft, with John Barr at the piano. Mary Harvey will host the event. Free event with wine and cheese.
A hat trick for Dan Bigras! After publishing an autobiography and releasing a compilation album summing up his 25-year career, Dan’s next project was an obvious one: performing both his book and his songs. With this show, Dan returns to our stage, telling his story through song and poignant anecdote. Come (re)acquaint yourself with this singular, candid artist. French music