November 9, 2013

FREE Mixer and Charity Fashion Show l Natasha Gusta l John R. Izzard l Prairie Voices l FREE Camerata Nova's Santa Claus concert and Noël of the North l Romi Mayes, Jamie Buckboro, Rusty Matyas and Slow Leaves

After-Business Mixer and Charity Fashion Show
BOA Lounge, 177 Lombard Ave
November 15, 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm
No cover or tickets required.  Appetizers are being provided by BOA Lounge. 

Twillhound and Resource Assistance for Youth (RaY), are hosting a fashion show to support homeless youth in Winnipeg. This casual mixer is great opportunity to meet fellow members of the business community and experience some of Winnipeg's hottest new designers.  
Good times, good people, good opportunities, good style and most importantly, a good cause. 

All proceeds from the sale of special edition t-shirts designed by Twillhound will go towards RaY and homeless youth in Winnipeg.

The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street
NEW WORKS - Paintings & Sculpture by Natasha Gusta
Opening Reception: Nov. 15, 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm

Exhibit Runs November 15 to 28
Gusta's paintings and sculpture explore the dichotomy of our need to connect and our need for autonomy by exploring the relationships between form and colour, artist and canvas.

To desire a condition of aloneness is to wage a dualistic war with oneself. 
Relationships are never-ending stories of imperfect sorties...

November 15 - 26
cre8ery gallery & studio, 125 Adelaide Street, 2nd floor  (204) 944-0809
Opening Reception: Nov. 15, 7 pm until 11 pm (open to public - artist in attendance)

Dream Sifter, A Platform for Healing is an exhibition by Wolseley's John R. Izzard reflection of life experiences and influences. He believes there is an authentic dream, specific to each individual, and that the ideas behind our dreams often become forgotten.  Izzard will take you on a walk through a passionate and emotional search for understanding, personal identity and to infinite possibility. 

November 16 at 7:30 pm 
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church
Prairie Voices, one of Manitoba’s finest youth choirs, is preparing its annual Between Friends Concert, focused on sharing the beauty of music with others in the choral community. 

Guest choirs include the University of Manitoba Women’s Chorus, Sisler High School Choir, and the Riel Gentlemen’s Choir. 
Tickets at the door, from a chorister, or at McNally Robinson (Grant Park) 
$20 for Adults, $15 for Seniors, and $8 for students.  For further details.

- November 16, 2:30 to 3:30
Atrium of the Manitoba Hydro Building
Camerata Nova opens the season with a special performance for the Santa Claus Parade. Before you take the kids to the parade, enjoy a light holiday concert. 
The FREE performance includes holiday classics and a taste of the next concert.

- November 30, 8:00 pm and December 1, 3:00 pm
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church 
Admission is FREE!
Manitoba Hydro presents Noël of the North, featuring Christmas music from northern countries with New York harpist Grace Cloutier.  Conducted by Ross Brownlee and Michael McKay

New arrangements for harp and choir from Grace and the Etherea Vocal Ensemble of New York, baroque choral music with flute by Haley Rempel, sonorous early Slavic songs, Russian motets, and three new versions of The Little Drummer Boy, based on a traditional Czech carol, arranged by Sid Robinovitch, Michael McKay and Andrew Balfour. 

Audience members are invited to perform in our Spoon Choir. Spoon sets available.  
Please bring food for Winnipeg Harvest. 

Donations to Camerata Nova are welcomed.  Camerata Nova is a vocal group without fear, performing medieval, Renaissance, Aboriginal and contemporary music. Often singing a cappella, the group also enjoys accompaniment from didgeridoos, crystal bowls, strings, all kinds of percussion, and/or early instruments. 

The West End Cultural Centre presents
Now Introducing… 
Veteran Manitoba Musicians Present Their Favourite New Local Artists
November 16  Doors 7:15 pm | Show 8:00 pm

Romi Mayes performs and introduces the up-and-coming roots rocker Jamie Buckboro. 

Rusty Matyas (of Imaginary Cities) will entertain before introducing folk/Americana singer/songwriter Slow Leaves (AKA Grant Davidson).

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