The Trews Acoustic Tour
Nov. 12 — St. Johns Arts & Culture Centre, St. John’s.
Nov. 13 — Corner Brook Arts & Culture Centre, Corner Brook.
Nov. 14 — Stephenville Arts & Culture Centre, Stephenville
Nov. 15 — Grand Falls Arts & Culture Centre, Grand Falls-Windsor.
Nov. 17 — Labrador West Arts & Cultural Centre, Labrador City.
Nov. 18 — Gander Arts & Culture Centre, Gander.
Nov. 19 — Clarenville Events Centre, Clarenville.
Tickets are available at the venue box offices. Details and links to purchase on line at www.thetrewsmusic.com/tour.
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Newfoundland’s Duane Andrews and Craig Young released their debut album “Charlie’s Boogie” Tuesday. Their sound will take you from the traditional music of Newfoundland and Labrador, down through the Appalachian Mountains into the land of bluegrass and country music and across the ocean to French cabarets filled with gypsy and swing music. These two consummate guitar players complement their enchanting guitar styles with an occasional song from Young’s rich repertoire. Individually, these two have amassed their share of awards and accolades with Andrews winning awards from the USA Songwriting Competition, the Independent Music Awards, the ECMA and MusicNL, and Young winning the Canadian Country Music Association All-Star Band Award four times in the guitarist category, along with having several Top 40 singles to his writing credit. Some of Andrews’ highlights include performances at the Montreal and Cork jazz and Newport and Mariposa folk festivals, while Young spent 10 years touring the world based out of Nashville as a member of Terri Clark's band and playing with superstars such as Ricky Skaggs in his downtime. For tour dates and more, visit — http://charliesboogie.com.
Arts and Culture Centre
Gordon Pinsent joins the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, the ladies of the Philharmonic choir of the NSO, and Shallaway for “A Lion Among the Ladies_ — Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Mendelssohn’s incidental music (Op. 21/61) Friday, Nov. 15. Also on the program is Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Violin and Piano, D minor, MVW 04 featuring Duo Concertante (Nancy Dahn, violin and Timothy Steeves, piano). Proudly presented by Nalcor, this concert takes place at 8 p.m. Tickets ($30-$45) are available at the Arts & Culture Centre box office (729-3900) and online at artsandculturecentre.com.
Cochrane St. United Church
On Saturday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. Newman Sound Men’s Choir will present “Remember,” a special concert commemorating all who have served Newfoundland and Canada in battles past and present. Admission is $25 for adults, $20 for students/seniors, and are available in advance at Fred’s Records (Duckworth Street) or at the door on the night of the concert. Advance purchases are recommended. All veterans are invited to attend the concert for free with special reserved seating. Doors open at 7:15 p.m.
D.F. Cook Recital Hall
MUN school of music, St. John’s
Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. explore the passionate and the ethereal with the Exorior Duo and friends.
Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. The Scruncheons Percussion Ensemble will have you spellbound in an innovative program of exciting new works for percussion.
Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. Sounds Symposium and Memorial University’s school of music presents David Occhipinti and the Camera Ensemble. This concert is a part of the Sound Symposium’s New Music Series. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. Note that tickets are only available at the door 30 minutes prior to the concert. Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. Newfoundland’s own international tenor, David Pomeroy, performs an evening of elegant songs with pianist Maureen Volk.
Holy Heart Theatre
55 Bonaventure Ave.
Award-winning country star Lorrie Morgan hits the stage Nov. 9. Doors open 7:30. Contact the box office for ticket information.
The Salvation Army Temple
Torbay Road, St. John’s
Cantus Vocum Chamber Choir presents “For the Fallen” Concert at Salvation Army Temple on Torbay Road Monday, Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. This annual event honours, in words and music, those whose sacrifice gave us peace and freedom. Tickets are $20/$15 and are available from the choir at email@example.com, from individual members or at the door.
Live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Beach Cottage
Fridays from 7-10 p.m. Glenn Simmons acoustic show.
The Fat Cat Cabaret every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. This two-hour show is a weekly series of comedy, music and other performances. Different lineup each week, hosted by Ruth Lawrence and friends.
The Martini Bar
Every Thursday Stixx and Stones starting at 10 p.m.
Nov. 8-9 MissConduct.
Nov. 15-16 Bump.
Nov. 22-23 Quidi Vidi Dirt Band.
Nov. 29-30 Kelly Ann Evans.
272 Water St.
Nov. 16 — Tom Terrell and Joe Walsh with folk songstress Katie Baggs and her band The Grand Scheme.
The Ship Pub
265 Duckworth St.
Folk Night at the Ship is every Wednesday at 9 p.m. The last Wednesday of the month is our Traditional Session night, where musicians are welcomed to join in an acoustic session hosted by an experienced player.
Nov. 13 — The second annual Tribute to Dr. Peter Narvaez.
Nov. 15 — Tom Terrell and Joe Walsh with manouche guitarist extraordinaire Duane Andrews.
Trapper John’s Museum and Pub
Nov. 8-9 — The Dark and Dirty’s.
Nov. 15-16 — The Tequilla Rockingbirds.
Tuesdays — NightCull featuring Janet Cull.
Wednesdays — The Dark N’ Dirty’s.
Thursdays — Steve Edwards.
Nov. 7-9. Scott Dumas with Paul Warford and Jason Card.
Nov. 14-16. Dave Curran
the X-rated Hypnotist.
Dance Studio West
NL Moves presents free workshop in movement and object manipulation Nov. 24 from 4-6 p.m. at Dance Studio West, 51 West St., Corner Brook. DanceNL is proud to present a free NL Moves workshop: juggling in dance with James Burke. This free workshop is produced by DanceNL, in association with Dance Studio West and the theatre department at Memorial University’s Grenfell Campus.
Arts and Culture Centre.
Practica: A practice session for tango dancers. Join Tango on the Edge for social Argentine tango dancing. Tango on the Edge Practica meets Sundays from 7-9 p.m.
Barbara Barrett Theatre
(former Basement Theatre)
Arts and Culture Centre
“Fool For Love” runs Nov. 7- 10 at 8 p.m. with a PWYC matinée at
2 p.m. Nov. 9. For tickets call the Arts and Culture Centre at 729-3900.
3 Victoria St.
Hard Ticket Theatre presents David Ive’s award-winning comedy “Venus In Fur” Nov. 6-9. For tickets call the hall: 753-4531, or book online at www.rca.nf.ca.
Running Nov. 13-16 at 8 p.m. with a matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, is “ August: Osage County,” by Tracy Letts.
The Princess Sheila NaGeira
Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Avalon Comunity Theatre presents Mumberley Inheritance. Doors open
7:30 p.m. Tickets: $16 general, $11 senior/student; ACT members $5 discount.
Butler Framing and Gallery
2 Moores Dr., Mount Pearl
Art works by Leona Ottenheimer, Odell Archibald and Ray Cox on display Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon, or on the web at www.butlerframing-gallery.com.
Christina Parker Gallery
50 Water St.
Nov. 8-30. Carol Bajen-Gahm Vestiges. Opening reception Friday,
Nov. 8 from 5:30-8 p.m.
Craft Council Gallery
Devon House Craft Centre
59 Duckworth St.
In our Main gallery “Comfort & Joy,” our annual holiday exhibition presents finely crafted objects from more than 40 craftspeople that evoke all the good things celebrated during this special time of the year. “Fire & Ice” in our Annex Gallery will feature jewellery as well as other hot and icy gift items — to cherish and spark memories — just in time for holiday gift giving. Comfort and Joy continues until Dec. 18 and
Fire and Ice continues until
Visit www.craftcouncil.nl.ca or call 753-2749 for more information.
Gerald Squires Gallery
52 Prescott St.
Regular hours Wednesday to Sunday from 12-5 p.m. Other times by appointment or by chance, by phone at 722-2207 or 746-4039 or www.squiresgallery.com.
The Leyton Gallery of Fine Art
Baird’s Cove off Water Street
The Leyton Gallery presents “One out of Nine” by Malin Enström, a photographic documentary of courageous Newfoundland women and their journeys through breast cancer. Continues until Nov. 10.
Also showing, two shows: Philippa Jones, Margaret Ryall and Louise Sutton’s “Landscape Illuminated” and Anita Singh’s “Sea Life.”
Peter Lewis Gallery
5 Church Hill
Group Exhibition — “Panorama” featuring artists Michael Kilburn, Julie Duff, Florence Pinhorn, Terri Leonard, Jeanette Jobson, Michael Greene, Raphaële Goineau and Susan Doyle. The show continues until Nov. 25. For more info visit www.peterlewisgallery.com or call the gallery at 722 -6009.
214 Duckworth St.
Open Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Info: 726-0936, www.pollyannagallery.com.
Red Ochre Gallery
96 Duckworth St.
“Chasing Shadows,” an exhibition if new works by David Baltzer, continues until Nov. 12.
Alexis Templeton Studio
75 Quidi Vidi Rd.
Christmas Craft Fair opens at noon Nov. 6, running 10 a.m.-9 pm. until Sunday, Nov. 10.
Ultramarine Fine Art Studio
100 Duckworth St.
Gallery and studio open Wednesday to Saturday from 1-5 p.m.
“Diptychs,” oil paintings by June Walker-Wilson, runs until Nov. 22
The Art Of Art
With host Laura Coultas
Rogers Cable Nine — Community Channel
Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
VOWR (AM 800)
Produced and hosted by
Barbara De Land
Broadcast Sundays 2 p.m., rebroadcast Wednesdays 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 10 and 13. The moving and informative result of Peter Templeton’s vision to memorialize the valour of the Newfoundland Regiment during the First World War — somewhere in the Pleasantville area where the regiment trained before shipping out to Europe — is located in a memorial park beside Quidi Vidi lake. Ed Roberts, a member of the group who helped that to happen, tells the story.
With host Angela Antle
Saturday and Sunday 6-9:30 a.m., CBC Radio One
The Performance Hour
With host Glen Tilley
Saturday 5:35 p.m. (5:05 p.m. in Labrador) CBC Radio One and
10:30 a.m. on CBC Radio Two
With host David Cochrane
Friday 3:30-4 p.m. (3 p.m. Labrador) on CBC Radio One
With host Tom Power
Saturday 6:30 p.m. on CBC Radio 2, Sunday, 4:35 on CBC Radio 1
Radio 2 programs also streaming online at cbc.ca/nl.
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