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Featuring songs of the era by Doug Balfour & Suzi Wesson, a pop-up artifact display and stories from the local headlines.

Free admission * * Location of event: Aurora Cultural Centre

Produced in partnership by the Aurora Cultural Centre, Aurora Historical Society and Town of Aurora Museum & Archives present.

 

Tickets & Series Subscriptions On Sale September 3

Tickets are final sale – no refund or exchanges available

Cash bar | CD’s available for purchase

To purchase tickets, call 905 713-1818, or visit the Centre at 22 Church Street, Aurora

 

Stay tuned – details to come shortly!

An annual favourite on our calendar!

Join the Aurora Seniors Keep Singing Group as we lift our voice in song with old favourites from decades past. Song sheets provided, along with piano accompaniment and an MC.

Complimentary cake and coffee reception following the sing-along event. All welcome; event offered at no charge!

*Assisted Care Homes are extended a particularly warm welcome to this event. The Centre is accessible, and we offer elevator and seating assistance. For any further information, please reach out to us at info@auroraculturalcentre.ca

 

 

Tickets available for purchase staring Monday, June 25

Tickets: $12 each, or $45 Family 4-pack (HST included)

Parents, tickets are required for all children ages 12 months and up. Please inform the staff at time of purchase if you have a babe-in-arms less than 12 months old.

All ticket sales final; no refund or exchange. To purchase call 905 713-1818.

Parents, tickets are required for children ages 12 months and up. Please inform the staff at time of purchase if you have a babe-in-arms less than 12 months old. Thank you.

While the King is away, the people of England suffer under the oppressive rule of his tax-happy brother, Prince John. Only a straight arrow like Robin Hood, the best archer in the land, can save England! By stealing from the rich and giving back to the poor, Robin keeps the spirit of justice alive, with the help of a few friends along the way, including Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, and Little John. But what if the Prince and the dreaded Sheriff of Nottingham lay a trap for our hero? Full of all the humour and fun you come to expect, DuffleBag brings us a wonderful time-honoured tale of derring-do!

Suitable for all ages.

Stay for the post-show art activity – open to everyone!

The studio is open this afternoon for a drop-in art activity for kids and their adults!

Details to come.

Tickets & Series Subscriptions On Sale September 3

Tickets are final sale – no refund or exchanges available

CD’s available for purchase

To purchase tickets, call 905 713-1818, or visit the Centre at 22 Church Street, Aurora

AYR Trio
Angela Park, piano
Yehonatan Berick, violin
Rachel Mercer, cello

Since their first performance as a trio in 2010, the AYR Trio has relished opportunities to explore the great repertoire for piano trio together. Longtime collaborators in other ensembles including Ensemble Made In Canada, the Mercer-Park Duo, Eight Strings and at numerous festivals, the trio’s voice is a meeting of friends. The trio brings this varied history, mutual respect and companionship into their musical collaboration to create harmonious and dynamic interpretations of the music they play, old and new. The AYR Trio has performed for the Coast Recital Society in BC, Parry Sound’s Festival of the Sound, the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society, Les Amis Series, Hamilton’s 5 at the First, and the Huntsville Association for the Performing Arts. They are guest faculty at Wilfred Laurier University’s QuartetFest 2018.

 

 

Tickets & Series Subscriptions On Sale September 3

Tickets are final sale – no refund or exchanges available
Cash bar | CD’s available for purchase
To purchase tickets, call 905 713-1818, or visit the Centre at 22 Church Street, Aurora

Our ever-popular Holiday Family Afternoon, generously supported by Richard Gong State Farm Agent, presents a memorable family theatre outing as part of the lead-up to the holidays. This is our first-ever performance with Vancouver-based company, Axis Theatre, who bring the story of embracing cultural differences and empathy to this new production.

An English sailor works against all odds to survive alone for 25 years, until one day he rescues an islander and the two develop a remarkable friendship. Adapted from the classic novel by Daniel Defoe, this imaginative retelling emphasizes communication, embracing cultural differences and empathy. Families can set sail on an adventure full of comedic miscommunication, history and heart.

Stay and create afterwards with a post-show art activity for the kids!

Tickets & Series Subscriptions On Sale September 3

Tickets are final sale – no refund or exchanges available

CD’s available for purchase

To purchase tickets, call 905 713-1818, or visit the Centre at 22 Church Street, Aurora

A command performance at the Centre after a memorable concert in 2016. Originally from Lanaudière in Québec, Charles Richard-Hamelin studied with Paul Surdulescu, Sara Laimon, Boris Berman and André Laplante. He is a graduate from McGill University, the Yale School of Music, the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal and now works on a regular basis with pianist Jean Saulnier.

His first solo recording, which features late works by Chopin, was released in September 2015 on the Analekta label and received widespread acclaim from critics throughout the world (Diapason, BBC Music Magazine, Le Devoir) as well as a Felix Award (ADISQ). A second album, recorded live at the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City with music by Beethoven, Enescu and Chopin, was released in the fall of 2016 and also had a very positive welcome (Gramophone, La Presse, The WholeNote).

“I had been waiting for such a performance since the beginning of the Competition. The man is every inch an artist, an extraordinarily mature musician who focuses on the beauty of Chopin’s works, which he performs with a high degree of consciousness. He is one of the few who can find a wise balance between the spirit of Chopin and his own individuality, which he demonstrated, for instance, in his masterful interpretation of the Ballade in A-flat major.” – Róża Światczyńska, Polish Radio 2 (October 7, 2015)

More about Charles Richard-Hamelin

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Tickets & Series Subscriptions On Sale September 3

Tickets are final sale – no refund or exchanges available
Cash bar | CD’s available for purchase
To purchase tickets, call 905 713-1818, or visit the Centre at 22 Church Street, Aurora

John Sheard Presents The Best of the West, with a Night of Golden Country Classics. Pasty, Hank, Dolly, Johnny and more.

John Sheard is a pianist, producer and arranger, working with everyone from The Pointer Sisters and Murray to McLaughlin, to Andrea Martin, The Guess Who and Celine Dion. John is the founding Music Director of Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Café touring orchestra, and together with Stuart ensured that fine Canadian musicians enjoyed a national radio platform each week. His popular series, John Sheard Presents offers 3 concerts in the 2018-19 Brevik Hall Presents Series. With a parade of stellar musical guests and a crowd-pleasing variety of genres, anchored by Dennis Pendrith on bass, and John’s brilliance at the keys, the magic simply takes over.

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