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Drummers perform at Asian heritage gala

The Korean Drum Players will perform at the Asian Heritage Month opening gala performance at the Rotary Centre for the Arts on May 1.

Heroes a play about 'Odd Triplets'

At the start of every year, the imaginary, but all- important, thinking caps are donned by theatre groups across the province, with one goal in mind: come up with the best of the best performance and ride the wave to Mainstage.

Rare piano to appear in Kelowna

The Fazioli piano is the creme-de-la-creme of pianos, and Louis Lortie is one of the world's top concert

Physical theatre, visual expression

An exploration of other cultures, work ethics, traditions and motions gave birth to an interesting and evocative play dubbed Karoshi.

All about a truck

UBC performance students are staging a rousing year-ender with a montage that pays homage to our eternal fascination with the automobile. Or in this case, the West's favourite steed of the highway, the venerable pickup truck.

Be the Boss television show takes on Kelowna touch

Thursday night's episode of Be the Boss Canada sees two employees go head-to-head for promotion at pet food company The Bone & Biscuit in Kelowna.

Symphony, guests were dynamic

The Okanagan Symphony continued its stellar season last Friday at Kelowna Community Theatre with guest artists Nadina Mackie Jackson, bassoonist, and Guy Few, trumpeter.

Father and son duo release new album

Special to eVent

Grammy winner performs at Pringle

It's truly divine how life aligns itself and opens up opportunities that allow me to write this column.A few weeks ago, I had a cozy evening on my own with a glass of chilled chardonnay and buttery popcorn, crawled under my heated duvet and watched a film about a boy who was orphaned from his birth parents but still had such a strong bond to find them through the power of music.

Playing the trumpet by default

Musicians are drawn to instruments for many different and often quite interesting reasons, which is why it doesn't come as a huge surprise one of Canada's most sought-after trumpet players picked his instrument due to problems with his appendages.

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