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Redhouse Recording a cosy little studio

Tucked away in plain sight near a busy intersection in Rutland sits what just might be at the forefront of a revolution of sorts in the music business.

The man behind Ernie speaks up

We have an ongoing love affair with the furry monsters and fun musicians of Sesame Street - and they're coming to Kelowna.

Lavish concerts for music lovers

In an earlier column, I made a request for inspired classical vocalists to rehearse with the Okanagan Symphony choir for an on-stage performance with the orchestra. The time has now come for those chanteuses, and for us to hear The Messiah with a full-on cast of musicians and voice.

Iconic band Yes performs at Prospera in March

The Grammy-winning rock band Yes will perform at Prospera Place on March 21, with tickets going on sale Monday at 10 a.m.

Winnipeg Ballet's Romeo and Juliet comes to Kelowna

Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet brings a timeless tale of love, loyalty and fate to Kelowna with choreographer Rudi van Dantzig's classical ballet Romeo and Juliet.

The Messiah returns to Okanagan

One of the most revered and popular Christmas works, The Messiah, will light up the stage as the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra mounts the holiday classic.

Student wins writing contest

Mary Bevan, an Okanagan College Kelowna campus student, is the grand prize winner of the fourth annual three-hour Short Story Writing Contest.

Global poverty to be discussed

Every holiday season, the 1985 Band Aid fundraising song, Do They Know It's Christmas?, returns to the airwaves, despite years of criticism of the initiative as a simplistic representation of the Ethiopian famine and insensitivity of the song's lyrics.

A bitter, miserly man transformed on a magical night

Some things people never get tired of are smiles, hugs, laughter, friends and Christmas.

Plenty of inspiration at cafe get-togethers

People of like minds meet weekly around Kelowna in small coffee shops, lofty art atriums and other venues where they share songs, music and the written word in poems and stories.

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